It is finally here hunties, season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race premiered this past Monday (Feb. 24) in “HDS: High Definition Shade.”
The two-part premiere started off with a bang, with Laganja Estranja performing death drops left and right within the first ten minutes. Ru got dusty and only introduced half of the glitter litter the first episode. The hostess with the mostess also untucked another game changer, no immunity…”So don’t f*ck it up! You better work!”
Meet this season’s QUEENS thus far:
Notorious for sassing Simon Cowell on American Idol, Danny Noriega is now setting the Southern California drag scene ablaze as the infectiously charming party girl Adore. But will Adore’s sassy attitude charm or choke the judges?
This Latina pageant queen mixes her winning beauty with an edgy and futuristic fashion sense. But don’t be fooled by her sweetness and charm: There’s a hunger for the crown that drives everything she does.
Kooky, funny and “terminally optimistic,” this vintage pin-up queen brings an excess of character to the race—not to mention she’s a dead ringer for Michelle Visage. Call her “DeLa” for short, or “Miss Creme” if you’re nasty.
This Chicago runway queen knows how to make an entrance and keeps “reading” glasses firmly in place. Gia’s brand of drag is serving beauty, attitude and sass while dripping in jewels—but will her sharp tongue turn off the judges?
A seasoned singer, actor and comedian, Kelly Mantle has already made a name for herself in Hollywood, with a list of television credits as long as her legs. Though she has a sweet exterior, Kelly’s been known to get tough when the competition heats up.
An amazing dancer and a polished queen, Laganja comes from fierce drag lineage, with none other than Alyssa Edwards as her drag mother, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley her drag sister. Extremely driven and determined to be recognized for her talents, Laganja often lets her competitive side come out whether you’re her friend or foe.
One of the original 90s New York City club kids, this Jamaican queen considers her drag to be “living art.” Well known in the New York City straight club scene, she considers herself an “ambassador of drag,” and won’t be shy about educating the fishy young things in the competition about the history of their craft.
It is finally here hunties, season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race premiered this past Monday (Feb. 24) in “HDS: High Definition Shade.” Get More: RuPaul’s Drag Race Full Episodes, RuPaul, Logo TV The two-part premiere started off with a bang, with Laganja Estranja performing death drops left and right within the first ten […]