On RuPaul Drag Race, stand-up comedy is one of the most difficult tasks. The queens were under intense duress from the judges to come up with a funny stand-up routine. All the gags are desired.
In the most recent comedic episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 15, Episode 11, it was demonstrated how some queens could succeed (or fail) in the circumstances.
This week marks the first time all season that 90-minute shows have been broadcast, so there will undoubtedly be plenty of action throughout.
After Loosey and Luxx argue over Loosey’s baby bump in her Beyonce outfit at the workroom table to start episode 11, we’ll quickly go over what happens next in this article.
Although the queens conduct stand-up comedy in couples, there is occasionally drama due to an irregular number of queens. Guest evaluators include comedian Ali Wong (Ali Wong: Baby Cobra).
They received a mini challenge this week, which was enjoyable; it’s a vogue ball, which the show hasn’t featured as a task since season one, though they frequently draw influence from ballroom and songs like “Paris is Burning” in particular.
RuPaul arrives to welcome the judges, Michelle, Ts Madison, as well as Ali Wong, and present the Bubly Comedy Festival while sporting a mini dress reminiscent of Paco Rabanne and a thick blonde mane. Marcia’s routine is rather boring despite the show’s fantastic premise that it compares Marcia’s experience to puberty. With well-paced and organized jokes, Loosey and Luxx perform significantly better.
They demonstrate the value of having a companion to bounce ideas off of. With Anetra and Sasha’s awkward dynamic, it is difficult to see the advantages of working with a partner. It appears as though they were attempting to combine several disparate ideas. Salina and Mistress conclude the performance.
For a brief time, all the competitors stay on stage to receive feedback. It is evident from the task that Loosey and Luxx are at the top, Mistress and Salina are in the middle, and Marica, Anetra, and Sasha are at the bottom.
Regarding the runway, everyone receives positive feedback from the evaluators, except for Marcia and Salina.
Loosey and Luxx receive a double victory from the judges, which is just. Giving Luxx the victory on her own and waiting to see how Loosey reacted might have been a more erratic decision. Mistress and Salina are secure. Marcia, Anetra, and Sasha, who finished first in the season, make up the lowest three.
After struggling with the challenge and the runway, Marcia must be hoping for a repeat of the amazing tongue sync between Anetra as well as Sasha, but she already knows her destiny. Anetra is forced to lip-sync for her life while Sasha is saved. Anetra’s confessional informs Marcia before they begin that she will soon “show you who is master, bitch.” The address seems a little bit excessively aggressive before it is disclosed that the lip-synced song is “Boss Bitch” by Doja Cat.
Watch the upcoming show on MTV on March 17 at 8 PM ET. Visit MTV.com to stay up to current on RuPaul’s Drag Race and come back for more episode summaries! The upcoming episode 12 of “Wigloose: The Russical” takes place in West Bumtuck, a small community where drag has been declared illegal. To stop the bigots, a clandestine alliance develops. Guest evaluators include country music superstar Orville Peck.
|Luxx Noir London||TBA|
|Mistress Isabelle Brooks||TBA|
|Loosey LaDuca||5th place|
|Salina EsTitties||6th Place|
|Marcia Marcia Marcia||7th place|
|Malaysia Babydoll Foxx||8th place|
|Aura Mayari||11th place|
|Robin Fierce||12th place|
|Princess Poppy||15th place|
|Irene Dubois||16th place|