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RuPaul Drag Race season 14: Who was the second queen eliminated?

The second half of the cast have arrived (Picture: VH1/WOW Presents Plus)

Warning: spoilers ahead for RuPaul’s Drag Race season 14.

On the latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 14, the rest of the cast were revealed – with one more queen told to sashay away by RuPaul in a close elimination.

Following last week’s premiere, episode two saw seven more queens introduced to viewers, as Jorgeous, DeJa Skye, Jasmine Kennnedie, Maddy Morphosis, Angeria Paris VanMicheals, Lady Camden and Daya Betty made their entrances into the Werk Room.

The second half of the line-up were put to work straight away, starring in a Tic Tac-themed photoshoot before taking to the stage for a talent show, with performances ranging from lip syncs to a cheerleading comedy routine.

Extra special guest judge Alicia Keys joined Michelle Visage, RuPaul and Carson Kressley on the panel as they watched the queens showcase stunning runway looks, before the head judge decided to place DeJa and Daya in the bottom two.

After a powerful lic sync for their lives to Alicia’s 2001 debut single Fallin’, DeJa was saved, as eliminated contestant Daya exited the stage.

RuPaul's Drag Race season 14 (Picture: VH1/WOW Presents Plus)

Several fans were disappointed over Daya’s exit (Picture: VH1/WOW Presents Plus)
Angeria Paris VanMicheals had a stellar week, winning the mini and maxi challenge (Picture: VH1/WOW Presents Plus)

Several fans expressed their disappointment over Daya’s departure, having dubbed her one of their favourite competitors.

‘I wanted to see more of Daya Betty,’ one person said, alongside a crying emoji.

‘Daya Betty is so precious! Bring back my girl!,’ another tweeted, while someone else commented: ‘Damn. I feel like Daya Betty had WAY MORE to show us and offer!’

Nonetheless, others predicted that Daya and last week’s eliminated queen Orion Story could be back… so we’ll just have to wait and see. Who knows what Mama Ru has up her sleeve?

Elsewhere on the second episode of the series, the queens reacted in shock in the Werk Room as Ru revealed that Maddy is straight, with the competitor caught unawares by the direction of the conversation.

Maddy Morphosis on RuPaul's Drag Race season 14

Maddy was ranked among the bottom queens, but was saved (Picture: VH1/WOW Presents Plus)

Several of the contestants expressed their support for Maddy pursuing drag as a heterosexual cisgender man, with Lady Camden saying: ‘It kind of makes me have mad respect for her.’

‘I think it’s sickening that Maddy is a heterosexual man from a small town in the south and wants to be a sickening drag queen all at the same time. Nobody said it couldn’t be done!’ added Angeria Paris VanMicheals, who was crowned the winner of the week.

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 14 is available to watch on WOW Presents Plus with new episodes dropping on Saturdays.

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