Evil has invaded the Werk Room on RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 Episode 11.
Beware, Drag Race fans! For the latest Maxi Challenge, the drag queens' evil twins found their way to set to bring out the insecurities these contestants have had all season. In fact, it was an eye-opening week.
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The queens were tasked with bringing two looks to life: (1) Their good persona which highlighted happiness, and (2) their evil twin that took joy in making fun of their fears and anxieties. In a split-screen runway, both characters were judged by walking the catwalk together. But, who's evil twin won for the side of darkness?
Kameron Michaels found her way to the bottom yet again, but this time she faced off against Miz Cracker. In the end, Miz Cracker was eliminated from the competition.
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Also making up the round included a food-themed Mini Challenge and a therapy session between all of the contestants.
Below, we picked out 13 moments from "Evil Twins" that made us see double (and want to rewatch some more)! What was your favorite moment?
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 airs Thursdays on VH1 at 8/7c.
I Was Wrong
Michelle Visage is a tough judge on the panel. She knows what she likes, and she's not afraid to tell the queens if they're not hitting their marks. So, it was surprising to see when she admitted that she was wrong about her judgment. The joke may have been cheesy, but the entire moment was nice to see.
Go Away, Buffet!
The food-inspired Mini Challenge made no sense in the realm of RuPaul's Drag Race. The game can sit in the same category as the pageant doll makeover and the outdoor busking. Still, the queens had to compete. Seeing both Aquaria and Eureka respond differently to the challenge was hilarious. While one was disgusted being near the food, the other was living for the moment.
Every queens starts from somewhere with their first performance. We finally learned the truth about the queens and where they came from when they started drag. Based on their stories, look at how far they've come!
Kameron Michaels couldn't pronouse "Saboteur." It's an easy word to say, but she kept going off into different directions with her pronounciation. Luckily RuPaul's Drag Race isn't a game of deception or sneaky roles; she would never live it down if it was a weekly role.
With only five contestants left in the competition, the game has become increasingly tough. RuPaul wants the remaining contestants to hit their stride and be at the top of their game. She ignored any vague comments and instead delivered direct feedback that pushed these queens to go deeper with their negative comments and insecurities. We need more of THIS RuPaul.
Asia's Evil Twin
Asia went for the jugular with the performance of her evil twin. She knew exactly where to cut deep and what to say to really get the point across. "North Korea" (her evil twin character) might've been the most evil of all the fake twins from the round.