TV Drag

Drag Race Belgique season 2 second episode 

Did you all have the chance to see this week’s episode yet? Drag Race Belgique is broadcasted every week on Thursday on Auvio and Sunday on Tipik. 

This is our review of the episode so this article contains major spoilers. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, do that and come back later. 

After last episode where no contestant was eliminated, the queens are back in the werkroom and they are all happy to be safe. With La Veuve’s win and Chloe Clarke and Gabanna ‘s lipsync, they all know now that the competition has really started. 

It’s a new day in the werkroom, and for the mini-challenge, the queens in quick drag must simulate a fight with a member of the Frites Crew to become Jean-Claude Vandamme’s partner in a new action movie. Madame Yoko wins the mini-challenge. 

The maxi-challenge is announced and it is a sewing challenge: Madame Yoko must turn the wheel to be assigned a color that they will use to create an outfit. She then chooses who turns the wheel next until everyone’s got a color. 

The contestants are visited by Rita Baga to discuss their ideas. Loulou Velvet is confident and reveals she studied fashion design. La Veuve and Morphae are feeling very inspired. Sarah Logan, Chloe, and especially Alvilda are afraid because sewing is not their main quality. 

Back to the werkroom, it’s time to get ready for the runway and to learn a little bit more about the queen’s journey with queerness. Sarah explains that experimenting with drag helped her accept herself. Loulou confesses that growing up in an Arabic family, she felt she was the only person in the world feeling gay because she didn’t know at first it existed. Discovering the drag scene was a revelation. It helped her find her way and managing her eating disorder. 

We move to the main stage and get together with the judges. Lio, Mustii and the two guest judges: Marie Guérin, Elle Magazine’s editor in chief, and hat designer Elvis Pompilio. The runway theme is “Drag en ciel”. 

We are unbelievably impressed by Loulou’s outfit representing white in a very haute couture way. Morphae representing black is also very well done. We are less impressed by Sarah’s green outfit. 

Star, Morphae and Gabanna are safe. Without a doubt, Loulou is the winner of this episode. Alvilda and Yoko are also in the top. La Veuve is placed low but is safe anyway.  

Chloe and Sarah have to lipsync for their life on “Mad about you” by Hooverphonic. Chloe wins the lipsync and gets to stay. Sarah sadly becomes the first queen of the season to sashay away. 

Catch up on all Drag Race Belgique content on KET Magazine.