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RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers & Bracket

Don’t be a drag; just be a queen. (TY Lady Gaga)

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11: Elevens across the board!

Fine, that wasn’t very creative. I’m not getting paid to be creative. Er, wait a minute.

There are fifteen drag queens from all over the United States participating in the annual tournament of Major League Drag, which, as I understand, is not actually a thing. One will become America’s Next Drag Superstar and receive the crown from Aquaria, the current reigning.

One of these queens is known to all as less of a performer and more of a meme. That would be Miss…Vanjie. Miss…Vanjie… The other fourteen are newcomers to the Ru Girl scene.

If the season is ongoing and you want to know who will win it all, check the T on Reddit. Should you care to know how the season is progressing with a blow-by-blow (that can carry many different meanings) analysis, this is the place to go.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11: Last Time…

The most recent season of RuPaul’s Drag Race we tracked was All Stars 4. As for a regular season, that was Season 10. Both of those pages are available for your perusal and/or delight.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: Season Status and Bracket

Click to enlarge — updated through the Season 11 finale on May 30, 2019

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 - season over

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: Yvie Oddly Wins

The 11th Next Drag Superstar, Heiress to the Throne of RuPaul, Keeper of the Anastasia Cosmetics, and Casher of One-Hundred Thousand Dough-lars is Yvie Oddly. I will point out that we called Yvie making it to the finale after Episode 3. You can read down the page yourself; it’s there. We never wavered in that, though Yvie didn’t ace the competition every week.

Season 11 Finale Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

Lip Sync Semifinal #1: Silky Nutmeg Ganache vs. Brooke Lynn Hytes
Lip Sync Semifinal #1 Song: “Bootylicious” by Destiny’s Child
Lip Sync Semifinal #1 Winner: Brooke Lynn Hytes
Lip Sync Semifinal #2: A’Keria Chanel Davenport vs. Yvie Oddly
Lip Sync Semifinal #2 Song: “SOS” by Rihanna
Lip Sync Semifinal #2 Winner: Yvie Oddly
Lip Sync Final: Brooke Lynn Hytes vs. Yvie Oddly
Lip Sync Final Song: “The Edge of Glory” by Lady Gaga
Winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race: Yvie Oddly

Evaluations of the Lip Syncs

Lip Sync Semifinal #1: Brooke Lynn wins. Other than the wig reveals, I thought Silky was outclassed.

Lip Sync Semifinal #2: Close. Might have actually given this one to A’Keria.

Lip Sync Finale: Yvie by a slim margin. Brooke Lynn went to the bag of tricks but Yvie showed you can win a lip sync hardly going into it at all.

Is Yvie A Deserving Winner?

Yes. Aside from one particular thumbs-down challenge, Yvie was consistently near the top of the pack. Brooke Lynn had the best overall competition, but give Yvie credit for getting past two fierce queens in the finale, live, on stage, in front of the LGBT+ world. Our Canadian queen Brooke Lynn is talented and has a bright future ahead, but she does not have Yvie’s personality. Yvie sold it with stage presence.

Now, Silky has a thousand times the personality of the quiet, reserved Ms. Hytes but still lost that lip sync. It’s not ALL personality just like it’s not ALL talent. Both must be present.

If you’re going to complain that the “best queen didn’t win the season,” hey, look, this is a website called The Bracket Yard. We have sports brackets here, some of which are now several years old. The best team does not always make it to the end in those brackets. In sports as in drag, you have to win your way to the crown. It’s either that or the finale can go back to being another hour-long yak fest with about 90 seconds of worthwhile content. At least this way, the finale means something. The regular season gets you into the playoffs, and if you’re so great a queen, win a couple more lip syncs. If you prefer the yak-fest finale, I’m sure there are DVDs of Season 4 you can find on Amazon. When you see Sharon Needles win that one, think of Yvie.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 11th Boot: Vanjie

Season 11, Episode 12 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

5 queens at start of episode
Mini Challenge: None
Maxi Challenge: “Queens Everywhere” music video and recording
Runway: Best Drag
Bottom Two: Vanessa Vanjie Mateo and Brooke Lynn Hytes
Lip Sync Song: “Pride: A Deeper Love” by Aretha Franklin
Eliminated: Vanessa Vanjie Mateo

Of course, they had to have Brooke Lynn send Vanjie home. You knew it was going to happen.

