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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars is the sister series to RuPaul's Drag Race and premiered on October 22, 2012. The series show cases past contestants from RuPaul's Drag Race, as they compete to become immortalized in the Drag Race Hall of Fame and a cash prize of $100,000.

The first season started six months after the finale of Season 4, and 12 queens from the first four seasons competed, with Chad Michaels from Season 4 winning. This season featured a major twist to the show's format being that the 12 contestants would be paired off to compete in the challenges. This was not received well by the queens or the audience and this format has not appeared since this season.

The second season aired in 2016, a few months after the Season 8 finale, and 10 queens from Season 2 to Season 7 competed, with Alaska from Season 5 winning. This season began a new format that subsequent All Stars Seasons followed; instead of the bottom 2 lip-syncing for their lives, the Top Two of every challenge will Lip Sync for their Legacy, where the winner will receive a cash tip of $10,000 and the power to eliminate one of the bottom queens.

The third season aired in January 2018, a few months after the finale of Season 9, and 10 queens from Seasons 1 to 3, and Seasons 6 to 9 competed, with Trixie Mattel from Season 7 winning a spot in the Hall of Fame.

The fourth season aired on December 2018, making it the third season to air in a single year, and 10 queens from Season 3 to 4, and Seasons 6 to 10 competed, with both Monét X Change and Trinity The Tuck from Seasons 10 and 9 respectively both making herstory by having two contestants win.

The fifth season aired on June 2020, one week after the Season 12 finale, with queens from Seasons 1 to 3, and Seasons 8 to 10 competing. This season introduced a new format. Instead of having a Top Two, this season has a Top All Star. Each week, the Top All Star will lip sync for her legacy against a Lip Sync Assassin from a previous season; if the All Star wins the lip sync, she’ll get the power to eliminate a fellow queen, if the Assassin wins, the eliminated queen will be determined after a majority vote by the rest of the contestants, or the RuMocracy, and the $10,000 tip rolls over to further episodes, until an All Star queen wins a lip sync. On July 24th 2020, Shea Couleé was announced winner of All Stars 5, winning a spot in the Hall Of Fame.

The sixth season aired on June 2021, two months after the Season 13 finale, with queens from Seasons 2 to 7, and Seasons 9 to 12 competing. The "Lip-Sync Assassin" twist was kept for this season. On September 2nd 2021, Kylie Sonique Love was announced winner of All Stars 6, winning a spot in the Hall Of Fame.

The seventh season aired on May 20 2022, one month after the Season 14 finale, with queens from Seasons 3, Seasons 5, Seasons 9 to 12 and UK Season 1 competing. All Stars 7 is the first All Winners Season of the Drag Race Franchise.

Series Overview

Season No.
Contestants
No.
Episodes
Originally aired
Premiere Finale
1 12 6 October 22, 2012 November 26, 2012
2 10 9 August 25, 2016 October 27, 2016
3 10 8 January 25, 2018 March 15, 2018
4 10 10 December 14, 2018 February 15, 2019
5 10 8 June 5, 2020 July 24, 2020
6 13 12 June 24, 2021 September 2, 2021
7 8 12 May 20, 2022 TBA

Seasons Artwork

Prizes

Season Prizes
1
  • $100,000
  • A supply of MAC Cosmetics
  • A one of a kind trip courtesy of ALandCHUCK.travel
  • A crown from Fierce Drag Jewels
2
  • $100,000
  • A one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics
  • A crown and scepter from Fierce Drag Jewels
3
4
5
6
7
  • $200,000
  • A one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics

Twist

Season Elimination Twist Special Twist
1 One queen lip syncs for the team and can swap with their teammate during the lip sync. The queens compete in teams of two.
2 The "Top Two" Queens of the week Lip Sync
The winner of Lip Sync choose who goes home from the Bottom Queens.
Revenge of the Queens: The Eliminated Queens try to fight their way back into the competition by pairing up with a Queen still in the competition for a duo stand-up comedy routine.
3 Handmaids to Kitty Girls: The Eliminated Queens try to fight their way back into the competition by forming a girl group against the Queens still in the competition Jury of Queer Peers: The Eliminated Queens Vote for the Top 2 of the Season to lip sync for the crown.
4 LaLaPaRuZa: The Eliminated Queens try to fight their way back into the competition by lip syncing against a Queen still in the competition.
5 The winner of the week Lip Syncs against a Secret Lip Sync Assassin.
If the Assassin wins, all the Queens vote for who goes home sans the week's winner.
If the Queen Wins, they choose who goes home from the Bottom Queens.
In the event a tie in the group vote, Top All Star of the week's lipstick is revealed.
6 Rudemption Lip Sync Smackdown: The Eliminated Queens try to fight their way back into the competition by lip syncing against a fellow eliminated queen secretly during the competition.
7 The Top 2 Legends each receive a Legendary Legends Star. They lip sync for their legacy and the winner of the lip sync blocks their queen of choice from receiving a star the next week. The top 4 queens with the most stars at the end of the season perform in a Lip Sync Smackdown for the Crown to determine the winner. TBA

