RuPaul's Drag Race: Why Sharon Needles Deserves To Win

Tonight, fans of RuPaul's Drag Race will finally find out just who will win the title of America's Next Drag Superstar during highly anticipated reunion special. Due to the events of last week's finale, this post was postponed until today. However, there were more reasons why I held off on writing this article. Some were time related and others were of a conflicting way due to some hurtful and damaging remarks that came across my peripheral, which forced me to reevaluate my stance on a certain contestant that I cheered for throughout the competition. Thanks to a chance look on my Facebook timeline today and the unwavering faith I had in someone, I can rectify that situation by not only finally getting this article written, but by apologizing to Sharon Needles for even letting one glimmer of doubt taint my judgement of her character. So without further adieu...

Jesse Tyler Ferguson And Jennifer Love Hewitt On 'RuPaul's Drag Race'

RuPaul welcomed JTF and JLH to " RuPaul's Drag Race " (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on Logo) as guest judges. Jesse Tyler Ferguson had plenty of quick jokes for the contestants, while Jennifer Love Hewitt gushed and giggled, but both of them proved tough in deducing who had best lived up to their challenge. The contestants had to turn some of the biggest and manliest of men into matching drag queens. The men were all for it, but their natural masculine appearances certainly created a bigger challenge for the contestants. Plus, this was all new for these guys, dubbed DILFs (Dad I'd Like To Frock). The results were predictably weird and a little all over the place, with Ferguson declaring one couple completely mismatched. "It's sort of more like here are two friends in a Tyler Perry movie." At the top of the show, the judges brought back Kenya, over the protests of the other four contestants, but it was to no avail. Kenya scored a big win on the mini-challenge of dragging out a teddy bear, but fell short in this one alongside Latrice. And it was Kenya who went home ... again. Kind of renders the whole episode a bit pointless, doesn't it? Jesse Tyler Ferguson can be seen in " Modern Family " Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC, while Jennifer Love Hewitt returns to television with Lifetime's " The Client List ," premiering Sunday at 10 p.m. ET. "RuPaul's Drag Race" continues Mondays at 10 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.

'RuPaul's Drag Race': Phi Phi O'Hara Makes Racist Joke

It was time to "Frock The Vote" as " RuPaul's Drag Race " (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on Logo) got into the spirit of the 2012 Presidential Race with a politics-themed challenge. However, campaigning for the Wig Party nomination Phi Phi O'Hara seriously offended Latrice Royale and DiDa Ritz. Guest judge Dan Savage asked Phi Phi which one of her fellow drag queens she'd choose as her running mate and why. "I think it's so great that the help" said Phi Phi, gesturing toward her black competitors, "can sit there and compete alongside me. So I'd definitely like to say, my help: DiDa Ritz!" As Phi Phi continued on her highly questionable way, Ritz could be seen mouthing her outraged response and Royale looked thunderous. Meanwhile, Savage's jaw literally dropped. "Did she just call me 'the help?'" asked Ritz. For her part, an angry Royale said "I'm from Compton. I'll whoop your a**!" At judges' table Phi Phi got some advice from Michelle Visage. "In order to land an off-color joke," she said. "It has to be funny . And that joke came across as offensive." "RuPaul's Drag Race" continues on Mondays at 10 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.

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Shock Exit: Challenge Winner Disqualified

There was high drama on " RuPaul's Drag Race " (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on Logo) Monday night when one of the contestants made a shock exit from the show. After Willam and Latrice Royale had won the "Frenemy" challenge, Sharon Needles and Phi Phi O'Hara were up for elimination. However, as they waited anxiously to find out which one RuPaul was sending home, things went in a surprising direction. RuPaul asked Willam to step forward. Like everyone else, Sharon Needles wondered "What the hell is happening?" "Willam," said RuPaul, "you won tonight because you are a beautiful and talented queen, but it has come to my attention that you have broken the rules." As the stunned queens looked on in shock, RuPaul disqualified Willam. "You leave me no choice. Willam, I have to ask you to leave the competition immediately." And then the coup de grace for the disgraced Willam: "Sashay. Away." Oddly, Willam's disqualification was not explained during the show, but she did vomit in front of everyone else during the "Frenemy" challenge. Was that why she was sent home? This lack of transparency has led to frenzied online speculation from fans as to the cause of Willam's vomiting and if it was related to her disqualification. Was Willam on drugs, or taking female hormones? Does she have an eating disorder? Was she hungover after an illicit night out? In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Willam refused to divulge the reason for her disqualification , but it is just possible that it was all part of a publicity push for her new single. Hopefully next week's episode -- or the reunion special at the end of the season -- will reveal all about Willam's shock exit, so tune in to "RuPaul's Drag Race" every Monday at 10 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.

