'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 Spoilers: Watch the Queens 'Razzle Dazzle, Mystify and Amaze' in Magic Show Challenge

With only six queens still in the running on Season 11 of RuPaul's Drag Race, it's going to take more than a little bit of magic to help one lucky contestant stand out and wow judges all the way to the winner's spot. The stars will hopefully be on someone's side on the upcoming episode, airing on Thursday, when the cast competes in their very own magic show.

But first, a few of them will have to conjure up an extra dose of confidence to help move forward. Following Plastique Tiara's elimination on the last episode, some of the queens feeling the heat as the competition becomes even more challenging. Vanessa Mateo Vanjie, otherwise known as Miss Vanjie, in particular, is worried about her standing with the judges in the episode 10 sneak peek.

"I have a lot of thoughts going through my head. A lot of the time the judges are telling me, 'You have this natural born gift,' and they have praised me on that. But then I go to do that in a challenge and it's almost like, 'Oh, I just see Vanjie.' I'm trying to figure out exactly what they want from me. Like, I'm just confused," Vanjie said.

Meanwhile, Nina West comes to the realization she needs to start looking out for herself after judges sang Brooke Lynn Hytes praises for a performance Nina essentially coached her through last week.

"As much as we're friends, I made some sacrifices that I probably shouldn't have. Brooke Lynn is in it to win it. I have to focus on myself," Nina said in a confessional video.

Vanjie will have an opportunity to redeem herself in this week's mini-challenge: a game of "balls to the wall," in which they must place balls in a sack without using their hands. Then show creator, host and judge RuPaul Charles informs them of their main challenge of the week, explaining they'll need to "razzle-dazzle, mystify and amaze" judges with their very own magic show production full of tricks and illusions that would make even Houdini gag.

They'll face off in teams of two: Vanjie and her magical sisters "Big Silk with the alakazam milk," A'kiera and Yvie against Shuga Cain, Brook Lynn and Nina.

While everyone seems ready to bring it, Nina's is extra excited for the challenge and rightfully so. "This is what I do. I produce and I write shows. Look out David Copperfield," Nina said to greenroom cameras.

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