Top 4 Revealed Ahead of Big Twist on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’
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This week, the remaining five RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars queens were challenged to create a magical character inspired by Drag Tots. It’s a show about drag queen toddlers played by some of the most popular RuPaul’s Drag Race stars. The Top 4 has finally been revealed but a new twist is about to change everything.
The second Season of Drag Tots premieres on WOW Presents Plus tomorrow. This entire challenge is an obvious plug for the show. We wouldn’t expect any less from Mama Ru, queen of the phrase “available now on iTunes.”
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ Challenges the Queens to Create Their Own ‘Drag Tots‘ Characters
Before the maxi challenge, the queens couldn’t help but point out how much Ginger Minj has been dominating the competition. Ginger won last week’s challenge and the lip-sync that sent Pandora Boxx home. Her claim to the crown is pretty strong.
“Ginger Minj is the lip-sync assassin of All Stars 6,” Trinity K. Bonet said with confidence.
RuPaul also made the queens partake in a mini challenge this week where they chose superlatives for each other. What we learned from this challenge is some very essential information like the fact that the queens think Eureka O’Hara is gassy and messy. Meanwhile, Eureka still hasn’t won a challenge.
Ra’Jah O’Hara’s character in the maxi challenge was initially named Queen See Me. This led RuPaul to hysterically laugh because it sounds like…something else. Get your mind out of the gutter, Ru! Ra’Jah thought she was in trouble this week because she was having a lot of doubts. Kylie Sonique Love was also riding the struggle bus as she rushed to finish her garment.
Charli XCX joined the judging panel this week and we wanted to see more of her. Michelle Visage loved that Trinity performed everything without overdoing it. Charli said she would wear Trinity’s cat outfit on stage. The judges felt Ginger was never boring and never one note. RuPaul praised Ra’Jah for changing the name of her character. She said Ra’Jah’s look was that of a “superstar.”
The judges loved Eureka’s silhouette and fabric choice for their runway look. Their body movements were not over the top enough for Michelle. Charli loved Kylie’s witch look so much. Michelle also felt like Kylie could have did more dramatic movements with her character.
RuPaul Teases Next Week’s Big Twist
Ra’Jah was chosen as the top all star of the week. This time on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, queens not in the top are all in the bottom. The lip-sync assassin this week was the bodybuilder Barbie herself, Kameron Michaels. It would be a crime if Kameron and Ra’Jah didn’t perform one of Charli’s songs. “Boom Clap” maybe wasn’t the best choice though. It’s just not really danceable.
The lip-sync was very anti-climactic overall. It was OK, but not the best we’ve ever seen on the stage. The movements were a little boring and awkward. If you’re going to bring Kameron on the show, it’s got to be to lip-sync to a club song so she can do her iconic front split. Kameron was eventually declared the winner after doing what she could with the song.
Eureka was eliminated from RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. This was a pretty shady way for them to go out considering Kameron is one of their best friends. Like the rest of the past episodes, Eureka was told backstage that their journey on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars isn’t over.
“Don’t leave. It’s not over yet,” RuPaul told them in the Werk Room. “Prepare for the lip-sync of your life, and report to the main stage. I’m waiting.”
RuPaul’s statement at the end of the episode pretty much confirms that a lip-sync battle is on the horizon. Next week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will likely put the eliminated queens against the queens still in the competition in a series of lip-syncs. The eliminated queens will probably have the chance to return to the competition if they win. The losers could potentially get the boot.
Do you think the RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars twist is a lip-sync battle?