Chi Chi DeVayne gave some thoughtful input about what it's like being part of RuPaul's Drag Race.
On Wednesday, Huffington Post shared an interview with the drag queen who was sent home at fourth place this season. It was definitely a life-changing experience and something that any aspiring queen should try out for.
"It's a wonderful platform and I encourage any queen, whether you're established and have been doing it for 50 years...I encourage anybody to try out because it is life-changing and we all want a little bit of fame," DeVayne said with a laugh. "So why not? Go for it."
Now that her time on the show is over, DeVayne is ready for the future. She also has a specific way of how she wants to be remembered for her time in the race.
"I want the legacy of Chi Chi DeVayne to be a damn good performer that came from nowhere and took the world by storm," she said. "I want to be one of the household names- I want to be one of the 'RuPauls.' I want to do music, film, acting- all of that kind of stuff."
The contestant also opened up on how unique drag can be, and how it comes in so many shapes and forms that people are realizing more.
"I think people are becoming more receptive to the alternative styles of drag," she noted. "It's just showing people that it doesn't matter- drag is drag and your talent is what's going to carry you through."
The top three contestants this season are Bob the Drag Queen, Kim Chi and Naomi Smalls.
The season finale of RuPaul's Drag Race airs on Monday, May 16 at 9 p.m. ET on Logo TV.