‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ predictions: Brooke Lynn Hytes has overwhelming 16/5 odds to win Season 11

According to Gold Derby’s exclusive racetrack odds, the winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 11 will be Brooke Lynn Hytes. This dancing queen from Toronto, Canada has overwhelming 16/5 odds to win the crown, with her closest competitor being Yvie Oddly at 4/1 odds. After nine episodes Brooke Lynne has won two challenges and received high marks in five others, far more than any of her competitors. Do you agree with our readers that Brooke Lynne will join the “Drag Race” hall of fame, or will somebody else ultimately prevail?

Brooke Lynn won the season’s first main challenge, which required the contestants to design signature looks from leftover materials belonging to “Drag Race” legends. She also claimed victory in the Halloween-themed challenge that tasked the queens with creating three looks: Trampy Trick or Treater, Witch Please and MILF Eleganza. Of the remaining seven queens, both A’Keria C. Davenport and Silky Nutmeg Ganache have also won two challenges apiece, yet they haven’t been as consistent as Brooke Lynne in receiving high marks in the other weeks.

Following Brooke Lynne and Yvie on our winner’s chart, A’Keria comes in third place at 9/2 odds, followed by Silky in fourth at 5/1 odds, Nina West in fifth at 13/2 odds, Vanessa “Miss Vanjie” Mateo in sixth at 15/1 odds and Shuga Cain in seventh at 48/1 odds. See more “RuPaul’s Drag Race” odds and rankings.

In recent weeks Brooke Lynn has been seen canoodling with Miss Vanjie in the work room. “Me and Vanjie have a crush on each other, and we’ll see where it goes,” she said about the returning contestant from last season. However, Brooke Lynne remains adamant that she’s not going to let her showmance get in the way of winning Season 11. “We’re here for a competition. It’s not personal, it’s drag,” she stated.

“It’s amazing to be the first Canadian drag queen on this show,” Brooke Lynn said in VH1’s pre-show video. “It’s a huge honor. I’m representing a whole country. I have the pressure on the f***ing north on my shoulders.” She later stated, “I’m a dancer. I think that’s what most people know about me. I was a ballet dancer for a long time. I’m a bit of a pageant queen.”

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