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RuPaul’s Drag Race

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RPDR1 Join RuPaul, the world’s most famous drag queen, as the host, mentor and inspiration on RuPaul’s Drag Race, the ultimate in drag queen competitions. Playing a dual role, RuPaul reigns supreme in all judging and eliminations, while RuPaul, the man, helps guide the contestants as they prepare for each challenge. Contestants include the nation’s most outrageous, cutting-edge, talented and stunningly gorgeous drag queens all fighting for the title (and tiara) as top drag queen of the land. Working with our contestants are top models, designers and American idols all rolled up into one. Each week, through the trials and tribulations of glam, glitter and show-stopping performances, one drag queen is eliminated until reaching the next superstar drag queen of America. The winner receives a lifetime supply of MAC cosmetics and joins Logo’s Drag Race Tour and a sickening $20,000.

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Download the complete RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 2 on iTunes HERE

The world’s most famous drag queen is back and boy is it with a bang! The formula is the same: 12 talented and overly dramatic beauties are pitted against each other in an over-the-top competition and given the chance to fulfill their lifelong dream & win a coveted title. The contestants may be men in stilettos, but the competition is by no means a drag! More beautiful, bitchy and ballsy as ever – the race is well and truly on! The winner gets a lifetime supply of NYX cosmetics, joins Logo’s Drag Race Tour and a cash prize of $25,000.

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Download the complete RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 3 on iTunes HERE

Join RuPaul, the most famous drag queen in the world, as the host, mentor and inspiration on OUTtv’s third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the ultimate drag queen competition. Playing a dual role, RuPaul reigns supreme in all judging and eliminations, while RuPaul, the man, helps guide the contestants as they prepare for each challenge. Contestants include the nation’s most outrageous, cutting-edge, talented and stunningly gorgeous drag queens all fighting for the title (and tiara) as top drag queen of the land.

Celebrity Guest Judges Include: Lily Tomlin, LaToya Jackson, Chloe Sevigny, Johnny Weir, Margaret Cho, Sharon Osbourne, Vanessa Williams, Fantasia, Carmen Electra and Cheryl Tiegs!

In the end, only one contestant will have what it takes to win the coveted title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” and a prize package that includes a sickening supply of Kryolan cosmetics, a spot on Logo’s Drag Race Tour, featuring ABSOLUT® Vodka, and a cash prize of $75,000.

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Download the complete RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4 on iTunes HERE

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” returns with a fresh, fun and fabulous fourth season as 13 glorious queens go heel-to-heel as they compete for the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar.” Each episode followed by a new season of the behind-the-scenes fan favorite “Untucked: RuPaul’s Drag Race”.

RuPaul, the world’s most famous drag queen, has pushed the boundaries of popular culture on an international level and continues the fourth season, alongside judges Michelle Visage and Santino Rice, to decide who will “shante! stay!” or “sashay away” with a new batch of the nation’s hottest, most glamorous drag queens. Wigs will fly and drama will run high as the contestants bring their over-the-top attitudes to the drag battle royale that is “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

“People ask me, ‘RuPaul, how do you manage to book such amazing celebrity guest judges?,’” says RuPaul. “It’s simple. I blackmail them using a series of naughty Polaroid pictures I took back in the ’90s. Works like a charm.”

Keeping with the tradition of attracting TV’s best celebrity judges, the new installment of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” includes Mike Ruiz, Dan Savage, Kelly Osbourne, Pam Anderson, Natalie Cole, Rose McGowan, Rick Fox, Ross Mathews, Nicole Sullivan, Wynonna Judd and many more.

Only one Glamazon contestant will have what it takes to win the coveted title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” and a prize package that includes a sickening supply of NYX cosmetics, a one-of-a-kind trip, a headlining spot on Logo’s Drag Race Tour, featuring ABSOLUT® Vodka, and a cash prize of $100,000.

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Download the complete RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 on iTunes HERE 

Drag mogul RuPaul continues to make “herstory” with the fifth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” and is excited to announce the league of celebrity guest judges who will join him to decide which glam goddess will take the throne and walk away with a $100,000 cash prize and the coveted title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar.”

As always, RuPaul is joined by the fiercest celebrity guests to help judge the face primping, wig snatching and tuck tightening action. This season turns up the heat as it brings: Maria Conchita Alonso, Joan Van Ark, Chaz Bono, Downtown Julie Brown, Coco, Camille Grammer, Marg Helgenberger, La Toya Jackson, Kristen Johnston, Leslie Jordan, Clinton Kelly, George Kotsiopoulos, Juliette Lewis, Bob Mackie, Aubrey O’Day, The Pointer Sisters (Anita & Ruth), Paulina Porizkova, Mike Ruiz, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Travis Wall to the judging table alongside show regulars Michelle Visage and Santino Rice.  Together they will decide who will stay, lip-sync for their life or “Sashay Away.” Additional guest appearances this season include: Gloria Allred, Mathu Andersen, Candis Cayne, Nadya Ginsburg, Deven Green, Wilmer Valderrama and Bruce Vilanch.

”This is the fiercest, most eclectic group of judges and guest stars ever. First and foremost, they’re all big fans of the show and the art of drag – proving that our little show about ‘cross-dressers’ is becoming a big cross-over hit,” said Executive Producer RuPaul.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” is bringing together some of the “fishiest” ladies in show history, and fans will be gagging to figure out just where these hopefuls’ secret lies. The fourteen queens who will toss off their tiaras and prepare for battle this season are: Alaska, Alyssa Edwards, Coco Montrese, Detox, Honey Mahogany, Ivy Winters, Jade Jolie, Jinkx Monsoon, Lineysha Sparx, Monica Beverly Hillz, Penny Tration, Roxxxy Andrews, Serena ChaCha and Vivienne Pinay.

In the end, only one contestant will have what it takes to win the coveted title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” and a prize package that includes a sickening supply of Colorevolution cosmetics, a one-of-a-kind trip courtesy of AlandChuck.travel, a headlining spot on Logo’s Drag Race Tour, featuring ABSOLUT® Vodka, cocktails perfected and a cash prize of $100,000.

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RuPaul is back to transform “herstory” with the highly anticipated sixth season of the ground-breaking series, “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”  This February, OUTtv introduces 14 fiercest drag queens who will compete for the crown and determine who will walk away with a $100,000 cash prize and the coveted title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar.”

“Our sixth season is rated ‘BBB.’  ‘Bitches Better Beware!’” said Executive Producer, RuPaul.  “It’s our most outrageous and sickening cast to date. And quite frankly, I’m scared of these queens.”

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” will again bring together some of the most talented ladies of drag and fans will be gagging to see who makes the ultimate transformation when the gloves (and wigs and stilettos) come off.

