didn't deafen you when she found out that RuPaul's Drag Race would be a "double D" cup tonight with the finale episode AND a reunion show! Methinks Miss G has died and gone to heaven!
SPOILER ALERT- If you ain't watched your DVR'a yet, what the hell you waitin' for? Stop reading and go watch, or Miss G's gonna spoil it for ya!
Miss G got kinda nervous for a while toward the beginning of the show when the producers started really pumping the whole Rebecca Glascock thing. It's like, on Top Chef, you can tell who's going home after the 1st 15 minutes because they keep showing the same person in various stages of vulnerability. But this is RuPaul, so I was really worried they were going to f%$k with us! Turns out, Rebecca was a loser wiht a capital "L"! And if the screwed up challenges and being late for her video weren't nail in the coffin enough, her tic tac lunch with Ru was enough to put her Six Feet Under.
I loved me some Nina Flowers all along! She's such a sweetie, and a truly beautiful person. When I saw her look in the first episode Miss G thought "Oh, I'm not gonna like her!", but she quickly won me over with her humor, soul, style, and her clever sense of self. I think we will see more of Miss Nina Flowers on national TV. I certainly hope so!
On to the reunion show, Miss G was charmed by Pork Chop and a bit disappointed in Miss Tammie Brown. Pork Chop was charming, gracious, and elegant. Tammie, who Miss G resespects for her respect of 40's glamour, came across a bitter, shallow, and tacky. Miss G is no longer a fan, she hates to say.
And then there's Shanell. God love Shanell! How many people do we know like her, who are blessed with the beauty of a goddess, the talent of a Barrymore, and the self-esteem of a circus flea! She is a hot man and a gorgeous babe, but she is so insecure that she needs to be told that 24/7? Honey, we didn't get into this because it would make the world love us! We got into it to say to the world: "go f&^^k yourself if you don't like what you see!" You need to practice the lipsync to this song, girl:
Anyho, Miss Bebe Zahara Benet won the crown, and I think she totally deserved it. She had poise, talent, and showmanship (showwomanship?) beyond compare, and she showed versatility, class, and style! Plus, she showed "Cleverness, Uniqueness, Nerve, and Talent",
which is what the world looks for in a drag queen!
Congrats, Miss Bebe Zahara Benet! I consider it an honor to call you "my Queen!"