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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars

American reality television series

RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars
RuPaul Drag Race All Stars Logo.png
GenreReality competition
Directed byNick Murray
Presented byRuPaul
Judges
Theme music composerRuPaul
Lucian Piane
Opening theme"RuPaul's Drag Race" theme (season 1–present)
Ending theme
  • "Responsitrannity" (season 1)
  • "Throw Ya Hands Up" (season 2)
  • "Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve & Talent" (season 3)
  • "Born Naked (Stadium Remix)" (season 4)
  • "American" (season 5)
  • "Condragulations" (season 6)
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes53 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Fenton Bailey
  • Randy Barbato
  • Tom Campbell
  • RuPaul
  • Steven Corfe
  • Pamela Post
  • Mandy Salangsang
Camera setupMultiple
Running time42–62 minutes
Production companyWorld of Wonder Productions
DistributorPassion Distribution
Original network
Picture formatHDTVi
Original releaseOctober 22, &#;()&#;–
present&#;(present)
Related showsRuPaul's Drag Race
Website

RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars is an American reality competitionspin off edition of the original RuPaul's Drag Race, which is produced by World of Wonder, for Logo TV and later VH1. The show premiered on October 22, on Logo TV, before relocating to VH1. However, it was announced on February 20, on the show's official Twitter account that the fifth season would premiere on June 5, on Showtime. Following the cast announcement on May 8, , producers announced that the show would remain airing on VH1 instead of Showtime due to the COVID pandemic which caused "various scheduling and programming adjustments".[2] On February 24, , Paramount+ announced via Twitter that the streaming service would be the new home to the series for the sixth season.[3]

The show documents RuPaul inviting past queens that proved themselves to have had the most successful careers once leaving the original show. Like the original show, RuPaul plays the role of host, mentor, and head judge for this series, as contestants are given different challenges each week. RuPaul's Drag Race employs a panel of judges, currently including RuPaul, Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews and a host of other guest judges, who critique contestants' progress throughout the competition. The winner of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars wins $,, a one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics and the queens compete for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame; with Chad Michaels, Alaska Thunderfuck, Trixie Mattel, Monét X Change, Trinity the Tuck, Shea Couleé and Kylie Sonique Love being inducted into the Hall of Fame. The first season of All Stars featured a companion show, which aired directly after the show, RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars: Untucked, it returned for Season 5 and Season 6 following a three-season absence.

The format of the seasons vary. For the first season, the queens had to compete in teams of two, pairing up with another fellow All Star. From the second season, the contestants would decide who to eliminate themselves.

Format[edit]

Further information: RuPaul's Drag Race §&#;Format

For the most part, the format of the All Star Drag-Race resembles that of the main series - with each episode consisting of a mini-challenge (the winner of which earning an advantage in the maxi challenge), the maxi challenge (which determines who is eligible for elimination), and a lip-sync (which determines who is eliminated).

However, the format for the competition is altered in that each cast is composed of former contestants from the main series and (from the second season) the power over eliminations rests with the contestants themselves (with contestants deciding between the worst-performing contestants as deemed by the judges), rather than solely by the judges.

Format Variation[edit]

The main difference in format to the main series are as follow:

  • Season 1: The first All-Stars season was a pairs competition. Queens competed in teams of two, determined by the contestants themselves. Both members of the losing team would be eliminated each week. The bottom two teams chose one member to "lip-synch for their lives". The non-lip synching teammates had the option during the first minute of the performance to declare a "she-mergency", hit a panic button and "tag in" to complete the performance. In the finale, two pairs remained, at which point the pairs were disbanded.
  • Seasons 2–4: The second season was an individual format much like the main series and introduced the format of having the contestants eliminating each other. This season also introduced the lip-sync for the legacy, where the top two contestants in each main challenge would compete in the lip-sync. The victor is awarded a cash prize of $10, and the power to eliminate any of the worst performing queens from the main challenge. This format returned in the third and fourth seasons as well.
  • Seasons The fifth season made a minor adjustment to the format from seasons 2–4. Only the sole main challenge winner can lip sync for her legacy against a Lip Sync Assassin (a notable contestant from a previous season), while the bottom 2/3 contestants are the only ones eligible for elimination. If the Assassin wins, the eliminated queen will be determined by a vote by the rest of the contestants. The $10, lip sync prize jackpot rolls over to further episodes until an All-Star queen wins a lip-sync. If the competing All-Star wins the lip sync, she will get the power to eliminate a fellow queen, as well as win a jackpotting cash prize. This format returned in the sixth season.