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Episode 101 Drag On A Dime

Nine contestants must re-invent their glam drag looks using thrift store clothing and tschotchkes from the 99-cent store. Guest judge Bob Mackie stops by to help RuPaul weed out the drag queen with the least style.

Episode 102 Girl Groups Challenge

Wigs fly when the contestants split up into 2 rival girl groups, something guest judge Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child would know plenty about. Can the girls impress RuPaul with their lip-synching skills?

Episode 103 Queens of All Media

The queens are tested on their multi-media prowess as they show off their talents as newscaster, product spokesperson, and talk show host to RuPaul and guest judge Debra Wilson of MADtv.

 

Episode 104 Mac Viva - Glam Challenge

Hoping to follow in the footsteps of MAC Cosmetics’ first Viva Glam girl, RuPaul, the queens make their own Viva Glam screen test. Jenny Shimizu joins the panel to help judge the girls’ drag queen status.

Episode 105 Drag School of Charm

The contestants make over a group of female extreme fighters into their drag daughters. Xena herself, Lucy Lawless, makes a guest appearance to judge the girls’ combat prowess.

Episode 106 Absolut Drag Ball

RuPaul makes the queens hit the floor in a good old fashioned drag ball inspired by Absolut’s real fruit flavored vodkas.

Episode 107 Extra Special Edition

Look back at the highlights, lowlights, and previously unseen footage from the first six episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 108 Grand Finale

The last 3 queens face their final challenge while shooting the music video for RuPaul’s new single “Cover Girl (Put The Bass In Your Walk).” Out artist Cazwell stops by to help the judges cast their final vote.

Episode 109 Reunited!

In this reunion special, all nine contestants return to give their take on what happened during the show. Plus, the girls confront the judges…and each other!

Episode 201 Gone With the Window

Twelve new queens compete to be America’s Next Drag Superstar! The queens must reinvent their drag looks using only a set of curtains and household items. Guest judges include comedienne Kathy Griffin & photographer Mike Ruiz.

Episode 202 Starrbootylicious

The dolls make it rain when they compete as burlesque dancers at a hot Hollywood nightclub and weather an unexpected twist. RuPaul is joined by guest judges comedienne Kim Coles and international burlesque star Dita Von Teese.

Episode 203 Country Queens

The queens split off into teams to film a country-fried commercial directed by Kathy Najimy who’s joined on the panel by guest judge country music legend Tanya Tucker.

Episode 204 The Snatch Game

The dolls compete in a star-studded TV game show where they must pull out their best celebrity impersonations. Guests include actor Alec Mapa, red carpet diva Phoebe Price & guest judges comedienne Niecy Nash and actress Lisa Rinna.

Episode 205 Here Comes the ...

Wedding bells ring as the queens go from blushing brides to dragzillas in a challenge that weds their drag personas with the perfect grooms – themselves. Singer/songwriter Martha Wash & makeup artist Mathu Andersen help judge.

Episode 206 Rocker Chicks

The queens rock out on the main stage when they’re challenged to sing live for the first time ever in RuPaul’s Drag Race history. RuPaul is joined by guest judges Terri Nunn of Berlin & Henry Rollins.

Episode 207 Once Upon a Queen

The dolls must sell their tales as they pose for a book cover photoshoot and hit the press junket circuit. E!’s Marc Malkin is joined by best-selling authors Jackie Collins & Gigi Levangie Grazer & Absolut Vodka’s Jeffrey Moran.

Episode 208 Golden Gals

The queens must transform a group of silver daddies into their drag mothers in this NYX Cosmetics challenge. They’re joined by guest judges Debbie Reynolds & Cloris Leachman as well as NYX Cosmetics founder Toni Ko.

Episode 209 The Diva Awards

The final four queens hit the red carpet and pull out all the stops as they create looks for three separate divalicious award shows. Guest judges include Academy Award winner Tatum O’Neal and Tony Award winner Marissa Jaret Winokur.

Episode 210 The Main Event

A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the first nine episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 211 The Grande Finale

The last three queens face their final challenge – shooting the music video for RuPaul’s next single “Jealous of My Boogie.” Guests include reality star Robert Verdi, make-up artist Mathu Anderson and choreographer Ryan Heffington.

Episode 212 Reunited!

The queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race reunite for the first time since the shooting of the series. Find out what’s happened since.

Episode 301 Casting

A sneak peek of the 12 new contestants, plus a Hollywood casting call with RuPaul & Santino Rice and the highs & lows of the hundreds of audition tape submissions.

Episode 302 The Queen Who

Twelve new queens arrive to compete for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar. In the premiere episode, the dolls must create their jolliest holiday couture.

Episode 303 Queens in Space

The queens face the final frontier as they shoot two out-of-this-world, sci-fi movie trailers. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges the legendary Lily Tomlin and Caprica & Battlestar Gallactica’s Allesandra Torressani.

Episode 304 Totally Leotarded

The dolls get physical as they produce their own inspirational workout videos directed by fitness guru Susan Powter. RuPaul & Susan Powter are joined by extra special guest judge La Toya Jackson.

Episode 305 QNN

The queens get a wake up call as they produce 2 morning news shows.RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Big Love’s Chloë Sevigny and Debbie Matenoupolous.

Episode 306 The Snatch Game

The queens compete in a star-studded TV game show where they must pull off their best celebrity impersonations. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress-comedienne Aisha Tyler & Amber Rose.

Episode 307 Face, Face, Face

The queens look good enough to eat as they’re challenged to find fashion inspiration from the world of cakes. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress Eliza Dushku & Sara Rue.

Episode 308 Ru Ha Ha

The queens perform stand-up comedy routines in front of a live studio audience. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges comedienne Rita Rudner and MADTV’s Arden Myren.

Episode 309 Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Style

The queens create patriotic video messages for the troops. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Olympian Johnny Weir and Cheryl Tiegs.

Episode 310 RuPaul-a-Palooza

The dolls record a single and perform before a live audience. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Jody Watley & Carmen Elektra.

Episode 311 RuPaul's Hair

The queens wig out when they have to compete in a fantasy hair show. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges American Idol Fantasia Barrino & comedian-TV host Wayne Brady.

Episode 312 Jocks in Frocks

The queens must transform a group of All-American straight jocks into their drag sisters. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Sharon Osbourne & Margaret Cho.

Episode 313 Make Dat Money

The dolls break the bank as they perform in a pageant of dresses made out of money. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges LaToya Jackson & author-TV host Gigi Levangie Grazer.

Episode 314 RuPaul Rewind

A look back at the highlights, low-lights and previously unseen footage from the first 12 episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 315 Grand Finale

The remaining 3 queens face their final challenge shooting the music video for Ru’s single, “Champion.”

Episode 316 Reunited!

Wigs fly as the queens return to discuss the season.

