Phi Phi and Dida completely miss the theme. Yes, their outfits are nice. They’re fine. There’s no thought. Just… pretty.
And then Chad Michaels serves some Lady Bird Johnson realness (Is that a thing? They said it’s a thing, so I guess it’s a thing). This is what every Republican woman thinks she looks like. And—according to Dan Savage—how Marcus Bachmann sees himself in his dreams.
Latrice found some sparkly corset situation and called it a day. Don’t even get me started on the bra strap she had hanging out.
Sharon proves that you can turn almost any outfit into a respectable one with smart justification. Her dress was transparent (as politicians should be), and surprisingly futuristic because, “a drag queen is not going to be president for a hundred years, so I had to think ahead.”
Sure, it didn’t hit you over the head with inaugural realness, but it had brains. Werk.
After the break, we learn Chad Michaels is in the top two but Sharon Needles is named the winner. Condragulations! Sharon wins a gift certificate to Interior Illusions Home. Hooray? Just what a girl needs: a set of overpriced gold lamé chairs.
To no surprise, Dida Ritz is in the bottom two. She killed it six weeks ago, so as long as she’s going up against Phi Phi there shouldn’t be a problem.