Watch Porkchop queens dance through main stage chaos in Drag Race clip
The Porkchop queens are cooking up a main stage comeback in EW's exclusive sneak peek (below) at the next new episode of RuPaul's Drag Race.
After voting to "eliminate" Elliott with 2 Ts from the (already) "eliminated" batch of lip-sync runners-up from the season 13 premiere, the group heads to the main stage to practice their choreography as they mount a comeback into the competition.
Ice-skating queen Denali, a self-proclaimed dance professional, takes charge, leading the residents of the Porkchop Loading Dock through a high-energy routine — much to the confusion of her sisters.
"I definitely feel Denali trying to take the lead. But, trust me, if it's not cute, I'm going to step in and say something!" Rosé says in a confessional before footage shows her pushing back against Denali's approach.
Light chaos later ensues when resident designer of shoes/door mats/fanny packs/luxury graphic tees Tamisha Iman appears visibly gooped after Joey Jay joins Rosé and Denali in sprucing up the moves.
"Ya'll, we're in a competition right now!" Iman says. "I'm like, no, bitch, that's not going to work. You can't have too many cooks in the kitchen or too many choreographers on the dance floor!"
Find out how the Porkchop queens fare on the main stage when RuPaul's Drag Race returns tonight at 8:00 p.m. on VH1. Watch EW's exclusive sneak peek above.
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