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Once again Logo and RuPaul’s Drag Race hears our prayers by giving us more from episode 8 with an extended scene Drag Queens of Comedy. As usual the show generally gives us the best of each contestant. A lot of what was cut out in last night’s show was the dirtier stuff from Darienne Lake that didn’t seem to go over well. We also missed even more digs at Michelle Visage and Santino Rice in Bianca Del Rio’s standup. Surprisingly it looks like we saw most of BenDeLaCreme’s and Laganja’s performance last night. So if you’re bad, we get to … Continue reading
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 episode 8 begins with the queens still reeling from the non-elimination from 2 minutes ago. Joslyn has become disillusioned with Courtney Act because of how mean an condescending she’s being. BenDeLaCreme is relieved to still be around and other queens are happy she’s there. Some of their comments may be seen as being shady to Darienne, but it seems to not be so much about that. Darienne appears to be taking it that way, though. Bianca’s annoyed by the clucking Laganja who hasn’t funneled her high energy into much productive lately. Thankfully the mini-challenge comes … Continue reading
We’re down to 8 queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 episode 7. Let’s see, that’s an even number… Hmmm. How about working in pairs? How about RuPaul putting together the pairings so that the two queens that can’t stand each other the most are put together? Let’s do it! RuPaul is creating the Glamazon makeup line with ColorEvolution. The queens have to create a 30 second spot to market the makeup line. The pairs are, of course: Adore and Laganja targeting mean girls Courtney Act and Joslyn Fox targeting hot mamas Bianca and Trinity targeting glamorous working girls Darienne … Continue reading
The library is open, hunties! RuPaul’s Drag Race heard my plea and has posted extended video of the reads from Episode 6. Hooray! You won’t get ALL the reads, but you’ll get a lot more than were shown in the episode. I’m forever grateful for this added content, because it is now CLEAR why Darienne Lake won this mini-challenge. It also makes me realize another reason why Milk probably got voted off in this episode. Girl, don’t copy another queen’s read! The shade of it all! Watch the RuPaul’s Drag Race extended reads video below: Get More: RuPaul’s Drag Race … Continue reading
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 episode 6 starts with Laganja Estranga letting us know up front that she’s not used to losing. Oh honey you’re going to have to get used to the not winning. It happens a lot in life, even when you try your best or when you’re a really great person. It’s called life. Hunty. With that, we set up potential future conflict between Laganja and Adore as well as BenDeLaCreme and Darienne Lake. To be clear: Darienne is mad at BenDeLaCreme because Ben is happy she won a 2nd challenge. Again, Darienne, sometimes people win more … Continue reading
Before we get to what we’re all waiting for – the Snatch Game – first we must set up some issues. Darienne thinks Milk should’ve been in the bottom because of her outfit. Psst… Darienne, maybe your bottom 3 moment was courtesy of your performance in the Rusical, not the runway ensemble. We’re also reminded of the Bianca/Laganja fight that’s pretty much just on the Laganja side and not really a fight. Let’s give a quick rundown of who is doing whom in the Season 6 version of Snatch Game: Adore Delano as Anna Nicole Smith BenDeLaCreme as Maggie Smith … Continue reading
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 Episode 4 doesn’t waste any time getting into the Australian vs American Idol via a musical theater challenge. But first we have a bit of shade being thrown between Gia Gunn and Bianca Del Rio. The mini-challenge features some guy (Ian Drew) from Us Magazine. Whatever, national recognition. Pout. The game is Female or She-Male with close-ups of body parts. From those close-ups one must determine if that person is female or just working to be that way. The guy from Us Magazine is there to provide “color” commentary on each guess. The winners are … Continue reading
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 episode 3 begins as expected. While the showdown between the 2 halves of the cast was set, what followed was “Hi Gurl! What’s your name?” You didn’t expect them to stay standoffish for long, did you? Besides, now it’s time for the passive-aggressive bitchery to begin. Oh, Bianca Del Rio, give it to Gia Gunn. Give it good. Didn’t appear like anyone from one team knew someone from the other team ahead of time, which makes sense if Ru is trying to set up a rivalry between the two. It would’ve been fun had their … Continue reading
Last week on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 we met the first half of the dragtestants. Now it’s time to meet the 2nd group in RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 episode 2. The second group gets to come in to the workroom after the first group has a mini celebration with cupcakes, some kind of pink drink and silly string. Mama Ru has to let them girls have it so they’ll go to bed. Don’t make Mama mad! And so the next morning, or the next week or whatever kind of illusion we’re trying to foster here…. (wink, wink) the … Continue reading
Downton Abbey is done. The Olympics are over. What a perfect time to keep my television viewing habits going and start RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6! Yay! Who needs to get up off the couch? Ru is setting us up to believe that there’s some sort of horror/slasher movie theme this season. Whatever. After watching this first episode, I can report that there were no references to blood or horror at all. We’ll see if that holds up for the season. And speaking of seasons, we’re treated to our first twist of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6, and it’s a … Continue reading