On Monday, RuPaul's Drag Race paid homage to the late, great Divine. Divine was the original drag superstar, who shot to fame thanks to the help of John Waters. Speaking of whom, Waters was a guest on the show, helping judge the main stage looks.
Miss Fame had to lip sync against Pearl, with the latter winning the right to stay on the show. Unfortunately, Miss. Fame was sent home.
Next Monday means a new episode of RuPaul's Drag Race, but what do fans have to look forward to? According to Logo TV's promo video, the answer is dancing (and most likely some falling.)
The episode is titled "Prancing Queens" and will have the remaining six queens dancing in a live show on the main stage. Yes, that is right, they have to perform a live choreographed routine in front of RuPaul and the other judges.
Speaking of which, guests judges for next week's Drag Race will be Alyssa Milano and Rachael Harris. Alyssa is known for her talents as an actress, producer, and former singer. Though she now adds philanthropist to her resume. Rachael Harris is an actress and comedian.It looks like the drag queens will have to team up in twos to perform on the stage. Kennedy and Pearl make up one team, Ginger and Trixie another, while Kayta and Violet make up the last team. Fans wonder if the teams were chosen for them, or of they were able to split themselves into teams of two. The last episode of RuPaul's Drag Race had Ginger and Trixie working together, as well. Ginger ultimately was the winner of the "Divine Inspiration" episode.
Yes, you did see Trixie Mattel trying, and failing, to pick up Ginger. Was that part of the act? Or did the two actually fall?
The end of Drag Race is coming up fast. In fact, that grand finale has already been scheduled for May 19 at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles.Next weeks' episode of RuPaul's Drag Race should be a blast to watch. We get to see which of the six queens left know how to cut a rug. Who do you think will perform others? Who will fail to hit their marks?
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