Where to watch 'RuPaul's Drag Race' S15/E6 in LGBTQ Chicago

ChicagoPride.com
February 3, 2023

Season 15 of Rupaul's Drag Race premiered on Jan. 6 with 16 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 Season 15, Ep. 5 - House of Fashion, Spice has lost her Sugar and she is sad. The 13 remaining girls use home decor elements in their first design challenge of the season. Ru divided the group into three fashion houses that would turn home decor looks inspired by the House of Kressley, House of Mathews, and House of Visage into runway looks that tell a story as a cohesive collection. Following the runway presentation, Ru awarded safety to Mistress, Aura, Spice, Anetra, Loosey, and Marcia while the remaining seven remained on stage to hear critiques. From the bottom three, Jax was given the last safe spot which left Amethyst and Salina in the bottom two. The queens performed to Janelle Monae’s “Q.U.E.E.N.” in the Lip Sync for Your Life. Ru gave the “shantay you stay” to Salina and asked Amethyst to “sashay away.” 

Image: Luxx is named the winner while Amethyst ends up in the bottom two again along with Salina. (courtesy MTV)

This week, the girls pull out their inner “golden gal” in girl group music performances. 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 16 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 Season 15, Ep. 5 - House of Fashion, Spice has lost her Sugar and she is sad. The 13 remaining girls use home decor elements in their first design challenge of the season. Ru divided the group into three fashion houses that would turn home decor looks inspired by the House of Kressley, House of Mathews, and House of Visage into runway looks that tell a story as a cohesive collection. Following the runway presentation, Ru awarded safety to Mistress, Aura, Spice, Anetra, Loosey, and Marcia while the remaining seven remained on stage to hear critiques. From the bottom three, Jax was given the last safe spot which left Amethyst and Salina in the bottom two. The queens performed to Janelle Monae’s “Q.U.E.E.N.” in the Lip Sync for Your Life. Ru gave the “shantay you stay” to Salina and asked Amethyst to “sashay away.” 

Image: Luxx is named the winner while Amethyst ends up in the bottom two again along with Salina. (courtesy MTV)

This week, the girls pull out their inner “golden gal” in girl group music performances. 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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