Watch: Twitter Shades 'Canada's Drag Race' Judges Over Harsh Critiques

Saturday August 8, 2020

Fans of "Canada's Drag Race" are up in arms after the latest episode of the reality spinoff show due to the judges' harsh critiques towards some of the contestants, and they're taking to Twitter to voice their opinions.

The latest episode found judges Brooke Lynn Hytes ("RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 11 runner-up), actor Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, fashion model Stacey McKenzi, and guest host comedian Tom Green giving their thoughts about the final seven queens after an improv acting challenge.

Some fans highlighted one comment in particular from Bowyer-Chapman, who critiqued drag queen Ilona Verley on her all-denim runway outfit. After giving props on Ilona's makeup, the "UnREAL" star didn't hold back when it came to the performer's exposed backside.

"When I see that booty in a little turn-around... a little full coverage foundation may have helped you out," Bowyer-Chapman said.

Later in the episode, when the queens were backstage, he brought up the same critique, where Brooke Lynn agreed.

"She definitely should have put some makeup on the ass," she said.

Ilona responded to the criticism after the episode aired in a few tweets.

But it didn't take long before fans took to Twitter to call out the judges. Find the best response below. (Neither Bowyer-Chapman nor Brooke Lynn have commented on the backlash.)