RuPaul unleashes Glamazon video

Season 4 Drag Race finalists star in sci-fi inspired clip

RuPaul unleashes Glamazon video
14 April 2012

Drag superstar RuPaul has premiered the brand new video for his song Glamazon.

In true RuPaul's Drag Race tradition, the video depicts the latest season's finalists who, this time, take revenge on the show's judges and past contestants in a low budget, tongue-in-cheek romp inspired by Japanese sci-fi.

Directed by Mathu Andersen, the video features season 4 finalists Sharon Needles, Phi Phi O'hara and Chad Michaels as giant, city destroying monsters, crushing everything in sight.

Guest judges including Pamela Anderson, Kelly Osbourne and Rose McGowan make brief cameo appearances before being crushed, smashed and fried by the 60-foot drag queens.

While Sharon, Phi Phi and Chad are given their fair share of the limelight, RuPaul is at hand to show the three who the real Queen Bee is!

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