We're all searching for love in this crazy dramatic world. But, in the case of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season 3 Episode 3, we needed a major break from that reality and just make fun of the dating contestants we see on reality TV.
The queens assumed the role of a contestant on "The B*tchelor," a parody and nod to The Bachelor/The Bachelorette franchise. They whipped out their comedy skills to win the heart of Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (he plays Jay on Lifetime's UnReal). We saw characters ranging from the virgin to the party girl to the needy girl.
In Milk's case, she overacted in her role as the stalker. She pushed the limits too much and was the queen kicked out by Kennedy Davenport!
Also featured in the hour was a runway wig challenge inspired by RuPaul's Drag Race Season 5 queen Roxxy Andrews, an argument broke out between Milk and Kennedy, and Trixie reflected on her past performances.
We picked out nine favorite moments from "The B*tchelor" that we laughed at and loved. What was your favorite moment?
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season 3 airs Thursdays on VH1 at 8/7c.
Shangela Sees The Wheels Turning
Shangela is assuming her role as Queen of Dragons. She is playing to win and analyzing the competitions' strategies; one of those such players is Ben DeLaCreme. I loved that, with one cutting look and confessional, Shangela analyzed Ben's complete game and knew what the comedy queen was doing by playing the nice card. That strategy will only work for so long...until Shangela makes her move.
Not My Time
Chi Chi is having a rough time on RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season 3. She is in the bottom for the third time this season and nothing she's doing is helping her to advance farther. Her taking the time to reflect on her place in the game gave us a new perspective into Chi Chi's mind. It also made us relate to her as the underdog and someone we want to support. While she might not win the title, she is evaluating her life and she'll be stronger from this.
Aja is serving fun, fashion and anime realness. Her wig-in-wig-in-wig outfit had an equal mix of surpise and Sailor Moon. I loved her first plastic outfit on the runway and the moment when she pulled off the wig to reveal her different coloured hairpiece. Aja is bringing it on the runway!
Kennedy Davenport vs. Milk
Did none of the queens watch RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season 2? Why are they openly saying who they would eliminate?! Milk dug herself a BIG hole when she said she would've kicked out Kennedy. The dancing diva was still in the competition and she made matters even worse by criticizing Kennedy's drag style. These two have worked together before and they were friends; that might not be the case now that the season is over. Kudos to Kennedy for standing up for herself. She didn't let Milk drag her name and she knows that the artistic queen wasn't truly her friend.
RuPaul's Longing Looks
RuPaul is VERY invested in her work; she takes her work as a host seriously, even when she's out of drag. The way RuPaul kept sending suggestive, and hilariously inappropriate, looks to Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman was perfect. It provided so much humor to an already amazing skit. Plus, the added element of Pearl's iconic "Do I have something on my face?" line was everything.
The Fake B*tch
It's a shame that Trixie Mattel wasn't in the Top 2 during RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season 3 Episode 3 because her role as "The Fake B*tch" was flawlessly done. If you ignore Milk cutting in every few seconds, Trixie does an amazing job channeling a character that we all know in real life. Some of the lines alone are enough to make a list of memorable Trixie quotes.
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