Drag Race star Plane Jane has broken her silence on this week’s controversial maxi-challenge. 

Spoilers ahead.

On the latest episode of Drag Race season 16, the six remaining queens – Dawn, Morphine Love Dion, Nymphia Wind, Jane, Q, and Sapphira Cristál – were tasked with tapping into their design and acting skills.

“You’ll be starring in the hot new design show Bathroom Hunties. Now working in pairs, each designing duo needs to build a model powder room,” Ru explained. 

“Now you’ll all be working for the same client: an eclectic couple opening a nightclub. They want their powder room to be over the top, filled with unexpected features and amenities.” 

Towards the end of her statement, Ru reminded the queens that their bathrooms must be 100% gender inclusive. 

“This restroom shouldn’t be a good place to go. It should also be a fun place to stay,” Mama Ru added. 

After sharing the challenge rules, the ‘Call Me Mother’ singer split the queens into pairs, with Plane and Sapphira making up Team 1, Morphine and Q as Team 2, and Dawn and Nymphia rounding out Team 3. 

While most of the ladies were happy with their placements, Morphine expressed hesitation over being placed with Q due to her response over losing last week’s challenge. 

“So Mama, I’m paired up with Q, and she just had a bitch fit about not winning, and it was like a mega-mega bitch fit,” the Miami-based queen said in a confessional. “I hope she got out of that because, girl, she can pull me down with her.”

Fortunately, there was no drama between any of the queens during the creative process, which was filled with hilarious moments and a rowdy paint battle. 

After completing their bathroom designs, the queens showed off their work to Didi and Dada (Michelle Visage and Carson Kressley) on Bathroom Hunties. 

Morphine and Q’s went with a hell-themed powder room, calling it the ‘Naughty Potty’. 

Nymphia and Dawn took an artsy approach with their ‘F.ART Museum’ washroom. 

Lastly, Plane and Sapphira closed out the show with their 1920s ‘Bottylickers Speakeasy’ bathroom. 

While each team delivered creative ideas, standout comedy, and steamy Pit Crew cameos, the overall challenge fell flat among many Drag Race viewers.  

One fan on X, formerly known as Twitter, wrote: “I’m so sorry I hated this challenge.” 

Another person added: “Drag Race wants another Club 96 moment by doing these room design challenges.” 

A third fan tweeted: “A bathroom challenge… are we running out of ideas? I would’ve took another design challenge at least.” 

In response to the negative critiques, Plane took to her X account to share her unfiltered thoughts on the challenge. 

“I’ve seen mixed opinions, but I actually really liked this challenge and the previous one,” she wrote. 

While the Boston-based queen admitted that the Bathroom Hunties and Drag Awareness Seminar challenges were “hard af,” it allowed them to flex their comedic chops in “fun and creative” ways. 

Plane and Sapphira’s bathroom experience was a hit with the judges, resulting in the two queens winning the challenge.  

On next week’s episode of Drag Race season 16, the five remaining contestants will be tasked with making over dancers from RuPaul’s Drag Race Live into “devastating” drag queens. 

Country star Kelsea Ballerini will be stepping in as guest judge. 

Drag Race season 16 is available to stream on WOW Presents Plus and MTV.