These 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Queens Stunned On The Pink Carpet For Season 14 Finale
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These 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Queens Stunned On The Pink Carpet For Season 14 Finale

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 14 pink carpet may have just made herstory for the most jaw-dropping looks ever seen at a grand finale pink carpet!

The season 14 queens and some extra special guests — including past winners and RuPaul’s Drag Race Live residents — donned their most extravagant looks, with many going for styles that screamed, “The bigger, the better.” The season 14 queens also went with a Vegas showgirl-centric theme.

Here are some of the best, and most sickening eleganza looks worn on the finale pink carpet!

Willow Pill

Top contender Willow Pill has been serving high-fashion looks since the beginning of Season 14 and their finale outfit was no different!

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Willow donned red and gold feathers on the carpet paired with an asymmetrical fitted red dress.

While we don’t know if Willow Pill has what it takes to go all the way and become America’s next drag superstar, there’s no denying that Willow’s sense of fashion doesn’t lack in the slightest!

Angeria Paris VanMichaels

The word “over-the-top” doesn’t exist in Angeria Paris Van Michaels’ vocabulary!

The charming Southern Belle from Atlanta served a high glamour look during the Season 14 finale, donning a stunning blue-feathered gown with HUGE feathered wings.

She really was the definition of “Vegas Showgirl Eleganza.”

Kerri Colby

Kerri Colby may not be competing for the crown, but that didn’t stop her from dressing as fierce as possible for the Season 14 finale!


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The southern-raised beauty dressed up as Theranos — excuse us, Tranos — from the Avengers, even pairing the look with her very own recreation of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet.

Kornbread "the Snack" Jeté

Miss Kornbread brought Disney’s Beauty and the Beast to the pink carpet!

The former contestant wore a yellow sparkling ballgown and held a giant rose while using makeup to expertly make her face more feline.

In a post shared to Twitter on April 18, Kornbread explained the concept behind her Season 14 finale look.

“We often tell people what to look like as trans, [what’s] ‘passable’ and what’s ‘not passable!'” she explained. “But there’s no one way to do it! There is beauty in the ‘beast’ as well as beauty in Belle! CHOOSE WHAT YOU SEE FOR YOURSELF. F—K THE STANDARD! And when you do it, MAKE EM EAT IT.”

We definitely ate this look all up!

Season 13 winner Symone

If going out with a bang was a person, it would be Season 13 winner Symone!


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The reigning queen dazzled on the pink carpet as she donned a BEAUTIFUL red ball gown with her crown.

One thing Symone has made clear over the last year is that she knows how to dominate a runway, and boy did she own that Season 14 red carpet Hunny!

June Jambalaya

The Season 14 queen brought out all of the glitz and glamour for the pink carpet — especially June Jambalaya.

Although she was the first queen sent home this season, June pulled out all of the stops for her pink carpet look, serving a gorgeous all-gold ballgown.

Season 12 winner Jaida Essence Hall

Look over there — it’s Jaida Essence Hall!

The Season 12 winner — and upcoming All-Stars 7 competitor — appeared on the pink carpet donning a fitted gold dress and a unique hairdo, serving quintessential glamour like always!


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DeJa Skye

And we had to highlight the iconic Snatch Game winner DeJa Skye with a look pulled from Sandra Bullock in the Miss Congeniality franchise.


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The finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race airs Friday night at 8 p.m. on VH1.

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