Contestant Information

AS1 Cast.jpg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
All Stars Outcome
Chad Michaels Chad Michaels AllStarst.jpg Chad Michael Storbeck[1] 41 Season 4 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
1st Place
(Winner)
Raven Raven All Starst.jpg David Petruschin[2] 33 Season 2 2nd Place
(Runner-Up)
2nd Place
(Runner-Up)
Jujubee Jujubee AllStarst.jpg Airline Inthyrath[3] 28 Season 2 3rd Place 3rd/4th Place
Shannel Shannel All Starst.jpg Bryan Watkins[4] 33 Season 1 4th Place
Alexis Mateo Alexis Mateo AllStarst.jpg Alexis Mateo Pacheco[5] 33 Season 3 3rd Place 5th/6th Place
Yara Sofia Yara Sofia All Starst.jpg Gabriel Burgos Ortiz[6] 28 Season 3 4th Place
(Miss C.)
Manila Luzon Manila Luzon All Starsf.jpg Karl Philip Michael Westerberg[7] 31 Season 3 2nd Place
(Runner-Up)
7th/8th Place
Latrice Royale Latrice Royale AllStarst.jpg Timothy Wilcots[8] 39 Season 4 4th Place
(Miss C.)
Nina Flowers Nina Flowers All Starsf.jpg Jorge Luis Flores Sánchez[9] 38 Season 1 2nd Place
(Miss C.)
9th/10th Place
Tammie Brown Tammie Brown All Starfs.jpg Keith Glen Schubert[10] 31 Season 1 8th Place
Pandora Boxx Pandora Boxx AllStarst.jpg Michael Steck[11] 39 Season 2 5th Place
(Miss C.)
11th/12th Place
Mimi Imfurst Mimi Imfurst AllStarsf.jpg Braden Chapman[12] 29 Season 3 11th Place

AS2CastPhoto.jpg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
All Stars Outcome
Alaska AlaskaAS2.jpg Justin Andrew Honard[13] 31 Season 5 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
1st Place
(Winner)
Detox DetoxAS2.jpg Matthew Sanderson[14] 31 Season 5 4th Place 2nd/3rd Place
(Runners-Up)
Katya KatyaAS2.jpg Brian Joseph McCook[15] 33 Season 7 5th Place
(Miss C.)
Roxxxy Andrews RoxxxyAS2.jpg Michael Feliciano[16] 31 Season 5 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
4th Place
Alyssa Edwards AlyssaAS2.jpg Justin Dewayne Lee Johnson[17] 36 Season 5 6th Place 5th Place
(Originally 6th)
Tatianna TatiannaAS2.jpg Joey Santolini[18] 27 Season 2 4th Place 6th Place
(Originally 8th)
Phi Phi O'Hara PhiPhiAS2.jpg Jaremi Lee Carey[19] 29 Season 4 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
7th Place
Ginger Minj GingerMinjAS2.jpg Joshua Allen Eads[20] 32 Season 7 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
8th Place
Adore Delano AdoreAS2.jpg Daniel Anthony Noriega[21] 27 Season 6 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
9th Place
(Quit)
Coco Montrese CocoAS2.jpg Martin Cooper[22] 42 Season 5 5th Place 10th Place

