AFTERBUZZ TV – RuPaul’s Drag Race edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Logo’s RuPaul’s Drag Race. In this show, host Kenny Harrison breaks down the season 4 episode “WTF! Wrestling’s Trashiest Fighters” in which Women’s wrestling challenge, an homage to G.L.O.W.. Further to the mini-challenge, the queens were separated into three teams headed by the mini-challenge winners, and were asked to create a wrestling storyline and to choreograph a match, to be performed in front of the judges and a live audience. In addition, the teams had to split into binomials : the nice girls, or Faces, and the bad girls, or Heels. The girls were also asked to walk the runway in their best “girly-girl” couture. Team Chad wins the challenge, with Chad and Madame being declared the overall winners, for their portrayal of the “Bitch Kickers”. They both win a set of wigs, yet with two sharing the win, no immunity is given this week. The remaining two teams receive varied amounts of criticism, with Phi Phi, Kenya, and Latrice getting the better of the crititques, and the judges noting their positive performances. Jiggly is called out by several of her competiors for lacking in the competition, however, the four of them are all called safe. It is then revealed DiDa, Willam, Lashauwn, and The Princess are the bottom four of the week. The judges thought that Willam’s wresting looked fake, but she is safe. DiDa’s dress was not appreciated and Billy B. added that she got the “girl that sort of walk around the ring thing”, but her wrestling was weak. Lackluster performances by Lashauwn, who seemed not to take the challenge seriously, and The Princess, who didn’t step up and tried to act mean, land them in the bottom two. During the lip-synch elimination, Lashauwn commits several drag offenses during the routine, most noticeably kicking off her heels at the start of the song. Ultimately, these combined with a fairly pale lip-sync performance sends her packing, with Ru telling The Princess to stay. NBA alums Rick Fox and John Salley are the guest judges for an episode with a women’s-wrestling theme. There to help Kenny are co-hosts Cameron Marston, Courtney Stewart, Jacque Borowski, and Natalie Vratney. It’s RuPaul’s Drag Race’s “WTF! Wrestling’s Trashiest Fighters” podcast.
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