This week on RuPaul’s Drag Race, the ladies tested out their best celebrity impersonations — with mixed results. As judge Michelle Visage pointed out to Delta Work, if you’re going to do Cher, “bitch, you better deliver Cher!” Below, a photographic recap of the action:
Shangela is not feeling Manila's brand of Asian-stereotype humor. "They're making this a race thing!" Manila huffs. Well, grrrrl, it kind of is, isn't it?
It's time to play #@*% RuPaul Says! Delta Work gives the international signal for "Two Piece and a Biscuit."
Snatch Game will test the queens' best celebrity impersonations. Ru's muted response here pretty much sums up our response to an underbaked Tyra Banks impression by Raja, former makeup artist for America's Next Top Model.
Why can't we give Mariah the respect that she's entitled to? Maybe because her Joan Crawford impression is nothing more than eyebrows and a wooden hanger. Tiiiina, bring us the axe!
To be fair, Manila Luzon's Imelda Marcos is only marginally better. A pair of shoes does not a punch line make!
Who'd have guessed Alexis Mateo's butch, pregnant Alicia Keys -- and her unabashed flirtation with guest judge Amber Rose -- would be the episode's comic highlight?
Runner-up? Stacy Layne Matthews' Monique. "A bitch knows I'm hungry as hell!" For the RuPaul's Drag Race Title, that is.
Rah, rah, Raj-ah-ah! Oooh-ah, ooh-ah-ah! Raja, oh la la! Girl work the run-way!
Two queens enter. One queen forgets her lyrics. And, no, "Elephant shoe, honey, cantaloupe, and shalaba-laba tuna" is not going to cut it, Miss Mariah.
As part of her penance, Mariah will write the lyrics to Jody Watley's "Looking for a New Love" 100 times across the work-room mirror. Hasta la vista, baby!
What did you think of this week’s Drag Race? Sound off in the comments!