Moving on and Ru tries to make a joke about how we’ll have to wait until the premiere of Drag U to find out WDWD, but the audience starts to turn ugly so time to bring out Willam to give the producer-authorized version of what happened. Pit Crew carries her out kicking and what is this I see?
She’s married, Pit Crew Shawn. Per Willam, hubby didn’t believe she was going to Europe to shoot some crappy horror movie, followed her to the hotel and kept having conjugal visits throughout shooting. Which is probably part of the truth since it is in the boilerplate contract that contestants are not to divulge they’re participating in the show, even if producers contact family members during shooting, but I’ll just leave it at that. Because let’s enjoy the splendor that is Willam:
Always plugging those stickers. Then Ru actually manages to throw Willam out of character by telling her that she was disappointed to have to let Willam go because she thought Willam could go all the way in the competition, and wonders if she has any regrets. Willam, showing why so many people love her, acknowledges she wanted to be flippant but after such kind words…just says she could win the next time.
Willam’s sincere look. Ru, sensing a kindred spirit, gets really serious with Willam, because this last question is important. Does she have anything to plug? Yes, a remix of her single and hands Ru a “scented” sticker. It smells like sticker. Heh. Then Ru sends her off with sage words of wisdom: Keep breaking rules, just not my rules.
Time to talk to Latrice Motherfuckin’ Royale.
The bigger hair really balances out…her big head. Since Latrice wasn’t exactly a shrinking violet on the show, her segment doesn’t cover any new ground but she does give us some words to live by, “It’s okay to make mistakes. It’s okay to fall down. Get up, look sickening, and make them eat it.” Then she reads a sweet letter from a viewer who says her daughter is dealing with bullies at school by channeling her inner Latrice and Ru lets us know that Latrice will be on Drag U because Ru’s still got to make that money, honey.
You don’t have to tell Ru twice. And now…time to bring out the top three.
Did Sharon intentionally coordinate her hair to Phi Phi’s & Chad’s wigs? Ru gives them a moment to soak up the applause then launches right into asking why Phi Phi and Sharon had such a difficult relationship on the show. Sharon doesn’t even bother to filter herself. She says she can get along with almost anyone as long as she finds a redeeming quality, but she just couldn’t find one in Phi Phi. Ouch, that one’s going to leave a mark.
Even with your Ouija board? Phi Phi tries to turn it around and blame Sharon for her shitty attitude, claiming Sharon was condescending but she loves her now and Willam decides to follow Sharon’s lead and “coughs” Bullshit. Note, Willam wasn’t even defending herself at this point. Ride or die, queen! The rest just laugh, while the audience cheers and Sharon and Chad share a moment of “Oh no she di’nt.”
Seriously, look how cute Sharon and Chad are. Ru, wanting to lower the temperature of the room cuts to Chad to see what she has to say, since she defended Phi Phi throughout the competition. But Chad’s not going to be the mediator anymore and points out that she was never around for Phi Phi’s worst behavior, but was appalled at how personal the attack on Willam was. True to nature, Phi Phi keeps looking for external reasons rather than just saying “Yes, I sucked.”