Woo hoo! I’m only two signs away from finishing this feature I started so very long ago.
As I’ve mentioned before, I got sort of stuck on Scorpio. I should have wrapped things up quickly after that, but I’m glad I didn’t. Netflix Canada just added Season 2 through Season 9 to their lineup. In order to prepare for the non-stop extravaganza of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” that started last night with the premiere of “All-Stars 4,” I decided to rewatch the show from the beginning. That made me second-guess myself regarding my choice for the Aquarius queen I was going to add to my list.
I’ve chosen Courtney Act for my Dream Team. The reason for that is that her greatest criticism on the show that was that she was too polished. For me, signature Aquarius style can be defined a few ways. In fact, in “Star Struck Style,” I break the sign down into three categories (click the “Buy My Book” link above if you would like to learn more). Courtney Act fits into the Saturnian “typical Hollywood glamour” category. It’s a populist’s version of what’s glamorous and beautiful. Like Farrah Fawcett or Jennifer Aniston, it’s the girl who is gorgeous in non-threatening, non-challenging manner. If we all had a vote, it’s the girl who would probably win because her appeal is so broad-based.
Courtney Act made the final three on Season 6 alongside two much edgier queens. I never thought that she would win because Bianca Del Rio killed the competition and Adore Delano seemed to be favored by the fans. Nevertheless, Courtney Act was as likable and talented as her competitors. I expected to see her on a season of “All-Stars.”
Instead, she appeared on the UK version of “Celebrity Big Brother” and she took the crown on that show. The interesting thing to me is that the fans vote for the winner on the UK version of “Big Brother.” It kind of proves my point that the typical Saturnian Aquarius native will find their niche by appealing to the broadest base of fans possible. “Drag Race” requires more of an edge: something that a Uranian Aquarius individual might possess. Again, you can learn more about these different types of Aquarius natives by reading my book.
Anyway, it was going to be Courtney or another fan-favorite, Latrice Royale, on my Dream Team. Latrice is just as likable, and even as I’m writing this, I’m second-guessing myself because Latrice actually won fan-favorite on her season. But with last night’s premiere of “All-Stars 4,” I almost feel as if I would be jinxing Latrice by choosing her. Nothing would please me more than seeing her in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. Or maybe she can join the cast of the American version of “Celebrity Big Brother” and pick up where her Aquarius sister, Omarosa, left off. Or maybe not . . .