But just because one model left voluntarily doesn't mean there wasn't need for an involuntary elimination.
It's Week 4 of "America's next Top Model," and the meltdowns have already begun.
This week's challenge was an acting challenge. The ladies were given lines to memorize and a sizzling male co-star -- Kevin Phillips -- to seduce. Even though English is not her first language, Khrystyana ended up slaying the screen test and winning a speaking role in one of director Anthony Hemingway's upcoming projects.
Last episode, Liz went after Brendi K. and her "crazy ass family." This week, she broke down after Anthony told her her acting skills were "too much." In another breakdown, Liz said she didn't want America's next top model "to be any of these sociopaths." She lost it a third time and left the house in the middle of the night because the girls downstairs were being too loud.
The next day before panel, Tyra Banks ended up going into Liz's dressing room to chat.
"Every day I go on set is like the greatest day of my life," Liz said. "It has nothing to do with the competition; it's honestly just cohabitating with some of these people. It's just been really unpleasant. Last night, I was just so emotionally raw. I was really upset. I kinda lost it, and I had enough. This house has been getting really toxic for me to thrive as a person. The best thing that I can do for myself is to walk away."
"I want you to be healthy and happy," Mama Tyra replied. "Modeling and all this is nice to have, but health and well-being is way more important. Just know that I love you and think you're so beautiful."
But before Liz's dramatic exit, the models were challenged with an "American Horror Story" style shoot, styled by fashion activist and costume designer B. Akerlund. Their inspiration: Lady Gaga.
Unfortunately for Rhiyan, elimination still took place, and she was sent home.
"America's Next Top Model" airs Tuesdays at 5 p.m. on VH1.