Wow, what an episode! Despite all the fighting and the drama (which was pretty great, itself), lets all come together and dance like maniacs while Latrice Royale "takes us to church," singing "Jesus is a Biscuit." Holy. It was really Latrice's episode to shine, and she deserved it. Did everyone love her performance as Marge, the prison guard, as much as me? There were too many great lines from the challenge, but my favorite was when Latrice told us: "I was tapping into some serious acting talent, because Marge doesn't like nuts, but Latrice does."
What a glorious queen, right? And no, I didn't even come close to capturing the magnificence of Latrice.
Seeing Sharon in her beaver outfit was pretty great, too--I especially loved her squeaky voice and cartoonish make-up. I was very tempted to draw her that way, but opted for her catwalk look, instead.
This season, most of the catwalk themes seem like an afterthought--to both the producers and most of the queens. But Sharon came out full of old school sitcom energy, channeling Carol Burnett as a vampire lord.I liked a lot of the runway looks this week, and it was hard choosing just a few to draw. Ultimately, I picked the ones I thought would be the most fun to depict--predictably enough, I love big, geometric shapes, feathers, and shiny things!
I also loved Chad Michaels' look, but only had the time to do this quick little doodle: Chad is such a great queen, talented performer, and gracious human being. I hope he starts getting more screen time as the season progresses!
I was very, very sad to see Madame La Queer go, but at least we were treated to a pretty amazing "lip sync for your life" that none of us will soon forget.
Seriously, Milan? Those moves were crazy. Like, I don't even... I can't...
I was delighted and astonished and a little baffled.
Perhaps Willam put it best when he described Milan's show-stopping, stage-crossing slide this way:
"He swiffered the floor with his taint."
What, and next week is The Snatch Game?