Okay, it’s time! Yes. Finally. They’ve delayed in every way imaginable. Cue the lights. The first queen sent home is: no one.
What is happening? Is this happening? Why is this happening?
RuPaul informs us that the winner will be announced next week during the reunion show. Oh, and we’re supposed to tweet who we think the winner should be with #dragrace. Tweets will help determine the result.
Seriously? You might as well tell me that the Next Drag Superstar will be determined by Klout score. Commence silent outrage.
I now have to leave these ridiculous party decorations up for another week? By then the RuPaul shrine might be set ablaze by my angry houseguests. And don’t even get me started on the commemorative “Everybody say ‘love!'” tattoo on my forearm!
There’s a hint of justification found on RuPaul’s twitter account, “Last year shady queens leaked the winner. This time we’re keeping it secret till the very last moment.” But to me, this just seems like a ratings ploy.
Next week: We’ll learn that Willam got kicked off for something lame, and then they’ll maybe announce a winner. Maybe.
Jason Sweeten knows exactly where you can tuck those blasted hashtags.