RuPaul’s Drag Race

They're baaack with a wigence and a fury of sequins! And these girls work it better than any girl I know. Oh please, Latrice "Mother Effing"  Royale, please, please descend upon my house in full paint and do my make-up before unleashing me forth into the world. Mama needs to go to church and she needs her everlasting glory!

Before we go any further let me also profess my undying love for Chad Michaels (and of course Cher). I spread La Mer on my toast too, bitch. 

So let's get this recap of RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race started! Hit it, Queens! 

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If you've ever wondered what She By SheBroke and NeNe Leakes would look like as real live drag queens, you have your answer! Latrice Royale and DiDa Ritz, stars of RuPaul's Drag Race spoofed the infamous "toof wars" as NeNe and Sheree in the "Real Dragwives."  

Their hilarious turn on one of Real Housewives of Atlanta's most classic fights is priceless and straight on. And it begs the question, who plays a better NeNe: NeNe or Latrice?

The video is below!

Last week RuPaul's Drag Race star Sahara Davenport unfortunately passed away from heart failure at age 28. Sahara, aka Antoine Ashley, had been in a relationship with fellow Drag Race contestant Manila Luzon for six years. 

In an interview with People Magazine, Karl Westerberg (stage name Manila) speaks out about the passing of his boyfriend and discusses how this tragic loss has impacted his life. 

"I'm left cherishing his memories and carrying out his legacy," Karl shared. "I was lucky enough to have time with him." The pair met years ago at a bar in their neighborhood and were together ever since. 

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The fantastic Sahara Davenport, star of RuPaul's Drag Race season 2 passed away last night. Sahara, 28, who was in a relationship with Manila Luzon, was one of the break-out performers of the show. 

In addition to appearing on Drag Race, Sahara, born Antoine Ashley Davenport, was an actor and singer; releasing two singles: “Pump with Me” (2010) and “Go Off” (2011).

The cause of death has yet to be determined and more concise details have not yet emerged. 

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Gentleman start your engines… and ladies get your feathers, your wigs, your sequins, your sass because in the best news to come this fall RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race is coming soon! Oh, I just. cannot. wait. Literally. I. Die.

Bringing together an amazing cast of some of the greats and some of the huhs, All Star Drag Race is ready to declare the queen among queens. Let’s hear it for the girls and may they lipsync for their lives!

RuPaul’s All Star Drag Race premieres this October on Logo! The official trailer and cast photos are below!

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Alright, RuPaul’s Drag Race Fans (me included) this one’s for you and I’m serving up some gossip realness. Sharon Needles, our beloved freaky queen broke Drag Race tradition and was the first non-fishy lady crowned America’s Next Drag Superstar. Now the lady of the night speaks out about working with RuPaul and beating arch nemesis Phi Phi O’Hara!

Also, can we please talk about why Phi Phi made it to the final three anyway? Ugh. First of all the always humble Sharon confesses – she wasn’t at all surprised by her win! “I wasn’t really surprised at all. Being a drag queen is all about pulling out the stops and freaking them out,” she tells Entertainment Weekly.

“In all honesty, though, Chad Michaels and I were expecting a tie between me and her and that we would crack that crown in half, which would have been almost more of a pleasure and it would make more sense than to just have one of us beat Phi Phi,” Sharon snarks. Adding, “We figured possibly that RuPaul would keep the crown for herself.”

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