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Faúx Fúr 'Broke Down' After Her Drag Race Down Under Elimination

Faúx Fúr 'Broke Down' After Her Drag Race Down Under Elimination

Faux Fur
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“There were three other girls that were worse than me,” Faúx Fúr said.

Faux Fur is calling shade!

During an interview with Daily Mail Australia, Fur revealed that she "broke down" after being eliminated in the first episode of RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under season two.

The maxi challenge at hand was to create a signature look using recycled materials, and Fur was put in the bottom two alongside Spankie Jackzon. After lip syncing to "Get Outta My Way" by Kylie Minogue, Fur was asked to sashay away.

"'It was tough. Broke down," Fur told the publication. She continued:

"I was like, 'Oh, my God. Really? You're going to send me home for a black panty detail?' There were three other girls that were worse than me!"

Fur didn't drop any names regarding which three queens she thought did worse than her on Drag Race Down Under, but she clearly disagreed with the judges' decision. She explained:

"At first, I just felt like sh*t. But then I was like, 'Girl, you got on the show! Getting sent home is not that bad.'"

When it comes to the rest of this season of Drag Race Down Under, Fur also warned viewers about what's to come:

"A lot of drama! These girls are tough competition. [They're] unique and lovely, but they're also in it to win it."

This Aussie queen might've gone home first, but she's certainly making a splash following her Drag Race exit. Girl, we live!

RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under season two airs Saturdays on WOW Presents Plus.

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