Todrick Hall is an American YouTube personality who became recognized for auditioning for the ninth season of American Idol and making it to the semi-finals. Todrick is known more nowadays for his self-titled YouTube channel and his appearances on RuPaul's Drag Race as a judge and choreographer.

Todrick was one of the guest judges on the sixth episode of Season 8 to later become a regular judge on All Stars 2. He later appeared as a guest judge on Season 9, All Stars 3, Season 10, All Stars 4, Season 11, and All Stars 5.

As a musician, Todrick has collaborated with several RuPaul's Drag Race alumni, including Trixie Mattel, Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen, and RuPaul herself. He has also performed on Broadway and was a co-producer on Taylor Swift's music video for You Need to Calm Down.

Biography

Todrick Hall is a multi-talented singer, rapper, actor, director, choreographer, and social media personality who rose to prominence on and after his appearance on American Idol. His popular YouTube channel has over 3.5 million subscribers and 740 million channel views, consisting notably of original songs, musical collaborations, and choreographed flash mobs for Beyoncé. Todrick also appears regularly on RuPaul’s Drag Race and season two of The Greatest Dancer on BBC.


Todrick distinguished himself as a Broadway star completing successful runs in Chicago, The Color Purple, Kinky Boots, Memphis, and Waitress. He visited over sixty cities worldwide with sold-out tours of “Straight Outta Oz”, “Forbidden”, and “Haus Party”; and won the 2019 “Video for Good” VMA as co-executive producer on Taylor Swift’s LGBTQ+ anthem “You Need to Calm Down”.

On Drag Race

Series Season Episode Choreographed Number
RuPaul's Drag Race AS2 8 "Read U Wrote U"
9 12 "Category Is"
AS3 8 "Kitty Girl"
10 12 "American"
AS4 10 "Super Queen"
11 12 "Queens Everywhere"
AS5 8 "Clapback"

Discography

Album Release
MTV's Todrick: The Music, Vol. 1 2015
Straight Outta Oz 2016
Forbidden 2018
Haus Party, Pt 1 2019
Haus Party, Pt. 2 2019
Quarantine Queen 2020

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Advice from Todrick Hall himself is shared on this episode of Breaking Broadway, produced by the Broadway Podcast Network.

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