AS3Banner.jpg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
All Stars Outcome
Trixie Mattel TrixieAS3.jpg Brian Michael Firkus[23] 28 Season 7 6th Place
(Originally 11th)
1st Place
(Winner)
Kennedy Davenport KennedyAS3.jpg Reuben Asberry Jr.[24] 35 Season 7 4th Place 2nd Place
(Runner-Up)
BeBe Zahara Benet BeBeAS3Promo.png Nea Marshall Kudi Ngwa[25] 36 Season 1 1st Place
(Winner)
3rd/4th Place
Shangela ShangelaAS3.jpg Darius Jeremy Pierce[26] 35 Season 2 12th Place
Season 3 6th Place
Morgan McMichaels MorganAS3.jpg Thomas White[27] 36 Season 2 8th Place 5th Place
(Originally 10th)
BenDeLaCreme BenCremeAS3.jpg Benjamin Putnam[28] 35 Season 6 5th Place
(Miss C.)
6th Place
(Quit)
Aja
AjaAS3.jpg
Aja Oshun[29] 23 Season 9 9th Place 7th Place
Chi Chi DeVayne ChiChiAS3.jpg Zavion Michael Davenport[30] 32 Season 8 4th Place 8th Place
Milk MilkAS3.jpg Daniel Donigan[31] 29 Season 6 9th Place 9th Place
Thorgy Thor ThorgyAS3.jpg Shane Thor Galligan[32] 33 Season 8 6th Place 10th Place

As4banner.jpg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
All Stars Outcome
Monét X Change MonetXChangeAS4.jpg Kevin Bertin[33] 28 Season 10 6th Place
(Miss C.)
1st Place
(Winners)
Trinity The Tuck TrinityTaylorAS4.jpg Ryan Ashton Taylor[34] 33 Season 9 3rd/4th Place
Monique Heart MoniqueHeartAs4.jpg Kevin Richardson[35] 32 Season 10 8th Place 3rd/4th Place
(Runners-Up)
Naomi Smalls NaomiSmallsAS4.jpg Davis Heppenstall[36] 23 Season 8 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
Latrice Royale LatriceRoyaleAS4.jpg Timothy Wilcots[37] 46 Season 4 4th Place
(Miss C.)
5th Place
(Originally 7th)
All Stars 1 7th/8th Place
Manila Luzon ManilaLuzonAS4.jpg Karl Philip Michael Westerberg[38] 36 Season 3 2nd Place
(Runner-Up)
6th Place
All Stars 1 7th/8th Place
Valentina Valentina2AS4.jpg James Andrew Leyva[39] 27 Season 9 7th Place
(Miss C.)
7th Place
Gia Gunn GiaGunnAS4.jpg Gia Keitaro Ichikawa[40] 28 Season 6 10th Place 8th Place
The Switch 2 2nd/3rd/4th Place
(Runner-Up)
Farrah Moan FarrahMoanAS4.jpg Cameron Clayton[41] 24 Season 9 8th Place 9th Place
Jasmine Masters JasmineMastersAS4.jpg Martell Robinson[42] 40 Season 7 12th Place 10th Place

AllStars5Cast.jpg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
All Stars Outcome
Shea Couleé SheaCouleéAllStars5.jpg Jaren Kyei Marrell[43][44] 30 Season 9 3rd/4th Place 1st Place
(Winner)
Jujubee JujubeeAllStars5.jpg Airline Inthyrath[45] 34 Season 2 3rd Place 2nd/3rd Place
(Runners-Up)
All Stars 1 3rd/4th Place
Miz Cracker MizCrackerAllStars5.jpg Maxwell Elias Heller[46][47] 35 Season 10 5th Place
Blair St. Clair BlairStClairAllStars5.jpg Blair Andrew Bryson[48][49][50] 24 Season 10 9th Place 4th Place
Alexis Mateo AlexisMateoAllStars5.jpg Alexis Mateo Pacheco[51] 39 Season 3 3rd Place 5th Place
All Stars 1 5th/6th Place
India Ferrah IndiaFerrahAllStars5.jpg Shane Richardson[52] 33 Season 3 10th Place 6th Place
Mayhem Miller MayhemMillerAllStars5.jpg DeQuan Armand[citation needed] Johnson[53] 37 Season 10 10th Place 7th Place
Mariah Paris Balenciaga MariahBalenciagaAllStars5.jpg Elijah Kelly[54] 37 Season 3 9th Place 8th Place
Ongina OnginaAllStars5.jpg Ryan Ong Palao[55] 37 Season 1 5th Place 9th Place
Derrick Barry DerrickBarryAllStars5.jpg Derrick Prentice Barry[56] 35 Season 8 5th Place 10th Place

