RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars season 4 is just around the corner. The new season will start on Friday, December 14 at 8/7c on VH1, bringing some of the most memorable queens back for a second chance to prove that they deserve the All-Stars crown.
Here are the queens returning to battle it out:
You may remember Farrah Moan from Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. If not, she was the one whose emotions got the best of her. But this season, she’s ready to come back and prove that she’s worth the time and effort – and the crown!
Gia Gunn is back for a second chance. You’ll have to go back to Season 6, as it has been a while since Gunn was on RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Back then, she was a sassy contestant who had the snappy catchphrases lined up to rattle her competitors, but she’s back to snatch the crown for herself this time.
Jasmine Masters is back! Since Season 7 made her an instant internet sensation and a meme queen, Masters is back on RuPaul’s Drag Race to prove that she’s now worthy of the crown. First, the internet. Next, RuPaul’s much-desired title.
Latrice Royale, the fierce and confident mama is back for another shot at taking the crown. Latrice is from way back in Season 4, and she already had a shot at All-Stars when she competed on Season 1. With two shots in the bag, will the third time be a charm?
Manila Luzon is another queen who has had two shots at a crown. She was the runner-up on season 3 years ago but was quickly sent home during All-Stars season 1.
Now, she’s back with a bigger wardrobe, more impressive makeup and she’s ready to prove that she’s deserving of the crown.
Monet X Change, one of the favorites from Season 10, is back to prove that she can rock All-Stars. With the Miss Congeniality title from Season 10, she’s ready to win over RuPaul and prove that she deserves to take home the All-Stars crown.
Monique Heart, another loved drag queen from Season 10, is ready to fight against the other queens to prove that she deserves a spot on All-Stars. Now that Season 10 is behind her, she’s traveled the world, made some money, and she’s ready to compete with the best.
Naomi Smalls came to compete! She was in the top three during Season 8 and she’s ready to show the world that she deserves to be a winner. Smalls also wants the world to know that a pretty fashion model can easily wear the All Stars crown – and look fabulous.
Trinity the Tuck
Don’t remember Trinity the Tuck? Well, she’s formerly known as Trinity Taylor from Season 9. With a small name change, she’s back to prove that she should have been more than just in the top four of Season 9. She should have been the winner!
Valentina, the fan favorite from Season 9 is back to show the world that this pretty face deserves a second shot. Fans are just hoping that she remembers the words to the lipsyncing challenges this time. For Valentina, it’s redemption time and she’s ready to prove that she’s worth it!
RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars airs December 14 at 8/7c on VH1.
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