America's Next Top Model contestant Jeana Turner faced elimination but was saved by an influential and famous designer, Philipp Plein, during Tuesday night's episode on VH1.

Jeana, a 24-year-old from Minneapolis, MN, delivered the least impressive performance during a photo shoot for Pantene because she had posed too sexy when it was a commercial campaign, according to America's Next Top Model judges Tyra Banks, supermodel Ashley Graham, Chief Creative Officer of Paper magazine Drew Elliott, and celebrity stylist Law Roach.

The aspiring models needed to appear relatable and approachable for the campaign; however, Philipp -- a fashion designer who served as a guest judge -- determined he really liked Jeana's look and photo because he believes the world revolves around sex. 

Since the Final 3 models would be afforded the chance to walk in a Philipp Plein fashion show for the next phase of competition, Philipp decided he wanted Jeana to walk the runway as well for his edgy and sexy clothing line.

As a result, the Final 4 still remains -- Jeana; Khrystyana Kazakova, a 32-year-old from New York, NY; Shanice Carroll, a 25-year-old from Murfreesboro, TN; and Kyla Coleman, a 20-year-old from Lacey, WA.

"I honestly cannot deal. She's like a bug, like she can't be killed," Shanice told the cameras of Jeana, who was previously eliminated from the competition but won her way back into the running to become "America's Next Top Model" last week.

The episode began with a challenge for Pantene in which each girl was instructed to play creative consultant and come up with their own props, hair and makeup for the photo shoot.

Each girl was given one hair product to create a campaign for and model. And once the contestants completed their 10-minute window to be photographed, they each got to select a photos to present to the brand executives.

The models were told to represent strength and beauty.

Although Jeana has been rocking a bald head for most of the season, she was able to pick a wig to wear, and she chose blonde locks with a lot of volume that resembled Khrystyana's hair. Khrystyana was annoyed Jeana was trying to steal her look, but Jeana insisted her campaign had nothing to do with the other girls.

In the end, Khrystyana won the challenge. For her prize, Khrystyana was able to pick a friend for a treat, and she chose Kyla. Later that night, the girls received a special visit at the house from their mothers.

It then became time for the week's photo shoot, which was also a campaign for Pantene.

The girls had to create a high-end editorial for Pantene, but this was a serious job, as the winner of America's Next Top Model will have her photo featured in an actual campaign for the brand.
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Drew explained the goal was to capture a commercial element and really shine.

Once panel commenced, Khrystyana, Jeana, Shanice and Kyla learned the Final 3 contestants would be walking in a Philipp Plein fashion show and the designer himself would help determine those lucky finalists.

The panel thought Kyla "absolutely nailed" the Pantene campaign with her innocent and angelic pose, and so Tyra gave her best photo.

Meanwhile, the judges really disliked how sexy Jeana appeared in her picture, but Philipp really liked it. 

Shanice and Jeana were both on the chopping block. Tyra told Shanice her film was "questionable" while the judges worried Jeana "can't follow instruction when it's needed for a client."

However, the judges saved Shanice, and then Philipp chose to save Jeana because she's a good fit for his clothing line. 

During next week's episode of America's Next Top Model, the Final 4 girls will not be guaranteed a spot in Philipp's fashion show. Tyra informed them that Philipp and his team will assess their potential to walk down the runway before the actual show and they must be "on their A-game" at all times.
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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.