None of the letters were especially, ahem, noteworthy… except for one: “Alexis, I still love you,” India wrote. It was a choice. Cracker brought Fifth Avenue to the backyard with an upscale-yet-sporty look, Jujubee rocked a fruity little number, dubbing herself “the watermelon lady”; Blair gave us a half-baked taste of “high-fashion couture”; Shea served backyard bridal realness; and Alexis donned a big red dress… with a baby pool underneath. Another choice! Miz Cracker had the judges laughing as Ru’s evil cousin on the hunt for a kidney, Jujubee and her big floppy hat made an iconic entrance (“Sorry I’m late, I didn’t want to come!”); Blair’s “stanky” character brought enough baby food and amoxicillin for everyone; Shea (aka Shea-quita, aka “Li’l Kiki”) rocked a Grandrea Zuckerwoman shirt; and Alexis played a… salsa-dancing beauty student? Cracker put up a pretty decent fight, but the minute Roxxxy dropped her feather coat — let alone when she stripped down to that bodysuit with “thick and juicy” on the butt — it was game over. (Shout-out to Shea for apparently helping most of her competitors, by the way. The India-Alexis drama came up a second time when the queens discovered personalized letters from India at their work stations. “Open your heart.” After reading the oddly cryptic message a few times, Alexis said what we were all thinking: “You don’t love me, bitch.” Accurate. This would be followed by a “backyard eleganza” runway, to which Jujubee posed a very fair question: “What the f–k is backyard eleganza? But could she stand her ground against lip sync assassin Roxxxy Andrews? I live in Boston.”
The end result, like most family gatherings, was a mixed bag of nuts. Then came this week’s maxi challenge: Using store-bought backyard accoutrements, the queens had to create characters (complete with backstories and earth-shattering family secrets!) to attend Ru’s down-home soiree. When I heard her say “If one of us looks good, we all look good,” I couldn’t help but wonder… is it possible for a queen to win the whole season and take home Miss Congeniality?)
Given her consistent performances in both the challenge and the runway this week, Cracker was a no-brainer pick for top All Star. Overall, the queens found more success on the runway this week. I don’t have a backyard.
Take Our Poll Cast your vote in the poll below, then drop a comment with your thoughts on the Top 4: Shea, Cracker, Jujubee and Blair. At least she sashayed away looking sickening, no? Do you think the right queen went home this week? With a heavy heart, Roxxxy announced that the queen voted to get the chop was… Alexis Mateo.
Picking up shortly after India Ferrah’s elimination, the episode began with Alexis Mateo tearfully thanking the girls for standing by her after last week’s scandal. RELATED STORIES
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