'Drag Race' runner-up Lady Camden says she 'wouldn't have changed anything' about season 14: 'I served it as much as I could'
Lady Camdenspoke to Insider about the " RuPaul's Drag Race" season 14 finale.
- The British-born queen won three challenges but ultimately lost to Willow Pill in the finale.
"RuPaul's Drag Race" season 14 runner-up Lady Camden spoke to Insider about losing to Willow Pill, saying that she "wouldn't have changed anything."
"I served it as much as I could in the competition," the British-born queen continued, reflecting on the April 22 finale.
Lady Camden added that she believes Willow won instead because "her story is more captivating to audiences in terms of something to take away from the show."
"We're just completely different entertainers. We bring something very different to drag, each of us," she continued. "What I bring is
After performing an original song, "I Fall Down (I Got Up)" in the finale, Lady Camden made it to the top two where she lip synced to Cher's "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" against Willow Pill.
After Lady Camden lost to Pill, many fans noted the similarities between the season 14 top two and the season 11 top two.
In season 11, Canadian ballerina Brooke Lynn Hytes lost to Denver oddball Yvie Oddly in a similar way the former ballerina Lady Camden lost to Oddly's drag daughter and fellow quirky Coloradan Willow Pill.
"I'm very flattered that people are making comparisons to that," Camden told Insider. "I think Brooke Lynn is fantastic. I've been a huge fan of hers for years."
Despite her loss, Lady Camden is showing no signs of stopping. She's joined the official tour of "
"I kind of have just jumped straight into this tour with Werq the World and what's been kind of nice about that is that I haven't had a lot of time to sort of think about stuff," she said, referring to the finale. "I've sort of just quickly moved on to like the next thing."
After being welcomed into the runner-up club by Brooke Lynn Hytes, could Lady Camden follow in the Canadian queen's footsteps and host "RuPaul's Drag Race UK"? "Oh my god, I would love to," she said.
"What a great job just to sit there and judge people, how amazing would that be — and to look amazing doing it!" she said. "I would love to have any involvement in the UK situation. It would be nice to come home and have a full circle moment but who knows, there's nothing in the works."
Camden also said she'd be open to competing on "RuPaul's Drag Race UK."
"My answer is not no," she added but clarified that it's difficult to consider at the moment. "Every queen who just gets off the show, the last thing they want to do is jump right back into it because it's exhausting."
Regarding her future plans, Lady Camden revealed that she and fellow finalist Angeria Paris VanMicheals are thinking about "putting together a podcast just so we get an excuse to chat to each other a few hours a week."
"My dream would be to do a one-woman show because I love to do crazy shit on stage. I love to do stunts," she said. "I'm very theatrical so it would be really cool to have a show with dancers and ballet."
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