In last week’s episode of Drag Race Philippines, the contestants were tasked to impress the judges with their two-in-one ru-vealation (revelation) outfits for their runway. This required the ladies to showcase an outfit that transforms and reveals into another outfit.
Prior to the runway, the contestants also competed in a Snatch Game for their Maxi challenge. The combined score from the challenge and the runway determined who stayed and who went home.
Let’s look at the ladies’ Ru-vealation outfits in creative photoshoots.
In this week’s episode, Xilouhete came out on top.
She donned a Tina Turner look for her first outfit before changing into a red gown to represent her sisters from the beauty pageant community.
Not once, not twice, but Xilouhete gave us three looks. For her third ruveal, she chose a casual black dress.
Eva Le Queen
Eva, a top candidate for this week’s episode, served us a plain white canvas dress that she transformed into a piece of art.
Inspired by the MMDA art, she painted her dress right in front of the judges.
Also a top candidate for this week’s episode, Marina channeled a queen of the dance floor look for her first outfit.
As she turned around on the stage, she unveiled this black and gold sequin dress.
Precious Paula Nicole
Precious slayed in a Pokemon-inspired look.
She started off as Eevee, a pokemon character, that transformed into a flaming Flareon, a pokemon character too.
Precious is the only one in the safe spot in this week’s episode.
Viñas sashayed in a fish-inspired look. Her transformation came from her head; a piece of fabric in shades of pastel blue and yellow was revealed.
She was one of the bottom candidates this week.
Minty rocked in a chain-inspired ensemble that transitioned into a glamazon gold extravaganza look.
For this week’s episode, she was one of the bottom candidates.
Brigiding, also one of the bottoms, strode confidently in a gorgeous vintage look embellished with red feathers.
Minty and Brigiding faced off in an Amakabogera lip sync battle for elimination. A double shantay marked the end of the show.
The competition for the first-ever Drag Race Philippines title is getting fiercer, and these girls have consistently shown that they are all worthy of the crown.
Keep that coming, queens!
John Angelo, who prefers to be called Jao, is a full-time fur parent of his eight aspins. Prior to the pandemic, writing was his weakness, but he has since discovered that aside from his fur babies, writing is something therapeutic.