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Canada's Drag Race is a sister series to RuPaul's Drag Race where Season 11 runner-up Brooke Lynn Hytes is joined by Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie as the main judges with Traci Melchor acting as "Canada's Squirrelfriend", a correspondent for publicity-related challenges. Beginning in Season 2, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie left the judges panel and were replaced by Brad Goreski, Traci Melchor, and Amanda Brugel. Since Season 3, Amanda Brugel left the panel.

The series began filming in early November 2019 and began airing July 2, 2020 on Crave in Canada and on WOW Presents+ in the U.S. and most territories. In the UK, it aired the day after on BBC Three.

Series Overview[]

Season No.
Contestants
Episodes Originally aired
Premiere Finale
1 12 10 July 2, 2020 September 3, 2020
2 12 10 October 14, 2021 December 16, 2021
3 12 9 July 14, 2022 September 8, 2022
4 11 9 November 16, 2023 January 11, 2024

Prizes[]

Season Prizes
1
  • $100,000
  • A year's worth of hotel stays courtesy of Hilton
  • A crown and scepter from Amped Accessories
2
  • $100,000
  • A supply of beauty products from Shoppers Drug Mart
  • A crown and scepter from Amped Accessories
3

Judges[]

See: Judges/Canada's Drag Race

CDR4Judges

In addition to Brooke Lynn Hytes, each season of Drag Race has featured two other regular judges. On Season 1, this was Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie. On Season 2, Jeffrey and Stacey left the panel and were replaced by Brad Goreski, Traci Melchor, and Amanda Brugel. Amanda left beginning in Season 3.

Description[]

Following 12 Canadian drag artists as they compete for the title of “Canada’s Next Drag Superstar.” Each episode tests their talents and challenges them to master singing, dancing, acting, impersonation, costume making, and improvisation. Judging the series are a panel of entertainment industry experts, including Brooke Lynn Hytes, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, and Stacey McKenzie, along with a weekly celebrity guest. One competitor is eliminated at the end of each episode until one Queen is left standing with the crown, scepter, and title. Throughout this journey, the Queens share their personal struggles, successes, and show the importance of celebrating everyone’s charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent

It is the fourth international version of the Drag Race franchise to be announced, following Drag Race ThailandThe Switch Drag Race (Chile) and RuPaul's Drag Race UK; two months after the announcement of the Canadian version, RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under was also announced. Canada's Drag Race is the first English-language incarnation of Drag Race to not be hosted by RuPaul, although RuPaul did narrate and appear in the show's preview trailer.

Gallery[]

Season Artwork[]

Stands[]

Place Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4
1st Priyanka Icesis Couture Gisèle Lullaby Venus
2nd Rita Baga

Scarlett BoBo
Kendall Gender

Pythia
Jada Shada Hudson Aurora Matrix
3rd Kimmy Couture

Miss Fiercalicious
Denim

Nearah Nuff
4th Jimbo Gia Metric
5th Lemon Adriana Vivian Vanderpuss Melinda Verga
6th Ilona Verley Kimora Amour Irma Gerd Kiki Coe
7th BOA Synthia Kiss Bombae Aimee Yonce Shennel

Kitten Kaboodle
8th Kiara Eve 6000 Lady Boom Boom
9th Tynomi Banks Suki Doll Kaos Luna DuBois
10th Anastarzia Anaquway Stephanie Prince Chelazon Leroux The Girlfriend Experience
11th Kyne Océane Aqua-Black Miss Moço Sisi Superstar
12th Juice Boxx Beth Halal Bae
The contestant won Canada's Drag Race.
The contestant was voted Miss Congeniality.
Underlines: The contestant later competed in All Stars/vs The World.

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