Episode 401 RuPocalypse Now!

Season 4 premieres with 13 new queens competing to become America’s Next Drag Superstar, but first they must survive drag zombies and the end of the world. With extra special guest judges Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, and photographer Mike Ruiz.

Episode 402 WTF!: Wrestling's Trashiest Fighters

The dolls enter the world of ladies wrestling as the competition moves to the ring. With extra special guest judges Rick Fox and John Salley.

Episode 403 Glamazons vs. Champions

The queens team up to create commercials for RuPaul’s albums Glamazon & Champion. With extra special guest judges Glee’s Amber Riley and Grammy Award winner, Natalie Cole.

Episode 404 Queens Behind Bars

The dolls go to jail when they star in a sitcom acting challenge, Hot in Tuckaho, coached by Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick. With extra special guest judges Max Mutchnick & MadTV’s Nicole Sullivan.

Episode 405 Snatch Game

The queens compete in a star-studded tv game show featuring their most fabulous & funny celebrity impersonations.
With extra special guest judges comedian Ross Mathews & original Dreamgirl Loretta Devine.

Episode 406 Float Your Boat

The dolls design ship-shaped parade floats for a pride-filled runway extravaganza.
With extra special guest judges Kelly Osbourne and NCIS’ Pauley Perrette

Episode 407 Dragazines

The queens turn the publishing industry on its wig as they launch their own magazines.
With extra special guest judges actress Regina King & country legend Pam Tillis.

Episode 408 Frenemies

Paired up with their best “frenemies,” the dolls struggle through their differences to pull off live runway duets. With extra special guest stars Pamela Anderson & Jennifer Tilly.

Episode 409 Frock the Vote!

The queens hit the campaign trail and debate to become the 2012 Wig Party candidate. With extra special guest judges political activist Dan Savage & Absolut Image Czar Jeffrey Moran.

Episode 410 Dads I'd like to Frock

The queens are paired up with sexy dads for a drag runway makeover. With extra special guest judges Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Episode 411 The Fabulous B*tch Ball

The race goes to the dogs, when the queens compete in a pageant of canine inspired couture. With extra special guest judges Wynonna Judd & Rose McGowan.

Episode 412 RuPaul Rewind

A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the season as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 413 Grand Finale

The competition reaches epic proportions as the top 3 queens compete in their final challenge starring in the music video for RuPaul’s hit Glamazon.

Episode 414 Reunion

RuPaul and the contestants of season four return for the annual reunion. For the first time, a live audience of fans are present.

Episode 501 RuPaullywood Or Bust

Season 5 premieres with 14 new queens competing to become America’s Next Drag Superstar. But first they must make a splash in Tinseltown with an underwater photoshoot. With guest judges The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Camille Grammer,and photographer Mike Ruiz.

Episode 502 Lip Synch Extravaganza Eleganza

The dolls must lip synch to the spoken word, as they recreate classic moments from Drag Race history in scene-stealing viral videos.

With guest judges Natural Born Killers’ Juliette Lewis and 3rd Rock from the Sun’s Kristen Johnston.

Episode 503 Draggle Rock

The queens connect with their inner child as they star in a fun-filled kids TV show.

With guest judges Coco and supermodel Paulina Porizkova.

Episode 504 Black Swan: Why It Gotta Be Black?

The dolls enter the world of classical ballet, coached by “Shaping Sound” choreographer Travis Wall.

With guest judges Chaz Bono and Travis Wall.

Episode 505 Snatch Game

The queens compete in a star-studded TV game show that showcases their celebrity impersonations. With guest judges MTV’s Julie Brown and Downtown Julie Brown.

Episode 506 Can I Get An Amen

The queens test their vocal abilities as they sing in RuPaul’s 1980s We Are The World inspired charity single.  With guest judges La Toya Jackson and The Pointer Sisters.

Episode 507 RuPaul Roast

The dolls comedy skills are put on the spot as they must roast RuPaul and the celebrity judges in front of a live audience.  With guest judges The Help‘s Leslie Jordan and Absolut Image Czar Jeffrey Moran.

Episode 508 Scent Of A Drag Queen

Something smells fishy, as the queens create, market and film a commercial for their own signature fragrance. With guest judges Aubrey O’Day, and Knots Landing‘s Joan Van Ark.

Episode 509 Drama Queens

The competition gets spicy as the queens star in a sexy latin telenovela acting challenge, Casa de Locos. Ay Dios Mio! With guest judges Maria Conchita Alonso and The Sopranos Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

Episode 510 Super Trooper

The dolls get patriotic, as they are paired up with gay veterans for a drag runway makeover. With guest judges *What Not to Wear*’s Clinton Kelly and *Fashion Police*’s George Kotsiopoulos.

Episode 511 The Sugar Ball

The race gets sticky and sweet, when the queens compete in a pageant of candy inspired couture.

With guest judges CSI’s Marg Helgenberger, and legendary designer Bob Mackie.

Episode 512 The Final Three, Hunty

The top 3 queens go to court, as Judge Rudy presents their final challenge – starring in the music video for RuPaul’s hit “The Beginning.” With special guest mega-attorney Gloria Allred.

Episode 513 Countdown to the Crown

A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage

from the season as we race toward the climactic crowning of America’s Next

Drag Superstar.

Episode 514 Rupaul's Drag Race: Reunited

Reunited – and it feels so good! It’s the exciting Season 5 reunion and crowning of our next RuPaul’s Drag Race Queen!! Who would get your vote?

Episode 601 RuPaul's Big Opening: Part I

Season 6 premieres with 14 new queens competing to become America’s Next Drag Superstar. But first they must face a death-defying photoshoot. With guest judges Adam Lambert and photographer Mike Ruiz. Expect surprises!

Episode 602 RuPaul's Big Opening: Part 2

The queens are challenged to create party-themed couture for a runway face-off. With guest judge Khloe Kardashian.

Episode 603 Scream Queens

The queens put the “fear” in “fierce” as they act in a drag horror movie franchise. With guest judges Lena Headey (Game Of Thrones) and Linda Blair (The Exorcist).

Episode 604 Shade: The Rusical

The queens must sing live in a splashy stage musical. With guest judges composer Lucian Piane, and Sheryl Lee Ralph (Dream Girls).

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Episode 605 Snatch Game

The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show. With guest judges Gillian Jacobs (Community) and Heather McDonald (Chelsea Lately).

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Episode 606 Oh No She Betta Don't

The queens are challenged to rap in a TLC-inspired 90s music video. Rap superstars Eve and Trina guest judge.

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Episode 607 Glamazon by Colorevolution

The queens book a big cosmetics gig, selling RuPaul’s new makeup line. With guest judges Leah Remini (The King of Queens) and Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding).

