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Drag Race All Stars 6's Latest Lip Sync Was One of the Best in History

Drag Race All Stars 6's Latest Lip Sync Was One of the Best in History

A true lip-sync assassin!



We aren't going to lie: when RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars five introduced the idea of lip-sync assassins returning to compete against each weeks' winner for a cash tip, we weren't particularly impressed. We did get some fun performances and a handful of undeniable assassins but on the whole we were left feeling a little ... meh. Well for All Stars six, it seems like RuPaul and the show's casting directors took the notes and made some changes.

For the first three episodes of the season we've gotten undeniable lip sync assassin after assassin. And for the latest episode? Whew! 

To be clear when Trinity K. Bonet won the maxi challenge of the week, it was clear that this was going to be a lip sync for the books. She is one of the best performers in the franchise's history, and with her first win we were sure sue would be riding on a high. And while that may have been the case, Laganja Estranja was on a (medicated) high of her own, pulling a jump split for her entrance before putting on what was undoubtedly one of the best lip sync sin show history. It gave musicality, stunts, shows, and a two-part reveal. 

The thing about the lip sync assassins is that sometimes it feels that the stakes aren't very high for them. We still don't know what they get if they win besides bragging rights and screen time. But that seemed immaterial for Estranja who performed like it was truly her legacy on the line and she was dead set on stamping her legacy.

And that she did. 

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