She won't even pony up a laugh or a compliment if it's not completely felt. The performers were awesome, especially Latrice, and Ms. Tops: Vanessa Vanjie, Monique Hart, Ms Cracker. In a Slate piece, Miz recounted how Bob always encouraged her to come join the demonstrations, even when she was hesitant to try drag. It's a moment that perfectly foreshadows both of their fates in the episode.
What was your favorite read from a contestant? Aquaria, who has not shown much comedy or personality in the competition, pulled off the best celebrity impersonation with her take on Melania Trump. Cracker gets high marks for her good twin but doesn't push her bad twin far enough. They said it was a great show and they want the husbands to attend next year. Cracker, a self-designated comedy queen, only flew middle-of-the-road with an unremarkable spin as Dorothy Parker. It stopped at the leg, and the wig just looked unkempt. Re-watching, though, we wonder if it was the choice to go with baggy pants that kept her out of the top three.
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It's the sort of problem winners like Jinkx and Bob have had before, but in some ways it's even more exaggerated in the case of Monét. This is something we haven't seen in years, and it didn't even involve some weird add-on like designing soup cans or Sanrio characters. It wasn't great, but do take positive note of the fact that she did manage to work in the pompoms from head-to-toe to tie the look together without going overboard. I get the Divine inspiration. The Vixen: Again, Vixen was entirely too much.
But it's the final look that counts for the most, and the girls make the traditional scramble for supplies that marks any good ball challenge. I would have been able to sleep or just study and learn my songs instead of having to work on finishing stuff. By closing this banner or by continuing to use Eventbrite, you agree. Mars: Gurgling balls have solved many a problem before, but not with this outfit. Let's just get straight into it: This episode of delivered in absolutely every single way, from the classic Season 3 vibes the entire episode emanated right down to the truly gag-worthy Leigh Bowery—inspired drag Miss Ru herself wore on the runway were you not shocked? Not with the other queens, not with the the producers or editors, and not with the judges. Monét, it's time for sundaes.
Heart: The one read to Monet, about being black and using hotel lotion. Some felt the decision was fair, while others were sad to see Cracker sashay away. We didn't expect Miz Cracker to actually place top three in either of the sewing challenges so far, and yet, there she was both times. Ms Cracker reliving her impoverished but artistically nourished childhood was super endearing do I smell a winner's edit? Aquaria had some struggle with her diction during the competition, and landed 2 times in the Bottom 3 on Episodes 8 and 10 but never in the Bottom 2. So I want to say. Vanessa Vanjie gave me that, but with her trademark banjee backbone.
Then, the dreaded question from Ru: Who should go home? The Judges picked the right top and bottom queen in my opinion so I won't dwell too much on that, but I do think Dusty Ray Bottoms was treated a little unfairly by Michelle; calling out a queen's signature makeup on day one felt a little uncharitable to me but then again, when has Michelle Visage been known for her charity? To purchase tickets, call 212-352-3101 or click. Whose Snatch Game performance had you gagging? Kalorie: I appreciated the splits, but there's a difference between twerking and shaking your butt; something Kalorie is yet to learn. There was one head-spinning sequence sung by Ms. Cracker and Monet Exchange were hilarious hosts! Kameron has the exact opposite problem that plagues Monét. Monday night, the Blythely character confessed to the audience his long-distance love for Ms. It should have gone all the way.
. Monique Heart: I love a queen who doesn't rush, and Monique ate up every single moment of her runway without the need for tricks and gimmicks. Mars: There was so much going on with this outfit, but it failed to come together as a cohesive storyline or a flattering silhouette. And with 100% of the action taking place in the Werkroom, you get extra time to get to know the queens without having to watch them being barked at by Todrick Hall. And yet, as a certain amount of hate has crept back into the outside world since the start of the Trump era, a safe place has never seemed more necessary. Friday night, they finally meet, returning together to reprise installment. It seemed like she had spent so much time on the rest of it that she didn't want to be bothered getting the fit just right on a tight pant so she opted for some culottes instead.