Drag Race's Pearl Has Floated From Heaven to Grace the Cover of Dazed 

PEARL WAS ROBBED, OKURRRRR? The Brooklyn drag queen has been living out the injustices of having not won last season’s RuPaul’s Drag Race DESPITE being the most lovely queen and sexiest boy and spiritually closest to everyone’s favorite ‘luded-out housewives in Valley of the Dolls. But now, the best Brits over at Dazed

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Behold: Two of the Best RuPaul's Drag Race Skits Ever, Via John Waters

On Monday night, beloved director and gross-out camp icon John freaking Waters was one of the guest judges on Drag Race. In honor of his blessed presence, RuPaul brought out the big guns: the queens were tasked to reenact scenes from iconic Waters movies starring none other than Divine—in musical form. It resulted in…

Watch RuPaul's Queens Impersonate Big Ang, Little Richard and Adele

For RuPaul's Drag Race fans, the "Snatch Game" episode is basically our birthdays. Based on the old game show The Match Game—a choice which hearkens back to Ru's obsession with television of the '70s and '80s—each queen is tasked with impersonating a personality of their choice and competing in a fashion…

Q&A: RuPaul's Drag Race's Mrs. Kasha Davis and Her BFF Alicia

Behind every successful queen is a good queen, and nowhere is this truer than in the best friendship of RuPaul's Drag Race star Mrs. Kasha Davis (aka Ed Popil) and her real-life best friend Alicia O'Donnell. As Davis sashays her way towards the finish line in a flurry of personality and '80s Liz Taylor realness, it's…

The Best Looks From This Week's RuPaul's Drag Race

This was the week in which the queens were tested in their acting skills—the episode which, despite Michelle Visage's decree that "girl you are a drag queen, you are experienced in acting," inevitably ends up in a shitshow of epic proportions. And this season, the tragedies were literally Shakespearean, as Ru…

RuPaul's Drag Race: Last Night's Best 'Glamazonian Airways' Looks

Now that it's the second episode and we're beginning to meander into the gooey pink insides of the meat of RuPaul's Drag Race, the queens are starting to show their true colors—and almost always, that color is the snippy, grabby hue of cattiness. Yes, I know I just mixed a metaphor. My brain is just so rattled by all…