'RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3' Hilariously Parodies 'The Bachelor' (VIDEO)
Their challenge was to test their improv skills by embodying the stereotypical women cast on the searching-for-the-one competition series. RuPaul announced that there would be a series of "unscripted comedy scenes" on the The B*tchelor, all in order to win of the heart of special guest star and UnReal hunk Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman.
Ru assigned each of the contestants a personality/character to create. Their goal? To stand out on a 2:1 date with Bowyer-Chapman. From the virgin to the stalker to the party girl, the queens' interpretation of each character was outrageous—and spot-on.
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Here are a few moments that stood out:
Trixie Mattel's 'The B*tch'
Her only real desire was gain more social media followers and sell a bunch of fit tea.
— NewNowNext (@NewNowNext) February 9, 2018
Kennedy Davenport's 'The Party Girl'
She pulled a bottle of alcohol out from her under her dress.
— RuPaul's Drag Race (@RuPaulsDragRace) February 9, 2018
BenDeLaCreme’s 'The Cougar'
She just wanted a young stud to take care of her. Unfortunately, this was probably the most unrealistic scenario, as none of the women left on the real Bachelor right now are over the age of 30. (One of Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s current contestants, Bekah M., is 22.)
— bendelacreme (@bendelacreme) February 8, 2018
The queens' wigs, outfits, and over-to-the top behavior qualified as genius. RuPaul acted as host, à la Chris Harrison, but instead of handing out roses, eggplants were involved. And in a twist of events, Bowyer-Chapman felt the biggest connection to Ru and handed her his eggplant.
In a confessional interview, Ru revealed her plans to do Good Morning America, then appear on Dancing with the Stars, and then "we'll get divorced" ... because that's what real life Bachelor winners do.
Watch a clip below:
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars, Thursdays, 8/7c, vh1AlertMe