There were so many lessons to be learned from this week’s episode, and they were all learned by Milk. Don’t cry about being safe. Don’t talk over Trixie. And, most importantly, don’t piss off Kennedy. Check out the latest Ruminations with Arson Nicki and Londyn Bradshaw for all the best (and worst) looks, performances, and shade from RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3!
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Ruminations: Drag Race All Stars 3 Episode 3
by Arson Nicki, Queerspace Magazine
February 9, 2018