AS6Banner.jpeg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
All Stars
Outcome
Kylie Sonique Love KylieSoniqueLoveAS6.png Kylie Love[57] 37 Season 2 9th Place 1st Place
(Winner)
Eureka! EurekaAS6.png David Lee Huggard Jr.[58][59] 30 Season 9 11th Place
(Departed)
2nd/3rd/4th Place
(Runner-Up)
(Originally 5th)
Season 10 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
Ginger Minj GingerMinjAS6.png Joshua Allen Eads[60] 35 Season 7 2nd/3rd Place
(Runner-Up)
2nd/3rd/4th Place
(Runners-Up)
All Stars 2 8th Place
Ra'Jah O'Hara Ra'JahO'HaraAS6.png Benni Miller[61] 34 Season 11 9th Place
Trinity K. Bonet TrinityKBonetAS6.png Joshua Jamal Jones[62] 29 Season 6 7th Place 5th Place
Pandora Boxx PandoraBoxxAS6.png Michael Steck[63] 48 Season 2 5th Place
(Miss C.)
6th Place
All Stars 1 11th/12th Place
Jan JanAS6.png Charles Joseph[citation needed] Mantione[64] 27 Season 12 8th Place 7th Place
A'keria C. Davenport A'keriaChanelDavenportAS6.png Gregory D'Wayne[65] 32 Season 11 3rd/4th Place 8th Place
Scarlet Envy ScarletEnvyAS6.png Jacob James[66] 27 Season 11 10th Place 9th Place
Yara Sofia YaraSofiaAS6.png Gabriel Burgos Ortiz[67] 36 Season 3 4th Place
(Miss C.)
10th Place
All Stars 1 5th/6th Place
Silky Nutmeg Ganache SilkyNutmegGanacheAS6.png Reginald Nadjae Steele[68][69] 29 Season 11 3rd/4th Place 11th Place
Jiggly Caliente JigglyCalienteAS6.png Bianca Castro[70] 38 Season 4 8th Place 12th Place
Serena ChaCha SerenaChaChaAS6.png Myron Morgan[71] 29 Season 5 13th Place 13th Place

AS7Banner.jpg

(Stage names and ages stated from during time of contest)

Contestant Photo Real Name Age Original
Season(s)
Original
Rank(s)
Jaida Essence Hall JaidaEssenceHallAS7.jpg Jared Johnson[72] 34 Season 12 1st Place
(Winner)
Jinkx Monsoon JinkxAS7.jpg Jerick Hoffer[73] 33 Season 5 1st Place
(Winner)
Monét X Change MonetXChangeAS7.jpg Kevin Bertin[74] 31 Season 10 6th Place
(Miss C.)
All Stars 4 1st Place
(Winner)
Raja RajaAS7.jpg Sutan Ibrahim Karim Amrullah[75] 47 Season 3 1st Place
(Winner)
Shea Couleé SheaCouleéAS7.jpg Jaren Kyei Merrell[76][77] 32 Season 9 3rd/4th Place
All Stars 5 1st Place
(Winner)
The Vivienne TheVivienneAS7.jpg James Williams[78] 29 UK
Season 1
1st Place
(Winner)
Trinity The Tuck TrinityTheTuckAS7.jpg Ryan Ashton Taylor[79] 36 Season 9 3rd/4th Place
All Stars 4 1st Place
(Winner)
Yvie Oddly YvieOddlyAS7.jpg Jovan Bridges[80] 27 Season 11 1st Place
(Winner)

Gallery

Title Cards

All Stars Artwork

All Stars Untucked Artwork

Runway Themes

Queens by Original Season

Season All Stars 1 All Stars 2 All Stars 3 All Stars 4 All Stars 5 All Stars 6 All Stars 7
1 Nina Flowers
Shannel
Tammie Brown
BeBe Zahara Benet Ongina
2 Jujubee
Pandora Boxx
Raven
Tatianna Shangela Morgan McMichaels AS1 Jujubee Kylie Sonique Love
AS1 Pandora Boxx
3 Alexis Mateo
Manila Luzon
Mimi Imfurst
Yara Sofia
AS1 Manila Luzon Alexis Mateo Yara Sofia Raja
India Ferrah
Mariah Paris Balenciaga
4 Chad Michaels
Latrice Royale
Phi Phi O'Hara Latrice Royale Jiggly Caliente
5 Alaska
Alyssa Edwards
Coco Montrese
Detox
Roxxxy Andrews
Serena ChaCha Jinkx Monsoon
6 Adore Delano BenDeLaCreme
Milk
Gia Gunn Trinity K. Bonet
7 Ginger Minj
Katya
Kennedy Davenport
Trixie Mattel
Jasmine Masters AS2 Ginger Minj
8 Chi Chi DeVayne
Thorgy Thor
Naomi Smalls Derrick Barry
9 Aja Farrah Moan
Valentina
Trinity The Tuck
Shea Couleé Eureka! AS5 Shea Couleé
AS4 Trinity The Tuck
10 Monét X Change
Monique Heart
Blair St. Clair
Mayhem Miller
Miz Cracker
Monét X Change
11 A'Keria C. Davenport
Ra'Jah O'Hara
Scarlet Envy
Silky Nutmeg Ganache
Yvie Oddly
UK1 The Vivienne
12 Jan Jaida Essence Hall
13
14

