RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4 star (and guest on 30 other television shows) Willam, alongside two incredibly popular performers in the U.S. Detox and Vicki Vox released a parody endorsement video today. Set to the tune of “Hold On” with rap from “Waterfalls” I find it incredibly catchy and have been humming it all morning.
We don’t have Chick-fil-A up here so I can’t comment on the taste of said chain, but they are really really REALLY crazy against homos and such. Check it out below, can you spot Willam’s beard (I’M KIDDING!) Everyone look lovely!
Don’t forget tonight is Drag Race, Willam has made it to the top 6 and is becoming a fan favourite with his sharp tongue. Let’s see if he can hold on…(no pun intended) Follow me on twitter as I’ll be live tweeting the show @TommyD and the rest of the boys here @Homorazzi.
Before I start this week’s recap I’ve gotta do a bit of a disclaimer. Last week after a wonderful interview with Milan she came to the site, read my review and made it very clear on my Facebook that she was not happy. Then like a bit of a coward I deleted the post, and even was tempted to change up the review in the hopes of maybe making her not be so angry. After about a minute I decided that deleting the post on FB and wanting to change it was silly, and I come to my disclaimer. To everyone on this show and every other show that we recap, we are giving our super sassy review and honest opinions of what we see on television. You are all wanting to be stars and think you are all fabulous…until someone tells you that you’re not, and then you get angry. If you cannot accept criticism and even an insult, don’t be on TV! And for myself, I’m only judging what I see on television and until I have some sort of interaction with you in real life I will ONLY talk about what you’ve done on the show. GOT IT?
This week on Drag Race we are left with lucky 7. The mini challenge this week was about reading, because it is what? REALLY embarrassing if they aren’t good. Like Phi Phi, oh girl. It was just painful. After a pretty painful library session, Latrice was named the winner and got to chose who gets what magazine. Oh yes, the challenge this week was to created your own Dragazine. It wasone of the weakest and lamest challenges I’ve ever seen on this show. What the heck does this have to do with being a Drag Superstar? So random. Anyway, it was all pretty weak so let’s just talk about the drama. Jiggly got health & fitness (shady Latrice heh) and everyone told her to do funny…except Phi Phi who told her to do it seriously if she believes in it.
“Survivor” did it after seven seasons, “The Amazing Race” aired one after ten and “America’s Next Top Model” took sixteen cycles before doing one. With only four seasons under its belt, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is already going the All-Star route. EW.com learned exclusively that Logo has greenlit the ultimate wig-to-wig battle royale. Here’s the best part. We won’t have to wait til 2013 to catch all the action. Logo is airing the All-Star season this Fall. Sadly, it’s only going to be six episodes, but I’m sure each one will be dragtastically entertaining.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race’” is a show that not only champions talent and artistry, but it’s also launched a new generation of entertainers that are working throughout America seven nights a week! Drag has come out of the closet, and it’s not going back!” – RuPaul
The cast for “All Stars: RuPaul’s Drag Race” won’t be revealed for a few months but fans of the show can have their voice heard. Starting today on Facebook, they can review all 46 previous contestants and vote for their favorite. The former queen who earns the most votes will earn one of the coveted spots on the All-Star season. I don’t know about you, but I have so many favorites I don’t know who to vote for. I’m hoping JuJuBee, Pandora Boxx, Nina Flowers, Manila Luzon and Alexis Mateo all score a slot. How bout you? Declare all your favorites below.
Yeah, that wasn’t the title of the episode but I thought it was WAY more fitting due to the Wet T Shirt contest and Pride (“Let’s Get Soakin Wet” is one of the biggest pride songs ever!)
We had a lot in this episode: A lot about the history of pride, a lot of Willam being absolutely brilliant (YES! I said it, so there), a lot of Jiggly’s forehead and a lot of shade from dearly departed Kenya Michaels.
The mini challenge this week was awesome! Wet T-Shirt contest. Each of the queens had to wear new tits courtesy of boobsforqueens.com. Those boobs are so expensive – have you BEEN to that site? Almost $1000 – HELLEAU! After watching the girls get drenched, my money was on DiDa and Willam. Willam mainly because well let’s face it, he’s a big ho (said with love gir), and Dida cause those tits were bouncing all over the place.
