'Drag Race' Recap: Season 12 Finale — [Spoiler] Wins

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RELATED STORIES Drag Race Finale Video: Watch the Season 12 Queens' Virtual Arrivals RuPaul's Drag Race Season 12 Finale: Who Will Win? And Who Should Win? Draped in his finest Phantom of the Opera eleganza, RuPaul crowned the first-ever virtual Drag Race winner on Friday. After welcoming all 12 non-disqualified queens to the "stage," the […]
RELATED STORIES Drag Race Finale Video: Watch the Season 12 Queens' Virtual Arrivals

Drag Race Finale Video: Watch the Season 12 Queens' Virtual Arrivals RuPaul's Drag Race Season 12 Finale: Who Will Win? And Who Should Win?

Draped in his finest Phantom of the Opera eleganza, RuPaul crowned the first-ever virtual Drag Race winner on Friday.

After welcoming all 12 non-disqualified queens to the "stage," the 90-minute event began with a montage of messages from the show's celebrity pals, all grateful to Drag Race for giving them an escape during these trying times. "Being in quarantine was nuts, and it really helped to watch a lot of nuts," Adam Lambert said. Other familiar faces included Whoopi Goldberg to Rachel Bloom, the latter of whom had this to say: "Ru, thank you for this excuse to get dolled up for the first time since giving birth about six weeks ago — and for the excuse to show off my pornographically large breasts, which are filled with milk." (This feels like a good time to remind everyone about the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend song "Heavy Boobs." Click here to enjoy it, and have fun down that YouTube rabbit hole!)

Next came a series of one-on-one interviews between Ru and this season's final three queens: Crystal Methyd (in Springfield, Mo.), Gigi Goode (in Los Angeles, Calif.) and Jaida Essence Hall (in Milwaukee, Wis.), giving each of them one last chance to reflect on their experiences throughout the competition. We also got to spend some quality time with their family members, including Jaida's hot brother and Crystal's glamorous mom…'s boobs. ("She's always got those girls out. I mean, she paid good money for 'em!")

This was followed by an emotional tribute to Jacqueline Wilson, a legendary Drag Race co-executive…
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