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RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race

They come armed with stilettos, feathers and sequins, prepared for a battle where one false move—or eyelash—could spell doom. They are the best-of-the-best, the top queens from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Seasons 1-4, and they’re ready to lip-synch for their lives to determine which All-Star will walk away with $100K and a spot in the “Drag Race Hall of Fame.”

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Join RuPaul as he welcomes back the most celebrated queens of the past for OUTtv’s new series “RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race” — the wildest, most jaw-dropping, and outrageous Drag Race yet. This special series has six, one-hour episodes.  And don’t forget to stay “tucked in” for a whole new season of backstage bitchiness with the premiere of companion series “Untucked: All Stars” immediately following “RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race” each week.

The 12 queens entering the RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race drag battle this season are: Pandora Boxx, Tammie Brown, Nina Flowers, Jujubee, Mimi Imfurst, Manila Luzon, Alexis Mateo, Chad Michaels, Raven, Latrice Royale, Shannel and Yara Sofia.  Only one will walk out as the ultimate queen among queens.
And, as always, the Drag Race franchise has been synonymous with the coolest (and campiest) guest judges.  “RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race” will not disappoint as it brings Rosie Perez, Ross Matthews, Rachel Hunter, Vicki Lawrence, Busy Phillips, Rachel Dratch, Janice Dickinson, Wendy McClendon-Covey, Elvira, Beth Ditto and Cheri Oteri to the guest judges table alongside RuPaul, Michelle Visage and Santino Rice.  Together, they will decide who will “Shante! Stay!” or “Sashay Away.”
For up-to-date “RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race” news and exclusives, join the “Fans: Untucked” super fan community on the “RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race” Facebook page or follow the series on Twitter at @RuPaulsDragRace and #DragRace.

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Order in the court room, hunties! It’s time to gag over the line up of queens walking the runway for Season 2 of All Stars!

Season 2 of All Stars is what a RuPaul’s Drag Race season 5 reunion would look like… if a few other seasons queens were accidentally invited. The lineup includes RoLaskaToxx (Roxxy Andrews, Alaska Thunderf***, and Detox), basically the proverbial “Plastics” of Drag Race. Season 5 rivals Alyssa Edwards and Coco Montrese also return, because a reunion is not a reunion without a cat fight waiting to erupt.  

The self-proclaimed “Glamour Toad” Ginger Minj and “The Sweatiest Woman in Showbiz” Katya of season 7 make their returns as well, adding a dose of humour and weirdness that will keep the rest of these girls on the tips of their heels. Everyone’s favourite party girl and Season 6 breakout Adore Delano also joins the cast, along with standouts from earlier seasons including Phi Phi O’Hara (season 4) and Tatianna (season 2).

Start your engines and tune in August 25 at 8pm ET/PT for an epic All Stars season that is guaranteed to leave your wig on the floor. Can we get an Amen?

Episode 101 It Takes Two

Twelve All Stars arrive to compete for $100,000 and a chance to become the first inductee into RuPaul’s Drag Race Hall of Fame. In the season premiere, the queens have to produce high fashion editorial photo spreads. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges supermodel Rachel Hunter and TV personality Ross Mathews.

Episode 102 RuPaul’s Gaff-In

The queens find themselves battling for laughs while impersonating their favorite celebrities on “RuPaul’s Gaff-In” with Vicki Lawrence’s “Mama”, who is joined on the judge’s panel by actress Busy Phillips.

Episode 103 Queens Behaving Badly

The queens hit the streets of Hollywood to prank unsuspecting passers-by. RuPaul’s extra special guest judges are funny lady Rachel Dratch and the world’s first supermodel, Janice Dickinson.

Episode 104 All Star Girl Groups

Legendary children Kady Z, Jillian Hervey and Kelly Osbourne join the queens to form All Star girl groups in a battle of the divas for the fiercest set. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress/choreographer Rosie Perez and Mary Wilson of The Supremes.

Episode 105 Dynamic Drag Duos

The final four assume super hero and super foe alter egos and go to epic heights to vanquish their nemeses. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress/comedian Wendi McClendon – Covey and Mistress of the Dark Elvira.

