The queens were back for another week of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Bosco got to celebrate her win, while Jorgeous was ready for a comeback after her time in the bottom two. Meanwhile, Daya Betty was feeling bitter for being safe, which would be a recurring theme throughout the episode.
This week, RuPaul came in to let the queens know they would have to construct an outfit made out of all of the ridiculous items Michelle Visage has been purchasing on Glamazon Prime. Jasmine Kennedie was feeling the pressure after she had a bit of a fit after she lost the last design challenge. Meanwhile, Kerri Colby was giving us the greatest narrations we could ask for.
When it came to the boxes, Lady Camden hit the jackpot with the material. Willow Pill was struggling with her hand pain but had a wonderful vision for her look. Maddy Morphosis focused his look on a blowup doll. Daya coined the market on baby doll looks and she was desperate for a win.
Ru came in to check the status of the looks with Carson Kressley. Daya took the time to ask the judges what they thought she should do to stand out more and the answer was to stop channeling her drag family member, Crystal Methyd. Willow showed off her big arms, but they weren’t sold on it just yet.
As everyone was getting into drag, Kerri opened up about being kicked out of her family home when she was 15 years old. After the heartbreaking story, Jorgeous noticed her dress was not going to work. Thankfully, Angeria Paris VanMichaels had some spare fabric to lend her. Meanwhile, some of the queens were doubting DeJa Skye’s look.
On the main stage, Ru, Carson, and Michelle were joined by the amazing Taraji P. Henson. The runway looks were rather strong this week. Clearly, Angie, Jorgeous, and Lady Camden were the top, while DeJa, Maddy, and Jasmine fell into the bottom. Jorgeous got her redemption win!
It was Maddy and Jasmine who would face off to Beyoncé‘s Sugar Mama (after fighting on UnTucked). Jasmine was clearly the winner of the lipsync. When it came down to the chocolate, Maddy did not have the golden ticket. Farewell to the first cisgender, straight man on Drag Race.