June 13, 2024

Who Won the Fame Games: RuPauls Drag Race All Stars 8 Finale

The finale of "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 8" was a night to remember, filled with spectacular performances, groundbreaking moments, and well-deserved accolades.

Jimbo's Victory

Jimbo, an alum of Canada's Drag Race, was crowned the winner of All Stars 8, making her the first international queen to enter the Drag Race Hall of Fame. Her final performance was a comedic dance number about eating corn and being born, showcasing her unique sense of humor and creativity. In contrast, runner-up Kandy Muse delivered an intense and highly choreographed dance number. Despite RuPaul expressing her admiration for Kandy, she ultimately awarded the crown to Jimbo, who also received a $200,000 check. Jimbo's win was a testament to her drive, determination, love, and support.

Finale Performances

The finalists had to write and perform a dance number set to an original song. Jimbo and Kandy Muse were joined on stage by previously eliminated queens for the grand finale. The performances highlighted the diverse talents and unique styles of the top contestants.

RuPaul's Commentary

RuPaul played a significant role in the finale, expressing her admiration for both finalists but ultimately choosing Jimbo as the winner. Her commentary added an extra layer of excitement and validation to the night.

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Queen of the Fame Games

This season introduced the Fame Games, a new competition based on unused runway looks and previous week's talent show. Lala Ri emerged as the first-ever Queen of the Fame Games, winning a $60,000 prize. Her victory was heavily supported by fan votes and rewards for her talent show performance, showcasing the importance of fan engagement in the show's dynamics.

Other Eliminated Queens

The finale also celebrated the efforts of the eliminated queens: Monica Beverly Hillz, Naysha Lopez, Mrs. Kasha Davis, Darienne Lake, Jaymes Mansfield, Kahanna Montrese, Alexis Michelle, and Jessica Wild. Each eliminated queen won various cash prizes and vacation packages through random draws. Notably, Heidi N Closet did not participate as she had quit the competition in episode 5.

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Fan Engagement

The show's dynamic was significantly shaped by fan votes, especially in the Fame Games segment. The article encourages readers to engage with related content such as EW’s Quick Drag podcast, which offers detailed recaps, reactions with the cast, and special guests. This engagement adds another layer of connection between the audience and the show's stars.

The RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 8 finale not only crowned a deserving winner in Jimbo but also highlighted the importance of fan interaction and the diverse talents of all participants. The introduction of the Fame Games added a new dimension to the competition, making the finale a memorable and multifaceted event.

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