RuPaul’s Drag Race Recap: Glitter Ball

Ru asks the queens: who should go home tonight, and why? Long story short, they all say Darienne, including Darienne. I am in agreement, especially if we’re going by this challenge. She really did fail every look, bless her heart. In Untucked she had no hard feelings to the other girls for naming her, which is gracious. Slightly shady moments: Miss Crème says Bianca is “sailing through,” which in Untucked she clarifies was supposed to be a compliment; and Courtney says she thought Adore would go home but now she thinks Darienne.

When the queens return to the runway, Adore is declared the winner of the challenge. Our little Adore won a sewing challenge, you guys! Miss Crème and Darienne are bottom two and lipsync to Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You).” It’s a bit boring on both sides, and I am surprised when Miss Crème is asked to sashay away. I thought her ball looks were far superior and should have saved her tonight. Oh well. Farewell, Miss Crème! We love you and your pathological perkiness! And you are so shady to write that long-ass message on the mirror for Darienne to clean!

Next week on RuPaul’s Drag Race, we have the typical final 3 challenge at the final 4, to determine who the final 3 will be. I am slightly confused.

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