Judging Panel[edit]

Untucked[edit]

See also: RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked §&#;RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars: Untucked

Just like RuPaul's Drag Race, episodes of the first season of All Stars were followed by an Untucked episode each week, giving the viewers a glimpse into the backstage drama and discussions between the returning contestants. For the second, third, and fourth seasons, the contestants deliberated among themselves in the work room on who each of the top 2 would eliminate if they won the Lip Sync for Your Legacy. This served as a mini-Untucked as there were no separately filmed Untucked companion episodes for those seasons. On June 5, , it was announced that the aftershow series would return for the fifth season.[4]

Series overview[edit]

Main article: List of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars episodes

Season Premiere Date Finale Date Winner(s) Runner(s)-up No. of contestants Winner's Prizes
1October 22, November 26, Chad MichaelsRaven12
  • $,
  • A coveted spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame
  • A supply of MAC Cosmetics
  • A vacation trip courtesy of ALandCHUCK.travel
2August 25, October 27, AlaskaDetox
Katya
10
3January 25, March 15, Trixie MattelKennedy Davenport10
4December 14, February 15, Monét X Change
Trinity the Tuck
N/A 10
5June 5, July 24, Shea CouleéJujubee
Miz Cracker
10
6June 24, September 2, Kylie Sonique LoveEureka!
Ginger Minj
Ra'Jah O'Hara
13

Season 1 ()[edit]

Main article: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 1)

RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars[5] is the first All-Star season of RuPaul's Drag Race and premiered on the Logo network on October 22, Cast members were announced on August 6, [6] The queens that were invited back to compete were: Alexis Mateo, Chad Michaels, Jujubee, Latrice Royale, Manila Luzon, Mimi Imfurst, Nina Flowers, Pandora Boxx, Raven, Shannel, Tammie Brown and Yara Sofia. The season featured these twelve returning contestants from seasons one to four, for a chance to be inducted into the "Drag Race Hall of Fame". It is the only season of All Stars to have the contestants compete in teams of two. This series consists of six episodes, each aired in a minute time-slot.[7] Contestants were judged on their "charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent" and, since they competed in teams of two, also "synergy". The winner received a supply of MAC cosmetics, a "one of a kind trip" and $,[8]

Each episode, the judges provide their critiques on the contestants' performances in the main challenge and on the runway before RuPaul announces which team is the winner and which teams had the weakest performances. The teams deemed as being the bottom two must "lip sync for their lives" and choose a queen to represent their team in the lip sync in a final attempt to impress RuPaul. After the lip sync, RuPaul decides who stays and who leaves. RuPaul describes the qualities the contestants must have to be crowned the winner of the show as "Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve, and Talent These are people who have taken adversity and turned it into something that is beautiful and something powerful."[9] The phrase "charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent" is used repeatedly on the show, the acronym of which is CUNT. On the All Stars season, "synergy" was added to provide an explanation behind the contestants being sorted into teams (expanding the acronym into CUNTS). The winner was Chad Michaels, while Raven placed as the runner-up, again.

