After delaying the release from January, 'RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race' finally premiered a few weeks back and somehow, someway, has been an extreme success with fans, proving to be much more than a cash grab and getting better and better every week.
It has been over a decade since RuPaul shared his baby with the world. From the infamous "Season 1" filter of 2009 to the internationally renowned and acclaimed competition series that it is today. With countless international spinoffs and with the love of drag being at its peak, it truly is amazing how far "Drag Race" has been able to push the art form in 10 years. However, with all the content we're getting, some fans are finding the show too repetitive.
YouTube can never get a break these days. From insane pranks to docuseries with serious subject matters, the platform has always been a home to creators from any and all backgrounds, giving them an outlet to create whatever they want to. But could that all be changed? Influencers who make commentary videos for a living are facing an uncertain future after the announcement of the 'creator-on-creator' harassment policy.
It seems like only yesterday the relatively disliked ending of All Stars 4 hit our screens, seeing the double crowning of Trinity The Tuck and Monét X Change. The season was overall very successful for the franchise, with the initial cast announcement being extremely well received, and now filming has begun on All Stars 5!
Before we get into the list, I would just like to say, this is just my opinion, it is not fact. All of these queens are extremely talented, and worked so hard to get the success that they deserve, and this is not meant to send any hate towards anybody mentioned.
Let me take you back to 2012, the London Olympics happened, Carly Rae Jepsen just released Call Me Maybe" and the first episode of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars premiered. After four seasons of the main show, a spin-off was born and fans were shook.