The internet is cackling over this cursed RuPaul Christmas ornament
16 November 2021, 17:20 | Updated: 16 November 2021, 18:08
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It's a little over one month until Christmas Day and it's time to start thinking about how we're going to decorate the tree. A little angel? A star, perhaps? Or, maybe a cursed RuPaul ornament from Wish?
Well, one RuPaul fan decided to get their very own RuPaul Christmas tree ornament and, as you can imagine when you buy absolutely anything from Wish, the buyer received something that was a little different to what they expected.
A Twitter user shared a post of the Christmas decoration, which featured the Drag Race judge with gold hair and streaks of glitter running through it. The ornament also had a gold high-neck number on to match, of course. But the face? Um, yeah, the only way to describe it is terrifying.
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The face featured painted on lashes, purple shadow and a black line that we can only assume is either eyeliner or eyeshadow. Then there's the lips. Ru sported a wonky smile, baring all their teeth, and a red lip.
The listing description reads: "This RuPaul ornament will add charisma, uniqueness, never, and talent to your holiday decor. Crafted from molten glass that is mouth-blown into meticulously carved molds, each ornament is basically "couture," as it is hand-painted, beaded, glued, and glittered." And all that can be yours for just $24…
It didn't take too long before RuPaul saw the ornament and branded it "unauthorised crap". It's all in good fun, though. Ru later shared multiple tweets about the truly chilling decoration.
IT’S HERE! RuPaul's #DragRace Superstar Mobile Game! @rdrsuperstar App Store Link: https://t.co/04hJeQey9F pic.twitter.com/k9U7ybOx49— RuPaul (@RuPaul) November 16, 2021
Authorized vs. Bootleg #PussyHoCouldNever #SheIsNotOneOfDem pic.twitter.com/9hWgsfHLKo— RuPaul (@RuPaul) November 16, 2021
#BootlegXmasOrnament #Jacked #JustWhatTheyWant pic.twitter.com/KqPxS9r4WN— RuPaul (@RuPaul) November 15, 2021
Now, the internet is cackling at RuPaul's Christmas ornament.
So someone on my timeline posted that they got this @RuPaul Christmas ornament from Wish. And that they were upset with it. I can see why! It looks like Jennifer Holiday in mid performance! 😂 😂 😂 pic.twitter.com/dsof924lOT— Prince Cat-Eyez (@PrinceCatEyez) November 15, 2021
Mamma @RuPaul popping off pic.twitter.com/9nu54YXdDM— Dan Ellis (@dgellis0907) November 16, 2021
RuPaul to whoever made those Christmas ornaments pic.twitter.com/l1UjCOvgLP— Joey Nolfi (@joeynolfi) November 15, 2021
Trying to act normal in front of the bouncer when you’re off your tits pic.twitter.com/EnNaQLPVB3— Jason Reid (@JasonReidUK) November 16, 2021
Finally sighted: @RuPaul’s inner saboteur.@OddlyYvie @NinaWest @RuPaulsDragRace pic.twitter.com/Jmza9kTQLJ— Andrew Scahill (@andrewscahill) November 16, 2021
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Just bought a dozen of these LMFAO pic.twitter.com/ym6Uye6UZE— Trixie Mattel™ (@trixiemattel) November 15, 2021
Yes. I spent $24 on the RuPaul ornament, but that’s because I believe in supporting mother, because she’s done so much for me ☺️— Shea Couleé (@SheaCoulee) November 16, 2021
"RuPaul ornament from wish isn't real, she can't hurt you."— karen from finance (@braaatphomet) November 16, 2021
RuPaul ornament from wish pic.twitter.com/t2MP4bUcUn
Therapist: the RuPaul Wish ornament isn't real. It can't hurt you.— Jason Ferrante (@FerranteJason) November 15, 2021
The RuPaul Wish ornament: pic.twitter.com/clvFIyXWan
What makes it even funnier is that Ru actually does have her own "authorised" Christmas ornament. The elegant gold or silver ornament was sold at Drag Con in 2018 but sadly it no longer seems to be available on RuPaul's Pop-Up Shop.
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