FHM cover girl Myrtle Sarrosa wowed the audience and the judges of Your Face Sounds Familiar with her impersonation of the Philippines' Queen of Splits, Mystica.
Valenciano notes the significant improvement from Myrtle's past five performances, saying "Ang layo. Ang layo talaga!" Teacher Annie shared a similar sentiment: "I saw a totally different person. Sa past performances mo, may nakikita pa akong konting Myrtle. This one, I did not see a single (ounce of Myrtle) there!" Even her co-impersonator on the show, Denise Laurel, had to chime in on Myrtle's successful performance: "She's really the hardest worker out of all of us. She's never cried except for now!"
The biggest validation though was the fact that Sarrosa went on to win that night's competition. Prior to the victory, Myrtle's highest finish was fifth place, which she earned after her Jessa Zaragoza impersonation in the show's second episode. That should explain Myrtle's non-stop shedding of tears after the performance—aside from the fact that she had to practice painful splits every day to prepare for the show.