Yvie won the week, even though the maxi challenge officially had no winner. A’Keria was the second-best, Silky was third. Brooke Lynn deserved to be in the final four bracket above Vanjie regardless of how the lip sync went. This is the final four we need and deserve. Let the lip syncing begin, bitches.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 10th Boot: Nina

Season 11, Episode 11 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

6 queens at start of episode
Mini Challenge: Slap Out of It!
Mini Challenge Winner: Brooke Lynn Hytes
Maxi Challenge: Makeover Challenge – Eliminated Queens
Maxi Challenge Pairs: Brooke & Plastique; Nina & Shuga; Yvie & Scarlet; A’Keria & Honey; Silky & Soju; Vanjie & Ariel
Maxi Challenge Winner: Brooke Lynn Hytes
Bottom Two: Nina West & Silky Nutmeg Ganache
Lip Sync Song: “No Scrubs” by TLC
Eliminated: Nina West

Some of them drag queens with the beards as dashing men….ooh, girl. I done already done had mineses.

I respect what Nina tried to do, but as soon as she and Shuga hit the runway, I exclaimed “this could be Nina’s week to go.” Compared to some of the others, sorry to say, they were kind of Party City and not polished. We like Nina so it’s difficult to write that it was by far the worst runway. Interesting how all the queens ganged up on Silky and Yvie despite the fact that Nina had a bad night. No question, it was because nobody wanted to go at Nina because of how well liked and respected she is.

Silky did alright given the hand she was dealt but not great. Its execution was not perfect. Her pads were visible, as Michelle so aptly pointed out in the middle of the runway and her own outfit looked kind of incomplete. Soju’s makeup was terrible.

Yvie again did something different than everyone else. It wasn’t perfectly executed but the family resemblance box was checked.

A’Keria, Vanjie, and Brooke Lynn all nailed the family resemblance, the latter despite differing the color scheme.

I do not think Silky killed the lip sync per se and might not have won against someone better. Nina hardly did anything. It wasn’t Charlie Hides bad or “I’d like to keep it on, please” bad, but the way A’Keria described it was spot on.

Meanwhile, next week on Ariel Versace: Wig Hunter…

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 9th Boot: Shuga

Season 11, Episode 10 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

7 queens at start of episode
Mini Challenge: Balls to the Wall with Delta Work & the Pit Crew
Mini Challenge Winner: Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
Maxi Challenge: Magic Show
Runway: Caftan Realness
Maxi Challenge Winner: Nina West
Bottom Two: Shuga Cain and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
Lip Sync Song: “No More Drama” by Mary J. Blige
Eliminated: Shuga Cain

Team Nina was pretty good. They came in as the “underdog” team, but they had to work hard as the so-called underdogs and they did a fine job. Their set was more polished and cohesive than Team Vanjie’s, and Team Vanjie’s was a little boring, to be frank (barbecue pun not intended). This is of course the problem with having too many strong personalities in one group.

The sad problem for Vanjie is that while she’s an entertaining performer, on TV and seeing her live, she does not do characters. Vanjie can’t be anything other than Vanjie. Even during the Snatch Game, she was still Vanjie in a different wig.

Yvie seems to be slipping behind the frontrunners a little now, with Nina putting on a comeback. I expected more from Ms. Oddly this week. Brooke Lynn remains first in the Drag Race power rankings with Silky second, though the latter could have been better in the magic show. To Silky’s credit, she can work an audience.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 8th Boot: Plastique

Season 11, Episode 9 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

Still 8 queens at start of episode
Mini Challenge: The Reading Challenge
Mini Challenge Winner: Brooke Lynn Hytes
Maxi Challenge: LADP – Los Angeles Drag Police
Maxi Challenge Winner: A’Keria Chanel Davenport
Runway: Facekini Fantasy
Bottom Two: Plastique Tiara and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
Lip Sync Song: “Hood Boy” by Fantasia Barrino
Eliminated: Plastique Tiara

A show like “Cops” or “Live PD” is fertile ground for hilarity when the shall we say less than couth individuals show up to play. Drag Race tapped into that in much the same way that they did in All Stars 4 with Jersey Justice. It was a fine concept, and as is always the case, some queens executed it and some did not.

A’Keria and Yvie’s scene was the best overall, and A’Keria was the rightful winner. Silky also had a claim to it, and as everyone foretold, she overshadowed Shuga Cain in every possible way. The latter’s runway was terrific, however.

