"There's definitely tension. It's so thick you couldn't even cut through it with a knife. You're gonna need a chainsaw."
"We worked hard to get to this point, but that doesn't mean get lazy."
The next episode of "RuPaul's Drag Race" is sure to be quite the horror show.
"I need a little therapy before it happens because I have to learn how to keep my a** settled down and attached to one man."
After two weeks in the bottom two, the Las Vegas drag queen was sent back home.
Only one episode of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 has aired thus far and it's already painfully clear the stakes are high for the competing queens.
Oh, and there's a new queen of shade permanently joining the usual show regulars.
The New York queen speaks exclusively to Newsweek about undergoing gay "conversion therapy."
"Nice isn't a thing—no one's just born nice."
"Racism is alive and kicking," says Oscar-nominated star Latifah.
Against all better judgment, the candidates on 'Dating Naked' begin to inspire sympathy and affection in viewers.