RuPaul introduces the queens from the Ace Hotel in L.A. All of the eliminated queens are together virtually.
A montage of the season is aired.
Kahmora Hall discusses her highlights and lowlights of her time in the competition. "Giving Him Something He Can Feel" by En Vogue is her lip-sync music video. She's in a bubble bath and getting ready for a date.
A fan cam is shown of Gottmik arriving at the theater and being asked questions about herself/the competition.
Joey Jay discusses her time in the competition. She talks about being eliminated early and her comedy. She lightly teases the flirtation from Kandy Muse. "I Want You Back" from *NSYNC is her lip-sync music video. She performs with drag impersonations of the boyband members. Lance Bass does a cameo in the video.
A fan cam is shown of Rose arriving at the theater. She's asked questions about herself and the competition; she makes lots of jokes.
Tamisha Iman discusses her time in the competition. She talks about her competing after having cancer, her past with Lala Ri, and her drama with Kandy Muse.
"Arrogant" by Tamisha Iman is her lip-sync music video. She performs to her original song and dances with background singers with masks.
Kahmora Hall, Joey Jay, and Tamisha Iman answer fan questions. Tamisha hasn't told her kids she does drag yet. Kahmora answers a tree question, and Joey is wearing big hair.
A fan cam is shown of Kandy Muse arriving at the theater and being asked questions about herself/the competition.
Lala Ri discusses her time in the competition. She talks about her terrible bag look, her past with Tamisha Iman, and her real-life experiences. "Bad Bitch Tip" by Lala Ri ft. Ocean Kelly is her lip-sync music video. She performs her original song and showcases her music video.
A fan cam is shown of Symone arriving at the theater and being asked questions about herself/the competition.
Elliott with 2 Ts discusses her time in the competition. She talks about her multiple eliminations, her passion for dance, Kahmora hating her voice, and how she grew in the competition. "Hideaway" by Kiesza is her lip-sync music video. Elliott performs with two background dancers in an abandoned club.
Elliott With 2 Ts and Lala Ri answer fan questions. Lala Ri reveals she loves a good sense of humor in a man, and Elliott says she was the dancing queen.
Denali discusses her time in the competition. She talks about the early elimination, her roller-coaster performance, winning a Maxi Challenge, and her friendship with Rose. Unseen footage is shown of RuPaul complimenting Denali's lip-sync and her butt. "How You Like That" by BLACKPINK is her lip-sync music video. She does a performance while lip-syncing on ice and skating around.
The queens play "Toot or Boot." Joey Jay and Lala Ri toot Utica's bag ball look. Tina Burner and Tamisha Iman toot Kahmora dragon train look. Joey Jay and Olivia Lux boot Elliott's flamingo look. Tamisha refuses to answer Kandy's alien look. Joey and Lala Ri love Symone's durag look. Olivia, Tamisha, and Utica boot Tina Burner's red, orange, and yellow color palette. The queens talk about similar looks.
The queens surprisingly toot (and some boots) Lala Ri's bag ball outfit. RuPaul awards her with the first annual Golden Boot Award.
Tina Burner discusses her time in the competition. She talks about her fashion looks, the disco challenge, her makeover challenge on Rose, and her friendship with the Mean Girls. "Turn It & Burn It" by Tina Burner is her lip-sync music video. She performs with other New York queens in the red, orange, and yellow color palette.
Denali and Tina Burner ask fan questions. Tina is closer friends with Rose, Denali wants to start an ice show, and the weirdest thing that happened was that Tina didn't win a challenge.
Symone, Gottmik, Kandy Muse, and Rose reunited in the lounge. Symone has a new hair color and the queens are gagging over the upcoming looks. The Final 4 queens see the stage for the first time; RuPaul chats with them and the queens reveal they're close friends.
Utica discusses her time in the competition. She talks about her innovative runways, her terrible Snatch Game, and her bombing the Roast challenge. "You Should Be Sad" by Halsey is her lip-sync music video. She performs trapped in a web of yarn and cutting the pieces with scissors.
Olivia Lux discusses her time in the competition. She talks about her looks, being a polite diva, winning her challenges, and getting asked the question of who should go home. "I'm Goin' Down" by Mary J. Blige is her lip-sync music video. She performs at a piano and does a sensual number in a silhouette.
Utica and Olivia Lux answer fan questions. Utica talks about her facial expressions being asked if she smoked weed, and Olivia confirmed she went on a date with Utica.
RuPaul chooses Lala Ri and Denali as her favorite lip-sync assassins. Both queens will go head-to-head in a lip-sync smackdown for charity; the winner will get a donation to the charity of their choice. "Be My Lover" by Labouche is the lip-sync song. Both brought plenty of energy, expressions, and movement.
Denali wins the lip-sync. She wins a $10,000 donation to her charity. Lala Ri gets a $5,000 donation to the charity of her choice.
Unseen footage is shown of the Final 4 explaining why they should win Drag Race.