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.
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.
Hay squirrelfriends! It’s finally time to crown America’s Next Drag Superstar, and Season 9 has been a real doozy, with a surprise four-queen finale that seems as tight as any Drag Race has ever been. Will it be Sasha Velour, the intellectual art diva? Peppermint, the congenial and heartfelt beauty? Shea Coulee, the…
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.
When Valentina starts broadcasting live on Instagram, fans inevitably ask the Question: First, they want to know if she’s Mexican-American. When they learn she is indeed Mexican, they want to know specifically where in Mexico her parents came from. Mom’s from Aguascalientes; dad’s from Chihuahua.
VH1 announced two bits of news regarding their 2017-2018 lineup, one which was expected and the other which was definitely not.
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?
Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race premieres tonight on a new channel (Vh1) and a new night (Fridays!) and a new time (8 p.m. Eastern—THE WITCHING HOUR). Also, LOOK AT GAGA DOING HER THING.
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).
Gather round squirrels, for the trailer for the best show on television has arrived. It’s time to meet the queens of season 9 of Rupaul’s Drag Race!
As Mike Pence, Satan’s meticulously groomed undersecretary, lurches toward what may be the most powerful vice-presidency in history, we have to move to protect what’s ours—our bodies, our civil rights, our ability to put on a giant wig and heavy contour and lip sync to Gloria Estefan in front of RuPaul.
RuPaul scored the first Emmy for RuPaul’s Drag Race, winning best reality TV host at Sunday night’s Creative Emmy Awards.
Tuesday night, every Season 2 contestant on RuPaul’s All-Stars Drag Race filed into a screening room in Manhattan’s Crosby Street Hotel and made her case for why she should win. Most were keeping focused and internally grounded—the Vegas queen Coco Montrese said she’d learned on her Season 5 stint that she was only…
The queens from Season 2 of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars are all in New York at the moment, doing a promo run for the premiere episode (it airs Thursday evening on Logo). Today, Alaska, Alyssa Edwards and Katya joined their sistren in Union Square to serve promotional ice cream from the Big Gay Ice Cream truck.
The glorious, hilarious and shady Bob the Drag Queen is absolutely a top-three contender on this season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, so it was a bit of a surprise to see her landing in the bottom two, with Britney Spears impersonator/glorified Chris Crocker Derrick Barry. But oh lord, did Bob’s misfortune deliver us from…
The Supermodels of the World took on the supermodels of this second on Monday night’s RuPaul’s Drag Race, in which runway stars Gigi Hadid and Chanel Iman were tasked with judging the catwalk steez of Ru’s girls. It was also the all-important Snatch Game episode—always the best episode of the season, in that it’s the…
Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Chris Stein guest-judged RuPaul’s neon blow-out on Monday night’s Drag Race, and in homage, the remaining nine queens were tasked with forming ‘80s-influenced bands—punk, or synth, or “party” in the style of the B-52s. That little experiment had varying results (though three drag queens…