Anyone else think Louise Watts had a point? Maybe she was even right to stand up to Kelly Cutrone and walk out during her runway critique on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 3: "Cat Deeley" — lest the Brit get so mad she started throwing punches right there?

Yeah, Louise is a melodrama queen and she made a huge fuss last week over her makeover, but who wouldn’t get annoyed with Kelly’s rudeness and “Super Smize” Tyra Bank’s condescending ar-tic-u-la-tion about a publicist having higher “rank” than a model? Maybe Louise’s real "Intoxibella” super power is “Anti-Butt-Kissing-Ica.” It’s a shame, since the judges loved her photo — they just failed to mention it while she was still in the room. Think it would’ve mattered or would she have quit anyway?

In lieu of a traditional recap, we’ll be ranking the girls (and judges — we see you, too!) based on their charisma, uniqueness, leadership abilities, attitude and all-around fascination level. Check out our ANTM Power Play below, starting with our Top Model loser.

Ranking: 16, Candace (US)
Rank on show: Bottom four
Intoxibella name: Exotica
Candace is on borrowed time. Based on the judges’ critique, she probably would’ve gone home this week if Louise hadn’t already quit. (Question: How did Tyra end up with the bottom four girls’ photos on one sheet? Did they pause to create that pic after Louise walked out? There must’ve been quite a time lapse during judging.) Kelly said it was a struggle with Candace on the Very.com “love and luxury” shoot and she was “so disappointed” in Candace’s “sad” picture, which the clients did not want representing their brand. As we predicted last week, Candace got the "you are stunning" speech that usually works as a prelude to “but it takes more than a pretty face to be a Top Model.” Nigel Barker said Candace’s pose was "really kind of cheesy." Annaliese said Candace has a brilliant face but it's the same face in every shot. "It's that stern Naomi Campbell ‘I'm about to throw a phone at you’ face." True. On top of that, the two teams — US vs. UK — had to do all the work for the photo shoot and Candace was part of the team that had to cast the male models. Sophie said Candace was like a drill sergeant and "so rude," making the men line up and telling them what to do. Sophie said she goes up to six castings a day in London and knows how people should be treated. Candace knew she had a bad photo but she was hoping her personality would save her. What personality? They must be hiding the best of it ‘cause other than her haggis joke against Seymone last week, she hasn’t shown much personality at all.

Ranking: 15, Kelly Cutrone
Rank on the show: New judge (un-ranked)
Kelly was probably cast as a judge specifically for the kind of drama she brought to this episode. She does have a jarringly blunt way of talking down to people and we’ve been waiting for it to emerge. She gave the models their challenge this week and stood over their shoulders to scare the crap out of them as it played out. AzMarie appreciated Kelly’s direction, but Az was already going in the right direction and didn’t need as much guidance as, say, Annaliese, who was just a deer in the headlights the second Kelly snapped at her. A gentle touch — more like Jay Manuel’s approach — would probably go a lot further and help strong models like Louise stay in the competition instead of walking out in tears. As they say, you catch more flies with honey. Although if everyone got along on reality TV no one would watch. Still, Kelly and Abby Lee Miller of Dance Moms should probably just be put in a cage to fight it out. The world can’t handle two such acerbic TV personalities. 

Credit: Chris Frawley/The CW ©2012 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved Photo: Candace on America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 3

Ranking: 15, Kelly Cutrone
Rank on the show: New judge (un-ranked)
Kelly was probably cast as a judge specifically for the kind of drama she brought to this episode. She does have a jarringly blunt way of talking down to people and we’ve been waiting for it to emerge. She gave the models their challenge this week and stood over their shoulders to scare the crap out of them as it played out. AzMarie appreciated Kelly’s direction, but Az was already going in the right direction and didn’t need as much guidance as, say, Annaliese, who was just a deer in the headlights the second Kelly snapped at her. A gentle touch — more like Jay Manuel’s approach — would probably go a lot further and help strong models like Louise stay in the competition instead of walking out in tears. As they say, you catch more flies with honey. Although if everyone got along on reality TV no one would watch. Still, Kelly and Abby Lee Miller of Dance Moms should probably just be put in a cage to fight it out. The world can’t handle two such acerbic TV personalities.

