Tic Tac 'Mo
Now that we're down to the final four, it's time for the remaining queens to have a hearty meal with their mother. Though I love it, I'm glad Mama Ru decided to shake, or blend, up this old gag.
Of course there was a lot of emotion and everyone was feeling all the feels, but we don't have time to get into that. Let's just say, the struggle is real and leave it at that.
Considering the LQQKS she was pulling off all season, this final RuVeal left me a little limp.
Luckily her hair was at full mast.
Category is: Best Drag
Kennedy is a mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a Rubik's Cube and cinched at the waist.
Ginger Minj serving "Liz Taylor for White Diamonds riding Falkor the Luckdragon" realness.
Now I realize why I've liked Pearl so much: her drag looks are basically what I wear on a daily basis. Case in point, this subtle wig and sheer cape situation, otherwise known as a stroll to the grocer for me.
Violet set the bar impossibly high from the moment she unbelted that sequined jumpsuit only to twirl into another jumpsuit in the first episode. But this is her best drag?
I gotta side with Michelle Visage on this one.
Too late, but go on.
Shade her all you want, mama. To think, the audacity to wear a pant! And of all times, the finale? You're slipping, Chachki.
Speaking of slipping, Pearls' wig game.
During the filming of Ru's "Born Naked" video, Ginger, Pearl and Violet were falling apart.
Meanwhile, Kennedy was giving you old school "Pleasure Principle" Janet.
When it came to the acting part, however, she was a bit out of step.
Ginger continued to have the best spit takes in the biz.
Violet was middle of the road, but nothing to tweet home about.
While Pearl, shockingly, played a convincing pill addict.
Jealous of My Boo-Hooing
As if the Tic Tac family dinner wasn't filling enough, Ru really decided to wring out whatever moisture the queens had by forcing them to stare at childhood pics so they could give advice to their younger selves.
They were basically wading in a pool of their own mascara by the time the Lip Sync started.
Life-Saving Lip Sync Moment
This was really a matter of formality since we all know Kennedy would slay all of these bitches in the streets if it came down to it, but considering she was in the bottom two more times than anyone else, Ms. Davenport was sent packing. Of course, this speech didn't help any.
Well, squirrelfriends, we're down to the final three. My money's on Ginger Minj, mostly because she seems most fit to bear the title of America's Next Drag Superstar. Violet's certainly the most glamorous while Pearl might be the most versatile, but at the end of the gay, can they be an ambassador for the brand Ru has worked and shilled tirelessly for these past seven seasons?
Sound off in the comments who you think should and will win.
Les Fabian Brathwaite — still Team Max.