'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 Spoilers: Silky Wants Ru to Send Yvie Oddly Home [Sneak Peek]

There are only nine contestants remaining on Season 11 of RuPaul's Drag Race. The pressure of the competition is starting to mount for all of Ru's racers, but some queens will finding themselves unraveling more quickly than others.

After landing in the bottom two for the second time on last week's episode, Ra'Jah O'Hara is beyond flustered—albeit safe to see another round of competition—after Scarlet Envy was booted off the show. Granted, she's happy to have survived the Lip Sync For Your Life challenge, again, but it's obvious she's shaken up by being the only queen to end up on the judges' chopping block twice. Her constant shade-throwing in the episode 7 sneak peek is all the evidence the others need to know Ra'Jah is rattled.

"It is very clear that Ra'Jah is allowing herself to be her greatest saboteur," Nina West said in a confessional.

Brooke Lynn Hytes thinks Ra'Jah will soon crack from all the pressure. "She's already had to lip sync twice. She just kinda has these meltdowns. It might be her time to go," Brooke Lynn said.

Ra'Jah will have another chance to shine in the upcoming challenge, which RuPaul explains should incorporate a "farm to runway look that is both sickening and sustainable"—That is, if she can remain focused on bringing an impressive farm-inspired performance in the midst of all the workroom tension. It's thick enough to slice a steak, and it only worsens when RuPaul puts Silky Nutmeg Ganache on the spot by advising her to "step outside the box" while designing her country look.

'I'm stepping outside my box once again," Silky said, referring to her "too pretty" gown in last week's challenge.

Despite RuPaul's reminder that Silky's gown still landed her in the bottom, the Alabama queen names the person she thinks would be better off going home opposed to her—Yvie Oddly.

"I think Yvie should go home. Just because she's hurt and we ain't got time for that," Silky stated.

RuPaul may be unaware of the cattiness between Silky and Yvie, but no one else is. Silky's comment doesn't go unnoticed by the group, and Yvie certainly doesn't believe her co-contestant wants her out so she can properly care for her sprained ankle.

"Silky just doesn't wanna look shady on TV and tell Ru that she wants me to go home because she doesn't like me for the fact that I call her out, which is the real reason," Yvie said in a confessional.

RuPaul's Drag Race airs on VH1 at 9 p.m. ET.