Well, I think we're left with a rather underwhelming Top Four. I'm not really excited about the prospect of any of them taking the title, which is unusual for me when it comes to Drag Race. It's hard to imagine Karen or Scarlett taking the crown given their problematic back-stories around race. Art Simone would also be a controversial choice given she was reinstated for no reason. And that leaves Kita. Who is ... fine, but hardly a queen likely to set pulses racing.
Compared to the latest UK series and even the never-ending marathon that was the US series, this hasn't been a great start for the Down Under franchise. Will they bother doing it again, I wonder?
Post by juicy_but_terribly_drab on Jun 14, 2021 13:27:26 GMT
I went in expecting to love this season thinking it would be of a similar calibre to the UK seasons considering our similar senses of humour and banter but ended up bowing out after 3 episodes and I don't plan to go back. What a disappointment.
Agree - the entire series has been very underwhelming. And the 'talent' section has made me realise I would never pay money to see any of them in a show. Coupled with the worst snatch game in the history of the franchise, it's not been great. Perhaps Ru and 'Chelle just fancied a break in NZ?
Well we’ve got the racist who’s done really well, the one who won one challenge and then Roxxxy Andrews’ed (this is now a verb), the one who got eliminated in Episode 2 and Kita so for me Kita, but she’s kind of unremarkable too to be honest.
This season’s been a load of sh*t let’s be honest.
I wonder if the backlash to Scarlet surprised them at all. It didn't feel like the narrative of the series was building to a win for Kita. I reckon they were going for a 'redemption arc' which would have seen Scarlet crowned: she'd certainly got the most impressive track record going into the funeral. Really felt like they were left with only one non-controversial option as the winner.