RuPaul's Drag Race: Last night's Snatch Game ended in a surprising way

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Fans of RuPaul's Drag Race wait all season for the Snatch Game challenge (a play on the popular 60s game show Match Game) where all of the contestants do their best impersonations for maximum laughs.

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Last night was probably the most boring Snatch Game yet! The drama was at threat-level red right away when both Violet and Miss Fame wanted to choose Donatella Versace. Miss Fame was ready to concede since Violet didn't have a backup, but when RuPaul did his walk arounds he told Miss Fame to go for whatever will get her the win.

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Violet chose former Drag Race contestant Alyssa Edwards instead, but the knives were OUT.

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It was a pretty boring panel; for a game designed to make you laugh, half of the contestants were pretty one-note, including Sharon Needles, Raven Symone, and Miss Fame's terrrrrrible Donatella Versace that she performed with a Russian accent for some reason.

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Everyone gave Kennedy Davenport crap for doing man drag, but as Little Richard, she killed it!

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Ginger Minj, who is totally going to win this season, did a brutally funny Adele.

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They did such a good job that in a Drag Race first, both Kennedy and Ginger won! Shut up!

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Max and Jaidynn Diore Fierce had to lip synch for their lives. Poor Max had a corset-ripping mini-meltdown on the stage steps during the judging, and then went home.

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Sashay away, Max. Sashay away forever.

Danielle Henderson is a lapsed academic, heavy metal karaoke machine, and culture editor at Fusion. She enjoys thinking about how race, gender, and sexuality shape our cultural narratives, but not in a boring way.

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