In case you missed it—and perhaps you did! I only say “in case” to cover my bases. But in case you missed it, VH1 released a new teaser trailer for the fourth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars, premiering in December.
Last week, season seven Drag Race runner-up Pearl unintentionally stirred a few pots when she confided to Hey Qween that RuPaul had told her “nothing you say matters unless that camera is rolling.” Pearl now claims that the comments spun off into “incredibly overly dramatized and exaggerated” headlines saying that…
VH1 announced on Wednesday that RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars has been renewed for a fourth season, Variety reports. The show pits top RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants against each other for glory, prizes, and a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
Is there something on Pearl’s face? Yes. And it’s called additional context.
For decades now drag queens Lady Bunny and RuPaul have been close frenemies, first performing together in New York City during the early ’80s. Since then RuPaul has expanded his empire immensely with the show Drag Race, but now Lady Bunny is reviving her very own drag convention, one that predates RuPaul’s own DragCon…
Is the titular host of RuPaul’s Drag Race looking to leave the show? Ru hasn’t said anything about ending his run on the Emmy Award-winning VH1 series, but some new developments have me wondering if he might be eyeing the exit.
There are very few situations in life that are not made slightly worse by the addition of social media influencers: a fancy party; a funeral; standing in line at the DMV; fetching a coffee and a light snack. Yet somehow, RuPaul’s Drag Race is not one of them.
Now in its tenth season, RuPaul’s Drag Race is the perfect example of a competition reality show at the top of its game, armed with a gaggle of queens whose talents are equally matched.
Crazy, right? It’s 2018.
In a recent interview with The Guardian, RuPaul said that he wouldn’t necessarily allow transgender women to compete on Drag Race if they had begun any type of surgical transition, and fans were understandably upset.
All-Stars seasons of Drag Race always up the ante just a little bit—the queens, previously disqualified and sometimes disgraced (Willam), know far better what to expect than less seasoned newbies on regular seasons (exception: Shangela), and so they ideally come even more correct and bring a host of looks that won’t…
Over at the New York Times, an illuminating look at the grunt work of being a working drag queen highlights the struggle and the uncertainty of making a living doing so, even in this recent era of drag’s mainstream popularity.
Listen, you know her. We all do. Perhaps you are her, or were, in some past moment of personal upheaval. She’s the friend who is on a “personal journey.” The friend who is considering quitting her job and going wwoofing in New Zealand for three months to rediscover nature and her own inner strength. The serial…
VH1 has announced that RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will be returning for a third season—the first on the network—and you know Valentina is going to wear her Miss Congeniality/Fan Favorite sash for her introduction!
There are few things more enjoyable in this world than RuPaul Charles batting away inane questions from well-intentioned reporters and this Hollywood Reporter interview certainly does not disappoint in that arena.
Here’s some fun news for your Friday: RuPaul, the hardest working person in show business, is finally getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
I’m skeptical about everything and so I must admit I side-eyed the fact that RuPaul’s Drag Race, newly shifted over from LGBT network Logo to its Viacom brother Vh1, was given a similar Friday night slot to Amber Rose’s nowhere to be found talk show. How you gonna do cultural icons like that?
The trailer for the ninth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race (bowing March 24 on VH1) just dropped and it promises the fashion, drama, and shade we’ve come to expect from the beloved show (literally, the trailer features title cards advertising those three qualities).