RuPaul’s Drag Race’s final challenge includes filming the “Sissy That Walk” music video and some Jon Lovitz-style ACTIIIIIING!
The girls enter the Werkroom after Miss Crème’s elimination and find her hilariously long-ass message on the mirror. Darienne wipes down the mirror and is not devastated to see Miss Crème go. Adore, meanwhile, is annoyed that Courtney said she should go home on the main stage, which was unnecessary since Courtney amended it to be Darienne afterward. In short, these queens are shady, shady hoes.
The next day after SheMail, Michelle Visage graces the Werkroom with her presence and gives the final challenge assignment: to star in the annual RuPaul music video! This year is “Sissy That Walk,” which we’ve been hearing on the runway all season. The girls will learn choreography (or “sissyography”) and act in two scenes, as well as attending the Tic-Tac luncheon with RuPaul.
The hot sissyographer shows up, which makes Darienne cream her jeans, and teaches the girls the combination. Bianca laughs off her mistakes while Courtney, who is a natural sissy-dancer, throws shade about it. Darienne is a bit of a disaster with the sissyography, bless her heart.
Courtney goes to the Tic-Tac luncheon with RuPaul and talks with poor grammar about how amazing she thinks she is. No joke. I know Courtney probably doesn’t eat desserts, but she needs to choke down a giant slice of humble pie.
Darienne’s Tic-Tac luncheon quickly turns into a Dr. Phil episode when Darienne talks about her conservative family’s disapproval of her lifestyle, and Ru encourages Darienne to work on loving herself. Because if you can’t love yourself, how the hell you gonna stop talking shit about BenDeLaCreme for no good reason?