Episode 106 The Grand FINALE

For the final challenge, RuPaul sends her All Stars on a whirlwind junket that culminates with a stand-up routine at L.A.’s famous Comedy Store. Cheri Oteri is their comedy coach and is joined on the judge’s panel by The Gossip’s Beth Ditto.

Episode 201 All Star Talent Show Extravaganza

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10 queens return to compete for $100,000 and a place in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. The first test is to compete in a drag talent show. With guest judge Raven-Symoné.

Episode 202 All Stars Snatch Game

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The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show, and burn rubber in a latex runway. With guest judge Ross Mathews.

Episode 203 HERstory Of The World

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The queens are challenged to perform in a lip-syncing dance number inspired by the baddest bitches of history. Fashion designer Jeremy Scott guest judges.

Episode 204 Drag Movie Shequels

 

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The queens’ acting chops are tested in parody movie sequels of RuPaul’s favourite movies. Big Freedia co-stars, and Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger guest judges.

Episode 205 Revenge Of The Queens

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The queens must perform a live stand-up comedy act in front of an audience of judgmental drag queens. Ross Mathews returns to guest judge. 

Episode 206 DragCon Fish Tank

Screen Shot 2016-09-29 at 10.47.02 AMThe queens design and market drag-influenced products, to be sold at RuPaul’s DragCon 2017. Entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis (CNBC’s The Profit) co-stars, and Irish comedian Graham Norton guest judges. 

Episode 207 Family That Drags Together

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The queens must makeover family members and vogue the house down. Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation) guest judges.

Episode 208 All Stars Supergroup

Screen Shot 2016-10-11 at 5.27.35 PMThe winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is crowned. But first, the queens must write and perform a rap on RuPaul’s new hit single, and guest on RuPaul’s podcast with Michelle Visage.

Episode 209 RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars: Reunion

Reunion

The Queens are back to spill ALL the tea and throw ALL the shade on season 2.

Episode 101 It Takes Two

Twelve All Stars arrive to compete for $100,000 and a chance to become the first inductee into RuPaul’s Drag Race Hall of Fame. In the season premiere, the queens have to produce high fashion editorial photo spreads. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges supermodel Rachel Hunter and TV personality Ross Mathews.

Episode 102 RuPaul’s Gaff-In

The queens find themselves battling for laughs while impersonating their favorite celebrities on “RuPaul’s Gaff-In” with Vicki Lawrence’s “Mama”, who is joined on the judge’s panel by actress Busy Phillips.

Episode 103 Queens Behaving Badly

The queens hit the streets of Hollywood to prank unsuspecting passers-by. RuPaul’s extra special guest judges are funny lady Rachel Dratch and the world’s first supermodel, Janice Dickinson.

Episode 104 All Star Girl Groups

Legendary children Kady Z, Jillian Hervey and Kelly Osbourne join the queens to form All Star girl groups in a battle of the divas for the fiercest set. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress/choreographer Rosie Perez and Mary Wilson of The Supremes.

Episode 105 Dynamic Drag Duos

The final four assume super hero and super foe alter egos and go to epic heights to vanquish their nemeses. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress/comedian Wendi McClendon – Covey and Mistress of the Dark Elvira.

Episode 106 The Grand FINALE

For the final challenge, RuPaul sends her All Stars on a whirlwind junket that culminates with a stand-up routine at L.A.’s famous Comedy Store. Cheri Oteri is their comedy coach and is joined on the judge’s panel by The Gossip’s Beth Ditto.

Episode 201 All Star Talent Show Extravaganza

RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Episode 1

10 queens return to compete for $100,000 and a place in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. The first test is to compete in a drag talent show. With guest judge Raven-Symoné.

Episode 202 All Stars Snatch Game

RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Episode 1

The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show, and burn rubber in a latex runway. With guest judge Ross Mathews.

Episode 203 HERstory Of The World

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The queens are challenged to perform in a lip-syncing dance number inspired by the baddest bitches of history. Fashion designer Jeremy Scott guest judges.

Episode 204 Drag Movie Shequels

 

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The queens’ acting chops are tested in parody movie sequels of RuPaul’s favourite movies. Big Freedia co-stars, and Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger guest judges.

