RuPaul's Drag Race *SPOILERS*

Swish Swish is an interesting choice because any sort of pop song like it seems to favor Monet. But Jinkx can make that so funny that I can see it going to her. For the first time in awhile i'm actually not really sure which way it'll go.
Except the season has seemed to be Jinkx's to lose so she'll probably take it.
 
Swish Swish is an interesting choice because any sort of pop song like it seems to favor Monet. But Jinkx can make that so funny that I can see it going to her. For the first time in awhile i'm actually not really sure which way it'll go.
Except the season has seemed to be Jinkx's to lose so she'll probably take it.

There needs to be some extremely heavy lifting in the final 2 weeks for Monet to be perceived as a viable winner.
 
There needs to be some extremely heavy lifting in the final 2 weeks for Monet to be perceived as a viable winner.
I mean, Monet's track record in the back half of the season is:

Girl Groups: High (probably 3rd place, realistically)
Sewing: High
Acting: Safe
Branding: Win
Roast: High (I'm really curious to see how Trinity is Top 2 over Monet)
Variety Show: Win
Finale: Top 2

They've really screwed up the editing, Monet has the best (by far) track record in the back half of the season but they haven't given her that edit.
 
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The potential cast is tightening up now to likely:

- Alexis Michelle
- Heidi N Closet
- Jaymes Mansfield
- Jessica Wild
- Jimbo
- Kahanna Montrese
- Kandy Muse
- Lala Ri
- Monica Beverly Hills
- Mrs Kasha Davis
- Naysha Lopez
- Darienne Lake
- Lineysha Sparx

Fans are now speculating that Plastique has joined this cast and the season will have a Fan Favourite Vs. Early Out theme.
 
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She got through her season on her Charisma for the most part.

This feels a bit revisionist. Adore's time on the show was the natural progression of where the show was headed. Just as Tyra led to Raja, and Raja led to Sharon, and Sharon led to Jinkx, etc. The franchise's turn away from 'traditional' pageantry to other styles of drag was always going to lead to a queen from social media.

Adore was basically the proto-type of Aquaria. Someone who got into drag from wanting to be on the show, the first queen to really understand engagement and branding, etc. Alaska *maybe* usurped her a bit with the latter, but part of Adore's online antics in applying for the S5 fan vote and increasing her profile for S6 showed that.

I think a lot of what Adore brought to the show gets lost due to the fact that so many who would come later would then improve and build on it, but she was largely into uncharted territory. Even if you try to reduce her down to a performer and musician, there's really no other drag music that compares nearly 10 years later:


 
Alexis isn’t an early out but is she really a fan favourite?

Let's ask the audience.

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