RuPaul’s Kitten Girls Aren’t Playful on Fridays Drag racingand the show is sure to capture every last glimpse of the film.
But it’s not Daya Betty and DeJa SkyIt’s a little scuffle that we’re here to discuss. [Extreme Trinity the Tuck voice] No ma’am. We’re breaking that ugly screen in Untie between this week’s two lows… before they knew they were the last two groups.
In fact, back it up a bit first: This week’s unique design challenge asks the remaining 10 queens to build runway-ready outfits using items Michelle Visage ordered goods from Glamazon while in Glambien. (The commitment to them on this show remains unmatched.)
In recognition of their merits, some queens have managed to convert Michelle’s drug purchases into truly incredible performances. Lady Camden got off to a good start by transforming into a cotton candy fairy, complete with wings made of tent poles and nets; Willow Pill brought us “under the bed monster drama” by conveying a child’s nightmare; and Angela Paris VanMichaels elevate the little black dress to something that suits Carrington.
But it was Jorgeous who really won the hearts of the judges this week. “I’m feeling like I’m eating Shakira oats right now,” she said as she walked down the runway in a triumphant ensemble handcrafted from curtains, pillowcases and cookie cutters. Daya claims that Jorgeous’s look isn’t “top material,” but to be fair, Daya is probably unlikely to see Jorgeous from behind alongside the other safety queens.
However, two looks that the judges weren’t crazy about Maddy Morphosis“The Hometown Dress Made of Rags,” was so ugly that the judges suspected she used the stand to distract them from the outfit, and Kennedie Jasmine“messy”, too complicated creation. (“Hats for you!” Carson Kressley told her. “I mean, no, take it off.”)
Naturally, Maddy feels nervous about landing at the bottom again, but that’s not the only thing that upsets her. “I’m not going home to Jasmine,” she said, “especially not after what happened in Untie. “Then we catch a glimpse of two queens going to look at it like feral cats in the werkroom. Is it a bit jarring to see a “flashback” of something that hasn’t aired yet? Total. But does it guarantee that more viewers will watch this week’s aftermarket show? You bet.
This is what happened Untie: After correctly predicting that she and Jasmine will be the bottom of this week, Maddy declares, “I already sent a bitch home, so for now I just need to focus on bringing Jasmine home. … I know my pull, I know what I present. I won’t go home tonight. “Maddy tried to make it clear that she was about to give up lip-syncing, not that she didn’t take Jasmine seriously, but it was too late.
“I’m not worried about this lip-syncing,” Jasmine replied. “I do this every day in New York City. This is my bread and butter. So I’m not going to go into the game worrying about Maddy, or worrying about anyone else.” When Maddy threw a little “You should” at her, clapping was quick in response. “Should I? About what? All tea, girl.”
Since that time, gloves have been taken off. Maddy brings up the story of how much the judges hate Jasmine’s look, Jasmine gives Maddy’s hateful achievement, Maddy calls Jasmine out for talking too much, it’s a mess. (And I wouldn’t be surprised if “Let’s Have Your Moment!” was included in the intro of the future Untie seasons.)
Cut back on this week’s lip-sync, now with all the necessary context: I was hoping for a full-blown showdown between these two, but Maddy simply didn’t carry it. No doubt Jasmine mops the floor with her, using every trick in the book to match the tune of Beyoncé’s “Suga Mama”. So it’s no surprise that Maddy was told to let sashay go. And with nothing but chocolate inside the wrap, Maddy’s time is up.
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