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Last week, the queens were put into teams and tasked with creating themed club nights — one of the most practical challenges in the show’s history. Trinity the Tuck and Latrice Royale won the challenge. After a lip sync showdown to Dead or Alive’s “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record),” Latrice won the power to send a queen home and gave Valentina the axe.
Tonight (Feb. 1), the six All Stars face off in a makeover challenge.
6. Latrice Royale (last week: 7)
Not only did Latrice dodge the curse of the returning queen, but she pulled off her first challenge win. Unfortunately for the beloved queen, her previous elimination still puts a target on her back: If she lands in the bottom, she’s toast.
5. Naomi Smalls (last week: 3)
It’s been frustrating to watch Naomi’s trajectory this season. She proved to be a fierce competitor on season 8, but after seven weeks, she’s the only queen without a challenge win. To make matters worse, her second consecutive trip to the bottom last week leaves her especially vulnerable tonight.
4. Monét X Change (last week: 5)
Monét has been on a roll, and her fantastical team-up with Monique on the fantastical Black Hole club night was no exception. Tonight’s episode could end that hot streak though: it was the makeover challenge that ultimately sent her packing on season 10.
3. Monique Heart (last week: 2)
The Black Hole may not have earned Monique and Monét a win, but there’s no denying that the fantastical, space-themed club night looked like pure fun. Ahead of the season, it seemed nearly impossible that a former eighth place finisher could end up in the finals, but Monique has more than proven that theory wrong.
2. Trinity the Tuck (last week: 3)
Trinity may have fumbled a bit in the roast challenge, but after last week, she and Manila are tied with three wins apiece. Still, her pesky trip to the bottom — in a week where four queens were up for elimination — sullies her otherwise perfect track record. Which leaves us with…
1. Manila Luzon (last week: 1)
What else is there to say? Manila is — and has been — the one to beat.