When will 'RuPaul's Drag Race' return? Kylie Sonique Love to Jan Sport, a look at 'All Stars' Season 6 cast
After what was possibly the longest season of 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' we now have Season 13 winner and America's drag superstar — Symone! With an exciting finale that crowned Symone as winner and LaLa Ri as Miss Congeniality, it was definitely a fun season.
But if you have a 'RDPR'-sized hole in your heart right now and can't wait to see more of your favorite drag queens battle it out on the silver screen, you might just be in luck — brace yourself for 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Season 6, which premieres on Thursday, June 24, on Paramount+
'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' features 13 queens from the past seasons, all competing for a cash prize and a place in the coveted 'Drag Race Hall of Fame.' Over the past seasons of 'All Stars,' we've seen the format being flipped upside down and inside out, seeing that it is ever-changing. With standard lip-sync eliminations being a thing of the past and with a voting system in place, only time will tell if the new season will be adopting a whole new format or an old one. By the looks of it, this season will be just as promising as ever, with endless twists and turns. The official cast list for the newest season is finally here and by the looks of it, these queens can pack a real punch! Here's a look at the queens that will be making their way to the main stage once again!
Here's a potential cast list of previous participants that are most likely to grace our screens once again, as reported by RuPaul's Drag Race Fandom.
Season 2, 'All Stars' Season 1
This Season 2 and 'All Stars' queen is known for her impeccable comic timing. Her Snatch Game performance as Carol Channing was hilarious and one of the best on her season. She was crowned Miss Congeniality on Season 2.
Her 'All Stars' run was rather unfortunate though — she was paired with Mimi Imfrust and was rather hostile about their partnership which ultimately resulted in her elimination. With the ever-changing format of 'All Stars,' maybe the third time's the charm for Pandora.
Kylie Sonique Love
Kylie Sonique Love is a performing powerhouse. The queen knows how to lip-sync the house down and her battle with Morgan McMicheals on Season 2 is one for the books. Although she did end up sashaying away, fans were definitely enamoured by the queen.
There is a lot of firsts to her name — she was one of the first queens to talk about being transgender on the show and she was also the first to pull off a 'RuVeal'. Sonique appeared on the 'RDPR' 'Holi-Slay Spectacular' special and has been advocating her return to 'All Stars' ever since. Looks like we might just get to see this queen dance the house down once again.
Season 3, All-Stars season 1
The winner of Miss Congeniality on her season, Yara Sofia is certainly a well-rounded, seasoned queen. Known for her larger than life wigs and being unabashedly herself, she is known for having stood up to queens Latrice Royal and Manila during 'All Stars' Season 1 when the former joked about Alexis Mateo and her being eliminated solely because of accents.
'All Stars' Season 1 had a teammate format which made competing even harder on an individual level, so Yara definitely knows her way around curveballs.
Jiggly Caliente's trash couture on Season 4 might be rather infamous, but the larger than life queen has an undeniable stage presence.
She is known for her spectacular lip syncs, seeing that she was able to get out of the bottom two twice during her season. She was also the fifth queen on the show to come out as transgender.
Serena ChaCha's run on 'Drag Race' was a rather short one, seeing that she was eliminated in the second episode of Season 5.
However, she has come a long way since then and what is 'All Stars' if not a shot at redemption for some queens who got a bad rep on their season.
Trinity K Bonet
A true lip-sync assassin, Trinity has a tough run on her season — she often came across as closed off and moody. However, she later opened up that she was HIV positive and it was speculated that it was possibly the cause behind her behavior on the show.
She was the second contestant on the show to come out and talk about it, the first being Ongina.
Season 7, All-Stars season 2
Ginger Minj made it all the way to top 3 on her season, she's a queen who can act the house down. Known for her great comic timing and acting skills, one of her most memorable performances is her tribute to legendary drag queen Divine, where she enacted a scene from the movie 'Pink Flamingos' and her Snatch Game performance as Adele.
Ginger didn't have a great 'All Stars' run, however, but maybe it's time for a do-over.
Season 9, Season 10
After injuring her knee on Season 9, Eureka had to leave the show, seeing that she ended up needing surgery for her injured knee. Mama Ru did extend an open invitation to her to come back for the next season, which she did, seeing that she was a part of season 10.
She made it all the way to the top, and was a runner-up, seeing that she lost out the Aquaria.
A'keria Chanel Davenport
Known for her ' Fit, Fashion, Mug, Body' aesthetic, A'keria proved that she is a force to be reckoned with. Throughout her season, she continued to do exceptionally well and even made her way right to the top, seeing that she was in the top 4.
If there is a queen on this list to keep an eye out for, it's this one.
Known as the queen who can throw down a split, Ra'Jah didn't have a very long run on season 11, but that didn't stop her from making waves during the short time that she was on.
'All Stars' might just be the perfect opportunity for her to show the world all that she has to offer.
Fans were understandably upset when Scarlet Envy was eliminated from her season, seeing that she is a well-rounded queen with great acting skills and stellar fashion.
While her time on the show didn't last quite as long as fans hoped, we can trust that she'll be bringing something exciting to the 'All Stars' runway.
Silky Nutmeg Ganache
An outspoken queen, Silky Nutmeg Ganache made quite the name for herself on her season. She often describes herself as a southern belle who keeps it "real as f**k".
On her season, Silky was known for continuously being at loggerheads with Yvie Oddly — they both had conflicting opinions on each other drag. The latter went on to win that season and the two reconciled as well.
Seeing Jan lose the 'Madonna: The Unauthorized Rusical' was probably the hardest thing to watch on 'Drag Race,' seeing that queen put her heart and soul into that performance.
Fans felt that her run on the show was not an easy one — no matter what she did, she was always on the receiving end of criticism. She has, however, taken it in stride and grown as a performer since then.