Season 14 RuPaul’s Drag Race champ has been uncovered.
In the initial time in Drag Race ‘herstory’ the top sovereign got a knock up prize cash of $150,000, with the second place likewise taking $50,000.
The main five stars Willow Pillow, Lady Camden, Bosco, Angeria Paris VanMichaels and Daya Betty all fought it out for one last lip-sync to see who might get the current year’s diamante-studded crown.
While this season bragged a ton ability, it boiled down to a two horse race among Willow and Camden on Friday night, with 27-year-old Willow coolly dashing through to the end goal.
Denver-conceived Willow has been an unemotional champion entertainer this season, wowing crowds with her cutting edge outfits and exhibitions, while likewise unobtrusively doing combating the ongoing disease cystinosis.
Whenever it came to the last exhibitions, it was Willow that caused crowds to don’t only a twofold, however a triple take with her unique tune, named I Hate People, alongside different heads joined to her outfit.
When it came to the final performances, it was Willow that made audiences do not just a double, but a triple take with her original song, titled I Hate People, along with various heads attached to her outfit.
As it turned out, the people loved Willow and her many faces.
Against the backdrop of a ’90s house beat, Willow’s performance served up vibes of Madonna performing Vogue while hobbling her way through a house of horrors at the circus.
It was a stunning mic drop from the drag artist that gave this season some of the best and most creative moments, including her ‘self-care in quarantine’ bath routine to the tune of Enya’s Only Time.
Another high point was Willow’s effortless lip sync slay to Never Too Much by Luther Vandross, in a ripped dressed inspired by Courtney Love, naturally.
However, British-American queen Lady Camden was certainly snapping at Willow’s dainty heels, as she also put on a show-stopping performance, displaying her ballet expertise that have been another standout from this season.
Camden played on her season highlight with the Freddie Mercury-inspired ‘I Fell Down’ pulling off an epic wig reveal – and there was no question her dancing skills are of a particularly high standard.
Although it felt close during the final lip sync, RuPaul ultimately chose Willow.
‘I just really want to thank my family and my friends, and most of all I need to thank Kornbread’s ankle,’ Willow joked when accepting the scepter from RuPaul.
Kornbread was forced to pull out early into the competition after injuring her ankle, but has remained a close friend of Willow.
Fans of the beloved show can now catch Willow and the runners up on tour.