We didn’t see enough of her on Season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race due to an unfortunate experience with bacon (no one would ever blame bacon, let’s be sure to be clear about that). But we never know if she’ll be back for All Stars and we missed her. Can’t wait to see her at Silicon Valley Pride in just over a week.
We like how she’s mixed into the music she performs. Think she has a chance to make it on?
Pork Chop is still striving for All Stars 2, but she’ll always be a star in our hearts. Check out her original audition tape.
If Drag Official’s poll has any standing with World Of Wonder’s casting, Willam is in the lead. Visit Drag Official’s poll on All Stars 2. Since her untimely demise by her elimination due to “disqualification” it’s been highly speculated that season 4 may have had a different ending. She just better keep it in her pants if she does make it to All Stars.
For anyone who’s paying attention, we all know there are “campaigns” for several of the former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants to get on the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. The question is, with all the polls and surveys taken by both Drag Official with over 5K followers and Dragaholic with 1K followers, does your vote count?
Pork Chop Parker has made a very valiant effort to get her vote up on the Dragaholic poll which gives her over a thousand votes for first place. But the Drag Official poll has Willam Belli in first place without campaigning with over 10K votes. Are the campaigns even necessary? According to a quote by Parker, they’re “paying attention” meaning Logo TV and RuPaul’s Drag Race are watching these polls.
Sadly, we only found RuPaul’s Drag Race Twitter page is following Drag Official, not Dragaholic. We hope the campaigning on the individual sites works for those deserving of an “All Stars” shot. But hope no efforts are wasted on sites which do not give Logo TV or Viacom, their affiliate owners the attention deserved.
Pork Chop!!! In honor of your All Stars 2 run, we thought we’d post this.