'RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars' season 4: How Gia Gunn is using her past feud with Farrah Moan to get more airtime
When we look at all the airtime Gia Gunn got in the second episode of 'RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars', it comes as no surprise that she was using Farrah Moan as her storyline
'RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars' season 4 recently premiered on ABC and fans are waiting for episode 3 to air on Friday. With two eliminations done and dusted, the remaining eight contestants are ready to battle it out to see who will be crowned the 'All Star' of season 4. Apart from all the glitz and glamour to witness as each episode progresses, there is going to be one prominent thing, and that is the drama.
It is definitely going to be hard to predict a winner because every queen is unique in their own way, hence why they made their way into the All Stars. But one thing is for sure, the drama is going to be never-ending. From the past two episodes, if you would have noticed, it would have been clear that Gia Gunn is the Regina George of season 4.
Making it very clear that she has a past feud with now eliminated contestant Farrah Moan, Gunn is sparing her no shade. She is even using it to get her airtime extended. Starting from episode 1 when she saw Moan among the 10 All Stars, Gunn made it very open that she is not her number 1 fan. Even after the first elimination, she revealed that she wanted Moan to get eliminated and not Jasmine Matters, because she does not want Moan to come between her and her chance to win the season.
But it is not until episode 2 where we get to witness Gunn's power to hold on to a grudge and not play nice. We see it first when she spoke to Trinty the Tuck and the rest of the queens about her feud with Moan. Though they had no interest in knowing about it, Gunn forced it upon them and revealed that she had a beef with Moan and an un-named friend a few months ago.
Gunn didn't stop there. Every time she came on camera, all she ever talked about was how she didn't like Moan and that she wishes she gets eliminated. In the name of getting things sorted between them two, she goes and interrupts Moan again by calling her the team's weakest link. This was the second time she made her way into the airtime when she was not needed. She got into the bad books of all the other contestants with this move.
She didn't stop there when Moan was convincing Monet X Change why she should stay, Gunn made her way into their airtime again claiming that she wanted to apologize to Moan; this was the third time she forced her storyline on the airtime. Though Gunn is currently giving all the fans and viewers the drama they are craving for this season, this might be the reason she gets on the bad side of other team members as well.
I put the V in villain but do you put the P in proud? I do both. 🖤— Gia Gunn (@GiaGunn) December 23, 2018
When we take a look at all the airtime Gunn got in the second episode, it comes with no doubt that she was using Moan as her storyline. But one thing has us all confused, now with Moan eliminated, who will Gunn use as her storyline to get airtime? While we all sit and wait to see what episode 3 delivers, all we can ever think about is what drama Gunn delivers this episode.
'RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars' season 4 airs every Friday at 8 pm ET on VH1. Check your local listings for more information.