Drag Race Down Under star Kween Kong has cleared up the “strange” events of the season three finale. On last week’s episode (15 September), the Kiwi drag legend returned to the franchise as a choreographer for the queens’ main stage performance to RuPaul’s track ‘Crying on the Dance Floor’.
During the segment, Kween told the finalists – Flor, Gabriella Labucci and Isis Avis Loren – that she made the choreography “really hard on purpose” because of her status as Drag Race Down Under’s reigning “dancing diva”.
She memorably competed on the second season of the Australasian spin-off, where she placed joint runner-up with Hannah Conda behind Spankie Jackson.
Kong was known for her high-energy lip-syncs, particularly her Mortal Kombat-esque showdown with Beverley Kills to RuPaul’s ‘The Beginning’. “I am here to let these girls have it,” Kween explained in her confessional. “I don’t know if any of them are dancers, but I’m going to give it to them anyway.” The queens struggled with the routine – particularly Flor and Gabriella – but seemed determined to pull it off on the main stage.