Jonathan sports a strategically placed scarf while getting some last minute makeup.
Is Sandhurst channeling Michael Jackson with those black leather gloves?
Before Branden strips down, he gets a pep talk from mentor Tyson.
Sandhurst rocks some memorable flare on his face - three neon pink stripes.
Are Mountaha and Salome getting runway ready, or on their way out to an 80's themed party? Either way, these girls wear neon colors well.
Salome does her best to blend in with the butterflies with bright green eye makeup.
Backstage, Mountaha, Salome, and Jordan catch some much needed shuteye (or were they temporarily blinded by this week's daring color scheme?)
Branden's feeling a little homesick, and he has the blue worry lines to match!
How do the models maintain their focus? Amanda keeps her calm with some quiet introspective time, while Salome reflects on the day's elimination challenge in her journal.
Mountaha brings a whole new meaning to "evil eye." She has a friendly chat with Jordan, but these two keep their game faces on at all times.
Catherine Malandrino reviews her notes on the model's runway looks.
Jordan worked well with the butterflies, but the judges feared that she's floating through the competition without stepping up her game.
Mountaha brought her A-game to the catwalk this week, but her steller performance wasn't enough to beat her toughest competitor, Sandhurst.
Branden looks a little lost in his butterfly bubble, and in this competition. The judges warned that if Branden couldn't find confidence, he'd be kicked off the catwalk.
Jonathan wasn't phased by flapping wings, and as a result he flew past the competition to secure a spot in the top three.
Salome was left standing after elimination this week, but her catwalk didn't stand out.
Amanda was the one model who couldn't spread her wings and fly. After elimination, she was gone in a neon flash.
Sandhurst soared above the competition and secured the win this week.