Stands

The contestant was the winner of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.
The contestant was one of the winners of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.
The contestant quit the competition.
The contestant was eliminated earlier in the competition, then returned.
Underlines: The contestants had already competed in a previous season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars

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  2. PGN June 11-17, 2010 edition | Issuu — June 10, 2010
  3. How Jujubee from 'Drag Race' infused her Laotian culture into her persona and onto the screen | NBC News — August 17, 2020
  4. O.C. drag queen is star of stage and screen | The Orange County Register — August 24, 2010
  5. The Un/Making of Latina/o Citizenship: Culture, Politics, and Aesthetics | Google Books
  6. Yara Sofia to Headline Pride Center’s New Year’s Eve Kiki | Out in SA — November 4, 2016
  7. 10 Fabulous Facts About Manila Luzon, The Drag Queen Bringing Filipino Glam To The Global Spotlight | TheSmartLocal — July 9, 2021
  8. Expecting the Royale treatment from 'Drag' queen | Chron — October 19, 2012
  9. Essay: Three Colorado reality TV contestants become unlikely community leaders | Colorado Public Radio — January 27, 2014
  10. Q&A with Corpus Christi-born RuPaul's Drag Race alum Tammie Brown | Corpus Christi Caller-Times — September 11, 2018
  11. Pandora Boxx: Miss Popular | The Advocate — July 19, 2010
  12. Braden Chapman: From living on the streets to living on stage as Mimi Imfurst | Philadelphia Gay News — June 5, 2014
  13. 'RuPaul’s Drag Race' star Alaska confronts gender and anti-gay hecklers in memoir | NBC News — November 9, 2021
  14. The Real Reason Jinkx Monsoon Won 'Drag Race' | HuffPost — December 6, 2017
  15. trixie mattel cements her legacy with a new documentary | i-d Vice — May 23, 2019
  16. One-On-One with Roxxxy Andrews | Dos Lives — May 3, 2013
  17. Alyssa Edwards Talks Spin-Off, Snatches Weaves | LiveJournal — June 15, 2013
  18. RuPaul’s Drag Race Icon Tatianna Talks Drag Culture, Music And More | Northern Virginia Magazine — June 27, 2019
  19. Drag Race star Phi Phi O’Hara brands James Charles ‘pathetic’ for WWIII joke after transgender military ban | Metro — January 4, 2020
  20. 'Drag Race' Star Ginger Minj Shares the Mantra She Uses to Pump Up Her Confidence | healty.com — December 22, 2021
  21. Hotter Than July: Adore Delano’s ‘Party’ is the summer drag queen anthem we needed | Vanyaland — January 7, 2014
  22. Miami Native Coco Montrese Crowned Miss Gay America | South Florida Gay News — March 14, 2010
  23. Inside Trixie Mattel’s life, her upbringing and boyfriend | StylesRent — February 9, 2021
  24. ‘Dancing Diva of Dallas’ Raising Money to Save Family Home | cw33.com — November 11, 2015
  25. Catching Up with BeBe Zahara Benet, the Very First Winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race | Vanity Fair — March 23, 2017
  26. Shangela's Success Shows the Power of Queer Resilience | The Advocate — April 8, 2019
  27. For Morgan McMichaels, Life Is a Drag | The Advocate — May 5, 2016
  28. RuPaul tour serves up enter-taint-ment | The Gateway — February 11, 2015
  29. Help Aja with her Gender Journey and Transition | GoFundMe
  30. RuPaul's Drag Race queen Chi Chi DeVayne dies at 34 | Entertainment Weekly — August 20, 2020
  31. At Bushwig, Pushing the Boundaries of Drag | The New York Times — September 17, 2014
  32. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” contestant wants to start an orchestra | The Hub — August 24, 2016
  33. Former opera bass wins RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars | BARIHUNKS ® — February 15, 2019
  34. Drag Race Queens Talk New Netflix Series ‘AJ and the Queen’ | The Knockturnal — January 14, 2020
  35. Monique Heart on Her Journey from 'Praying the Gay Away' at Seminary School to Drag Race Superstar | PEOPLE.com — December 12, 2018
  36. How Drag Race star Naomi Smalls found her true passion after the show | Fast Company — September 1, 2020
