Stop what you’re doing sisterrr, because Plane Jane has joined in on the memes of her viral resurfaced photo.

Over the weekend, a headshot of the RuPaul’s Drag Race finalist made the rounds on social media – Gay Twitter, primarily – in which the ‘Burger Finger’ inventor, artist and legend can be seen out of drag in a formal look – suit and tie included.

Fans reshared the photo with their own revisions of Plane Jane’s now-iconic quote from season 16 – “Kudos to you for saying that, for spilling” – with professional and corporate twists, such as “Kudos for hitting your KPIs sister, for performing” and “Kudos for sustaining that your honour, for sentencing”.

Plane Jane later joined in as she posted the meme on Instagram, alongside the caption: “Kudos for adding me on LinkedIn mama, for connecting.”

Her Instagram carousel also included a scene from the latest episode of Drag Race, where RuPaul blows a fan in her direction for her book cover shoot, and her hilarious scene from Untucked in which she breaks the fourth wall to lament her bottom placement. Additional slides included memes of her titty-popping lip-sync against Q.

Plane Jane’s post was met with an uproarious response from Drag Race alumni such as Ts Madison, Nymphia Wind, Xunami Muse and Mhi’ya Iman Le’Paige.

On X (formerly known as Twitter), she also joked that ensemble in the photo will be her “entrance look for Global All Stars All Winners Vs the World”.

Check out her Instagram post here and the best memes to her corporate realness below.

On the latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Racethe top four queens – Nymphia Wind, Plane Jane, Sapphira Cristál and Q – were tasked with writing their memoirs, posing for the cover shoot and speaking about pivotal moments from their life with Las Culturistas podcast host Matt Rogers.

Plane and Q ultimately landed in the bottom and lip-synced to Tina Turner’s rock classic ‘Better Be Good to Me’, with the former joining Nymphia and Sapphira in the final three.

Next week, the eliminated contestants will compete in a lip-sync smackdown, with the champion taking home a cash prize of $50,000.