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This doll isn't here to be friends though. She came to send Tatianna home and win the crown. You may remember the pageant doll's entree into society through a season five mini challenge in which Alaska Thunderfuck said her catchphrase is, "You're not my real dad, and you never will be," and her hobbies included, "Riding dirty and being a straight up motherfucking dick pig."

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But as Alaska told Attitude, The LPC doll is "appropriate for NO ONE ages 1 and up. I vehemently deny the scattered reports of the doll spontaneously coming to life and committing heinous acts of petty crime and burglarization."

Alaska sold dolls of Lil' Poundcake, the character she co-created on the show's fifth season, which served as an inspiration for the album, and toured with a rock music show called Poundcake World Tour. In the United States, the album peaked at number four on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums chart, number three on the Heatseekers Albums chart, and number 28 on the Independent Albums chart.

The album's title and the song "Puppet" refer to the "foul-mouthed" puppet Lil' Poundcake, a "deranged and angry" beauty pageant "competitor from hell" created by Alaska and Lineysha Sparx on the fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race;[1][2] Alaska later dressed like Lil' Poundcake on the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars and sold plush dolls of the character.[3][4] Fellow Drag Race contestants Adore Delano, Gia Gunn, and Miss Fame are featured on "The T", "Stun", and "Chicken", respectively. "The T" has been described as a diss track,[1][5] and features Alaska performing freestyle rap with "some interesting facts about her past relationships, as well as ad-libbing by Adore Delano".[6] According to Gay Star News, "the song addresses a lot of the dirty deets that went down in this past season like Adore Delano's unexpected exit, as well as Alaska's other personal issues such as sobriety, her ex aka drag queen Sharon Needles who's the winner of RPDR Season 4, and her friendship with drag star Willam".[7]

In May, Alaska released a commercial for her Lil' Poundcake doll, featuring Drag Race contestants Jiggly Caliente and Raja.[13] Alaska also supported the album with her Poundcake World Tour, a rock music show featuring Jackie Beat as an opening act.[10] In November, a music video for "Come to Brazil" was released; the video was filmed in Brazil and sees Alaska "taking in everything the country has to offer like soccer, colorful outfits and beautiful boys".[14]

A lot of the show's shenanigans happen during the mini-challenges, seeing that these are often fun for the queens too. While Season 5 of 'Drag Race' had its fair share of over-the-top drama, it also packed a ton of hilarious moments. And of course, it was the season that gave us Lil' Pound Cake. In Season 5, Episode 3, titled 'Draggle Rock', the queens faced off in a fun mini-challenge, titled 'Little Miss Drag Pageant'. Each queen was given a doll that they had to makeover into the next Miss Junior Drag Superstar -- think ' Toddlers and Tiaras' but the drag version of it. Paired off in teams, the queens had to deck out their dolls, have them walk down a runway and even read out a little bio. When Alaska Thunderf**k and Lineysha Sparx were paired together, little did they know that they'd create a drag legend -- Lil' Poundcake.

Decked out in a pink gown with a giant frown painted on, Lil Poundcake, whose name is 'Gertrude Poundcakenstein', is a life-size doll, whose 'parents' are Alaska Thunderf**k and Lineysha Sparx. As per the bio read out loud by Alaska, Lil' Poundcake's catchphrase is "Your not my real dad and you never will be". Dressed up like a toddler pageant mom herself, Alaska also mentioned that Lil' Poundcake enjoys "ridin' dirty and being a straight-up motherf**kin' d**kpig."

Apart from having her second full-length music album also named 'Poundcake', Alaska began selling recreations of the doll too, which were an instant hit among fans. Lil' Poundcake clearly has quite the legacy of her own! Catch all the new episodes of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 13 on VH1 every Friday at 9/8c. For more information, check your local listings.

Alaska's is the clear winner, though. She comes out in what looks like a bizarre hazmat suit, but reveals that she's transformed herself into Lil' Poundcake! Back in season five, Alaska and another queen, Lineysha Sparx, created Lil' Poundcake for a pageant-themed doll decoration challenge. The profane and crude character won them the challenge, and it's a kick to see Alaska revive her three years later. 041b061a72


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