Ranking: 14, Tyra Banks
Rank on the show: Host/creator/diva (un-ranked)
Another plug for Modelland! More odd branding terms! Oh, Tyra. Did you learn nothing from the All-Stars season? She locked the All-Stars into branding terms and she did the same with the Cycle 18 ladies. In Modelland, Tyra said supermodels with superpowers were called "Intoxibellas.” She gave the Brit and American models capes (sigh, she really did) and odd new Intoxibella names that basically boxed them into a theme. But she also talked to them about how they should aim to be super moguls. She used her own Harvard Business School education to coach them about marketing, leadership, strategy, competition, global markets, accounting and finance. Sophie said it all made sense to her because she, too, wants to do more than modeling. All good advice but on the judging panel she seemed to give more credence to the industry pecking order than a talent-based merit system. When Louise reacted to the judgement that her photo looked mean, Tyra said "you just have a problem with authority." She said Louise is a model and Kelly is a publicist. "Do you understand? There is a rank. I'm giving you a very tough lesson in how to get your career to the next level." It came off as patronizing instead of helpful. Cat Deeley had a softer approach but by the time she spoke up Louise had had enough. Maybe Tyra’s own attitude should’ve shown more gratitude for having such a powerful model on her show.

Ranking: 13, Cat Deeley
Rank on the show: Guest judge (un-ranked)
Cat is always awesome, but she was under-utilized this episode. She wasn’t part of the challenge and only had a few things to say during judging. She loved everything about Laura’s punk photo, including the shadow of her leg. She also seems to be with us on Team Sophie, saying "She embodies to me everything about London." Cat loved Kyle’s “Bambi eyes” in her shot and thought Seymone’s photo was “too mature.” She tried to tell Louise she was getting a good lesson, but it wasn’t enough to stop her from walking out.

Ranking: 12, Eboni (US)
Rank on show: Bottom four
Intoxibella name: 30-Never
Eboni got one of the worst super power names when Tyra declared her “30-Never.” Why, because she sometimes wears pigtails? It locked her into a baby face zone and, when she tried to make her punk shot look mature, it didn’t work. “This is a sad picture,” Kelly said, adding that Eboni looked like the princess from last night’s party. As Tyra put it, "She looks like a baby trying to be sexy." Nigel Barker said she was too sexy in the wrong way. There was nothing good about her photo and on any other week she probably would’ve been in the bottom two. But there was no bottom two this time.

Credit: Jerry Metellus/Pottle Productions Inc ©2012 Pottle Productions Inc. All Rights Reserved Photo: Catherine Thomas' Photoshoot Photo on America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 3

Ranking: 11, Seymone (US)
Ranking on show: Safe
Intoxibella name: Fiercely Real (F.R.)
Nigel actually thought her photo was “gorgeous” and Tyra liked that her face looked like a baby but her body was “bam, bam, bam.” Kelly said Seymone is holding her own but also holding it all in. Seymone isn’t impressing us at this point, on camera and especially off. She seems to have zero sense of humor and she admits she has a temper problem. When the judges like her, she’s fine. But when she has an off day, everyone feels it. She got into a fight with the British girls after they decided to prank the Americans by going into their room in the middle of the night to throw bits of paper at them. It was just a silly joke but, as with the haggis incident last week, Seymone got seriously angry. "Stop! I'm not like every other female in this house. I don't do that s**t!" What? Have fun? She was trying to sleep, she said. She told Alisha she is 25 and she should act like it. Alisha countered that she's 20, but either way — if you're 25 are you then officially too old to enjoy a prank? And having Seymone’s super power name be “Fiercely Real” makes it seem like the only thing she has going for her is her status as a plus-size model.

Ranking: 10, Kyle (US)
Rank on show: Safe
Intoxibella name: Next-Doorsia
The judges are drinking the Kyle Kool-Aid, and her Bambi eyes were pretty striking in the photo they chose, but we’re not really seeing it yet. And it sounds like Kelly had to coach Kyle into the proper punk zone, telling her,"You're not on drugs. This is a fashion shoot; let's not look dead." Nigel loved Kyle’s expression in the photo and said it looked high fashion. Tyra liked that she was in control of her jump and didn’t have a weird jump face. Kelly said she loves looking at Kyle’s photos but Nigel noted they need to see that vibrancy in person to get the full package. Kyle seems to fade away off camera … and her new bang-a-licious makeover isn’t helping her stand out on camera either.