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Episode 608 Drag Queens of Comedy

The queens must write and perform a stand-up comedy routine in front of a live audience. With guest judges Jaime Pressly (My Name Is Earl) and comedy writer Bruce Vilanch.

Episode 609 Queens of Talk

The queens host their very own talk show. With guest judges Paula Abdul, Chaz Bono, and singer (and Cher’s mom) Georgia Holt.

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Episode 610 Drag My Wedding

The queens give blushing brides drag makeovers, before RuPaul officiates their weddings. With guest judges Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother) and his fiance David Burtka.

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Episode 611

Check back on April 22 for show details.

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Episode 612

Check back on April 29 for show details.

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Episode 613

Check back on May 6 for show details.

Episode 614

Check back on May 13 for show details.

Episode 101 Drag On A Dime

Nine contestants must re-invent their glam drag looks using thrift store clothing and tschotchkes from the 99-cent store. Guest judge Bob Mackie stops by to help RuPaul weed out the drag queen with the least style.

Episode 102 Girl Groups Challenge

Wigs fly when the contestants split up into 2 rival girl groups, something guest judge Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child would know plenty about. Can the girls impress RuPaul with their lip-synching skills?

Episode 103 Queens of All Media

The queens are tested on their multi-media prowess as they show off their talents as newscaster, product spokesperson, and talk show host to RuPaul and guest judge Debra Wilson of MADtv.

 

Episode 104 Mac Viva - Glam Challenge

Hoping to follow in the footsteps of MAC Cosmetics’ first Viva Glam girl, RuPaul, the queens make their own Viva Glam screen test. Jenny Shimizu joins the panel to help judge the girls’ drag queen status.

Episode 105 Drag School of Charm

The contestants make over a group of female extreme fighters into their drag daughters. Xena herself, Lucy Lawless, makes a guest appearance to judge the girls’ combat prowess.

Episode 106 Absolut Drag Ball

RuPaul makes the queens hit the floor in a good old fashioned drag ball inspired by Absolut’s real fruit flavored vodkas.

Episode 107 Extra Special Edition

Look back at the highlights, lowlights, and previously unseen footage from the first six episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 108 Grand Finale

The last 3 queens face their final challenge while shooting the music video for RuPaul’s new single “Cover Girl (Put The Bass In Your Walk).” Out artist Cazwell stops by to help the judges cast their final vote.

Episode 109 Reunited!

In this reunion special, all nine contestants return to give their take on what happened during the show. Plus, the girls confront the judges…and each other!

Episode 201 Gone With the Window

Twelve new queens compete to be America’s Next Drag Superstar! The queens must reinvent their drag looks using only a set of curtains and household items. Guest judges include comedienne Kathy Griffin & photographer Mike Ruiz.

Episode 202 Starrbootylicious

The dolls make it rain when they compete as burlesque dancers at a hot Hollywood nightclub and weather an unexpected twist. RuPaul is joined by guest judges comedienne Kim Coles and international burlesque star Dita Von Teese.

Episode 203 Country Queens

The queens split off into teams to film a country-fried commercial directed by Kathy Najimy who’s joined on the panel by guest judge country music legend Tanya Tucker.

Episode 204 The Snatch Game

The dolls compete in a star-studded TV game show where they must pull out their best celebrity impersonations. Guests include actor Alec Mapa, red carpet diva Phoebe Price & guest judges comedienne Niecy Nash and actress Lisa Rinna.

Episode 205 Here Comes the ...

Wedding bells ring as the queens go from blushing brides to dragzillas in a challenge that weds their drag personas with the perfect grooms – themselves. Singer/songwriter Martha Wash & makeup artist Mathu Andersen help judge.

Episode 206 Rocker Chicks

The queens rock out on the main stage when they’re challenged to sing live for the first time ever in RuPaul’s Drag Race history. RuPaul is joined by guest judges Terri Nunn of Berlin & Henry Rollins.

Episode 207 Once Upon a Queen

The dolls must sell their tales as they pose for a book cover photoshoot and hit the press junket circuit. E!’s Marc Malkin is joined by best-selling authors Jackie Collins & Gigi Levangie Grazer & Absolut Vodka’s Jeffrey Moran.

Episode 208 Golden Gals

The queens must transform a group of silver daddies into their drag mothers in this NYX Cosmetics challenge. They’re joined by guest judges Debbie Reynolds & Cloris Leachman as well as NYX Cosmetics founder Toni Ko.

Episode 209 The Diva Awards

The final four queens hit the red carpet and pull out all the stops as they create looks for three separate divalicious award shows. Guest judges include Academy Award winner Tatum O’Neal and Tony Award winner Marissa Jaret Winokur.

Episode 210 The Main Event

A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the first nine episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 211 The Grande Finale

The last three queens face their final challenge – shooting the music video for RuPaul’s next single “Jealous of My Boogie.” Guests include reality star Robert Verdi, make-up artist Mathu Anderson and choreographer Ryan Heffington.

Episode 212 Reunited!

The queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race reunite for the first time since the shooting of the series. Find out what’s happened since.

Episode 301 Casting

A sneak peek of the 12 new contestants, plus a Hollywood casting call with RuPaul & Santino Rice and the highs & lows of the hundreds of audition tape submissions.

Episode 302 The Queen Who

Twelve new queens arrive to compete for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar. In the premiere episode, the dolls must create their jolliest holiday couture.

Episode 303 Queens in Space

The queens face the final frontier as they shoot two out-of-this-world, sci-fi movie trailers. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges the legendary Lily Tomlin and Caprica & Battlestar Gallactica’s Allesandra Torressani.

Episode 304 Totally Leotarded

The dolls get physical as they produce their own inspirational workout videos directed by fitness guru Susan Powter. RuPaul & Susan Powter are joined by extra special guest judge La Toya Jackson.

Episode 305 QNN

The queens get a wake up call as they produce 2 morning news shows.RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Big Love’s Chloë Sevigny and Debbie Matenoupolous.

Episode 306 The Snatch Game

The queens compete in a star-studded TV game show where they must pull off their best celebrity impersonations. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress-comedienne Aisha Tyler & Amber Rose.

Episode 307 Face, Face, Face

The queens look good enough to eat as they’re challenged to find fashion inspiration from the world of cakes. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges actress Eliza Dushku & Sara Rue.

Episode 308 Ru Ha Ha

The queens perform stand-up comedy routines in front of a live studio audience. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges comedienne Rita Rudner and MADTV’s Arden Myren.

Episode 309 Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Style

The queens create patriotic video messages for the troops. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Olympian Johnny Weir and Cheryl Tiegs.

Episode 310 RuPaul-a-Palooza

The dolls record a single and perform before a live audience. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Jody Watley & Carmen Elektra.

