This was one for the HERstory books.

Remember how gagged you were when Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna stomped down the runway in their matching bodysuits to perform Shut Up and Drive? Or when Sasha Velour unveiled her rose petals during her battle against Shea Coulee? Well honey, this week’s lip sync was up there with some of the greatest performances in Drag Race HERstory. PERIODT.

This week, the contestants competed in a nautical-themed version of the show’s legendary, staple challenge, Snatch Game. Veep co-stars Tony Hale and Clea DuVall guest judge alongside Drag Race icons Jinkx Monsoon and Morgan McMichaels.

Silky Nutmeg Ganache earned heaps of praise for her impersonation of trans activist and internet personality, TS Madison, ultimately winning her second challenge of the season. Shuga Cain and Nina West also received positive critiques for their performances of Charo and Harvey Fierstein and Jo Anne Warley, landing in the top three.

Plastique Tiara and A’keria C. Davenport were deemed safe by the judges for their portrayals of Lovely Mimi (Love & Hip-Hop) and Tiffany Haddish, while Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, Brooke Lynn Hytes and Yvie Oddly found themselves in the bottom.

Vanjie chose to impersonate viral internet sensation and rapper Danielle Bregoli aka Bhad Bhabie, but according to the judges, ended up portraying… herself. However, she managed to escape elimination, leaving the season’s two frontrunners, Brooke – who flopped as Celine Dion – and Yvie – who failed to generate laughter of any kind with Whoopi Goldberg – to lip sync for their lives.

And honey honey honey, like we said in the headline, like we said in our opening sentence, it was without-a-doubt one of the most fierce performances the show has ever seen. To Demi Lovato’s critically-acclaimed dance-pop anthem Sorry Not Sorry, the queens turned it out with flips, kicks, hair-flips and reveals – with some cirque de soleil-esque stunts thrown in.

Watch below and prepare to GAG.

Shortly after the episode aired, Drag Race fans – and even several of its former contestants – praised the queens on Twitter, with season two and All Stars icon Tatianna stating: “That was mothafuckin better than me and Congrats and that was amazing!”

Season seven’s lip sync assassin Kennedy Davenport also wrote: “Clears throat.. THAT LIP SYNC WAS PERFECT. PERIODT .”

Check out the best reactions from Twitter below: