If you’re sitting at home, thinking what to do with this Innovative Learning Week, fear no more: I have the perfect show for you. Ru Paul’s Drag Race may be the best thing that has ever happened. The show’s concept is not too unlike America’s Next top Model, but this time we have drag queens.
Hosted by Ru Paul, the show takes us through meeting all the queens, and getting to know both the queen and the man behind the queen. Eliminations happen every episode and so a set of tasks are created to see what these queens have got. The tasks range from making an outfit, to acting, singing and dancing. Then, at the end of the show, we see the final product.
The show’s conclusion features a catwalk to end all catwalks, with celebrity judges brought in to help Ru Paul and his team. The judges then pick two queens whom they felt did not make the grade, and they are told to ‘lip sync for their lives’. A song is played and the lip syncing begins.
This show is a must for anyone who needs a bit of sass in their life.
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