Season 2 ()[edit]

Main article: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 2)

A second season of All Stars was announced in and started shooting immediately after season 8. The show was to begin airing on August 25, Along with the season premiere's announcement, the cast of All Stars 2 were revealed. The cast consisted of 10 returning contestants, Adore Delano, Alaska, Alyssa Edwards, Coco Montrese, Detox, Ginger Minj, Katya, Phi Phi O'Hara, Roxxxy Andrews, and Tatianna.[10] A new twist was revealed for this season changing the format of the show. In previous seasons, the two lowest performing queens had to "Lip Sync for their Life" to avoid elimination. This season has the two best performing queens of the challenge "Lip Sync for their Legacy", with the winner of the lip sync earning $10, and choosing which one of the bottom queens to eliminate. However, on their exit, RuPaul advised the first four eliminated queens that they will have the opportunity to come back for their "revenge", with the winner gaining entry back into the competition.

This season featured a lip-sync to the Rihanna song 'Shut Up and Drive' by Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna that has frequently been rated the number one best Drag Race lip-sync performance.[11][12] The winner was Alaska, while Detox and Katya placed as the runners-up.

Season 3 ()[edit]

Main article: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 3)

On August 21, , VH1 announced it would air a third season of the series in early [13][14][15] On October 13, , VH1 announced that a one-hour special, RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Exclusive Queen RuVeal, would air on October 20, , announcing the season's returning contestants.[16][17] The nine out of the ten contestants that competed on the third season of All Stars consisted of Aja, BenDeLaCreme, Chi Chi DeVayne, Kennedy Davenport, Milk, Morgan McMichaels, Shangela, Thorgy Thor, and Trixie Mattel. Season one winner BeBe Zahara Benet was announced as the surprise tenth contestant.[18] On December 14, , it was announced that the third season would premiere on January 25, [19] A new twist on how the top queens of the season were chosen was revealed in the season's final episode. The previously eliminated queens returned in the finale and voted for the top two out of the remaining top four finalists; from there on, the two queens with the most votes advanced while the others were eliminated. The winner was Trixie Mattel, while Kennedy Davenport placed as the runner-up.

Season 4 (–)[edit]

Main article: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 4)

In August , during an episode of his podcast, Whats the Tee?, RuPaul confirmed he was filming the fourth season of All Stars.[20] On August 22, , VH1 officially announced a fourth season of All Stars, with the cast still yet to be revealed.[21] On November 9, season 3 winner Trixie Mattel hosted a live stream with season 2 finalists Katya and Detox to announce the cast.[22] The ten contestants competing on the fourth season of All Stars were Farrah Moan, Gia Gunn, Jasmine Masters, Latrice Royale, Manila Luzon, Monét X Change, Monique Heart, Naomi Smalls, Trinity the Tuck, and Valentina.[23] Gia Gunn is the first transgender contestant to compete on a season of All Stars, while Latrice Royale and Manila Luzon were the first contestants to return after competing in a previous season of All Stars.[23] The fourth season premiered on December 14, , on VH1.[23] The winners were Trinity the Tuck and Monét X Change; this marked the first and only double crowning to date in the Drag Race franchise.

Season 5 ()[edit]

Main article: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 5)

On August 19, , it was announced that the series had been renewed for a fifth season.[24] It was announced on February 20, , on the show's official Twitter account, that the season would premiere on June 5, , on Showtime. The cast was revealed on May 8, Following the cast announcement, producers announced that the show will air on VH1 instead of Showtime due to the COVID pandemic which caused "various scheduling and programming adjustments."[2] The ten contestants that competed this season consisted of Alexis Mateo, Blair St. Clair, Derrick Barry, India Ferrah, Jujubee, Mariah Paris Balenciaga, Mayhem Miller, Miz Cracker, Ongina, and Shea Couleé. The winner was Shea Couleé, leaving Jujubee and Miz Cracker as the runners-up.

