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.
Season 6 premieres with 14 new queens competing to become America's Next Drag Superstar. But first they must face a death-defying photoshoot. With guest judge Adam Lambert and photographer Mike Ruiz.
The queens are challenged to create party-themed couture for a runway face-off. With guest judge Khloe Kardashian.
The queens put the “fear” in “fierce” as they act in a drag horror movie franchise. With guest judges Lena Headey (Game Of Thrones) and Linda Blair (The Exorcist).
The Queens enter the world of musical theater. With guest judges composer Lucian Piane, and Sheryl Lee Ralph (Dream Girls).
The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show. With guest judges Gillian Jacobs (Community) and Heather McDonald (Chelsea Lately).
The Queens are challenged to rap in a TLC-inpsired 90s music video. Rap superstars Eve and Trina guest judge.
The queens sell RuPaul's new makeup line; guest judges Leah Remini and Lainie Kazan.
The queens must write and perform a stand-up comedy routine in front of a live audience.
The queens host their very own talk show. With guest judges Paula Abdul, Chaz Bono, and singer (and Cher's mom) Georgia Holt.
The queens giving blushing brides drag makeovers, before RuPaul officiates their weddings. With guest judges Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother) and his fiance David Burtka.
The queens compete in a pageant of jewellery inspired couture. Guest judges Khloe Kardashian and legendary designer Bob Mackie return.
The queens compete in their final challenge - starring in the music video for RuPaul's hit 'Sissy That Walk'. With special guests Jamal Sims and Mathu Andersen.
A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage as we race toward the climactic crowning of America's Next Drag Superstar.