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'RuPaul's Drag Race' Star Dahlia Sin Gets the Feelings Out With Pop-Filled Playlist: Listen

Dahlia Sin
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Dahlia Sin

On the last episode of RuPaul's Drag Race, the 13 queens of season 12 were finally faced with the reality of the competition — elimination. After an improv challenge where the queens were tasked with performing as the "World's Worst" reality show contestants and a sickening "Buttons & Bows" runway, queens Dahlia Sin and Nicky Doll found themselves in the bottom.

Once the queens finished giving their best performances to the tune of Ariana Grande's "Problem," RuPaul handed down her final judgement — Nicky Doll would remain in the competition, while Dahlia was asked to sashay away.

And sashay she did, in an intense exit, not acknowledging the other queens or the judges, and throwing her hands up in frustration.

Today, though, Sin tells Billboard that she's feeling a little bit better about it, though she still doesn't agree with the decision the judges made to send her home. "I feel upset because I wish I wasn’t the first one to go home," she says. "I’m definitely more content with it than when I got eliminated, but it sucks to have to relive."

When it came to her lip sync performance, the drag star says that her only goal throughout was to "win,"  even though she says she can't completely remember what happened — "I literally blacked out though so I don’t remember what I did."

As for her future, Dahlia says she sees herself expanding beyond the world of drag and chasing her passion for fashion. "I would love to get into fashion and do some runway shows," she says. "I would also love to work with a makeup company since I was a makeup artist before I was on the show."

To celebrate her time on the show, Sin shared with a playlist of some songs she can't to stop listening to at the moment. Check it out below.


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