Drag Race gives its standard lip-sync musical challenge the Trump treatment, and it is truly bizarre.
What has occurred here in this episode is straight up dis-re-spect-ful to Mariah Carey.
A blockbuster-inspired acting challenge reveals which queens have what it takes to command the screen, and sets the season back on track.
Season 11 is off to the races. Let the best woman … win!
“You can buy new clothes and you can get a bigger budget, but you can’t teach someone how to be funny.”
“Did I expect to win? Absolutely. Absolutely.”
A competitive top four is whittled down to a top-two showdown resulting in a gag that will define this season for better or worse.
Riding high off the gag of the season, Naomi takes some big swings in a Sex and the City-themed maxi-challenge.
An emotional, Judy Garland–themed makeover episode culminates in an elimination that turns the season on its head.
French Vanilla Fantasies will only take you so far.
It’s rare that an All Stars comeback episode delivers so thrillingly on its high-stakes promise.
The workroom mirror reveal is back, and more devious than ever.
“Ugh, I just can’t go stupid! I can’t! I won’t.”
We’ve gotta talk about all these New Jersey accents.
The Snatch Game gets a Dating Game twist that draws a line between the queens who came to play and those who came to slay.
The forecast for the Housewives’ rainy day in Florida: partly shady with a some organized fun peeking through.
Miss Henny has entered the workroom, but even she can’t overshadow the D-R-A-M-A this episode.
All-Stars 4 charges out of the gate with the customary reads, a gag-worthy talent show, and multiple contenders for this season’s villainess.
“Let me start off by saying, oh, I’m 100 percent a diva.”
“When you put drag queens in a room together, we all think we’re the biggest thing in the whole wide world.”