Episode 205 Revenge Of The Queens

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The queens must perform a live stand-up comedy act in front of an audience of judgmental drag queens. Ross Mathews returns to guest judge. 

Episode 206 DragCon Fish Tank

Screen Shot 2016-09-29 at 10.47.02 AMThe queens design and market drag-influenced products, to be sold at RuPaul’s DragCon 2017. Entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis (CNBC’s The Profit) co-stars, and Irish comedian Graham Norton guest judges. 

Episode 207 Family That Drags Together

Screen Shot 2016-10-06 at 3.07.34 PM

The queens must makeover family members and vogue the house down. Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation) guest judges.

Episode 208 All Stars Supergroup

Screen Shot 2016-10-11 at 5.27.35 PMThe winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is crowned. But first, the queens must write and perform a rap on RuPaul’s new hit single, and guest on RuPaul’s podcast with Michelle Visage.

Episode 209 RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars: Reunion

Reunion

The Queens are back to spill ALL the tea and throw ALL the shade on season 2.

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Adore Delano (Season Six)                      

Hot on the heels of immense success from two Billboard chart-topping solo albums and a hectic world tour, season 6’s runner-up returns to dazzle the judges with her vocal talents, alternative outlook and boundless charm. Previously critiqued for a messy aesthetic, only time will tell if Adore can win over the judges with her considerable talent. 

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Alaska (Season Five)                           

Hieee! Everybody’s favorite alien from the planet Glamtron is back again, after being declared runner-up of season 5. Now a spokes model for a national retailer with a string of hit music, sickening videos and hilarious web series, Alaska is ready to bring boundary-pushing performances to the All Stars main stage. BTW – her makeup is not terrible and she doesn’t wear wigs.

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Alyssa Edwards (Season Five)         

Alyssa’s back to prove she didn’t get bitter, she just got better. The season 5 fan favorite has built a drag empire out of her obsessive fandom, with a hit web series, opening for Miley Cyrus’s national tour with her Haus of Edwards trifecta, and closing the MTV VMA’s down with an iconic performance. Back rolls? More like bank rolls.                                                                                                            

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Coco Montrese (Season Five)                 

The lip-syncing diva of season 5 is back! Coco’s incredible performance skills have kept her busy since the show, impersonating Janet Jackson on the Las Vegas strip six nights a week, performing nationwide, and even getting to duet with legend Gladys Knight. But has her rivalry with Alyssa Edwards over a national drag title been truly resolved? Stay tuned…

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Detox (Season Five)          
When Detox was eliminated in fourth place on season 5, she had had it.  Officially. Now she’s back with a vengeance, fresh from international touring, fronting an Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics campaign, and inspiring a season 8 runway theme.  Detox has also had great success releasing her own music and twisted videos. So eat it up. And crown it!                                                 

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Ginger Minj (Season Seven)                
After narrowly missing out on winning season 7, the self-described asthmatic chain-smoking glamour toad returns. In the short year since season 7 aired, Ginger has performed on stage (The Rocky Horror Show), sung live on the RuPaul’s Drag Race Battle of the Seasons international tour, and even recorded a Beach Boys cover with her idol Carnie Wilson. Not a bad year!                 

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Katya (Season Seven)                

Season 7’s Miss Congeniality, and “the sweatiest woman in show business,” fan favorite Katya cracked under the pressure of the competition during her season. But with hilariously surreal web series, tours in Brazil and Australia, and an outpouring of fan love under her bedazzled belt, she’s ready to bring her A-Game to the All Stars runway. And one semi-decent lace front wig.               

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Phi Phi O’Hara (Season Four)        

Season 4 runner up Phi Phi has come a long way since being dubbed a “tired-ass showgirl” by winner Sharon Needles. Experimenting with new drag styles and cosplay have lead to Instagram stardom, where fans eagerly await their daily dose of “phierce.”  In short, get ready to be blown away by the all new and improved Phi Phi.                                                                            

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Roxxxy Andrews (Season Five)      

Season 5 runner up Roxxxy stunned audiences with her flawless “thick and juicy” runway looks and legendary wig-whipping lip sync stunts. Marc Jacobs and Nicki Minaj count themselves superfans. But with accusations of bullying winner Jinkx Monsoon still haunting her, will Roxxxy’s journey be the ultimate Ru-demption mission?                                                         

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Tatianna (Season Two)                   

It’s been six years since Tatianna placed fourth on season 2 of Drag Race. Fans loved her gorgeous beauty and her bite – meaning fiery confrontations with both Tyra Sanchez and Raven. And Morgan McMichaels. She’s since carved out a full time career in drag, performing and releasing music. But has Tatianna kept ahead of the curve in an ever-changing world of drag? 

