EW’s exclusive preview of the upcoming installment (below) features the fan-favorite legend discussing her elimination strategy — should she win the week’s Sex and the Kitty Girl acting challenge — with the other queens in the Werk Room.
“I’m hearing all of this report card bulls—, and I’m looking at who I feel would represent this legacy and actually have a platform and use it for good and not for, like, self-indulgent music videos, a new t-shirt, that’s bulls—,” Latrice says after Trinity informs the group that if she finds herself drawing a lipstick after the runway, she’ll make the decision based on the bottom two’s track record and not personal affinities. “I want somebody standing up there next to me who is looking at the bigger picture of what this competition really means and stands for. And that is my sermon for the day.”
Naomi Smalls, who shockingly sent statistical frontrunner Manila Luzon packing last week after the latter’s first appearance in the bottom two, tells Latrice it’s “real easy to talk about it before it happens, but when you’re in that moment, everything goes out the window.”
“I know it would make great television if Trinity got voted off,” Monique Heart quips, lightening the mood as Monét X Change chimes in: “Don’t hate the player, bitch! Hate the game!”
Find out who gets the chop before the Feb. 15 finale when RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 4 returns Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET on VH1.
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