Mama Ru is back with RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars, which features some of the most sickening queens to ever take the Drag Race runway. With panels including veteran judges Michelle Visage, Santino Rice, Carson Kressley, Todrick Hall and Ross Mathews sitting alongside RuPaul, this series is tucked to the edges with more tea, more shade and more twist-filled challenges than ever before.
A mystery 10th queen joins the nine All Stars competing for $100,000 and a place in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. The first test is to compete in a drag variety show.
The queens go full diva in a lip-syncing dance number inspired by the classic TV specials "VH1 Divas Live". With guest judge Vanessa Williams and choreographer Todrick Hall.
The queens' improvisation skills are tested in an unscripted dating show. Constance Zimmer and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman guest judge.
The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show. Fashion designer Marc Jacobs stops by the workroom, while Kristin Chenoweth and Nicole Byer (Girl Code) guest judge.
The queens design wearable soup cans inspired by Andy Warhol, and create Studio 54 disco looks. Tituss Burgess and Shay Mitchell guest judge.
The eliminated queens return to the competition for revenge. But first the queens must audition for RuPaul's new girl group, the Kitty Girls. Spice Girl Emma Bunton ("Baby Spice") and Adam Lambert guest judge.
The queens’ acting chops are tested in a girl comedy blockbuster scene. Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi stops by the workroom, while Chris Colfer and Garcelle Beauvais guest judge.
The queens must write and perform a rap on RuPaul’s new hit single and conquer a one-take choreography performance. But before a winner can be crowned, RuPaul invites the eliminated queens to weigh in.