Drag Race Down Under star Minnie Cooper claimed there was intense conflict between her and the other cast members on the series.

The entertainer was the fourth queen to be sent home from the Australian and New Zealand based competition.

Her Snatch Game impersonation of Ellen DeGeneres put her in the bottom two.

She lip-synced for her life against Beverly Kills, who was saved from sashaying away last week.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to keep her in the competition.

Minnie spoke to the Daily Mail Australia about her challenging time on the show.

The 50-year-old stated that the other queens may have been “intimidated” by her 20 years of experience.

“I was isolated by a big majority of the group,” said the entertainer.

Cooper stated it was clear there was a rift between her and the rest of the cast: “I think it’s quite obvious. I would go to speak to them and they would just ignore me and dismiss me.”

“I personally would never do that, especially in an environment like that. It’s really hurtful,” she added.

The drag veteran believed her relationship with judges RuPaul and Michelle Visage impacted how her competitors acted towards her.

“You could see the connection I have with Ru,” she explained.

“I don’t know if it’s because we’re of the same ilk and same age. I just connected with them, I could speak to them.”

The Sydney-born queen added she felt this rapport would have saved her from elimination and believed it would be a double save. Cooper said she was “devastated” to be out of the competition.

There are not only seven queens left in the running: Beverly Kills, Hannah Conda, Kween Kong, Molly Poppinz, Pomara Fifth, Spankie Jackzon and Yuri Guaii.

They will battle it out to become Down Under’s Next Drag Superstar and win a whopping $50,000 AUD.