Elle Macpherson wants the girls to beat their own insecurities, so challenges them to be "honest, open and true" during a trip to a school assembly. The models are asked to be inspiring and relatable ton the school kids.
Offered advice by Radio 1's Aled Jones, the DJ tells the girls that the children will be their "hardest audience".
"I know how tough it is to deal with some of these issues, and I know some of the hardest audiences are children. But they're great, and you look amazing, and you're going to feel so much better after today, I guarantee it," says Jones.
The girls go out in front of the children with insecurities written on their T-shirts including 'Confidence', 'Short Fuse', 'Misunderstood' and 'Nose'.
Meanwhile, Tyson Beckford is in charge of their latest shoot at the Oriental Club, where they only have five minutes to get their best shot in a Dude shoot. The girls are asked to have strong masculine poses, while retaining their sexiness.
"The pressure's on ladies, this separates the girls from the models. Don't overthink it," says Beckford.
As more of the girls find their 5 minutes are up, they tell the waiting models of their difficulty with the brief. While some of the models inspire the photographer with their sexy and strong masculine poses, others are told that they look like "a rabbit caught in headlights." But one of the girls receives extremely high praise, as the photographer comments: "Get her an agent, she'd be working next week."
Elsewhere, Roxanne O'Connor and Madeleine Taga bicker following last week's Picture of the Week result.
Blasting her rival, Roxy says: "She's not stupid, she knows what she's saying. Oh, she gets on my nerves, I can't stand her."
Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model airs tonight at 9pm on Sky Living.