I live for this thread so far. I work in boystown in Chicago, so I obviously know all the Chicago queens and people had no faith in Ms. Ritz until they saw what she could do on stage. Drag is a multifaceted trade and Dida is truly one of the best show queens you will ever see. Anyone that comes up against her in a lip synch for your life is fucked, and I knew that when The Princess had to go up against her, which made me sad because I knew she was going to lose. Phi Phi is actually really good on stage as well, just wait til she gives you some Nicki Minaj! Oh
Oh and by the way, if anyone is from the Chicago area, you should come check out the queens sometime. We have either Princess or Phi Phi every Thursday and have Sharon Needles performing tomorrow!
But you're not winning RDR without it so great stage presence is vital. Just ask The Princess.
It's a mixture of both. You have to be talented and look the part. Dida pulled a great lip sync out of nowhere but I'm still having nightmares about that "Sex & The City" dress from last week and that horrendous blonde wig she first arrived with.
And here you are, a black unicorn.
Mythical and mystical since the day that you were born.
Kinda cringed at Sharon's last runway. It read anorexic orphan annie in a letterjacket to me. And Madame Lequeer's Stacy Lane Matthews's sports couture should've be judged as filth (that look is tired and needs to be retired )
Oy Phi Phi, she's so pressed. The thing is I sort of agree with her in a lot of the fights she gets into, but the way she handles it makes me gag.
Still continuing to live for Willam. For as vapid and ridiculous they made him look in away in the opening episode, he's sort of becoming a calm voice. <3
Madame LaQueer, cya. The lip sync was tragic. Was definitley an early round lip sync contest. Honestly madame should've been in the bottom 2 last week, and Princess would've lasted but likely in this acting challenge would've gone home anyway this week haha