'RuPaul's Drag Race - All Stars' season 4: 3 contestants that make the show worth watching
With barely two days left for 'RuPaul's Drag Race - All Stars' season 4 episode 3 to air, here are three contestants because of who, the show is worth watching
'RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars' season 4 premiered recently on ABC and fans are now eagerly waiting for episode 3 to air Friday. So far, two eliminations are done and dusted. Jasmine Masters was the first to get eliminated followed by Farrah Moan in episode 2.
Now, the remaining eight contestants are set to battle it out to see who will be crowned the 'All Star' of season 4. Throughout each episode, we get to witness a lot of glitz, glamour and the most prominent facet, the drama.
Currently, there are eight queens remaining — Latrice Royale, Manila Luzon, Monét X Change, Monique Heart, Naomi Smalls, Trinity The Tuck, Valentina, and Gia Gunn — and it is going to be hard to predict a winner because every queen is unique in their own way, and that's how they made their way into the All Stars. Now with all that said and done, and barely two days left for the show to air, here are three contestants because of who, the show is worth watching.
Valentina - Season 9 Miss Congeniality
Valentina is back in All Stars season 4 to redeem herself from her unforgettable elimination after her epic lip sync fail. And this queen is surely not going back without a fight to make her mark in drag race history.
She already made her mark after her lip sync/dance performance in episode 1 during the variety show and continued on a winning streak after her 'lip sync for life' performance in episode 2. Valentina is among the three contestants for who the show is worth watching because, though she seems calm on the outside, she is burning with hunger to regain her name. She is the whole package.
Latrice Royale - Season 4 Miss Congeniality
After being paired up with Manila in the All Stars season 1, Royale is back to create a name for herself as a solo competitor. Her sense of humor is the best thing about her, that makes her stand out among the rest. She oozes charm and confidence, be it while she is on stage or even in front of the mirror getting ready. But don't let that charm fool you, because she sure has some moves. You would have noticed it during her entrance into season 4.
Gia Gunn - Season 6
Gia Gunn has established herself kind of as the villain of season 4. No one wants to miss the drama that comes along with her in each episode. After her journey on the sixth season, Gunn returned to the All Stars as a transgender woman. Gunn is also the first to compete as a transgender woman contestant in a full season of the Emmy-winning series.
Recently she was in the headlines due to her feud with Farrah Moan. Now with Moan gone, it does not mean Gunn will stop with her drama. She loves the spotlight, so there is no doubt she will find her way into airtime with a new storyline.
Though these contestants are the main three worth watching the show for, we have no idea when they might get eliminated or if one among them might end up as the winner. All we can do is enjoy what they bring us each episode while they are still there.
'RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars' season 4 airs every Friday at 8 pm ET on VH1. Check your local listings for more information.