It was a dragtacular evening with a bevy of fine ladies in stunning attire. But of course, because it was the premiere party for RuPaul's Drag Race season 6 – which means, unequivocally the most stylish ladies on reality TV. Can one of them take Kim Kardashian or Kyle Richards under their wings?
Behold the awesomeness, the sheer fetes of makeup and hair, the sensational attire below. I'm swooning. Set your DVRs girls, because the drag race is about to begin!
Above, Darrien Lake from Rochester, NY and Courtney Act from West Hollywood!
What's not to love about Andy Cohen? He's the King of Bravo, he hosts a phenomenally random and funny late night show in a tiny clubhouse, and he penned the hilarious memoir Most Talkative. Let's not forget the fact that he gave us the housewives franchise. What would we have to talk about if not for all of those ladies? Sure he's a horrible reunion host, but nobody's perfect, and he seems to be getting better in my opinion.
Not only is Andy all of these things and more, he's a huge advocate for the gay community. In fact, he was recently named 14th on Out's Power List, which showcases fifty gay men and women who influence the way Americans–and the world–perceive the gay community. RuPaul also made the list in the 50th spot.
Drag Race Hall of Fame, here comes Chad Michaels! The pristine queen with a killer Cher impersonation was crowned the winner of the first ever RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race and will take her rightful place in the hall of fame.
Chad triumphed against the "synergy" aspect of the All Stars series and was able to beat out finalists JuJubee, Raven, and former sidekick partner Shannel.
Upon crowning Chad the fairest of them all, RuPaul announced: "When it comes to the art and audacity of drag, nobody does it better than Chad. She has set the bar high, and I can't wait to bring back more of my best queens for another dazzling season of All Stars!"
RuPaul is not giving us an opportunity to miss her luscious ladies. The cast of RuPaul's Drag Race season 5 has just been announced, welcoming to the main stage 14 girls campaigning to be America's next drag superstar.
This week on RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race the queens played homage to the ladies of girl group fame. And nobody melts a drag queen's heart (or mine!) like Diana Ross! Girl groups for-ev-ah!
Thing start out with a little SheMail and then Ru appears in the workroom to let the girls know it's time to get their cheer on. The mini challenge is all about Cheer-Reading where the queens have to make a rhyme that throws shade at their opponents. Given that the remaining queens is all nicies and Miss Congenialities there was about as much shade as a Phoenix summer – well except for where Yarlexis is concerned.
It seems there is a lingering vendetta that the two girls shouldn't be the shining star of the judges eyes last week and they get hassled over their language skills, but it was all in all pretty tame. It reminded me of that 80's music video "Hey Mickey!" That's how cutsie pie this was.