'RuPaul's Drag Race': Dahlia Sin Gets Surprised by Doja Cat at an Episode Viewing Party

Amid controversy, RuPaul’s Drag Race is poised to kick off into high gear next week when its two groups of queens come together for the first time. Recently at a viewing party of the first episode, one of this season’s queens, Dahlia Sin, got a surprise from rising music star Doja Cat!

Doja Cat is one of the biggest new music starts

Though Doja Cat’s career first started taking off in 2018, she gained further popularity and 2019 and her career has reached new heights so far in 2020.

After the viral song, “Moo,” which debuted in 2018, she had another viral song, “Tia Tamera,” which was released in 2019. Her first big hit, “Juicy,” reached No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100. A remix of the song was also released featuring rapper Tyga.

She pushed further into unprecedented success in her career with the 2020 single, “Say So,” which at the time of publishing, had reached No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song also has a super popular music video which as spawned a dance challenge called the Say So Challenge.

Dahlia Sin’s ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ debut

Sin made her RuPaul’s Drag Race debut on the second week of the two-week premiere.

She has immediately become one of the favorites for fans and the judges and fellow queens have already referred to her as a “look” and “high fashion” queen.

However, the judges did think she seemed a bit disconnected in the queens’ group performance and hope that next time

At a viewing party at NO BAR in New York City for the first episode of the season, Doja Cat surprised Dahlia Sin and came out for a quick performance with her.

One fan tweeted, “ok but doja cat dancing with and tipping dahlia while she performed juicy is the only wholesome content i needed today.”

Another person said, “still screaming at the fact that dahlia sin performed doja cat in front of doja cat at the premiere party last night Loudly crying face my girl really won HUH.”

RuPaul’s Drag Race airs weekly on VH1.

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