This is what it’s all about. The Snatch Game is the episode where we are going to be separating the boys from the true queens. To impersonate a character is tricky. You have to make sure you choose one that has a quirk that you can really play up. If you take a character and just make them a disaster that’s not cute as we saw. But I’m getting a bit ahead of myself so let’s start at the beginning.
The mini challenge this week had to do with chickens. I don’t really know it was kind of silly. Phi Phi won and got a phone call home, but she gave it to Chad to call his partner because it was their anniversary. Cute.
Enough about the mini challenge because this was ALL about the Snatch Game. Some of the stars they chose were great, and some were bad…
Oh yes…yes yes yes! I haven’t laughed so hard at an episode in SUCH a long time. I gotta tell ya if Latrice isn’t in your top queens honey she better be after this week.
The whole episode this week had to do with getting locked up, which was funny because Latrice actually was in the slammer. The mini challenge this week the queens had to pair up, get handcuffed and do each other’s faces for the mugshot. It was fabulous! Latrice and Milan did this amazing boobs out teeth missing thing, but it was Willam and Madame LaQueer who won…which I didn’t get. The blue paint or something. Whatever, Ru makes weird decisions.
Onto the main challenge. Show creator Max Mutchnick was the guest judge. The queen were split up into two groups and had to act out a scene from a sitcome. Each had a specific gag, Team Willam had jokes about nuts (like balls) and Team LaQueer had jokes about beavers (like vaginas). Get it? On team LaQueer, Dida shone like crazy. she was absolutely incredible. But it was Latrice Royale from team Willam stole the entire episode. Someone needs to snatch her up and put her on tv. She was SO funny as Large Marge I was DYING! She was clearly the winner already.
And we’re back! Week three, two queens gone and eleven to go. This week there was a really incredible special guest, PIYAH MARTELL who is a YouTube star. Piyah rose to fame on YouTube because she lip syncs and makes amazing music video in drag, but she has no legs. Hers is a story of triumph and it was a really great moment.
The mini challenge this week is to create a headpiece with a butterfly theme for her to wear in her next YouTube video. Phi Phi, Kenya & Jiggly won the mini challenge, but because Phi Phi and Kenya won a coin toss, they were the team captains for the main challenge…Infomercials for two Ru’s albums: Glamazon & Champion. The captain each chose their teams and surprisingly, LaQueen was chosen last. Um…didn’t she win last week’s challenge? Why was she picked last? And the clincher, Kenya didn’t even want her. She threw a little shade towards her too saying Puerto Rico was not happy with her, so she didn’t want her. HA! Just sprinkling that shade over the show, I’m starting to like Kenya a bit ;)
We’re back with Episode 2, racers! This week on RuPaul’s Drag Race we saw a lot of padding, a lot of backstory (in the untucked) and my drag race boyfriend BillyB was back on the judges table. After Jiggly did the ceremonial wiping of the mirror and after a read between the lines video message from Ru, we find out that the mini challenge is about padding that ass till you can’t pad it no more. Sharon Needles gave us a big tip by the way. When making your padding, shape it like Africa…fitting no?
Chad Michaels (yeay), Phi Phi Ohara (double yeay) and Willam were chosen as the winners and team captains for the next challenge, which is one of the best I’ve seen on the show. WRESTLING CHALLENGE! Three teams of four were made up, and those teams were split into Faces and Heels – The Good and the Bad team respectively. Madame LeQueer starting making excuses and I started rolling my eyes. I don’t get the whole excuses thing I really REALLY don’t, but when it came to show time she was amazing. Madame LaQueer and Chad took on Sharon Needles and Milan and the show was fabulous. Latrice Royale (triple yeay) was paired with Kenya and they took on Phi Phi and Lashauwn who really didn’t impress this week, although everyone else in the group did fabulous. Willam was paired with Dida and they took on Princess and Jiggly, this group was the worst. Anyone else notice that Jiggly is ONLY wearing her flat converse knee highs every week? I mean come on throw a heel on, you’re a drag queen.