Where to watch 'RuPaul's Drag Race' S15/E3 in LGBTQ Chicago

ChicagoPride.com
January 12, 2023

Season 15 of Rupaul's Drag Race premiered on Jan. 6 with the Werk Room entrance of 16 all new queens: Amethyst, Anetra, Aura Mayari, Irene Dubois, Jax, Loosey LaDuca, Luxx Noir London, Malaysia Babydoll Foxx, Marcia Marcia Marcia, Mistress Isabelle Brooks, Princess Poppy, Robin Fierce, Salina EsTitties, Sasha Colby, Spice, and Sugar. The Grand Finale will air Friday, April 14, 2023. 

On Episodes 1 and 2 titled “One Night Only” only eight queens met each other in the first entrance sequence followed later by the other eight. For the talent show on the Main Stage, the 16 queens opened the night with a pageant-inspired group number that allowed each of them to show a small bit of their personal style. That was followed by the back-to-back presentation of all 16 solo performances. Irene, Marcia, Anetra, Amethyst, Jax and Loosey while the other 10 were declared safe for another week. Anetra was this week’s winner. Marcia and Jax were given safety, leaving Irene and Amethyst as the bottom two set to face off in the Lip Sync for Your Life. Ultimately, Ru decided that Amethyst was the winner to stick around and gave Irene the season’s first sashay away.

This week, the queens divide into small groups to sell Ru on their “vision of the after life” in “All Queens Go to Heaven” spoof videos. The Emmy-winning drag queen competition is broadcast Fridays at 7:00 pm CT on MTV. 

Everyone knows this show is so much better shared. Here’s a list of viewing parties happening at some of your favorite venues in LGBTQ Chicago. So, sashay over!

Chicago's LGBTQ Calendar is on GoPride.com

Season 15 of Rupaul's Drag Race premiered on Jan. 6 with the Werk Room entrance of 16 all new queens: Amethyst, Anetra, Aura Mayari, Irene Dubois, Jax, Loosey LaDuca, Luxx Noir London, Malaysia Babydoll Foxx, Marcia Marcia Marcia, Mistress Isabelle Brooks, Princess Poppy, Robin Fierce, Salina EsTitties, Sasha Colby, Spice, and Sugar.  The Grand Finale will air Friday, April 14, 2023. 

On Episodes 1 and 2 titled “One Night Only” only eight queens met each other in the first entrance sequence followed later by the other eight. For the talent show on the Main Stage, the 16 queens opened the night with a pageant-inspired group number that allowed each of them to show a small bit of their personal style. That was followed by the back-to-back presentation of all 16 solo performances. Irene, Marcia, Anetra, Amethyst, Jax and Loosey while the other 10 were declared safe for another week. Anetra was this week’s winner. Marcia and Jax were given safety, leaving Irene and Amethyst as the bottom two set to face off in the Lip Sync for Your Life.  Ultimately, Ru decided that Amethyst was the winner to stick around and gave Irene the season’s first sashay away.

This week, the queens divide into small groups to sell Ru on their “vision of the after life” in “All Queens Go to Heaven” spoof videos. The Emmy-winning drag queen competition is broadcast Fridays at 7:00 pm CT on MTV. 

Everyone knows this show is so much better shared. Here’s a list of viewing parties happening at some of your favorite venues in LGBTQ Chicago. So, sashay over!

Chicago's LGBTQ Calendar is on GoPride.com

 

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