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Adore Delano (Season Six)                      

Hot on the heels of immense success from two Billboard chart-topping solo albums and a hectic world tour, season 6’s runner-up returns to dazzle the judges with her vocal talents, alternative outlook and boundless charm. Previously critiqued for a messy aesthetic, only time will tell if Adore can win over the judges with her considerable talent. 

Alaska Cropped

Alaska (Season Five)                           

Hieee! Everybody’s favorite alien from the planet Glamtron is back again, after being declared runner-up of season 5. Now a spokes model for a national retailer with a string of hit music, sickening videos and hilarious web series, Alaska is ready to bring boundary-pushing performances to the All Stars main stage. BTW – her makeup is not terrible and she doesn’t wear wigs.

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Alyssa Edwards (Season Five)         

Alyssa’s back to prove she didn’t get bitter, she just got better. The season 5 fan favorite has built a drag empire out of her obsessive fandom, with a hit web series, opening for Miley Cyrus’s national tour with her Haus of Edwards trifecta, and closing the MTV VMA’s down with an iconic performance. Back rolls? More like bank rolls.                                                                                                            

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Coco Montrese (Season Five)                 

The lip-syncing diva of season 5 is back! Coco’s incredible performance skills have kept her busy since the show, impersonating Janet Jackson on the Las Vegas strip six nights a week, performing nationwide, and even getting to duet with legend Gladys Knight. But has her rivalry with Alyssa Edwards over a national drag title been truly resolved? Stay tuned…

Detox Cropped

Detox (Season Five)          
When Detox was eliminated in fourth place on season 5, she had had it.  Officially. Now she’s back with a vengeance, fresh from international touring, fronting an Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics campaign, and inspiring a season 8 runway theme.  Detox has also had great success releasing her own music and twisted videos. So eat it up. And crown it!                                                 

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Ginger Minj (Season Seven)                
After narrowly missing out on winning season 7, the self-described asthmatic chain-smoking glamour toad returns. In the short year since season 7 aired, Ginger has performed on stage (The Rocky Horror Show), sung live on the RuPaul’s Drag Race Battle of the Seasons international tour, and even recorded a Beach Boys cover with her idol Carnie Wilson. Not a bad year!                 

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Katya (Season Seven)                

Season 7’s Miss Congeniality, and “the sweatiest woman in show business,” fan favorite Katya cracked under the pressure of the competition during her season. But with hilariously surreal web series, tours in Brazil and Australia, and an outpouring of fan love under her bedazzled belt, she’s ready to bring her A-Game to the All Stars runway. And one semi-decent lace front wig.               

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Phi Phi O’Hara (Season Four)        

Season 4 runner up Phi Phi has come a long way since being dubbed a “tired-ass showgirl” by winner Sharon Needles. Experimenting with new drag styles and cosplay have lead to Instagram stardom, where fans eagerly await their daily dose of “phierce.”  In short, get ready to be blown away by the all new and improved Phi Phi.                                                                            

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Roxxxy Andrews (Season Five)      

Season 5 runner up Roxxxy stunned audiences with her flawless “thick and juicy” runway looks and legendary wig-whipping lip sync stunts. Marc Jacobs and Nicki Minaj count themselves superfans. But with accusations of bullying winner Jinkx Monsoon still haunting her, will Roxxxy’s journey be the ultimate Ru-demption mission?                                                         

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Tatianna (Season Two)                   

It’s been six years since Tatianna placed fourth on season 2 of Drag Race. Fans loved her gorgeous beauty and her bite – meaning fiery confrontations with both Tyra Sanchez and Raven. And Morgan McMichaels. She’s since carved out a full time career in drag, performing and releasing music. But has Tatianna kept ahead of the curve in an ever-changing world of drag? 

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