Episode 311 RuPaul's Hair

The queens wig out when they have to compete in a fantasy hair show. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges American Idol Fantasia Barrino & comedian-TV host Wayne Brady.

Episode 312 Jocks in Frocks

The queens must transform a group of All-American straight jocks into their drag sisters. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges Sharon Osbourne & Margaret Cho.

Episode 313 Make Dat Money

The dolls break the bank as they perform in a pageant of dresses made out of money. RuPaul is joined by extra special guest judges LaToya Jackson & author-TV host Gigi Levangie Grazer.

Episode 314 RuPaul Rewind

A look back at the highlights, low-lights and previously unseen footage from the first 12 episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 315 Grand Finale

The remaining 3 queens face their final challenge shooting the music video for Ru’s single, “Champion.”

Episode 316 Reunited!

Wigs fly as the queens return to discuss the season.

Episode 401 RuPocalypse Now!

Season 4 premieres with 13 new queens competing to become America’s Next Drag Superstar, but first they must survive drag zombies and the end of the world. With extra special guest judges Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, and photographer Mike Ruiz.

Episode 402 WTF!: Wrestling's Trashiest Fighters

The dolls enter the world of ladies wrestling as the competition moves to the ring. With extra special guest judges Rick Fox and John Salley.

Episode 403 Glamazons vs. Champions

The queens team up to create commercials for RuPaul’s albums Glamazon & Champion. With extra special guest judges Glee’s Amber Riley and Grammy Award winner, Natalie Cole.

Episode 404 Queens Behind Bars

The dolls go to jail when they star in a sitcom acting challenge, Hot in Tuckaho, coached by Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick. With extra special guest judges Max Mutchnick & MadTV’s Nicole Sullivan.

Episode 405 Snatch Game

The queens compete in a star-studded tv game show featuring their most fabulous & funny celebrity impersonations.
With extra special guest judges comedian Ross Mathews & original Dreamgirl Loretta Devine.

Episode 406 Float Your Boat

The dolls design ship-shaped parade floats for a pride-filled runway extravaganza.
With extra special guest judges Kelly Osbourne and NCIS’ Pauley Perrette

Episode 407 Dragazines

The queens turn the publishing industry on its wig as they launch their own magazines.
With extra special guest judges actress Regina King & country legend Pam Tillis.

Episode 408 Frenemies

Paired up with their best “frenemies,” the dolls struggle through their differences to pull off live runway duets. With extra special guest stars Pamela Anderson & Jennifer Tilly.

Episode 409 Frock the Vote!

The queens hit the campaign trail and debate to become the 2012 Wig Party candidate. With extra special guest judges political activist Dan Savage & Absolut Image Czar Jeffrey Moran.

Episode 410 Dads I'd like to Frock

The queens are paired up with sexy dads for a drag runway makeover. With extra special guest judges Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Episode 411 The Fabulous B*tch Ball

The race goes to the dogs, when the queens compete in a pageant of canine inspired couture. With extra special guest judges Wynonna Judd & Rose McGowan.

Episode 412 RuPaul Rewind

A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the season as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

Episode 413 Grand Finale

The competition reaches epic proportions as the top 3 queens compete in their final challenge starring in the music video for RuPaul’s hit Glamazon.

Episode 414 Reunion

RuPaul and the contestants of season four return for the annual reunion. For the first time, a live audience of fans are present.

Episode 501 RuPaullywood Or Bust

Season 5 premieres with 14 new queens competing to become America’s Next Drag Superstar. But first they must make a splash in Tinseltown with an underwater photoshoot. With guest judges The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Camille Grammer,and photographer Mike Ruiz.

Episode 502 Lip Synch Extravaganza Eleganza

The dolls must lip synch to the spoken word, as they recreate classic moments from Drag Race history in scene-stealing viral videos.

With guest judges Natural Born Killers’ Juliette Lewis and 3rd Rock from the Sun’s Kristen Johnston.

Episode 503 Draggle Rock

The queens connect with their inner child as they star in a fun-filled kids TV show.

With guest judges Coco and supermodel Paulina Porizkova.

Episode 504 Black Swan: Why It Gotta Be Black?

The dolls enter the world of classical ballet, coached by “Shaping Sound” choreographer Travis Wall.

With guest judges Chaz Bono and Travis Wall.

Episode 505 Snatch Game

The queens compete in a star-studded TV game show that showcases their celebrity impersonations. With guest judges MTV’s Julie Brown and Downtown Julie Brown.

Episode 506 Can I Get An Amen

The queens test their vocal abilities as they sing in RuPaul’s 1980s We Are The World inspired charity single.  With guest judges La Toya Jackson and The Pointer Sisters.

Episode 507 RuPaul Roast

The dolls comedy skills are put on the spot as they must roast RuPaul and the celebrity judges in front of a live audience.  With guest judges The Help‘s Leslie Jordan and Absolut Image Czar Jeffrey Moran.

Episode 508 Scent Of A Drag Queen

Something smells fishy, as the queens create, market and film a commercial for their own signature fragrance. With guest judges Aubrey O’Day, and Knots Landing‘s Joan Van Ark.

Episode 509 Drama Queens

The competition gets spicy as the queens star in a sexy latin telenovela acting challenge, Casa de Locos. Ay Dios Mio! With guest judges Maria Conchita Alonso and The Sopranos Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

Episode 510 Super Trooper

The dolls get patriotic, as they are paired up with gay veterans for a drag runway makeover. With guest judges *What Not to Wear*’s Clinton Kelly and *Fashion Police*’s George Kotsiopoulos.

Episode 511 The Sugar Ball

The race gets sticky and sweet, when the queens compete in a pageant of candy inspired couture.

With guest judges CSI’s Marg Helgenberger, and legendary designer Bob Mackie.

Episode 512 The Final Three, Hunty

The top 3 queens go to court, as Judge Rudy presents their final challenge – starring in the music video for RuPaul’s hit “The Beginning.” With special guest mega-attorney Gloria Allred.

Episode 513 Countdown to the Crown

A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage

from the season as we race toward the climactic crowning of America’s Next

Drag Superstar.

Episode 514 Rupaul's Drag Race: Reunited

Reunited – and it feels so good! It’s the exciting Season 5 reunion and crowning of our next RuPaul’s Drag Race Queen!! Who would get your vote?

Episode 601 RuPaul's Big Opening: Part I

Season 6 premieres with 14 new queens competing to become America’s Next Drag Superstar. But first they must face a death-defying photoshoot. With guest judges Adam Lambert and photographer Mike Ruiz. Expect surprises!

Episode 602 RuPaul's Big Opening: Part 2

The queens are challenged to create party-themed couture for a runway face-off. With guest judge Khloe Kardashian.

