The third woman, Dee, mentioned she was married and had a child, but had a girlfriend as well. Dee went on to say she was from England but now lived in Connecticut before commenting that her "ideal relationship" would include her, her husband and another woman. However, while Dee was talking, Bintell began laughing and explained it was because of Dee's hair.
Here are the questions Dee was given, along with her answers:
• If you could make your skin lighter or darker, which would you pick? Dee said she wouldn't change anything about herself, but, if she had to choose, she'd go with "darker."
• What's the worst thing you've ever been called? Dee insisted she'd never been called a derogatory name, but added that, even if she had, she wouldn't have taken the remark "to heart."
• What are the first two contestants' worst features? Dee said she didn't judge people on their physical attributes, so she didn't have an answer.
• What's something white people don't understand about black people? Dee didn't have a reply.
• What's something you hate about white people? Dee said "nothing" because she didn't dislike anyone.
• Have you ever been with two men at once? Dee said she hadn't, although she again brought up that she has been with a man and another woman at the same time on several occasions.
• Using your "ghetto accent," why do you want to be Miss Black Howard Stern? Dee had difficulty "sounding black," so she didn't have an answer.
Dee went on to demonstrate her talent, which was tying a cherry stem into a knot with her tongue. Following that, King scored Dee a 2, Bintell a 7.5, Robin a 6, Artie, who said he didn't think Miss Black Howard Stern should "sound like Heather Mills," a 6.5, Gary a 9 and Fred a 7.