America's Next Top Model Cycle 7 Episode 10

The girls met with acting coach Tasha Smith at the Los Angeles Repertory Company for acting lessons, and all took turns performing exercises to learn how to break down their physical boundaries.

Each girl then shot their own silent film, acting out the direction given to them. After an emotional day, CariDee was chosen as the winner, earning her a guest spot on The CW’s "One Tree Hill." The girls then viewed CariDee’s winning silent film, and Tyra surprised them with a trip to Barcelona, Spain.

Once the girls landed in Barcelona, they were happily surprised when their driver made several stops along the way to pick up male models who would be part of their next challenge. Together, they went to dinner at a traditional Spanish restaurant, where they learned they would shoot a commercial the next day in the Catalan language. Tensions rose between Jaeda and her male model Nacho after he told her he did not like black women.

The following day the girls shot a Secret deodorant commercial, where they had to kiss their male model at the end. Most of the girls struggled with their lines and the pressure to perform in another language.

Melrose was praised by the judges as giving the best performance - much to the dislike of Eugena, and Michelle was criticized for her terrible kiss. However, CariDee, who had previously been favored by the judges gave one of the worst commercials, landing her in the bottom two with Jaeda.

The judges deemed Jaeda as the weakest girl, overall as well as with her commercial, and despite giving her several chances, Jaeda gave them no reasons to continue keeping her in the competition, eliminating her.

First call-out: Melrose Bickerstaff
Bottom two: CariDee English & Jaeda Young
Eliminated: Jaeda Young
Featured commercial director: Denis Rovira
Special guests: Tasha Smith, Lee Norris, David Jackman
CoverGirl of the Week: CariDee English

Title: The Girl Who Breaks Down

I want you to run to the window. Run to the window. Desperately, desperately, oh my god a lemon, yay! There's a knock at the door. Sad, stay sad. Drink that prune juice like it's the best tasting prune juice in the world.”

— Tasha Smith