Plastique and Vanjie’s scene was a mess. They tried to go for over-the-top but Plastique is not a strong actress and Vanjie could not carry the scene on her own. Throw this on top of the fact that one could not follow it. Both did admirably in the lip sync, with a slight edge to Vanjie.

To round out the Silky vs. Yvie feud, for now, let’s say this: Yvie is not for everyone. Silky is not for everyone. I appreciated watching them be civil in Untucked. They’re all sisters at the end of the day, and that’s the T, bitch.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: Snatch Game Double Shantay

Season 11, Episode 8 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

8 queens at start of episode
Mini Challenge: Self-Help Books
Mini Challenge Winner: Silky Nutmeg Ganache
Maxi Challenge: Snatch Game at Sea
Maxi Challenge Winner: Silky Nutmeg Ganache
Runway: Sequins
Bottom Two: Yvie Oddly and Brooke Lynn Hytes
Lip Sync Song: “Sorry Not Sorry” by Demi Lovato
Eliminated: Nobody – Double Shantay

When Plastique started talking, I started having PTSD flashbacks to Gia Gunn as Jenny Bui. She did better, if for no other reason, because it’s impossible to have done worse. Brooke Lynn sounded nothing like a French Canadian, much less Celine. Vanjie sounded like Vanjie, not the obscure teenage character she chose, if I knew who she was. Yvie bombed, and we say this as fans of hers; she did not have nearly enough fun with it and I did not get anything even close to Whoopi. Nina nailed Harvey Fierstein and then Joann Worley. Shuga did a better than passable Charo. A’keria was okay but forgettable as Tiffany Haddish. Silky was the clear winner.

That was, sadly, another underwhelming Snatch Game. Queens coming on Drag Race know it’s going to happen. You wonder how they come up with some of these characters and then fail to execute them. It’s like going on Hell’s Kitchen but not knowing how to cook a scallop, featured on every episode ever.

Snatch Game Queen Rankings

1. Silky: Ts Madison
2. Nina: Harvey Fierstein and Joann Worley
3. Shuga: Charo
4. A’keria: Tiffany Haddish
5. Plastique: Lovely Mimi
T-6. Brooke Lynn: Celine Dion
T-6. Yvie: Whoopi Goldberg
T-6. Vanjie: Danielle Bregoli from Dr. Phil

Honestly thought Brooke Lynn’s killer runway would spare her the lip sync. It was hard to separate the three on the bottom, but that should have been a standout moment.

Final thought: Would it kill Silky to be the bigger person and accept the compliment from Yvie? Vanjie worked it out. Yvie did a legitimately poor job in Snatch Game and did not have to kiss anyone’s ass, but gave credit where it was due. She’s honest when things are bad and honest when they’re good. I did not get “fake” like Silky did. In fact, I rather dislike how Silky is getting her jollies off of putting Yvie down. You’re a talented queen and a worthy competitor but do better; we need you to be above the pettiness.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 7th Boot: Ra’Jah

Season 11, Episode 7 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

9 queens at start of episode
Mini Challenge: Potato sack races (with jiggling boobage)
Mini Challenge Winners: Nina West and Shuga Cain
Maxi Challenge: Farm-to-Runway Looks
Maxi Challenge Winner: Plastique Tiara
Bottom Two: Ra’Jah O’Hara and A’keria Chanel Davenport
Lip Sync Song: “Strut” by Sheena Easton
Eliminated: Ra’Jah O’Hara

There comes Mama Ru stirring things up in the Werk Room. Asking “Who should go home?” has one intent. Doing it in back-to-back episodes means there wasn’t enough drama and/or scalding hot tea in the eyes of production.

I’m trying to be fair and equitable to all of the queens, but some of the things Ra’Jah has said the last two episodes (including Untucked)…girl. Not a fan of the pettiness. There’s also definitely some on the part of Silky towards Yvie, which nicely accompanies the hints of delusion (“I was in the bottom because I was too beautiful.”)

Brooke Lynn looked beautiful but I was a little bored with the look; other than oranges, I did not get “farm.” Yvie was again good, but not great, and no runway truly blew me away. Plastique had the best look of the night in what was her best episode yet; she was the correct winner. A’keria’s runway was nothing special. I appreciate Nina again doing something different, but the look was unpolished. Shuga’s look was creative, maybe deserved a little better than safe, but not a winning look. I expected Silky to get some sort of critique; the look did not do much for me. Ra’Jah did not hit the mark. Vanjie’s look did not do anything for me, either, but hey: a different silhouette!

