Warning: Spoilers ahead!
RuPaul’s Drag Race fans were over the moon as All Stars 7 kicked off with one of the most highly-anticipated challenges of them all: The Snatch Game.
Returning to fight for the crown of crowns, for the first time in herstory, All Stars featured only previous winners, including our own The Vivienne.
For the uninitiated, the Snatch Game, which has been a popular challenge over previous Drag Race seasons, features contestants filling in the blanks as they impersonate celebrities.
The contestants chose some pretty interesting celebs to impersonate this time around with Yvie Oddly going for the Boogeyman, Monet x Change’s Mike Tyson and Trinity the Tuck as Leslie Jordan.
There was one impersonation that stood out from them all, as Jinkx Monsoon went for Judy Garland, and she did not disappoint.
In fact, Jinkx went a step further in her character and cleared Dave Lara (a series five veteran) of his self-professed killing of Judy Garland.
Speaking to the camera, Jinkx confirmed: ‘I want to say, Dave, you’re not responsible darling.’
Considering this season features some Snatch Game champions, with Trinity, Shea Coulee, The Vivienne and Jinkx all winning in their own seasons, it was bound to be hilarious, and indeed it was.
With each queen impersonating two celebs instead of one, the Viv opted to represent our nation, taking on some of the country’s gems: Joanna Lumley and Catherine Tate.
It’s safe to say, fans were loving it.
‘That Snatch Game cleared my skin, forgave my student debt, and exorcised all my demons,’ one viewer joked, with many others branding the challenge ‘the best ever in herstory’.
One person penned: ‘Not to be dramatic but the All Winners snatch game is maybe the best snatch game of all time????’ while another added: ‘Snatch Game literally TOOK MY BREATH AWAY.’
Elsewhere in the first two episodes that dropped, Naomi Campbell and Cameron Diaz made some shocking celebrity appearances, while the queens were left stunned by a special guest making a surprise appearance.
The glamour, sass and style of the first challenges just teased all that’s to come, and we’re so here for it.
RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars Series 7 episodes drop every Friday on WOW Presents Plus.