"Where is the body?" memes are the real winner of RuPaul's Drag Race season 11
31 May 2019, 17:29
Drag Race's A'Keria C. Davenport is the star of the "Where is the body?" meme...
"Where is the body?" memes are going viral and it's all thanks to A'Keria C. Davenport from RuPaul's Drag Race season 11.
RuPaul's Drag Race is no stranger to hilarious memes. Ever since the show first aired in 2009, it's been responsible for some of the funniest things to come out of the internet. From its iconic challenges to its legendary queens, Drag Race continues to inspire laugh out loud memes. This year alone, its contestants have blessed us with everything from "Club 96" memes and "And I oop!" memes. Now A'Keria C. Davenport is behind the viral "Where is the body?" meme.
Check out the funniest "Where is the body?" memes below.
Yvie Oddly may have won the whole competition (deserved) but it's a segment from A'Keria C. Davenport's verse in 'Queens Everywhere' that's been immortalised in meme history. In the season 11 semi-final, the queens were tasked with writing and rapping their own lyrics to RuPaul's new single 'Queens Everywhere'. They also had to perform in the music video and now A'Keria's "Where is the body?" line has been transformed into a legendary meme.
A'Keria's delivery is so perfect - from her outfit and her make-up to her performance - that it's the perfect template for a viral meme. The meme itself is simple, all you have to do is apply the "Where is the body?" clip to a fictional situation or a real life scenario in which the phrase "Where is the body?" is an accurate response. Confused? We've scoured the internet and gathered together the best "Where is the body?" memes all in one place.
Let's start with a meme about the first gay icon.
When Mary Magdalene opened Jesus’s tomb pic.twitter.com/xoq0l8IHvE— Dewayne “Not Dwayne” Perkins (@DewaynePerkins) May 30, 2019
It's not a meme if it hasn't inspired a religious meme.
This one is for all of the college students out there.
Professors when you turn in an essay that only has an introduction and a conclusion pic.twitter.com/CCxrqx00tB— God is a Bottom (@DamagedBttm) May 30, 2019
Why is this so relatable?
Actually maybe this is the most relatable one.
Me in April: I’ve gotta get my summer body together— Generic Internet Gay (@genericgaystuff) May 30, 2019
Me when June arrives and I’ve done nothing: pic.twitter.com/DWYS3BTf4X
Every body is a summer body.
Obviously How to Get Away with Murder made its way into the meme.
Annalise Keating when her students/employees kill another person pic.twitter.com/yyFYqmXBeY— Matt Ortile (@ortile) May 30, 2019
Buffy the Vampire Slayer suits the meme too.
Me looking through Limewire for my favorite Buffy Episode— Patrick Sullivan (@PatchNavillus) May 30, 2019
Shoutout to LimeWire hive.
Dexter definitely applies to the meme.
Dexter turning up to work knowing full well he butchered the missing person they're investigating the disappearance of pic.twitter.com/4R8MdkWn3f— Joe (@JoePassmore) May 30, 2019
If you know, you know.
And Law & Order was made for the meme.
Jerry Orbach for 274 episodes: pic.twitter.com/uc7JkGg9RF— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) May 30, 2019
It applies to iconic supermodels.
When Elle Macpherson is late to a photo shoot pic.twitter.com/L0edIgi6zS— Ira thee Third (@ira) May 30, 2019
Elle BEEN Macpherson.
It applies to all of us.
Me dissociating pic.twitter.com/oUfmEqPgjn— Harron Walker (@HarronWawker) May 30, 2019
And last but not least...
me as a murder detective pic.twitter.com/W3ae0KpT1n— naty ♡'s hyejoo (@rosesnthxrns) May 29, 2019
...the tweet which launched a thousand memes.