The competition was fierce during season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race but only one queen could reign supreme. In the end, Yvie Oddly was never asked to “sashay away.” The final lip sync battle was between Yvie and Brooke Lynn Hytes, two contestants with very different styles, duking it out for the final crown. It was intense, fun and had viewers grooving in their living rooms.

Earlier in the episode, Silky Nutmeg Ganache chose to face off against Brooke for a saucy battle of “Bootylicious” by Destiny’s Child. The performance included a surprise ballet shoe reveal, handstands and multiple wigs (to make up for ours being snatched). Next, Yvie and A’Keria Chanel Davenport went head-to-head to the sounds of Rihanna‘s “SOS” where the soon-to-be season winner revealed “Free Britney” written on her underwear.

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The final lip sync battle between Yvie and Brooke was set to “Edge of Glory” by Lady Gaga. Brooke, who is a professionally trained dancer, brought out all her best kicks and leaps. However, Yvie stole the crowd with her distinct and quirky style that included blood-red contact lenses and insane backbends. Surprisingly, she didn’t even have a big ~reveal~ of a new costume or wig, which made the performance even more stunning.

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Yvie (real name Jovan Bridges) definitely brought her unique flavor to the competition. “I want to be that one piece you see is missing, that one representation for the ‘other,'” Yvie previously told Entertainment Weekly about her motivation. “There needs to be representation for that countercultural viewpoint. [We’re] there to stir the pot, whether visually or with [our] words!”

The fact that her style of drag is very different isn’t lost on the reality show winner. Yvie continued, “People expect a finished product and expect you to look like you spent thousands of dollars or dripping in diamonds. My drag has shaken a lot of the viewers up: It’s not polished and it won’t ever be polished, but that doesn’t mean it’s not finished or it’s not good.”

Congrats on your big victory, Yvie!