Season 6 ()[edit]

Main article: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 6)

On August 20, , VH1 renewed the series for its sixth season.[25] On February 24, , ViacomCBS announced that the sixth season of the show would move to Paramount+.[26] On May 26, it was announced that the season would air beginning June 24, [27] The season's thirteen contestants are A'keria C. Davenport, Eureka!, Ginger Minj, Jan, Jiggly Caliente, Kylie Sonique Love, Pandora Boxx, Ra'Jah O'Hara, Scarlet Envy, Serena ChaCha, Silky Nutmeg Ganache, Trinity K. Bonet, and Yara Sofia.[28] The winner was Kylie Sonique Love, leaving Eureka!, Ginger Minj, and Ra'Jah O'Hara as runners-up.

DVD releases[edit]

SeasonRelease dateSpecial featuresDiscs
1 January 22, [29]
  • Bonus scenes
  • Episodes of Untucked
  • Meet the Queens interviews
2

Starting in September , seasons one and two became available to stream on Hulu.[30] Seasons became available to stream on CBS All Access on July 30, [31]

Reception[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^"RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 6 Moves to Paramount+, Along With Road Rules Reboot and The Challenge: All Stars". TVLine. Retrieved
  3. ^"VH1 Brings Back "Untucked" Aftershow for New Season of "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars"". The Futon Critic. June 5,
  4. ^"RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race". Retrieved September 27,
  5. ^RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race: Meet the Queens from www.newnownext.com 6 August
  6. ^Logo launching all-stars edition of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' -- EXCLUSIVE from Entertainment Weekly 12 March
  7. ^"RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race Premiere: Never Too Early to Throw Shade".
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  9. ^"eet the Cast of RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars Season 2". Retrieved September 27,
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  20. ^Yang, Rachel (August 22, ). "VH1 Renews 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' for Season 4 (EXCLUSIVE)".
  21. ^"Trixie's Playhouse 💒💕💅 @trixiemattel @theonlydetox @katya_zamo #DragRace #AllStars4 🌟🌟🌟🌟". Instagram. November 7,
  22. ^ abcNolfi, Joey (). "Exclusive: Meet the 'RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars 4' cast". EW.com. Retrieved
  23. ^Swift, Andy (August 19, ). "RuPaul's Drag Race Renewed for Season 12; All Stars 5 Also Ordered". TVLine. United States. Archived from the original on August 19, Retrieved August 19,
  24. ^Swift, Andy (August 20, ). "RuPaul's Drag Race Renewed for Season 13; All Stars 6 Also Ordered". TVLine. United States: Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved August 20,
  25. ^Swift, Andy (). "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 6 Moves to Paramount+, Along With Road Rules Reboot and The Challenge: All Stars". TVLine. Retrieved
  26. ^Del Rosario, Alexandra (May 26, ). "'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Moves From VH1 To Paramount+; Lineup Of Returning Queens Unveiled". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved May 26,
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Season 3
RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars

Episodes

RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 3 Photos

Tv Season Info

  • Genres:

    Gay lesbian, Reality

  • Network:

    Paramount+

  • Premiere Date:

    Jan 25,

  • Executive producers:

    Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell, Steven Corfe, Mandy Salangsang, RuPaul, Pamela Post, Tim Palazzola

News & Interviews for RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 3

Episodes

Critic Reviews for RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 3

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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 3)

Third season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars

Season of television series

The third season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars began airing on January 25, The season was announced in August , and 9 of the 10 cast members were revealed during a VH1 television special titled "Exclusive Queen Ruveal," which aired on October 20, [1][2][3] This season featured ten "All Star" contestants, selected from the show's first season through to its ninth season, who competed to be inducted into the "Drag Race Hall of Fame".

As in the previous season, the top two queens in the challenge compete in a "Lip Sync for Your Legacy," with the winner of the lip sync earning $10, and choosing which of the bottom queens gets eliminated. A new twist on how the top queens of the season were chosen was revealed in the season's last episode. The previously eliminated queens returned in the finale and voted for the top two out of the remaining top four finalists, from there on the two queens with the most votes advanced while the other two were subsequently eliminated. The prizes for the winner of the competition are a one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics and a cash prize of $,

The winner of the third season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars was Trixie Mattel, with Kennedy Davenport being the runner-up.