A’keria won the lip sync; another good call. Ra’Jah dodged her fate a few times before, but not this time. Brooke Lynn and probably Yvie are the two frontrunners and they have some distance from the pack. In particular, I think Brooke Lynn is doing well but getting a bit more praise than is merited. It’s almost like she can do no wrong; her look was the most questionable of the top three but I knew she would be up there.

I’m not sure what TV show if not RuPaul’s Drag Race, but I would love for Vanjie to narrate or commentate on something. Maybe the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, maybe Eurovision, maybe American Idol. If someone is feeding her one-liners, they can come with her. I’m still living for “She was pressed like a panini.”

Again, when all the dust settles, you might have some queens that make you pressed. Whether Ra’Jah, Silky, Yvie, or any of the others, remember this:

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 6th Boot: Scarlet

Season 11, Episode 6 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

10 Queens at Episode Start
Mini Challenge: Galisthenics with Love Connie
Mini Challenge Winners: A’Keria Chanel Davenport and Plastique Tiara
Maxi Challenge: The Draglympics
Runway: All That Glitters
Maxi Challenge Winner: A’Keria Chanel Davenport
Bottom Two: Scarlet Envy and Ra’Jah O’Hara
LSFYL Song: “Last Dance” by Donna Summer
Eliminated: Scarlet Envy

First, I was hoping the Draglympics would be a little longer than a four-minute set from each team.

Silky…was Oprah on the runway, again. She was fortunate being on the winning team.

Ru picked the right winning team: Team Tuckpantisan (A’Keria). The team captain was a worthy winner; she did a great job picking the team and turned out the challenge. Her runway was OPPA-LENCE, as some former competing queens would say. Team Plastique wasn’t terrible, however, it’s the second dancing challenge in which Ra’Jah underwhelmed. This was not as bad, but not a great night. If you all saw Untucked, it was a worse night than previously thought.

Having also seen Vanjie perform live, she’s an exciting performer. Her runway, however, was the same as it’s been almost every other week. Yvie’s runway was different, but not a winning look. Was not a fan of Nina’s runway but, like Yvie, credit to her for doing something different.

Scarlet tried in the lip sync, sure, but if your costume trick reveal takes more than two seconds to execute, you are boned seven ways from Sunday. Was Ra’Jah much better in comparison? No; Ra’Jah only squeaked out the win. Without the awkward cutting off the outfit, Scarlet is in a better place to win that lip sync. The rest of the bag of tricks almost saved Scarlet. I would not expect Ra’Jah to be around much longer, either, having now lip synced for a third time in six episodes.

Above all, remember this: these are performers and real people. Did you hate one of the queens’ runways, performances, lip syncs, or comments at any point in the show? That’s fine, but don’t hate on them. Don’t take it too seriously: it’s just drag.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 5th Boot: Ariel

Season 11, Episode 5 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

11 Queens at Episode Start
Mini Challenge: Dolled Up with Trixie Mattel
Mini Challenge Winner: Ra’Jah O’Hara
Maxi Challenge: Monster Ball Runways
Maxi Challenge Winner: Brooke Lynn Hytes
Bottom Two: Shuga Cain and Ariel Versace
LSFYL Song: “I’m Your Baby Tonight” by Whitney Houston
Eliminated: Ariel Versace

It was the end of the Little Mermaid, er, Ariel this week.

In the Werk Room, Ra’Jah goes from talking about the “positive energy” to taking heat from Yvie to badmouthing her. The mini-challenge win for Ra’Jah was nice, so lay that credit on her. I won’t take it for more than what we all know it is. Not only that, but as we always hear, they are still sisters in the end, and sometimes, sisters fight. And, let’s face it, if there were no drama between queens, would it be as interesting? We know who Yvie is, which is someone who will not avoid or misdirect from confrontation.

Meanwhile, Ariel: THEY TRIED TO TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR LOOK, BITCH. You said you do “spooky drag all the time,” so why not tonight? Her fall during the lip sync was both literal and figurative. Whitney could have been done better justice during the lip sync by both.

