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Drag Race’s LaLa Ri slays a lip-sync to Estelle’s ‘Something Good / Devotion’

Drag Race's reigning Miss Congeniality is giving us everything in Superdrag Lip-sync, supported by Slingsby.

By Alastair James

You better be ready, because you’re about to get the full LaLa Ri experience.

The RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13 star and reigning Miss Congeniality is serving looks, moves and plenty of latex as she takes on Estelle’s ‘Something Good / Devotion’ for Attitude’s Superdrag Lip-sync, supported by Slingsby.

Atlanta-based LaLa Ri proves once again why she’s more than deserving of the mantle of ‘lip-sync assassin’ as she tears into the soulful house-inspired track from ‘American Boy’ singer Estelle’s 2015 album True Romance.

Recreating the neon-lit dancefloors environment we’ve all been missing this past year, LaLa reminds us that while her time in the Drag Race workroom may have been shorter than she’d have liked, she’s most definitely a superstar who’s here to stay.

Also taking part in Superdrag Lip-sync, supported by Slingsby is drag artist Chiyo, RuPaul’s Drag Race UK stars Baga Chipz and Asttina Mandella, as well as ShayShay, Cheddar Gorgeous and Barbs.

Superdrag Lip-sync, supported by Slingsby, is part of Attitude Pride at Home, in association with Klarna, that runs from 17-27 June at, and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@attitudemag).

Attitude Pride at Home, in association with Klarna, is to benefit the Attitude Magazine Foundation for LGBT causes – this year supporting ten amazing organisations including AKT, Black Trans Foundation, Curly’s Legacy, Elton John AIDS Foundation, The Food Chain, Kaleidoscope Trust, LGBT Youth Scotland, Mermaids, Stonewall UK and Switchboard LGBT.

Each will receive at least £1000 courtesy of our sponsors Klarna, Bentley, Clifford Chance, Slingsby, Swatch and Taimi and individual supporters.

To donate £5 please text ATHOME5 to 70480 or see our Virgin Money Giving link here. Visit for more details.