'RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars': India Ferrah warned about experimenting, fans say she is 'got to go soon'
India Ferrah has been on the chopping block three out of four times and the odds of her being saved appear to be slim. But all that can change as long as her Snatch challenge is on-point and she is able to impress the judges like she did in the premiere episode of 'RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars' Season 5. In the preview clip, the queens are in the werk room when mentor-host RuPaul Andre Charles arrives to announce their next task, The Snatch challenge. It's a parody of the game show 'Match Game,' which focuses on celebrity impersonations and improvisational comedy.
As per the norm, RuPaul checks in with all of the six contestants what their ideas were for the challenge and runway looks. India shared she will be experimenting but RuPaul was surprised to hear that. She asked why someone who has been in the bottom for three weeks in a row would want to experiment? Clearly, it was a subtle warning to India that she needs to buckle up and get her act together, or else she will be the next to leave the show. India's history with the show has been a controversial one. Once she had heavily criticized the makers for bringing down drag to a low level and that the show paid thousands of dollars to contestants who would wear "real girl mall clothes on stage."
This queen enjoys a loyal fan base but there's a section of people who want her out and feel she has been given way too many chances to prove herself this season. "When you have the chance to get India out, you take it!!!!! #RuPaulsDragRaceAllStars5," a fan commented, while another shared: "Mayhem shouldn’t have went home.. India’s has been in the bottom since she got there! #RuPaulsDragRaceAllStars5. "The way they honestly coulda both went home and I wouldn't be mad but India def gotta gooooo #RuPaulsDragRaceAllStars5," a viewer expressed. "India has been in the bottom every week... She gotta go soon! Come on girls. Wake. UP! #RuPaulsDragRaceAllStars5," another tweeted.
Catch all-new episodes of 'RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars' Season 5 on VH1 every Friday.