Episode 603 Scream Queens

The queens put the “fear” in “fierce” as they act in a drag horror movie franchise. With guest judges Lena Headey (Game Of Thrones) and Linda Blair (The Exorcist).

Episode 604 Shade: The Rusical

The queens must sing live in a splashy stage musical. With guest judges composer Lucian Piane, and Sheryl Lee Ralph (Dream Girls).

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Episode 605 Snatch Game

The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show. With guest judges Gillian Jacobs (Community) and Heather McDonald (Chelsea Lately).

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Episode 606 Oh No She Betta Don't

The queens are challenged to rap in a TLC-inspired 90s music video. Rap superstars Eve and Trina guest judge.

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Episode 607 Glamazon by Colorevolution

The queens book a big cosmetics gig, selling RuPaul’s new makeup line. With guest judges Leah Remini (The King of Queens) and Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding).

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Episode 608 Drag Queens of Comedy

The queens must write and perform a stand-up comedy routine in front of a live audience. With guest judges Jaime Pressly (My Name Is Earl) and comedy writer Bruce Vilanch.

Episode 609 Queens of Talk

The queens host their very own talk show. With guest judges Paula Abdul, Chaz Bono, and singer (and Cher’s mom) Georgia Holt.

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Episode 610 Drag My Wedding

The queens give blushing brides drag makeovers, before RuPaul officiates their weddings. With guest judges Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother) and his fiance David Burtka.

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Episode 611

Check back on April 22 for show details.

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Episode 612

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Episode 613

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Episode 614

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Akashia

 Akasha

Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio   

Bebe Zahara Benet  

 Bebe Zahara Benet 

Hometown: Cameroon, Africa

Jade-Sotomayor

 Jade 

Hometown: Chicago, Illinois    

Nina-Flowers

 Nina Flowers

Hometown: Bayamón, Puerto Rico 

Ongina

Ongina 

Hometown: Los Angeles, California      

Rebeca-Glasscock

Rebecca Glasscock

Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Shannel

 Shannel 

Hometown: Las Vegas, NV      

Tammie-Brown

 Tammie Brown

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA   

Victoria-Parker

 Victoria “Porkchop” Parker

Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina

Alisa Summers

Alisa Summers

            Hometown: Tampa, FL            

Chad Michaels

Chad Michaels

Hometown: San Diego, CA

DiDa Ritz

DiDa Ritz

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Jiggly Caliente

Jiggly Caliente

Hometown: Queens, NY

Kenya Michaels

Kenya Michaels

Hometown: Dorado, Puerto Rico

Lashauwn Beyond

Lashauwn Beyond

              Hometown: Tampa, FL            

Latrice Royale

Latrice Royale

Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Madame LaQueer

Madame LaQueer

Hometown: Carolina, Puerto Rico

Milan

Milan

Hometown: New York, NY

Phi Phi O'Hara

Phi Phi O’Hara

           Hometown: Chicago, IL          

Sharon Needles

Sharon Needles

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

The Princess

The Princess

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Willam

Willam

            Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Alaska Thunderfuck

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

“Big, beautiful, and bats**t crazy,” Alaska is following in the footsteps of her very famous boyfriend/girlfriend: Sharon Needles. But will living with America’s Next Drag Superstar give Alaska a leg up on the competition, or just encourage unfavorable comparisons? Either way, she’s got some big pumps to fill.

alyssa-edwards

Alyssa Edwards

Hometown: Mesquite, TX

Alyssa is known as the Vanessa Williams of drag, after a scandal forced her to relinquish a major pageant title. But don’t get it twisted – this trained dancer is here to show America she’s still got what it takes to win.

coco-montrese

Coco Montrease

Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Outspoken and headstrong, Coco is a polished celebrity impersonator, performing as Janet Jackson to sold-out crowds six nights a week in Las Vegas. But can Coco translate looking the part of a superstar into being one?

detox

Detox

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Fierce and foulmouthed, Detox resides in Los Angeles, and has the Hollywood resume to show for it. When she’s not starring in Rihanna music videos or recording singles with Ke$ha, she’s showcasing her formidable lip-synch as part of Chad Michaels’ legendary Dreamgirls Revue.

honey-mahogany

Honey Mahogany

Hometown: San Francisco, CA

Named after two shades of foundation, Honey Mahogany is the first San Francisco queen on Drag Race. Gregarious and approachable, this leggy beauty originally hails from Ethiopia.

ivy-winters

Ivy Winters

Hometown: New York, NY

A talented seamstress, Ivy’s hand sewn costumes are in demand in New York, where she dresses queens like Lady Bunny and Manila Luzon. A circus performer for eight years, Ivy can breathe fire, and plans to scorch the competition.

jade-jolie

Jade Jolie

Hometown: Gainesville, FL

Bubbly and funny, but don’t let her infectious laugh fool you – there’s a bite behind that giggle. Jade’s rainbow aesthetic brings color to the competition and a smile to her competitors face. But will her looks be met with the same enthusiasm on the runway?

jinkx-monsoon

Jinkx Monsoon

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Seattle’s premiere Jewish narcoleptic drag queen, Jinkx Monsoon has the “uniqueness” part of America’s Next Drag Superstar covered. Theatrically trained in the Broadway school of singing and acting, can this quirky kook keep her eyes open long enough to take the title?

lineysha-sparx

Lineysha Sparx

Hometown: San Juan, PR

With a stunning face and a body to die for, Lineysha is a deadly combination of killer beauty. She also makes all of her own costumes and never wears an outfit twice -proving she’s more than just a pretty face.

monica-beverly-hillz

Monica Beverly Hillz

Hometown: Owensboro, KY

This big city fish moved from the Chicago hood to the Kentucky backwoods. Everyone loves Monica, but don’t try and cross her – this cookie has her street smarts about her.

penny-tration

Penny Tration

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

After honing her craft in her hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio, Penny first got attention for her drag performance at a spontaneous showing at the NYC Halloween Parade Contest. After going back to her Cincinnati roots, she became a fixture on the party scene, and went on to emcee and DJ hundreds of events, and in 2009 she was crowned Miss Ohio Gay Pride. She has worked extensively to raise money for HIV/AIDS charities and Breast Cancer Awareness.

roxxxy-andrews

Roxxxy Andrews

Hometown: Orlando, FL

A pageant girl through and through, Roxxxy has big hair, big makeup, and isn’t afraid to show off her thick and juicy curves. Her polished looks combined with her tough competitive spirit, make for a formidable competitor.

serena-chacha

Serena ChaCha

Hometown: Tallahassee, FL

Serena is the baby drag of the group, fresh out of art school and brimming with enthusiasm. With a fierce runway strut, Serena walks the walk, and talks the talk.

vivienne-pinay

Vivienne Pinay

Hometown: New York, NY

Beauty is everything for this fishy pin-up girl. A Big Apple bombshell, she’s not above getting her perfectly manicured claws out if you get on her wrong side.