I’m sure she’s perfectly good at her drag, but we saw a one-dimensional queen by Ariel throughout the competition. As for the others, I was a little more down on Silky’s night than even the judges were and might have put her in the bottom two instead of Shuga. Great week last week but not wowed this time. Ru implied that Yvie might have won despite a poor third look. However, it might have justified her being safe and not necessarily in the top. Finally, Brooke Lynn is getting a final four edit.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 4th Boot: Mercedes

Season 11, Episode 4 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

12 Queens at Episode Start
Mini Challenge: Rachel Maddow news reporting (Why You Maddow Tho?)
Mini Challenge Winner: Scarlet Envy
Maxi Challenge: Trump: The Rusical
Runway: Orange
Maxi Challenge Winner: Silky Nutmeg Ganache
Bottom Two: Ra’Jah O’Hara and Mercedes Iman Diamond
LSFYL Song: “Living in America” by James Brown
Eliminated: Mercedes Iman Diamond

And now, for a brief evaluation of every queen’s challenge performance.

A’keria (Stormi Daniels). Neither good nor bad; A’keria blended into the background. She was perhaps overshadowed a little by Hillary.

Ariel (Shandy). She held her own as the “lead” character. For me it was not a super memorable performance as others in the ensemble carried it, but she had to not be terrible and she accomplished that.

Brooke Lynn (Ivana Trump). The dancing experience helped, but Brooke Lynn also had Ivana down pretty well.

Mercedes (Ivanka Trump). One gets the sense she was going to struggle in any role. No way she could have done Shandy, but even this minor part fell flat. Throw in a sub-par runway (and an uninspired lip sync in which she didn’t know some of the words) and it was obvious her time had come.

Nina (Sarah Huckabee Sanders). It’s quite obvious still that Nina has stage presence from having done this before. Her experience served her well and I bought the performance big time.

Plastique (Melania Trump). It was a minor part but not bad; the look sold me on Melania. Good enough to be safe.

Ra’Jah (Omarosa). Did not really capture the essence of Omarosa, who is cunning, commanding, and fierce. You could tell the edit was setting her up for a faceplant by the initial “I’m a dancer, this is easy” talk and then bombing hard with it.

Scarlet (Betsy DeVos). Scarlet did well casting the performance. She had to veto Mercedes getting the lead and did alright herself as DeVos. Not memorable but not terrible.

Shuga (Hillary Clinton). Shuga did a good job; Hillary does not have that kind of over-the-top personality in reality but neither does Kellyanne Conway, but both queens dragged up their roles. She was noticeable in a good way.

Silky (Oprah). She was a very believable Oprah. Definitely in the top two but not my winner pick. Silky complained about getting the role but she nailed it.

Vanjie (Rosie O’Donnell). Did not get a lot of Rosie out of Miss Vanjie. The gymnastics were impressive but throw some Koosh balls or something.

Yvie (Kellyanne Conway). Yvie is a talented performer who also had a killer runway. She probably came in second unofficially but should have won the challenge. Tell me again why she isn’t going to be lip syncing for the crown?

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 3rd Boot: Honey

Season 11, Episode 3 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

13 Queens at Episode Start
Mini Challenge: Backstage With Seduction
Mini Challenge Winners: Nina West and Ra’jah O’Hara
Maxi Challenge: Di-vangelical Queens
Runway: Fringe
Maxi Challenge Winner: Nina West
Bottom Six: Everyone on Team Ra’jah (Plastique, Ra’jah, Scarlet, A’keria, Shuga, Honey)
LSFYL Song: “Waiting for Tonight” by Jennifer Lopez
Eliminated: Honey Davenport

The first one, the church of Britney, definitely did not suck. Yet, we all saw the previews with the “stink, stank, stunk,” so we knew what was coming. The Mariah bit was terrible. To quote Charles Barkley, “turrible, just turrible.” It was Gia Gunn as Jenny Bui awful.

Sorry, ladies, but Mariah was a bad choice in that they had absolutely no idea how to talk her up. Some of them seemed to barely know who she was, let alone how to praise her. The contrast with the Britney group could not have not been more stark, from their working in Britney references to the over-the-top personalities. And what the hell was Plastique doing with the evil voice? Not a single one of them did well. A’keria’s runway was gorgeous, for example, but the scene was a big miss.

Yvie looks like a queen who has the inside track to the final four. She offers a creative sort of drag that has gotten similar queens far. Not only that, but she seems multi-talented. Through three episodes, she’s in front.

