'RuPaul's Drag U': Three Divorcees Get Made Over

" RuPaul's Drag U " (Mon., 9 p.m. ET on Logo) returned for a third season of inspirational drag queen makeovers. The show brought back Jujubee, Manila Luzon and Latrice Royale -- former " RuPaul's Drag Race " contestants -- to work with RuPaul in helping this week's batch of women. The connecting factor for these first three women is that they are all recent divorcees dealing with those still raw emotions. It turned out, that working with the drag queens to help them find their inner queens, and outer drag beauty, helped the women find some of their lost confidence as well. Appropriately, they got to strut their stuff to the classic female empowerment anthem, "I Will Survive." RuPaul was even on hand with some words of advice for the women, telling one of them, "Having that anger is a way to hold onto the relationship. That is the one block standing in the way. It’s the anger.” More transformations await on "RuPaul's Drag U" every Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Logo. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

TV Smackdown: 'RuPaul's Drag U' and 'Toddlers & Tiaras'

Okay, these shows don’t have a lot of overlap, right? Well, on one show tiny children are dressed in too much make-up, fake tans and ridiculous outfits to look like drag queens and win a contest, and on the other frumpy women dress themselves in too much make-up, fake tans and ridiculous outfits to look like drag queens and win a contest. Sounds pretty similar to me. Really, the number of actual drag queens on TV are starting to be outnumbered by female drag queen wannabes, if that makes any sense. Anyway, here’s a look at two non-cross dressing shows (what should we call this, anyway? Vertical dressing?) that are all about the glitz. Read More...

RuPaul's Drag U: What Do You Think About the Format Changes?

Last summer saw the debut of  RuPaul's Drag U , a feel-good trip down the drag rabbit hole that felt like part therapy session, part extended makeover. During the hour, three women of a certain theme (single mothers, sisters, etc.) would be teamed up with three past Drag Race contestants who would turn them from drab to fab at a breakneck pace. While they were up to their eyes in glitter and gowns, they were confronting past issues of abandonment and insecurity, culminating in a grandiose final reveal that allowed the former wallflowers to really strut their stuff in front of a crowd. But alas, the internet masses had issue with the fact that the contestants would be receiving two sets of score to ascertain their DPA - that's  D rag  P oint  A verage, folks. The general consensus seemed to be that taking three vulnerable women, building up their self-esteem, and pitting them against one another could tear them down, leaving the show basically pointless. Now that we're in season 2, the stakes have changed. Yes, there's still a winner to be named, who receives make-up, a trip, and $3166.17, but the scores are officially done away with, replaced by deliberations like we see on  Drag Race . Read More...

Drag U Makes the Grade

Forget the plucked eyebrows and tucked candies. We can all learn something from RuPaul's Drag U . Kicking off its second season last night, the crazy campy confection from the cross-dressing queen of workin' it — hailed as a lesson in helping "biological women unleash their inner diva" — does more to promote acceptance than a Pride month-long marathon of "very special" Glee episodes...

Glee Star to Guest Judge on RuPaul's Drag U

The guest judge roster for the new season of RuPauls Drag U has arrived, and one celebrity has some pretty strong ties to Glee. Hint: She got her first kiss from one Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison).

Molly Ringwald to Be a Celeb Judge on RuPaul’s Drag U!

Molly Ringwald could have her pick of any reality contest to guest judge she's so famous, peeps are probably lining up to have her iconic red hair at their judging table. So out of all the fab competition shows out there, did Molly pick America's Next Top Model? Nope. American Idol? Hell no. She has her sights set on RuPaul's Drag U on Logo TV!For those of you who don't know RuPaul, he's a sometimes she! RuPaul's Drag Race just wrapped up its third season and spin-off Drag U starts in June....