While Shangela is off telling Hillary Clinton to keep that guest house in Chappaqua open so she could move in and write What Happened 2: The Shangela Story, RuPaul seems ready to forget all about RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars 3 and move ahead to season 10 of Drag Race. Christina Aguilera popped by to be the first guest judge, but it was a little bit of tea dropping after the show that got bits in a bunch.
People says Christina stuck around for Untucked, the Drag Race after-show. She led a retreat circle for the season 10 queen, and one asked her who her song “Infatuation” (song below) was about. Turns out, it’s for a kween – only, Xtina didn’t know that when they dated:
“It was heartbreaking because I found out he played for your team, not mine.”
My personal favorite exchange came after when Vanessa Vanjie Mateo said, “He’s gonna see this, he’s gonna be mad” (because every self-respecting queen was watching last night or DVR’d it). Christina, clearly not harboring a grudge, replied, “I hope so, girl.” I have to give credit where credit is due…I may have spent fourth grade locked in my room doing homework (aka self-choreographing my own video to “Hit Me Baby One More Time”), but Britney’s team couldn’t write dialogue for her fast enough to come up with a quip like that, girl.
Page Six notes Xtina told MTV News years ago that the song was about Jorge Santos, a dancer she dated for two years.
Once that library was open, more questions about her personal life ensued. Monique Heart brought up the song “Fighter”:
“Was that about someone? Girl you read him for the back row. When you said, ‘You tried to take a joy ride and came down in flames,’ I said, ‘Oooh.’ She read him.”
Xtina said, “Of course it was! He deserved it.”
After moving on from dragging her exes through the mud, Christina did have some pretty sweet (gag) advice to give the other ladies:
“Just keep living. I am so in awe and inspired by everything I’m seeing today. We all have come from some journey. I’m sure we’ve all had a painful place and a struggle or something. And I think that’s really relevant. And that’s a part of my music and a part of where I came from.”
She didn’t add, “I should know! I have a four-octave range, and I still had to watch that Louisiana chipmunk best me in sales!”, but I guess that part is just implied.