  37. Expecting the Royale treatment from 'Drag' queen | Chron — October 19, 2012
  38. 10 Fabulous Facts About Manila Luzon, The Drag Queen Bringing Filipino Glam To The Global Spotlight | TheSmartLocal — July 9, 2021
  39. L.A.'s Own Drag Race Contestant, Valentina, Wants More Than to Win | LA Weekly — March 31, 2017
  40. Holiday Issue 2018/2019 | Issuu — October 30, 2018
  41. Farrah Moan of RuPaul's Drag Race on gender, identity and being a 'fish' | Very Good Light — July 16, 2018
  42. L.A.’s Jasmine Masters coming to ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ for a shot at the Hall of Fame | Daily News — September 11, 2018
  43. Chicago drag queen gets chance at being 'RuPaul' royalty | Chicago Tribune — March 29, 2017
  44. Come Through Queens! Meet the Contestants Slaying Season 9 of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' | PAPER — March 24, 2017
  45. How Jujubee from 'Drag Race' infused her Laotian culture into her persona and onto the screen | NBC News — August 17, 2020
  46. Comic and Contemplative, Miz Cracker Is the Fabulous Jewish Drag Queen We Need | Haaretz — June 14, 2018
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  49. Post by BlairStClair | Twitter — July 9, 2019
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  51. The Un/Making of Latina/o Citizenship: Culture, Politics, and Aesthetics | Google Books
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  53. Mayhem Miller shares the behind-the-scenes of drag | The Highlander — November 20, 2018
  54. Mariah Paris Balenciaga “It Gets Better!” | Abby Normal — August 7, 2014
  55. Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Ongina | HIVPlusMag.com — September 10, 2014
  56. Derrick Barry From RuPaul’s Drag Race: Everything We Know | The Cinemaholic — August 21, 2020
  57. Kylie 'Sonique' Love transitioning into woman she was born to be | albanyheral.com — December 17, 2014
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  61. Meet ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ Top 4 Queen Ra’Jah O’Hara | Talent Recap — September 1, 2021
  62. 2021's Amazing People Living with HIV: Drag Superstar Trinity K. Bonet | HIVPlusMag.com — November 8, 2021
  63. Pandora Boxx: Miss Popular | The Advocate — July 19, 2010
  64. Profile of Charles Mantione | YouTube
  65. Who is A'keria Chanel Davenport? 'RPDR' star worked with Taylor Swift and Lizzo | MEAWW — June 23, 2021
  66. Who Is RuPaul's Drag Race's Scarlet Envy? | The List — June 22, 2021
  67. Yara Sofia to Headline Pride Center’s New Year’s Eve Kiki | Out in SA — November 4, 2016
  68. Meet the Chicagoan competing on the new season of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' | Chicago Tribune — February 26, 2019
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  70. Jiggly Caliente Talks ‘Pose’ Cameo and New Music: ‘I Am Going For It All’ | Billboard — July 13, 2018
  71. Who is Serena ChaCha? Lowest-scoring drag queen makes it to 'RPDR All Stars' | MEAWW — June 23, 2021
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  73. Q&A: Jinkx Monsoon from ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ | Portland Monthly — April 18, 2013
  74. Former opera bass wins RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars | BARIHUNKS ® — February 15, 2019
  75. Profile of Sutan Amrull | Zimbio — November 17, 2019
  76. Chicago drag queen gets chance at being 'RuPaul' royalty | Chicago Tribune — March 29, 2017
  77. Come Through Queens! Meet the Contestants Slaying Season 9 of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' | PAPER — March 24, 2017
  78. The Vivienne: Everything about the first winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK | Film Daily — November 23, 2020
  79. Drag Race Queens Talk New Netflix Series ‘AJ and the Queen’ | The Knockturnal — January 14, 2020
  80. Yvie Oddly coming out: 'It's taken my family a bit of time' | Attitude — July 18, 2019
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