For the first time, SIX queens lipsynced. How do you even pick a queen out of that? Talk about splitting your attention. Honey was the one to go, and it was a little sad, but at the same time, I’m thinking, “did we see her on the camera much?”

By the way, Silky lost her shit in Untucked. There’s always one that wears out the welcome quickly.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 2nd Boot: Kahanna

Season 11, Episode 2 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

14 Queens at Episode Start
Mini Challenge: Photo-Bombing Celebrities
Mini Challenge Winners: Silky Nutmeg Ganache and Brooke Lynn Hytes
Maxi Challenge: Hit Movies Acting Challenge
Maxi Challenge Winners: Scarlet Envy and Yvie Oddly
Bottom Two: Mercedes Iman Diamond and Kahanna Montrese
LSFYL Song: “Work Bitch” by Britney Spears
Eliminated: Kahanna Montrese

Nina West was quite strong in the acting challenge. She’s clearly experienced as an actress, which one would expect of drag royalty. Plastique Tiara also did a nice job in the challenge, as did Yvie Oddly. Yvie’s runway was very creative; one of the best of the night. Silky had a little trouble enunciating her lines. Brooke Lynn killed the runway but underimpressed in the challenge. Sugah Cain got the job done in style, but not so much on the runway.

Scarlet held her own as the lead role in her movie. Mercedes did not have a great night until the lip sync, but she gave us the feels with her sad story. Kahanna’s runway was less basic than last week but still basic; they are setting up for her ru-demption on All Stars 6.

Both queens did well in the lip sync, at least as far as going to the bag of tricks. Unrelated, I’m still trying to figure out who some of the queens are out of drag. Happens every year.

But DAMN we got some shady bitches on this season. I’m not complaining, only stating a fact.

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: 1st Boot: Soju

Season 11, Episode 1 Tale of the (Tucking) Tape

15 Queens At Episode Start
Mini Challenge: Photo Shoot with Drag Race Legends
Mini Challenge Winner: Silky Nutmeg Ganache
Maxi Challenge: Drag Race Legend-Inspired Looks
Maxi Challenge Winner: Brooke Lynn Hytes
Bottom Two: Soju and Kahanna Montrese
LSFYL Song: “The Best of Both Worlds” by Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus
Eliminated: Soju

I get that Silky is trying to give us personality, and maybe the edit betrayed her, but if it did, we saw someone who was not taking the competition seriously. Maybe this is who Silky is, keeping in mind we only see what the editors want us to see. Her runway wasn’t bad, but not my favorite.

Soju’s look was not good; a trainwreck you could see coming from the Werk Room. She was not ready for primetime. Nina’s look was not good, but she was safe. I didn’t hate Kahanna’s look as much as the judges but there were issues. There was very little or no Katya in there at all, however.

Scarlet has a little bit of a Tammie Brown thing going on. Ra’jah O’Hara in the confessionals is serving us Steve Urkel realness. Mercedes kind of looks like a deer in headlights and will need to turn it around, lest she be another early exit.

Kahanna mopped the floor with Soju in the lip sync. Soju should have left saying “Miss Soju. Miss…Soju. Miss……….Soju!” She may have been invited back for Season 12. At least she will have the support of her “cysters.”

RuPauls Drag Race Season 11 Spoilers: The Queens

A’keria Chanel Davenport aka Gregory D’Wayne Dallas, TX
Ariel Versace aka Bryan Neel Cherry Hill, NJ
Brooke Lynn Hytes aka Brock Hayhoe Nashville, TN
Honey Davenport aka James Clark New York, NY
Kahanna Montrese aka Tyrone Hardiman Las Vegas, NV
Mercedes Iman Diamond Minneapolis, MN
Nina West aka Andrew Levitt Columbus, OH
Plastique Tiara aka Duc Tran Dallas, TX
Ra’jah O’Hara aka Benni Miller Dallas, TX
Scarlet Envy aka Jacob James Brooklyn, NY
Shuga Cain aka Jesus Martinez New York, NY
Silky Nutmeg Ganache Chicago, IL
Soju aka Tony Hyunsoo Ha Los Angeles, CA
Vanessa Vanjie Mateo aka Jose Cancel Los Angeles, CA
Yvie Oddly aka Jovan Bridges Denver, CO

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