Who will win “RuPaul’s Drag Race 14“? After the double eliminations of DeJa Skye and Jorgeous, only five queens remained in the running to win the crown on Friday night. In a series first, no one was eliminated in the penultimate episode, which meant the Final 5 queens (not Final 4) would compete in the finale: Willow Pill, Lady Camden, Bosco, Angeria Paris VanMicheals and Daya Betty. Willow has been Gold Derby’s predicted winner for several weeks in a row, with Lady Camden nipping at her heels. Do you agree or disagree with your fellow “Drag Race” fans?
Here’s a look at the current Top 5 winner predictions ahead of the April 22 finale on VH1:
1. Willow Pill — 11/20
2. Lady Camden — 47/20
3. Bosco — 30/1
4. Angeria Paris VanMicheals — 52/1
5. Daya Betty — 100/1
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In the first episode, Kornbread “The Snack” Jete won the initial main challenge thanks to her lip sync to her original song in the “Charisma, Nerve and Talent Show.” This full-figured queen from Los Angeles, California unfortunately had to quit the competition in Episode 5 because of her hurt ankle.
Angie competed in Week 2 of the “Charisma, Nerve and Talent Show” where she showcased a lip sync to her original song. For her “Sickening Signature Drag” runway look, she donned a beautiful burgundy pageant gown. Mama Ru was so impressed with the 27-year-old Atlanta, Georgia native that she anointed her with a victory.
The third week, Willow took control of the runway thanks to her performance in the “A Pair of Balls” challenge. The 26-year-old Denver, Colorado resident prevailed thanks to her three eye-popping looks corresponding to the themes “Red Hot Resort,” “Evening Wear: All In White” and “Red, White and Blue Bridal Couture.”
In Week 4, Angie won yet again, becoming the first queen to claim two main challenges. That week’s concept was “She’s A Super Tease,” which required the contestants to over-act in a fake preview trailer for “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
Bosco claimed victory in the fifth challenge for her performance in the “Save A Queen” telethon, a faux charity that raises awareness for past queens who were eliminated first. That was also the episode that saw Kornbread leave the competition due to an injury.
In Episode 6 (“Glamazon Prime”), Jorgeous won her first challenge, though not every queen was on board with her victory. And then Lady Camden followed that up in Episode 7 (“The Daytona Wind”) with her own spot in the winner’s circle for the first time.
In Episode 8 (“60s Girl Groups”), it was Daya Betty who finally claimed victory in the musical dance performance challenge. And then in Episode 9 (“Menzeses”), Bosco won the DragCon panel discussion about all things men, her second triumph of the season. “Snatch Game” finally arrived in Episode 10, with DeJa Skye’s impersonation of Lil Jon scoring her first win.
There were no winners in Episode 11 (“LaLaPaRUza”), as that round was essentially a punishment for the queens who did poorly in the “Snatch Game” (read: everyone but DeJa). In Episode 12 (“Moulin Ru: The Rusical”), Lady Camden earned her second win for her musical performance.
The winner of Episode 13 (“The Ross Mathews Roast”) was Bosco, bringing her total to three wins. That number was matched one week later in Episode 14 (“Catwalk”) by Lady Camden, meaning these two ladies now head into the finale with three wins apiece. Meanwhile, Angie has two total wins while Willow and Daya have one each.
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