Ranking: 9, Annaliese Dayes (UK)
Rank on show: Safe
Intoxibella name: Excite-To-Buy
This one hurts, since Annaliese was one of our favorites right from the first episode. But she’s not living up to her personality’s potential. She’s almost the opposite of Kyle — Kyle has some decent photos but no discernible spark of personality in person. Annaliese has a great personality but she’s timid and insecure on camera and has yet to produce a great pic. This week’s shot is possibly her best, but the girl in the photos still doesn’t match the girl in person. And this week was definitely Annaliese’s worst overall because her U.K. team picked her to be the leader — thinking she’d have great leadership skills — and she totally fell apart. She ran around like a chicken with her head cut off without getting much done. Her team couldn’t reach her by phone. She gave them no direction. She cowered when Kelly said “This [pointing to herself] is a fierce leader. This [points to Annaliese] is a confused leader. Good luck.” One of the things that frustrated Louise was how she felt like she had to be a de facto team leader in Annaliese’s place and instead of getting credit for stepping in, she was snapped at by Kelly for rushing around on the set. Annaliese was given the super power name “Excite-To-Buy” but no one was buying it this week. At least she knew she wasn’t a good leader and supported the great team behind her. She is still pretty awesome.

Ranking: 8, The Sexy Nigel Barker
Rank on show: Judge and noted fashion photographer (un-ranked)
Nigel gave a particularly sexy little smolder to the modeltestants when his name was announced on the panel. Points for that. Otherwise, he was just classic Nigel doing his thing.

Credit: Jerry Metellus/Pottle Productions Inc ©2012 Pottle Productions Inc. All Rights Reserved Photo: Louise Watts' Photoshoot Photo on America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 3

Ranking: 7, Alisha (UK)
Rank on the show: Bottom four
Intoxibella name: Gam-A-Tronica
Alisha started the episode by getting into a fight with Seymone, who was not into the idea of being pranked. Totally on Alisha’s side on that one, but it illustrated the amount of passion Alisha shows behind the scenes that she can’t always bring to her photos. There’s a lot of that going around this cycle. Alisha’s super model name related to her gorgeous legs but she hid them in the photo shoot. Her pic was considered one of the worst of the week. The way her photo was cut off didn’t show off her legs or the coat she was supposed to be selling. Tyra said the coat was wearing her instead of vice versa. Alisha cried (again) at panel and said she could do better. Weirdly enough, even with all of her photo’s flaws, she still spent most of the episode criticizing others. She thought the US girls looked confused and not punk. She wanted to slap Annaliese into shape and wished she had been named the team leader. (So why didn’t she volunteer? Annaliese didn’t want the gig.)

Ranking: 6, Ashley Brown (UK)
Rank on show: Bottom four
Intoxibella name: Charismia
Ashley’s pic was also one of the worst of the week, but her super power name says it all — she has charisma. Scottish girl was our favorite on the premiere and she’s still a cutie even if she’s hit or miss with photos. Nigel said her shot looked too posed and he was too aware of the camera. Kelly said the team didn’t pick her best shot. The photo fell flat and for some reason they decided she also looked like she was 40. But Tyra said her skin looked like Anne Hathaway, so that’s a plus.

Ranking: 5, Catherine (UK)
Rank on show: Safe
Intoxibella name: Era-Descent
Telling you, this girl is the quiet dark horse of Cycle 18. She may not have the most engaging personality, but she has a memorable look and she is one of the only models who has taken consistently good photos this season. She was given a super power name of Era-Descent for being able to translate any time period. (Remember her Queen Elizabeth shot on the premiere?) Nigel called Catherine a chameleon, even though that was basically Louise’s super power name. Her eyes in the shot reminded Tyra of Princess Di, which probably upset Ashley who was supposed to portray Princess Diana on the premiere. Tellingly, everyone on the judging panel wanted to buy the dress Catherine was wearing. She did her job.