Contestants[edit]

See also: List of RuPaul's Drag Race contestants

Ages, names, and cities stated are at time of filming.

Contestant Age Hometown Original season Original placement Outcome
Trixie Mattel28 Los Angeles, CaliforniaSeason 76th Place[a]Winner
Kennedy Davenport35 Dallas, TexasSeason 74th PlaceRunner-up
BeBe Zahara Benet36 Minneapolis, MinnesotaSeason 1Winner3rd/4th Place
Shangela[b]35 Los Angeles, California Season 212th Place
Season 36th Place
Morgan McMichaels36 Los Angeles, California Season 28th Place5th Place[c]
BenDeLaCreme35 Seattle, WashingtonSeason 65th Place[d]6th Place[e]
Aja23 Brooklyn, New YorkSeason 99th Place7th Place
Chi Chi DeVayne[f]32 Shreveport, LouisianaSeason 84th Place8th Place
Milk29 New York City, New YorkSeason 69th Place9th Place
Thorgy Thor33 Brooklyn, New York Season 86th Place10th Place
  1. ^Originally placed 11th before returning to the competition
  2. ^Shangela Laquifa Wadley is simply referred to as Shangela
  3. ^Morgan McMichaels originally placed 10th before being chosen to return to the competition.
  4. ^This contestant was voted Miss Congeniality during her original season.
  5. ^BenDeLaCreme eliminated herself.
  6. ^Chi Chi Kat Devayne is simply referred to as Chi Chi DeVayne this season

Contestant progress[edit]

Legend:

&#;&#;Trixie Mattel won RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.

&#;&#;Kennedy Davenport was the runner-up.

&#;&#;WIN indicates the contestant won the challenge and the Lip Sync for Your Legacy in that episode.

&#;&#;TOP2 indicates the contestant won the challenge in that episode, but lost the Lip Sync for Your Legacy.

&#;&#;SAFE indicates that the contestant was declared safe by the judges in that episode.

&#;&#;BTM (Bottom) indicates that the contestant was up for elimination in that episode.

&#;&#;ELIM (Eliminated) indicates that the contestant was eliminated in that episode.

&#;&#;QUIT indicates that the contestant chose to eliminate herself from the competition in that episode.

&#;&#;IN indicates that the contestant had a chance to win re-entry into the competition that week, and was chosen to return.

&#;&#;OUT indicates that the contestant had a chance to win re-entry into the competition that week, but was not chosen to return.

&#;&#;Juror indicates that the contestant returned to vote for the Top All Stars of the Season in that episode.

Contestant Episode
1[5]2[6]3[7]4[8]5[9]6[10][a]7[11]8[12]
Trixie Mattel SAFE SAFE SAFE BTMTOP2 BTMTOP2 Winner
Kennedy Davenport SAFE BTMWIN BTMSAFE BTMBTMRunner-up
BeBe Zahara Benet SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE WIN TOP2 BTMEliminated
Shangela SAFE WIN SAFE WIN BTMBTMWIN Eliminated
Morgan McMichaelsELIMINELIMJuror
BenDeLaCreme WIN TOP2 TOP2 WIN SAFE QUITJuror
Aja TOP2 SAFE BTMSAFE ELIMOUTJuror
Chi Chi DeVayne BTMSAFE BTMELIMOUTJuror
Milk SAFE SAFE ELIMOUTJuror
Thorgy Thor SAFE ELIMOUTJuror
  1. ^BenDeLaCreme won the challenge and the Lip-Sync for Your Legacy, but chose to eliminate herself instead of one of the bottom queens.

Jury vote[edit]

As part of the finale, the eliminated queens were invited back as jurors. They were given two votes each to vote for the remaining contestants that they thought deserved to make the final two, with their first vote worth two points and their second vote worth one point. The remaining contests were given the chance to plead their case before the jurors, prior to the vote.

