You better win that f***ing crown!
Anetra, Mistress Isabelle Brooks, and Luxx Noir London are three of the finalists that make up the top four on season 15 of RuPaul's Drag Race. The only other queen that makes up the top four is the legendary Sasha Colby.
As one of the strongest group of finalists the show has ever seen, each queen is ready to show off their charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent on this Friday's grand finale.
Mistress Isabelle Brooks was one of the biggest personalities in a talented group of queens, with the star heading into the finale with one competition win under her belt.
"For me, whether I get the crown or not, I won season 15. I made season 15 what it is. It's the Mistress show and rightfully so. I've proven time and time again that I have so many different aspects to myself and I'm the clear-cut winner tonight," Brooks tells Out.
Hailing from Las Vegas, Anetra came into the competition strong with an iconic talent show performance. By the finale, the queen has won three main challenges and is a clear favorite amongst the fans.
"A lot of queens, mostly 16 of them, really hope for this spot for the crown. I'm very grateful. For so long of my life, I didn't feel like I fit in the world. Now to be following what I love and doing what I love and having so many people support it, especially around the world, is absolutely mind-blowing. The sinner takes it all," Anetra tell Out.
Fashionista Luxx Noir London also earned her spot in the finale with sickening runways, versatile talent skills, and memorable performances. As the youngest contestant, the queen saw herself winning the crown since her childhood.
"It's very surreal, but at the same, it makes so much sense. I'm a very big believer in manifestation. If you put positive intention into the world to something that you really want to accomplish, it's inevitable that it happens. I wasn't just manifesting being on Drag Race, I was manifesting winning it. Hopefully, that happens tonight," London says.
The queen is also hoping to use her voice and represent the drag community in a positive light with anti-LGBTQ+ legislation sweeping the nation.
"I genuinely think that I represent the now. I represent the future. I'm a great representation of what drag is now and where it can be ten years from now. I've put in the work. I'm a type of person who really needs visibility right now. Black, queer people often don't get the shine that we deserve and we often don't get to live outwardly as confident as we do. When you put in the work and when you believe in yourself, nothing but good can come out of that. That's why I think I deserve it."
The finale of RuPaul's Drag Race airs this Friday on MTV. To see the full interviews with Mistress, Anetra, and Luxx, check out the video below.
Mistress, Anetra, & Luxx Spill on Possibly Winning 'Drag Race' Season 15youtu.be