Television’s most radical show is back, and it’s back with a bang. After a successful drag race season 13, Ru Paul has now released the first looks for All-Stars 6. While some fans of the show prefer the usual drag race, others wait for the drag veterans to come back and battle it out in a game that only consists of the best in the game. Many fans do not always agree with Mama Ru’s decisions on who has to sashay away, which is exactly why RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is such an all-time favorite spinoff show. It gives fan favorites and RuPaul’s other legendary children a chance to redeem themselves, step up on the main stage for the second (or even third) time, and had another opportunity to snatch the crown and earn a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. Because All Stars queens have already been a part of the show once, it’s exciting as they know what to expect (for the most part) and are ready to turn up fierce looks and performances that leave us gagging.
If previous seasons are to be considered, All-Stars 6 is going to be an epic blast. Bringing the house down boots, our beloved queens will bring high fashion to the runway, stunning makeup, sickening performances, and lots and lots of drama.
Here’s all we know about the upcoming show for now.
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 6 Cast:
The following queens have been revealed to return to the drag race for their redemption:
- A’keria Chanel Davenport: Drag Race Season 11
- Eureka O’Hara: Drag Race Season 9 and 10
- Ginger Minj: Drag Race Season 7, All-Stars 2
- Jan: Drag Race Drag Race Season 12
- Jiggly Caliente: Drag Race Season 4
- Pandora Boxx: Drag Race Season 2, All-Stars 1
- Ra’Jah O’Hara: Drag Race Season 11
- Scarlet Envy: Drag Race Season 11
- Serena ChaCha: Drag Race Season 5
- Silky Ganache: Season 11
- Sonique: Drag Race Season 2
- Trinity K Bonet: Drag Race Season 6
- Yara Sofia: Drag Race Season 3, All-Stars 1
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 6 Judges:
The titular queen Ru Paul is going to be the most critical judge as it’s her show. However, her biologically female sister Michelle Visage will most definitely be there. In addition, comedian Ross Matthews and Queer Eye fame Carson Kressley are also regular judges on the show’s latest season. Apart from them, the extra-special guest judges invited to critique the queens and help Ru make her decisions will be a much-awaited surprise.
What Will The Winner Receive?
The prize is the same as always. Aside from a crown and scepter, the winner will win a coveted spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. The crowned queen will also receive a cash prize of $100,000 and one year’s supply of makeup. Mama Ru is known for throwing in many extra cash tips in All-Stars, and we may see more of that for the overall best performer every week or for those that win the lip syncs. While this is what we know for sure, Mama Ru is known for pulling unexpected twists every season, and she loves to stir the pot, too. I can’t wait.
Where Can I Watch All Stars 6?
You can catch All Stars 6 on Paramount Plus.