This week, the girls cut a mug and showed us that they have all the right moves in an episode all about the art of dance.
During the Disco-themed mini challenge, Ru proved that he’s still the Dancing Queen,while the girls had to werq to “Jealous of My Boogie (Ruru & Rozy Disco Mix)”, with Jinkx and Coco winning the dance off and the spots of team captains. Take a seat, Beyonce.
Ru challenged the queens to channel their inner Natalie Portwomen and put on a ballet production of RuPaul’s life, “No Rupologies,” calling each of them to portray characters in Mother Drag’s legendary life.
For the 2nd week in a row, Vivienne was put on a team with Roxxxy, and for the first time let us know how much she could not stand her. Vivienne, no one cares that you don’t like Roxxxy because she wants all eyes on her…If you don’t want all eyes on you, you are not America’s Next Drag Superstar, you are just another basic bitch, and you need to go home.
The standout queens for us this week were Alaska and Alyssa – Alaska killed the role of Ru’s mother by serving the most dramatic face we’ve seen in a drag minute (appx.= 1 mortal hour).
While Alyssa used her dancer background to her advantage and slayed the runway with her version of evil Ru.
The queens performed their ballet for two big dance show alums – “So You Think You Can Dance’s” Travis Wall and “Dancing With The Stars’s” Chaz Bono.
Not that we needed to be reminded.
The Beautiful Swans
Jinkx served us The Fame era Gaga and we were gagging on her steampunk power romp. The judges didn’t eat it up but um…what do they know?
The Ugly Ducklings
Now we know that Honey clearly doesn’t care about her look…like…at all…but the bedsheets have gotten tired. We’ve been saying this for weeks, and tonight was no different, Honey is boring and one of the few remaining queens that can’t contend.
Vivienne Pinay was basic at best on the runway, it was simple, plain, and didn’t show us any talent, not to mention she bored us in the ballet. As fishy as she is, she is not giving us the over the top fashion or larger than life personality that a good drag queen can turn out in her sleep. Also, Vivienne, you’re gorgeous but you are not THE fishiest or most beautiful. Her name is Tatianna, THINK YOU.
Hear us out. Yes, she is outstanding from an aesthetic standpoint, but we’re afraid she has a bit of the Latrice Royale gown fever. It’s just a lot of the same every week. Worst of all, though, is that her personality is “meh” at best, language barrier or not.
Now, our favorite question of every season! The girls were asked to say who they’d like to send home and why. While mostly everyone said Vivienne and Honey (and let’s be rihannest, those two are the two remaining that don’t have a chance), Alyssa threw Jade under the bus, and she wasn’t even on stage to defend herself. That did not impress us.
In the end, it fell to Honey and Vivienne (shocking…) to LSFYL to the legendary “Oops!…I Did It Again” and within seconds we could tell neither of them had the drive to pull out all the stops. We were like…
Yas it’s a Britney song!
How they managed to F this song up, we don’t know…but ladies, here’s a lesson on how to do it right:
The entire crowd at Boxers NYC was shouting to send them both home, and low and behold, Ru made herstory yet again by asking both of them to sashay away!!!!!
So queens, beware. Desecrate the legacy of the Godney and you will incur the wrath of the drag godesses.
Next week, the Snatch Game! Who do you think will go home next?