Juror Vote Finalist
BeBe Kennedy Shangela Trixie
Aja Kennedy Trixie
BenDeLaCreme Kennedy Trixie
Chi Chi DeVayne Kennedy Trixie
Milk Kennedy Trixie
Morgan McMichaels BeBe Kennedy
Thorgy Thor Shangela Trixie
Number of votes 1515
Points 2817
Result Eliminated Top TwoEliminated Top Two
&#; The contestant was picked first and received two points.
&#; The contestant was picked second and received one point.
&#; Contest received the most votes and made it to the Top Two
&#; Contest received the second most votes and made it to the Top Two

Lip syncs[edit]

Episode Contestants
(Pick for Elimination)
Song Winner Up For Elimination Eliminated
1 Aja
(Chi Chi DeVayne)
vs. BenDeLaCreme
(Morgan McMichaels)
"Anaconda"
(Nicki Minaj)
BenDeLaCremeChi Chi DeVayne
Morgan McMichaels
Morgan McMichaels
2 BenDeLaCreme
(Thorgy Thor)
vs. Shangela
(Thorgy Thor)
"Jump (For My Love)"
(The Pointer Sisters)
ShangelaKennedy Davenport
Thorgy Thor
Thorgy Thor
3 BenDeLaCreme
(Chi Chi DeVayne)
vs. Kennedy Davenport
(Milk)
"Green Light"
(Lorde)
Kennedy DavenportAja
Chi Chi DeVayne
Milk
Milk
4 BenDeLaCreme
(Chi Chi DeVayne)
vs. Shangela
(Chi Chi DeVayne)
"I Kissed a Girl"
(Katy Perry)
BenDeLaCreme & ShangelaChi Chi DeVayne
Kennedy Davenport
Trixie Mattel
Chi Chi DeVayne
5 BeBe Zahara Benet
(Aja)
vs. Trixie Mattel
(Aja)
"The Boss"
(Diana Ross)
BeBe Zahara BenetAja
Shangela
Aja
6[a]BeBe Zahara Benet
(Trixie Mattel)[b]
[Morgan McMichaels]
vs. BenDeLaCreme
(BenDeLaCreme)
[Morgan McMichaels]
"Nobody's Supposed to Be Here"
(Hex Hector Dance Mix)
(Deborah Cox)
BenDeLaCremeKennedy Davenport
Shangela
Trixie Mattel
BenDeLaCreme[c]
7 Shangela
(Morgan McMichaels)
vs. Trixie Mattel
(Morgan McMichaels)
"Freaky Money"
(RuPaul ft. Big Freedia)
ShangelaBeBe Zahara Benet
Kennedy Davenport
Morgan McMichaels
Morgan McMichaels
8 Kennedy Davenport vs. Trixie Mattel "Wrecking Ball"
(Miley Cyrus)
Trixie MattelN/A Kennedy Davenport
&#; The contestant was eliminated after their first time in the bottom.
&#; The contestant was eliminated after their second time in the bottom.
&#; The contestant was eliminated after their third time in the bottom.
&#; The contestant chose to eliminate themself.
&#; The contestant was eliminated after the final lip sync.

Notes

  1. ^In episode 6, the contestants in the lip sync were asked to choose an eliminated contestant to return to the competition in addition to picking someone to eliminate.
  2. ^BeBe Zahara Benet chose not to show whom she selected to return to the competition and whom she selected to eliminate if she had won the lip sync. Later on Trinity the Tuck's podcast, on May 3, , Aja asserted that Bebe had chosen Trixie Mattel for elimination.
  3. ^BenDeLaCreme wrote her own name on a lipstick using whiteout, choosing to quit the competition. After being given the choice by RuPaul to select a queen to return, she chose Morgan McMichaels.

