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Over the years, fans have been clamoring to have Ongina on an All-Stars season. However, according to online rumorsit seems like Rebecca Glasscock has been booked for All-Stars 4 instead. This Puerto Rican queen is known for never having lost a lip-sync, a feat that only three other queens have achieved: Willam, Jujubee, and Darienne Lake. Maybe she can keep winning lip-syncs and send queens home on the next All-Stars, then. This season 6 contestant was a fierce competitor who certainly has more to bring to the franchise than what she showed many years ago.
In addition, that season was crowded with massive stars such as Bianca Del Rio, Adore Delano, and Courtney Act, barely giving any other queens the chance to shine brighter. Because All-Stars seasons are all about redemptions, it seems like the perfect fit for Joslyn Fox to be featured on an upcoming season and be given a chance to elevate her career even more. With so many accomplishments under her belt, Courtney would seem like the most perfect fit for an All-Stars season. However, it also seems very evident that the queen is not interested in such.
Particularly after winning Celebrity Big Brother and crossing over into the mainstream world, Courtney Act seems very uninterested in becoming attached to the Drag Race franchise once again. However, Manila has been actively involved with RuPaul and his production team over the years, and might just be the right queen to get yet another chance to compete on All-Stars.
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Technically, the first season of All-Stars was just as odd and bad as the first season of Drag Race. Thus, it seems conceivable for the queens of that cast to potentially come back to the show and compete.
Well, it helps to remember who was the first queen to have taken that chance: Jessica Wild, all the way back on season 2.
Like Trixie, Jessica also did a very poor job, but went down in history for having the courage to impersonate RuPaul right in front of him.
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With so many of the original queens returning to the Drag Race franchise, it is only fair for Jessica Wild to get the chance to show her talents to a brand-new audience that may not have watched the show in However, as a contestant on the series, it was not expected for Carmen to position herself so opposite to the show and RuPaul himself. Her statements forced the show to rename its segment and opened a discussion regarding whether Drag Race had transphobic tendencies.
On the other hand, Carmen does not seem interested in competing on All-Stars, either. Over the years, Gia Gunn has made sure to keep herself in the conversation when it comes to the Drag Race franchise. The name of who she wanted to send home was written on a tube of lipstick. Instead of sending home one of her competitors, she revealed that she'd written her own name on the lipstick -- basically sending herself home since she had "nothing left to prove.
Raven Raven is one of the most well-known queens on Drag Race. She competed on season two of the show, ultimately coming in second place after having the title just barely snatched away.
She then later came back for the second season of All-Stars, where she once again came in second place, this time to Chad Michaels. However, we can probably all agree that sweetheart she is not. Her rivalry with Tatianna showed off her passive-aggressive side, and sometimes it seemed like she was way too cold towards the younger queen.
Katya We were lucky enough to get a double dose of Katya. Not only was she a contestant on the seventh season of Drag Race, she also came back for the second season of All-Stars, where she was the runner up to her friend Alaska. While she was on season seven, she was the glue of the challenge groups she was in, helped by how genuinely hilarious she is.
She made a lot of friends during both seasons she appeared on. Her fantastic personality led to her season seven elimination being super controversial, since she was such a fan favorite. At the reunion later on, fans voted her Miss Congeniality.
From her runway looks to her acting, she captivated both her audience and her fellow queens. Instead of believing that she genuinely was happy and bubbly all the time, she was called out and accused of being fake for the cameras. The Gothic queen proved that spooky drag can succeed, too.
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She definitely stood out during her season, eventually going on to win season 9 and claim the crown. She was super talented, knocked every category out of the water, and helped bring about a different idea of what drag can look like. Sasha is known for being an eccentric artist. She produced "Nightgowns" inwhich is a monthly drag show that takes place in her hometown of Brooklyn.
Willam Willam would have made this list for his personality alone. Who can forget the scene where he started fake crying when he was declared safe, only to turn around and say that he was only sad for his fellow competitors because they were guaranteed to lose? He never gave the attitude a rest.AAA - The AAA Girls feat. Alaska Thunderfuck, Willam and Courtney Act
While some people probably found his sense of humor hilarious, it grated on others. It turned out that the other competitors on his season got the last laugh, because — surprise! Whether or not this gave them an edge in lip sync competitions once they got to Drag Race is definitely up for debate.
Adore was a season six finalist and also came back for the second season of All-Stars. On both shows, she was one of the best people to watch. Adore Delano is one of the sweetest queens on the show. Instead, she made friends with basically everyone, and even still keeps in touch with some of them.
Adore is the first queen to leave Drag Race by choice after leaving her season of All-Stars. Jasmine Masters Ah, Jasmine.
With zero filter whatsoever. Jasmine competed on season 7 of Drag Race and was eliminated pretty early on, finishing in twelfth place overall.
In the episodes that she was on, though, she made so many negative comments about her fellow contestants that fans turned against her. And many of the fans took their dislike way too far, forcing Mama Ru to step in and tell them to cut it out. This probably should have gained Jasmine some sympathy, since no one deserves to be cyber-bullied.
However, even after she was eliminated from the show, she continued critiquing both the show itself and the contestants. No tea, no shade, no pink lemonade. Kim Chi Kim Chi might have been the runner-up of season eight, losing out to another queen on our list, but she definitely stole the hearts of the audience with her humor and personality. She also became the drag mother of Triple A girl Alaska back in