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Snatch Game — the Drag Race challenge that separates the contenders from the filler, and corn from the cumin. Since Season 2 of the OG show, this challenge has provided some of the show’s highest highs (Is that my camera?) and lowest lows (Snookie wants to smoosh smoosh) as literally hundreds of queens, both domestic and international, have impersonated celebrities with varying degrees of success. And we love every second of it. Now the Great Pop Culture Debate podcast wants to determine the Best Snatch Game Performance of all time (at least, up until mid-2022), and we want YOUR opinions! And RAAAAASPBERRIES!
Below find EVERY SINGLE SNATCH GAME CHARACTER from the history of RuPaul’s Drag Race AND its various international spinoffs. (You can also find the poll by clicking here.) Go through the list and select your favorites. Pick as many as you like! The options are listed chronologically in order of series debut, and then by season. So regular Drag Race S2-S14, Drag Race All Stars 2-7*, Thailand 1-2, UK 1-3, Canada 1-2, Holland 1-2, Down Under 1, Espana 1-2, Italia 1, and UK vs the World. It’s a long list, so if you want to search for a specific performance or a specific queen, just do Ctrl + F and search that way. We’re feeling very exciiiiiteeed!
*Note that we did not include any impersonations from RuPaul’s Gaff-In from All Stars 1, as that’s technically not Snatch Game, and also, they were all terrible.
We’re pretty sure we got every single Snatch Game performance, but if we missed one of your faves, add it in the space below. (I just wrote “ANUS.”) Then send to your friends and have them fill out the poll with their favorites! The more votes, the better the bracket will be. Much like Maya Angelou, we don’t want to be a punk bitch.
The 32 top vote-getters will be discussed on Season 6 of the Great Pop Culture Debate podcast. debuting in fall 2022. Find out more at greatpopculturedebate.com.