Guest judges[edit]

Listed in chronological order:[13]

  • Vanessa Hudgens, actress and singer
  • Todrick Hall, actor and singer
  • Vanessa Williams, actress and singer
  • Constance Zimmer, actress
  • Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, actor and model
  • Nicole Byer, comedian and actress
  • Kristin Chenoweth, actress and singer
  • Tituss Burgess, actor and singer
  • Shay Mitchell, actress and model
  • Adam Lambert, singer and actor
  • Emma Bunton, singer and actress
  • Chris Colfer, actor and singer
  • Garcelle Beauvais, actress and model

Special guests[edit]

Guests who appeared in episodes but did not judge on the main stage (in order of appearance):

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars episodes

Leak[edit]

On February 15, , the series production company World of Wonder filed a lawsuit against an anonymous leaker using the alias RealityTVLeaks.[21] According to the lawsuit, RealityTVLeaks posted several visuals from the season on various social media websites such as Reddit, Twitter, and Instagram before each episode's airing—including runway themes, challenges, episode titles, and eliminated queens.[21] Additionally, a producer from the show stated that the leaker removed "information identifying [World of Wonder] as the copyright owner and author" before adding "misleading copyright management information falsely identifying [the defendants] as the copyright owners and authors."[21] World of Wonder launched the suit because of the defendant's "unlawful theft and public dissemination of episodes of the popular and critically-acclaimed reality television show," and the production company confirmed it is seeking damages of $,, including $, for each infringed episode and $25, per violation of "actual damages" and defendants' profits.[21]

Ratings[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Although a ratings success, the season was panned by the critics, following the high bar set by All Stars 2. Vulture, in writing a summation review, described the season as "truly one of the roughest seasons of the show ever. After a stellar, jaw-unhingingly good All Stars 2, this season felt more like an embarrassing cousin you brought to gay happy hour who wears double polos".[30]The A.V. Club similarly described the season as disappointing; in their final review of the season, they wrote, "I should be celebrating the crowning of a new queen in the Drag Race hall of fame, but Drag Race All Stars season three has left me feeling totally underwhelmed and wondering, What’s the point?"[31]

Vulture did however make the point that although the season did not live up to expectations, "even at its worst, it’s still one of the best, if not the best goddamn reality competition show on television".[32]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RuPaul%27s_Drag_Race_All_Stars_(season_3)
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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars season 3 cast announced

Just between us squirrel friends, EW has an exclusive first look at the full cast from the upcoming season of RuPaul&#x;s Drag Race All Stars 3.

As part of a previously announced one-hour VH1 special, the two-time Emmy-winning host and drag queen superstar revealed Friday the full roster of past contestants who will go wig-to-wig for a third slot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame alongside past champions Alaska and Chad Michaels when the spin-off competition series returns to the network next year.

Returning fan favorites for the third All Stars tournament include BenDeLaCreme (season 6), Trixie Mattel (season 7), Milk (season 6), Thorgy Thor (season 8), Kennedy Davenport (season 7), Aja (season 9), Chi Chi DeVayne (season 8), Morgan McMichaels (season 2), and, in a playful nod to the queen that keeps on queening, Shangela, who&#x;s now competed on three separate editions of Drag Race after previous stints on seasons 2 and 3.

Chaka Khan was also on hand to close out the episode, appearing for a brief interview with RuPaul, during which she dished out sage advice for the girls: This is a competition. Trust your instincts, trust yourself, and then lay back, and see what it do. Let it do what it do.

The All Stars announcement comes on the high heels of the most successful year in the history of RuPaul&#x;s Drag Race, as the program, which originally launched in on LGBT-themed channel Logo, made the jump to VH1 for season 9 for the first time. The move yielded the show&#x;s most-watched season ever, with the Lady Gaga-starring premiere debuting to just under 1 million viewers ahead of the show itself bagging eight Emmy nods (ultimately winning three) earlier this year.

RuPaul&#x;s Drag Race All Stars 3 premieres at the top of on VH1. Check out EW&#x;s exclusive cast photo from the upcoming season above.

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