RuPaul's Drag Race To Have All-Star Season This Fall

Get ready to gag, ladies and ladyboys, because there's about to be a whole 'nother plate of  RuPaul's Drag Race coming your way soon. Logo has announced an all-star edition of Drag Race, composed of six episodes. To air in the fall, All Stars: RuPaul's Drag Race  will bring together queens from all four seasons to do battle. Voting is currently open for a fan-voted casting choice, so if there's a queen near and dear to your heart that you think got robbed, head over to the show's Facebook page and let your voice be heard. There's no word on what the winning queen gets or the approximate number of queens that'll be invited back, though. Read More...

John Gascot: RuPaul's Drag Race 4: Kenya Michaels

If Lil' Kim and Nicki Minaj had a love child, the progeny would be Kenya. Barely five feet tall, this pint-sized diva is serving plenty of fish and fierceness. So what if English isn't her first language? Kenya lets her body do the talking. Her challenge and runway efforts did not earn her this crown, but but her charms stole the hearts of plenty a Drag Race fan. Read More...

Sneak Peek! RuPaul's Drag Race Season 4, Episode 5: ''Snatch Game'' Shocker! Sharon Needles Impersonates Michelle Visage

It's (finally) time for everyone's favorite word-matching game show, "Snatch Game," and most of the queens of Season 5 are serving up fierce celebrity realness. Sharon Needles's decision to impersonate judge Michelle Visage has us gagging, but not in good way. Most of the ladies think Sharon is going too far, but Phi Phi is 100% behind her, natch. So, buckle up and get your first look at "Snatch Game."

Sneak Peek! RuPaul's Drag Race Season 4, Episode 5: Let the ''Snatch Game'' Begin

It's that time again, lady-boy lovers! In this preview clip, we're introduced to Season 5's "Snatch Game" contestants, Loretta Devine (fierce!) and Ross Mathews (hilarious!), and we get our first glimpse at the queens at their celebrity-impersonating best. Does Willam deliver Jessica Simpson realness? Will Latrice Royale's Aretha Franklin steal the show? How does Sharon Needles pull off a Michelle Visage look? We'll have to watch to find out!

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Preview: The Queens Film Infomercials, and 'Glee's' Amber Riley Guest Judges!

Everything about this season of RuPaul's Drag Race has been amazing so far, from last week's rowdy wrestling challenge to Ru's consistently awesome guest judging gets. The devastating and hilarious acts of beauty will continue on Monday's episode, when the queens will be split up into two teams, "Champions" and "Glamazons," to script, choreograph and film infomercials. (For what? Who cares!) And to help judge their infomercials, runway looks and the always epic Lipsync For Your Life, Ru has recruited two ladies who have no need to lipsync, ever: Natalie Cole and Glee 's Amber Riley. How very infomercial of you, Ru. Two divas for the price of one! Watch three sneak previews of the episode, which airs at 9pm on Monday on LOGO:

RuPaul talks Madonna, 'Toddlers & Tiaras,' and 'Drag Race' Season 4

We had the pleasure of chatting with RuPaul this week when the world-famous queen and Leader of the Fierce World stopped by Zap2it HQ to talk about "RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 4. In the season premiere, zombiefied drag queens ran amuck in the "Rupocalypse" -- and after chatting with Ru we can't wait to see more. "What do you get when you throw 12 hungry, ambitious drag queens in a room with $100,000? Well -- hilarity ensues!" he assured us.He also name-dropped some celebrity guest judges who will be making the rounds on Season 4, including Pamela Anderson, Wynonna Judd and "Glee" star Amber Riley. "Every entertainer who has ever stepped on stage understands drag," comments RuPaul. "They are also drag queens."Besides giving Madonna an A+ for her Super Bowl performance, Ru provided some insight into the "Toddlers & Tiaras" phenomenon, and his many pint-sized beauty pageant fans: "Well Honey Boo Boo child, I LOVE...