Adore Delano

Adore Delano

Adore Delano

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Notorious for sassing Simon Cowell on American Idol, Danny Noriega is now setting the Southern California drag scene ablaze as the infectiously charming party girl Adore. But will Adore’s sassy attitude charm or choke the judges?

April Carrion

April Carrion

 

April Carrion

Hometown: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

This Latina pageant queen mixes her winning beauty with an edgy and futuristic fashion sense. But don’t be fooled by her sweetness and charm: There’s a hunger for the crown that drives everything she does.

BenDeLaCreme

BenDeLaCreme

 

BenDeLaCreme

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Kooky, funny and “terminally optimistic,” this vintage pin-up queen brings an excess of character to the race—not to mention she’s a dead ringer for Michelle Visage. Call her “DeLa” for short, or “Miss Creme” if you’re nasty.

Bianca Del Rio

Bianca Del Rio

 

Bianca Del Rio

Hometown: New York, NY

Broadway seamstress and “Queen of Mean” Bianca Del Rio will tell it like it is and read a bitch down. A self-professed insult comic, Bianca’s razor sharp wit will sting her fellow competitors—because it usually comes from a very truthful place.

Courtney Act

Courtney Act

 

Courtney Act

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Already a household name in Australia (thanks to a stint on Australian Idol), Courtney describes herself as “a singer, dancer, actor and a goddamn supermodel.” She’s clearly more than just a pretty face—her competitors should definitely be worried about this Down Under dynamo.

Gia Gunn

Gia Gunn

 

Gia Gunn

Hometown: Chicago, IL

This Chicago runway queen knows how to make an entrance and keeps “reading” glasses firmly in place. Gia’s brand of drag is serving beauty, attitude and sass while dripping in jewels—but will her sharp tongue turn off the judges?

Joslyn Fox

Joslyn Fox

 

Joslyn Fox

Hometown: Worcester, MA

A ditzy but adorable small-town queen, Joslyn never met an accessory she didn’t like. But you’d be a fool to underestimate this foxy Fox in the hen house. The self-professed “black horse” of the competition, she’s in it to win it, and might just have the chops and sly charm to pull it off.

Kelly Mantle

Kelly Mantle

 

Kelly Mantle

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

A seasoned singer, actor and comedian, Kelly Mantle has already made a name for herself in Hollywood, with a list of television credits as long as her legs. Though she has a sweet exterior, Kelly’s been known to get tough when the competition heats up.

Laganja Estranja

Laganja Estranja

 

Laganja Estranja

Hometown: Van Nuys, CA

An amazing dancer and a polished queen, Laganja comes from fierce drag lineage, with none other than Alyssa Edwards as her drag mother, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley her drag sister. Extremely driven and determined to be recognized for her talents, Laganja often lets her competitive side come out whether you’re her friend or foe.

Magnolia Crawford

Magnolia Crawford

 

Magnolia Crawford

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Hailing from the Emerald City, Magnolia Crawford likes to take the beautiful and make it look ugly. With a sense of self as strong as her aesthetic, she never apologizes for who she is or what she says. But with opinions as strong as hers, that’s going to ruffle some feathers.

Milk

Milk

 

Milk

Hometown: New York, NY

Got Milk? With her avant-garde club-kid looks, this dairy queen will either have America lapping her up or checking her expiration date. A giant glamazon who towers over the rest of the queens, Milk is determined to stay true to her campy persona while still winning the judges, and fans, over.

Trinity K. Bonet

Trinity K. Bonet

 

Trinity K. Bonet

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

This young beauty from the ATL pageant scene is actually a drag veteran despite being only 22: Trinity started professionally as a female impersonator when she was just  15, and knows how to bring the polish. But rub her the wrong way and she’ll put you in your place.

Vivacious

Vivacious

 

Vivacious

Hometown: New York, NY

One of the original 90s New York City club kids, this Jamaican queen considers her drag to be “living art.” Well known in the New York City straight club scene, she considers herself an “ambassador of drag,” and won’t be shy about educating the fishy young things in the competition about the history of their craft.

Akashia

 Akasha

Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio   

Bebe Zahara Benet  

 Bebe Zahara Benet 

Hometown: Cameroon, Africa

Jade-Sotomayor

 Jade 

Hometown: Chicago, Illinois    

Nina-Flowers

 Nina Flowers

Hometown: Bayamón, Puerto Rico 

Ongina

Ongina 

Hometown: Los Angeles, California      

Rebeca-Glasscock

Rebecca Glasscock

Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Shannel

 Shannel 

Hometown: Las Vegas, NV      

Tammie-Brown

 Tammie Brown

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA   

Victoria-Parker

 Victoria “Porkchop” Parker

Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina

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Alisa Summers

Alisa Summers

            Hometown: Tampa, FL            

Chad Michaels

Chad Michaels

Hometown: San Diego, CA

DiDa Ritz

DiDa Ritz

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Jiggly Caliente

Jiggly Caliente

Hometown: Queens, NY

Kenya Michaels

Kenya Michaels

Hometown: Dorado, Puerto Rico

Lashauwn Beyond

Lashauwn Beyond

              Hometown: Tampa, FL            

Latrice Royale

Latrice Royale

Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Madame LaQueer

Madame LaQueer

Hometown: Carolina, Puerto Rico

Milan

Milan

Hometown: New York, NY

Phi Phi O'Hara

Phi Phi O’Hara

           Hometown: Chicago, IL          

Sharon Needles

Sharon Needles

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

The Princess

The Princess

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Willam

Willam

            Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Alaska Thunderfuck

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

“Big, beautiful, and bats**t crazy,” Alaska is following in the footsteps of her very famous boyfriend/girlfriend: Sharon Needles. But will living with America’s Next Drag Superstar give Alaska a leg up on the competition, or just encourage unfavorable comparisons? Either way, she’s got some big pumps to fill.

alyssa-edwards

Alyssa Edwards

Hometown: Mesquite, TX

Alyssa is known as the Vanessa Williams of drag, after a scandal forced her to relinquish a major pageant title. But don’t get it twisted – this trained dancer is here to show America she’s still got what it takes to win.

coco-montrese

Coco Montrease

Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Outspoken and headstrong, Coco is a polished celebrity impersonator, performing as Janet Jackson to sold-out crowds six nights a week in Las Vegas. But can Coco translate looking the part of a superstar into being one?

detox

Detox

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Fierce and foulmouthed, Detox resides in Los Angeles, and has the Hollywood resume to show for it. When she’s not starring in Rihanna music videos or recording singles with Ke$ha, she’s showcasing her formidable lip-synch as part of Chad Michaels’ legendary Dreamgirls Revue.

