Figure skater John G. “Johnny” Weir did a bit more than judging on Monday's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race.

The three-time U.S. National Figure Skating champion took a break from promoting his 272-page tell-all memoir Welcome to my World to guest judge on cabler Logo's drag reality series, now in its third season.

In Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Style, Weir was joined by fashion model Cheryl Tiegs at the judging table.

In judging 30-year-old Alexis Mateo, who rocked the episode's patriotic challenge by wearing a military coat over a light blue skirt, Weir said: “I love a queen in uniform.”

He was less complimentary about Raja's patriotic PSA, which he compared to a “wet dead fish.”

With only six contestants left fighting to become America's next superstar drag queen, RuPaul ordered Carmen Carrera and Yara Sofia to lip sync for their lives.

As the queens lip synced to the Spanish version of Toni Basil's Oh Mickey, You're So Fine, Carrera, dressed in a patriotic red, white and blue 50's inspired evening gown, sashayed up to Weir to deliver a smooch.

In the end, RuPaul decided to keep both contestants for another round.