Ranking: 4, Louise Watts (UK)
Rank on show: Quit! Walked out in a major huff!
Intoxibella name: Chameeleone
Good for Louise for standing up for herself, although it would’ve been great if she could do the usual ANTM thing — have a major meltdown then pull yourself together at panel where the judges tell you your photo was actually great. Because her photo was pretty darn great. The problems started on the photo set when Louise was rushing around before her own shot. Kelly told her, "You don't have to run when you're on the set. Just watch your energy. You don't have to run. Just walk." Louise replied, "I think my energy's fine." Kelly told her to stay calm and composed. Louise took it well at the time but Kelly said Louise had one of the worst attitudes she’d ever seen for someone in the middle of a competition. The real problem was probably that Louise and Kelly have the same personality style and Kelly was expecting deference. Jay said Louise was clearly upset but that anger and adrenaline forced her into a place where she just showed everyone in her photo. Louise wasn’t even thinking about it and she looked like "a freaking supermodel” in her shot.

At panel, Nigel said Louise looked tough and "mean." Louise said "Mean? Brrr. I can't win." Kelly said, "I think you need to put some gratitude in your attitude, girl." Nigel said Louise shakes her head a lot and disagrees a lot, which can be good, but she was being critiqued and should take it in with charm. Kelly said Louise was "condescending and rude" to her and Louise broke in to say "No, you were rude to me." Kelly said, "I'm done talking to you now." Tyra said, "You just have a problem with authority." Louise replied, "I don't do well with rude people."

Louise eventually got upset and cried and walked out, brushing past her fellow Brits with "NO, get out of my way." Outside, Louise had a total meltdown, going on about how she wanted to go home and she felt like she was losing herself and just losing it in general. "And that f**king Kelly Cutrone, I swear to God if she was on the street I'd knock her out." Back at panel, Tyra said Louise had decided to leave the competition, adding, "On America's Next Top Model, we like to think that our criticism is constructive, although very tough. But it's not for everyone." Like people with self-respect?

Credit: Jerry Metellus/Pottle Productions Inc ©2012 Pottle Productions Inc. All Rights Reserved Photo: AzMarie's Photoshoot Photo on America's Next Top Model Cycle 18, Episode 3

Ranking: 3, Laura (US)
Rank on show: Safe
Intoxibella name: Zagilicious
Laura is still on a roll, thanks to her game-changing makeover last week. Her look was perfect for the punk photo theme and she owned it. Nigel said there was attitude and fire and it was a classic shot, but he would've liked to see more of her face. Cat adored the pic. Kelly said it was on point for the client — it’s cool, it's English, it's punk, it's rock n roll. It was a “super powerful shot” and Kelly added that Laura was great to work with. (Take that, Louise!)  

Ranking: 2, Sophie Sumner (UK)
Rank on show: Called second
Intoxibella name: Illuminata
Still love Sophie. Still the fave. Tyra gave her the super model name Illuminata because her energy lights up a room. The UK’s photo shoot concept was about the ‘60s and Sophie was definitely the best of the Brits. Nigel said she had a cool shot and, because she stood at an angle, it looked like she was going to fall over. Cat thought it was a brave move. Tyra called it fun and quirky but still showed a model. Her shot reminded all of them of Twiggy. Kelly said Sophie really embodied the vibe of the brand and that's what she's looking for as a publicist. Cat said "She embodies to me everything about London." At this point it would be a surprise to not see Sophie in the finale. Hard to say who else would be there — maybe Laura, Catherine or AzMarie?

Ranking: 1, AzMarie (US)
Rank on the show: Called first
Intoxibella name: Andro-Genia
Nigel put it really well: "I think it's striking, I think it's stunning and I think it's about time." Yes. He was talking about her photo but it was really her whole episode. Az has been built up for the past two weeks and she finally proved she’s more than just hype. She was named the US team leader and, unlike Annaliese, it was a good choice. Az was a strong leader, reminding the models about their super power brands, going over everything with the team so they knew what to do, respectfully taking direction from Kelly and still having time and energy to take the strongest photo of the week. Kelly said Az’s leadership gave her team the edge. Tyra said of her pic, "This is Andro-Genia to the max. You did it." Nigel said her photo was genius, selling the jacket without her even wearing it. Tyra said she looked like a matador. Az was just firing on all cylinders. Now the question is, was this a one-time thing or can she keep up the momentum?

Catch the next episode of ANTM Cycle 18 on Wednesday, March 21 at 9 pm ET/PT on The CW.

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