Join RuPaul, the world's most famous drag queen, as the host, mentor and judge for the ultimate in drag queen competitions. The top drag queens in the U.S. will vie for drag stardom as RuPaul, in full glamazon drag, will reign supreme in all judging and eliminations while helping guide the contestants as they prepare for each challenge.
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In the Season 11 grand finale, Christine and the Queens performs, the Top Four girls compete in an epic lip-sync smackdown, and RuPaul crowns America's next drag superstar.
Season Nine’s drag queens are fiercer than ever, competing to snatch the coveted title of "America's Next Drag Superstar." This year’s cutthroat race to the crown features unpredictable competition, gag-worthy performances, and jaw-dropping moments.
RuPaul is back to light up the runway with 12 new queens competing for the title of "American's Next Drag Superstar." Season 8 marks a drag milestone: the 100th episode and the 100th queen! Watch as these talented ladies of drag join the ranks of the fabulous 88 queens who fought for the crown before them. The 12 Queens to compete include: Acid Betty, Bob the Drag Queen, Chi Chi DeVayne, Cynthia Lee Fontaine, Dax ExclamationPoint, Derrick Barry, Kim Chi, Laila McQueen, Naomi Smalls, Nayasha Lopez, Robbie Turner, and Thorgy Thor.
Just when you thought you knew what to expect from RuPaul’s Drag Race, along comes the ferociously fabulous and funny Season Six, with enough tricks up its silk chiffon sleeve to keep you on your painted toes! This crop of queens is our most diverse yet, from seasoned pros, to an international drag star, to a former American Idol contestant, and even some fresh-faced ingénue queens who were inspired to be drag performers by watching Season One of RuPaul’s Drag Race! That’s one leggy legacy. Have we mentioned that these boys are hot? Because they are. Have we mentioned they make even hotter women? Because they do.
The winner of season four will headline Logo's Drag Race Tour featuring Absolut Vodka, wins a one-of-a-kind trip, a lifetime supply of NYX Cosmetics, a cash prize of $100,000, and the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar."
The third season of RuPaul's Drag Race began airing on January 24, 2011. Thirteen drag queens competed for the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar", a headlining spot on the Absolut Tour, a lifetime supply of Kryolan makeup, and a cash prize of $75,000. This season saw Michelle Visage replacing Merle Ginsberg at the judge's table and Billy B., Mike Ruiz, and Jeffrey Moran filling in for Santino Rice's absence during several episodes.
For season two, the number of contestants was increased from nine to twelve, and the prizes were slightly modified: a lifetime supply of Nyx Cosmetics and be the face of nyxcosmetics.com, an exclusive one year public relations contract with LGBT firm Project Publicity, be featured an LA Eyeworks campaign, join the Logo Drag Race tour, and a cash prize of $25,000.
Nine contestants were selected to compete in the running of becoming "America's Next Drag Superstar". The winner of the first season won the following prizes: a lifetime supply of MAC Cosmetics, be featured an LA Eyeworks campaign, join the Logo Drag Race tour, and a cash prize of $20,000.