DILFs: Dads I’d Like to Frock
by [J]ustin and [M]artin
Alright everyone! Top 4 let’s go. Wait no. Top 5…again. Here we go!!
Right off the bat we knew that Ru was going to bring someone back. None of the girls are happy.
We were expecting Kenya, and unsurprisingly, Ru opened the door to reveal a hypsersexualized 8 year old girl bouncing into the room. The last thing we needed was for Queefy to have her little friend back.
The girls had to decorate teddy bears and turn them into cuddly drag divas. Kenya won the mini challenge, trying to prove that her return was deserved (it wasn’t).
Keeping with Drag Race tradition, the last 5 girls had to makeover a group of non-drag queens. This season, the queens had to make over a pack of DILFs (Dads I’d Like To Frock). These straight fathers got a chance to walk in their wives’ stilettos in addition to doing it pregnant (yikes).
Sharon’s DILF proved to be a pain and got into some drama with Chad in the workroom. Luckily for Chad, she’s a fierce diva and her loving drag sister Sharon was having none of her DILF’s attitude.
On the runway, the girls and their DILFs had to performed a strip tease, bringing out the painfully awkward in the straight men.
When it’s time to hit the stage, baby bump and all, Latrice and her DILF look fierce, and no one was surprised. Unfortunately they didn’t really look like each other, and as we know from past seasons, Ru is all about family resemblance realness.
Sharon looked F-L-A-W-L-E-S-S and the whole crowd around us was gagging on her eye patch and overall look. Unfortunately for her, her walking steroid of a DILF was too manly and muscly for her look to translate on him.
Chad and her DILF were serving face for days, as well as pageant pregnancy looks that were kind of hilarious. It definitely wasn’t the best look, but it was entertaining and had Jesse Tyler Ferguson gagging.
Queefy won the challenge – Sharon and Chad were also safe, leaving Latrice to fight for a spot in the top 4 for the second time.
The crowd began to worry until the song title was revealed to be Aretha Franklin’s “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”. Bye Kenya.
Latrice didn’t move a foot, she just stood there and still whooped Kenya’s ass. Her performance was beautiful and full of emotion, while Kenya revived her crazy Beyonce impersonation on stage.
As if her spasms weren’t enough to send her home, Kenya ripped off her wig. The “oh girl, no…” look on Santino’s face was priceless.
Note to future contestants: DO NOT REMOVE YOUR DRAG. If there is any lesson to take away from this season, it’s that the splits are tired and you should NEVER remove everything that actually makes you a drag queen.
Crazy gyrating motions sent you home once Kenya, so no one was surprised when it sent you sashaying again.
We can’t help but wonder if the likes of Willam or the Princess could have lasted at least an extra round.
(Sidenote: how did no one think to bring up the letter she wrote?)
Once again,the queen chosen to return goes straight back home within the same episode. Hopefully next year if they do bring someone back, it’s a queen who’s got staying power and will put up a serious fight on her second chance.
Anyways, we’re back to these four again. Our guess? Phi Phi makes the top 3 for drama’s sake. It pains us to say that, though, because we know one of our three favorites will get sent packing in the process. But we could be wrong. Only way to know is to watch next week’s Drag Race, followed by the New Now Next Awards. Remember, Willam Belli is up for “Most Addictive Reality Star” and has vowed to tell us wtf she did if she wins the award.
So vote vote vote for that hooker like there’s no tomorrow!