Season 4 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” ended with a shocker. Heading into the “Super Queen Grand Finale,” Trinity The Tuck had been predicted to win but she ended up having to share her crown with Monet X Change. What do you think of this controversial call by RuPaul Charles? Did one of these girls deserve sole bragging rights, not to mention all of the $100,000 grand prize?
Or are you outraged that one of the other two finalists — Monique Heart and Naomi Smalls — was robbed of a place in “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Hall of Fame? Vote in our poll below about which queen was the most worthy winner and then sound off in the comments section.
Of the four finalists, Naomi had come closest to winning “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” But while she was the runner-up in season 8, Naomi had the worst track record of the four finalists on this fourth all-star edition with just one win. Compare that to Monique, who had only made it to eighth place on season 10: she won three challenges and one lip sync. Likewise for Monet, who placed sixth on season 10. Trinity, who was third in season 9, came into the final fresh from her legacy lip sync win in “Sex and the Kitty Girl.” She had also prevailed earlier in the season in the “Super Queen Variety Show.”
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Did you agree with RuPaul Charles that when it came to Trinity versus Monet that they were evenly matched in the final lip sync challenge? Or do you think one was better than the other when performing “Fighter” by Christina Aguilera?
Monet slipped into a leotard, pussycat wig and sensible heels and was flawless in her rendition, ending it with a wild wig reveal. Trinity was clad in a fabulous black number and strutted around the stage in her high-wrapped shoes using her body to full effect.
Are you happy that these two took the title together or did you want to see one of the other two queens win? Vote in our poll and then make your voice heard by posting a comment.
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