We enter the workroom to find LaQueers farewell message *Which I actually don’t remember, due to the fact I spilled my cocktail on my laptop and spaz’d out…my Absolut Cocktail that is! So, from what I gathered after the tragic loss of booze is that none of these gurls felt bad the Madame was gone. With her departure this leaves Kenya as the last Puerto Rican left standing. And then we get our weekly She-Mail!
The divas have to carry eggs (tucked oh-so-gently) between their legs then zigzag around wig heads and then place/plop the egg safely into a straw crate. Like most of the eggs I was cracking up as the three raced around the obstacle course. Phi Phi proved to be the winner…her ability to keep her thighs together impressed me (this is a skill-set that I have yet to acquire)! * In a surprise move Phi Phi gives fellow contestant, Chad Michaels, her phone call home, for once it was nice to see the softer side of Sears…um I mean Phi Phi O’Hara.
Blue Birds of a Feather runway together! RuPaul welcomes are judges in her fine feathered gown and I think she simply looks amaze-balls! Along with our celebrity guest judges, Ross Matthews and Loretta Devine with have the always titillating Michele Visage and Santino Rice. The ladies were asked to dress to impress so let’s break down this Runway!
- Jiggly Caliente: …finally …she looks glamorous, good choice!
- Chad Michaels: Fierce…This is how a Professional Drag Queen works the room!
- Milan: When a man dresses as a woman dressing as a man it just falls flat…love the reference but thought it failed.
- Willam: Whips & Chains excite me! (My safe word is Mongoose!)
- Phi Phi O’Hara: You’re dressed and I’m not impressed…next
- Dida Ritz: Best look yet…kinda loving the stuffed animal skirt!
- Kenya Michaels: I don’t get it and I don’t think she did either.
- Sharon Needles: Plastic surgery realness …she is Nip’d and Tucked!
- Latrice Royale: YES! She is being the Queen and serving Eleganza Extravaganza!
Judgment & Lipsync
We soon find out Chad Michaels is the winner (duh) and as Ru starts to dismiss the safe(r) girls Willam has an unexpected emotional moment. She shows sadness for the girls who will be left to duel, and says that she doesn’t have a lot of “Girl Friends” and doesn’t hang out with a lot of Drag Queens. Her last statement about sadness when sending the girls home when she wins leaves the rest of the queens (and audience) wondering if this was sincere. I actually had a chance to speak with Willam today regarding his upcoming visit to DC on March 10th where he will be performing with myself and the Ladies of Town Drag Show (Showtime 10:30pm – shameless, I know) and we discussed this moment. I asked him what was the deal, was this just editing or was he/she genuinely sad?