With four remaining contestants left on RuPaul's Drag Race, who's going to make it to the top?
In an interview with The Advocate on Thursday, Derrick Barry who was eliminated in the latest episode, dished on who she's rooting for at this point. There's one in particular she mentioned although she wishes the best for all of them.
"I love Kim Chi's drag," Barry said. "I think it's so over-the-top, and she is by far the best representation of the title. But I do find winning qualities in all of them."
The other contestants are Bob the Drag Queen, Chi Chi Devayne and Naomi Smalls.
Barry actually opened up on the dispute she had with Smalls on the series and how she kind of saw that coming.
"I knew she was not really happy with my drag, and it was starting to come through, so it was kind of inevitable," Barry explained. "We took low blows at each other in the puppet challenge, but that was the challenge. I think that once we kept talking about things, more stuff came up that was actually the root of the issue. She didn't think I should be there because I am character-based instead of drag persona."
The drag queen also revealed what she would've done differently looking back at her time in the race.
"I would have taken more risks when it came to creativity, and I would have taken more risks when it came to my makeup," Barry admitted. "I definitely wished I changed up my features and done different looks to my face- that was my journey though. I had to experience this to understand how important different looks are to drag. I'm very happy with my time on the show, but obviously wish I could have gone further."
RuPaul's Drag Race airs on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Logo TV.