honey-mahogany

Honey Mahogany

Hometown: San Francisco, CA

Named after two shades of foundation, Honey Mahogany is the first San Francisco queen on Drag Race. Gregarious and approachable, this leggy beauty originally hails from Ethiopia.

ivy-winters

Ivy Winters

Hometown: New York, NY

A talented seamstress, Ivy’s hand sewn costumes are in demand in New York, where she dresses queens like Lady Bunny and Manila Luzon. A circus performer for eight years, Ivy can breathe fire, and plans to scorch the competition.

jade-jolie

Jade Jolie

Hometown: Gainesville, FL

Bubbly and funny, but don’t let her infectious laugh fool you – there’s a bite behind that giggle. Jade’s rainbow aesthetic brings color to the competition and a smile to her competitors face. But will her looks be met with the same enthusiasm on the runway?

jinkx-monsoon

Jinkx Monsoon

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Seattle’s premiere Jewish narcoleptic drag queen, Jinkx Monsoon has the “uniqueness” part of America’s Next Drag Superstar covered. Theatrically trained in the Broadway school of singing and acting, can this quirky kook keep her eyes open long enough to take the title?

lineysha-sparx

Lineysha Sparx

Hometown: San Juan, PR

With a stunning face and a body to die for, Lineysha is a deadly combination of killer beauty. She also makes all of her own costumes and never wears an outfit twice -proving she’s more than just a pretty face.

monica-beverly-hillz

Monica Beverly Hillz

Hometown: Owensboro, KY

This big city fish moved from the Chicago hood to the Kentucky backwoods. Everyone loves Monica, but don’t try and cross her – this cookie has her street smarts about her.

penny-tration

Penny Tration

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

After honing her craft in her hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio, Penny first got attention for her drag performance at a spontaneous showing at the NYC Halloween Parade Contest. After going back to her Cincinnati roots, she became a fixture on the party scene, and went on to emcee and DJ hundreds of events, and in 2009 she was crowned Miss Ohio Gay Pride. She has worked extensively to raise money for HIV/AIDS charities and Breast Cancer Awareness.

roxxxy-andrews

Roxxxy Andrews

Hometown: Orlando, FL

A pageant girl through and through, Roxxxy has big hair, big makeup, and isn’t afraid to show off her thick and juicy curves. Her polished looks combined with her tough competitive spirit, make for a formidable competitor.

serena-chacha

Serena ChaCha

Hometown: Tallahassee, FL

Serena is the baby drag of the group, fresh out of art school and brimming with enthusiasm. With a fierce runway strut, Serena walks the walk, and talks the talk.

vivienne-pinay

Vivienne Pinay

Hometown: New York, NY

Beauty is everything for this fishy pin-up girl. A Big Apple bombshell, she’s not above getting her perfectly manicured claws out if you get on her wrong side.

Adore Delano

Adore Delano

Adore Delano

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Notorious for sassing Simon Cowell on American Idol, Danny Noriega is now setting the Southern California drag scene ablaze as the infectiously charming party girl Adore. But will Adore’s sassy attitude charm or choke the judges?

April Carrion

April Carrion

 

April Carrion

Hometown: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

This Latina pageant queen mixes her winning beauty with an edgy and futuristic fashion sense. But don’t be fooled by her sweetness and charm: There’s a hunger for the crown that drives everything she does.

BenDeLaCreme

BenDeLaCreme

 

BenDeLaCreme

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Kooky, funny and “terminally optimistic,” this vintage pin-up queen brings an excess of character to the race—not to mention she’s a dead ringer for Michelle Visage. Call her “DeLa” for short, or “Miss Creme” if you’re nasty.

Bianca Del Rio

Bianca Del Rio

 

Bianca Del Rio

Hometown: New York, NY

Broadway seamstress and “Queen of Mean” Bianca Del Rio will tell it like it is and read a bitch down. A self-professed insult comic, Bianca’s razor sharp wit will sting her fellow competitors—because it usually comes from a very truthful place.

Courtney Act

Courtney Act

 

Courtney Act

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Already a household name in Australia (thanks to a stint on Australian Idol), Courtney describes herself as “a singer, dancer, actor and a goddamn supermodel.” She’s clearly more than just a pretty face—her competitors should definitely be worried about this Down Under dynamo.

Gia Gunn

Gia Gunn

 

Gia Gunn

Hometown: Chicago, IL

This Chicago runway queen knows how to make an entrance and keeps “reading” glasses firmly in place. Gia’s brand of drag is serving beauty, attitude and sass while dripping in jewels—but will her sharp tongue turn off the judges?

Joslyn Fox

Joslyn Fox

 

Joslyn Fox

Hometown: Worcester, MA

A ditzy but adorable small-town queen, Joslyn never met an accessory she didn’t like. But you’d be a fool to underestimate this foxy Fox in the hen house. The self-professed “black horse” of the competition, she’s in it to win it, and might just have the chops and sly charm to pull it off.

Kelly Mantle

Kelly Mantle

 

Kelly Mantle

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

A seasoned singer, actor and comedian, Kelly Mantle has already made a name for herself in Hollywood, with a list of television credits as long as her legs. Though she has a sweet exterior, Kelly’s been known to get tough when the competition heats up.

Laganja Estranja

Laganja Estranja

 

Laganja Estranja

Hometown: Van Nuys, CA

An amazing dancer and a polished queen, Laganja comes from fierce drag lineage, with none other than Alyssa Edwards as her drag mother, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley her drag sister. Extremely driven and determined to be recognized for her talents, Laganja often lets her competitive side come out whether you’re her friend or foe.

Magnolia Crawford

Magnolia Crawford

 

Magnolia Crawford

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Hailing from the Emerald City, Magnolia Crawford likes to take the beautiful and make it look ugly. With a sense of self as strong as her aesthetic, she never apologizes for who she is or what she says. But with opinions as strong as hers, that’s going to ruffle some feathers.

Milk

Milk

 

Milk

Hometown: New York, NY

Got Milk? With her avant-garde club-kid looks, this dairy queen will either have America lapping her up or checking her expiration date. A giant glamazon who towers over the rest of the queens, Milk is determined to stay true to her campy persona while still winning the judges, and fans, over.

Trinity K. Bonet

Trinity K. Bonet

 

Trinity K. Bonet

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

This young beauty from the ATL pageant scene is actually a drag veteran despite being only 22: Trinity started professionally as a female impersonator when she was just  15, and knows how to bring the polish. But rub her the wrong way and she’ll put you in your place.

Vivacious

Vivacious

 

Vivacious

Hometown: New York, NY

One of the original 90s New York City club kids, this Jamaican queen considers her drag to be “living art.” Well known in the New York City straight club scene, she considers herself an “ambassador of drag,” and won’t be shy about educating the fishy young things in the competition about the history of their craft.