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How Will the Eliminated Drag Race All Stars Get Their Revenge?

How Will the Eliminated 'Drag Race' All Stars Get Their Revenge?

How Will the Eliminated 'Drag Race' All Stars Get Their Revenge?

"Expect the unexpectable."

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Okay America, I'll say it. Naomi Smalls deserves to win the entire competition for her angelic Prince look alone!

Now that we got that out of the way, let's talk about last night's episode, 'Roast in Peace,' and the gag of the season.

After Monet X Change and Manila Luzon slay the Lady Bunny roast, RuPaul announces that all of the remaining four queens are up for elimination. The two comedy queens must battle it out in the lip sync to 'Jump To It' by Aretha Franklin to decide who goes home. Monet and Manila pull out all the stops for one of the funniest and evenly matched lip syncs of the season.

At the song's close, Ru eyes both queens and makes her decision. "Manila Luzon. Condragulations, you're a winner baby."

But just as Manila resigns herself to eliminating someone, Ru chimes in, "Monet X Change. Condragulations, you're also a winner baby."

Just to be clear, if there were one winner of the lip sync, it would've been Monet but the double win certainly plays up the drama. The two queens revel in their double win and that $5,000 cash tip, but it quickly dawns on them they could potentially send two girls home, depending on the name on each of their lipsticks. 

But Ru's got another trick up her sleeve. "With great power comes great responsibility... I should know. For tonight, no one is going home."

All Star rules are suspended until further notice and everyone sighs with relief. But why?

When the queens stumble back into the workroom, Lady Bunny pops up in the mirror All Stars 2 style and tells the queens to look behind them. They turn around and Gia Gunn, Latrice Royale, Jasmine Masters, and Alyssa Edwards Farrah Moan stand dressed as if in mourning.

Cue the dramatic music and Ru's cackling as we're left with a nerve-racking cliffhanger. 

To quote Alyssa Edwards:

In the next episode's preview, Latrice tells Monique that she's disingenuous, Gia confronts Trinity over... something, and Farrah's crying again, but most importantly, we watch all of the returning queens pull lipsticks out of the elimination box. Are they lip syncing? Why are they picking names? Who are they sending home? Are the eliminated queens challenging the old queens?

Ru's mirror message warned the remaining queens to "get ready to lipsync for your life, life, life, life." Repeating "life" four times was certainly intentional since there are four eliminated queens. My guess is Latrice, Gia, Farrah, and Jasmine will get to challenge the top queens to a one-on-one lipsync for your life and if any of them win, they'll snatch that queen's spot in the competition. 

Or maybe all four eliminated girls will lip-sync against each other in one lipsync royale battle and whoever wins gets to reveal their lipstick and snatch that queen's spot. 

Or maybe the runway will open up to reveal a cornucopia, a toll will sound, and all of the queens will have to fight til the death Hunger Games style. If that's the case, my money's on Monique. 

Once again:

Next time on Dragonball Z: whose names were on Manila and Monique's lipsticks? What exactly is Gia accusing Trinity of? Will Valentina's eyebrows ever return? What basement are they keeping Stacey Lane Matthews in and is anyone going to save her? What sick'ning runways does Naomi have planned for us? Will Farrah ever stop crying? Will Jasmine Masters come back and win the entire competition?

We'll have to wait til next Friday to find out....

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Taylor Henderson

Taylor Henderson is a PRIDE.com contributor. This proud Texas Bama studied Media Production/Studies and Sociology at The University of Texas at Austin, where he developed his passions for pop culture, writing, and videography. He's absolutely obsessed with Beyoncé, mangoes, and cheesy YA novels that allow him to vicariously experience the teen years he spent in the closet. He's also writing one! 

Taylor Henderson is a PRIDE.com contributor. This proud Texas Bama studied Media Production/Studies and Sociology at The University of Texas at Austin, where he developed his passions for pop culture, writing, and videography. He's absolutely obsessed with Beyoncé, mangoes, and cheesy YA novels that allow him to vicariously experience the teen years he spent in the closet. He's also writing one!