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Honey goes into her social worker mode and says she thinks that as gay people they have to go through things that enable them to grow in ways that straight people don’t. Alyssa lets us know she just wished her father could have accepted her dancing because it’s hard having your father trying to take away your joy. In interview Alyssa says they never had that father son relationship. But Alyssa found her way through becoming a choreographer and is now grateful to be able to share “her gift” with the world. Okay, it was a little melodramatic but good for Alyssa.
Moving on to Coco’s
pathology cry for attention latest drama with Jade. Seems Jade hasn’t been her BFF since Coco left her hanging in the pick’em. But rather than say “Hey Jade, sorry I didn’t pick you,” Coco watches Jade walk past then whines…to ALYSSA…that Jade walked right past without making those stupid hand hearts that I blame Taylor Swift for. (When in doubt, I blame Taylor Swift FOR EVERYTHING. But seriously, world. Please stop. Once Ru mocks a trend on RPDR it’s officially retired.)
Whatever. Alyssa just walks on by, too, forcing Coco to
stage more drama talk to Jade. Of course, she doesn’t lead with an apology, she just wants to know why Jade’s been avoiding her. But Shady Jade’s used to deflecting and she just pointedly tells Coco she’s been working and focusing on the competition. Same as Coco.
Even though she admits in interview that it hurt, Jade says Coco got the team she wanted and Jade’s happy with her team. And besides, being one of the last two picked has worked out for her. The passive aggression is strong in that one. With nothing to work with, Coco flounces off saying she doesn’t need Jade’s completely upbeat and even tone today. Heh.
On to more fun corners, Alaska informs us that Alyssa’s most known for the faces she pulls in the mirror. Alyssa giggles likes a kindergartner that it’s her favorite part, and despite Roxxxy’s shade, Alyssa doesn’t care. Because those faces are magic.
RUNWAY! Since they’re going to the drag ballet, Ru is truly resplendent in a gown and wig that Pam on True Bloodwould kill Eric for. At least during her madame days. Not enough leather for modern-day Pam.
Tonight’s judges are Michelle, who decided to zig with small, straight hair and a simple (for her) dress, Santino who will always look like Santino no matter what, the adorable Travis Wall who tries to hide it under a white suit with black shirt and polka dot bow tie (Really, Travis? Why you got to hurt me?) but it doesn’t work, and Chaz in his business realness couture, contrasting the print on his tie to the one on his pocket square. Guess Chaz got some of Cher’s fashion sense, the little dandy.