As cursed as Hugáceo’s Snatch Game was, I would quite like an entire Snatch Game of just classical art.
In it’s commitment to utter chaos, Drag Race España decided it was going to host both Snatch Game and it’s first ever ball in the same episode – it’s a trip.
How nice of Michelle Visage to come dressed as Elektra Shock dressed as Moira Rose.
It’s Drag Race Down Under finale, so get ready to be thoroughly whelmed and relieved that we’re finally free from this curse.
Happy Pride Month to Jim The Neckless ONLY!
It’s the final and the theme for the week is Celebrations (the events, not the box of disappointing chocolates) so expect fun, frivolity and a simmering undercurrent of over competitiveness.
Things didn’t go great for Slimer after Ghostbusters 2.
A new batch of contestants arrive to take on the perils of a tiramisu and one brave soul attempts to set an entire bowl of custard with but 5 grams of gelatine.
This was my excuse to get out of PE in highschool too.
It’s the hometown runway featuring 2 cats, a bear and some fake cheese! It’s truly the Drag Race experience.
Just popping to the shops, anybody need anything?
Another week, another outcome decided almost entirely by throwing a ferret into a ball pit but this time with interpretive dance and pies.
Excuse me while I write an entire cartoon series about this trio of crime solvers, The Mystery Gang wont know what hit them!
We’ve reached the final showdown where the MUAs have to try not to crack under the pressure that is Duckie Thot’s intimidating levels of beauty.
Can we just appreciate the mammoth size of these trousers?
It’s 1940s week so don’t eat too many potatoes, your mother has to use them for soap, or something.
It’s Chocolate Week which is strange because literally every week of this show could feasibly be considered Chocolate Week.
Glad to know we’re all still looking for the reason Art Simone came back.
It’s the makeover episode where the people are lovely and the judging criteria is decided by ferrets playing a rigorous game of Twister.