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RuPaul's Drag Race All StarsTV Show 2012


RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars is an American reality competition spin off edition of the original RuPaul's Drag Race, which is produced by World of Wonder, for Logo TV and later VH1. The show premiered on October 22, 2012, on Logo TV, before relocating to VH1. However, it was announced on February 20, 2020, on the show's official Twitter account that the fifth season would premiere on June 5, 2020, on Showtime.[1] Following the cast announcement on May 8, 2020, producers announced that the show would remain airing on VH1 instead of Showtime due to the COVID-19 pandemic which caused "various scheduling and programming adjustments".[2] On February 24, 2021, Paramount+ announced via Twitter that the streaming service would be the new home to the series for the sixth season.[3]




RuPaul's Drag Race All StarsTV Show | 2012



She had regularly performed in Provincetown since that first win, and this time, Monsoon (aka Oregon-born entertainer Jerick Hoffer) is back for 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 shows at Provincetown Town Hall. Her performances with longtime pianist and creative partner Major Scales are part of the pre-Halloween Spooky Bear weekend of parties, bingo, cabaret, drag shows, comedy and dancing at various venues around town. Reservations and information for the Jinkx Monsoon show:


For the past six seasons of "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars," it seemed as if producers were conducting experiments. As fan favorites returned to the drag queen competition to once again compete for a crown, the show came up with more and more elaborate ways to send them home and then bring them back again via lip sync competitions . . . to varying degrees of success.


There are lessons here we can all absorb into the lives we live when we're not parked on the couch shouting at drag queens, including the fact that we are not our mistakes. We are not our ugly dresses or our botched lyrics or our deflated soufflés or that giant wooden puzzle that always trips people up on "Survivor." Reality show contestants are whole people who, no matter who they are, don't deserve to be followed around by whatever failure got them voted off of a TV show. (Ok, unless they're Jeff Varner trying to gain favor during "Survivor" tribal council by outing a fellow cast member as transgender. He deserved that vote.)


Now, I'm not saying every show or even every season of "Drag Race" should adopt "All Stars 7's" rules entirely. I'm just saying maybe there's something to be said for giving all the contestants a real chance to prove why they're there in the first place, and to teach us all the valuable lesson that you actually can occasionally be a drag and still be considered a queen.


RuPaul's Drag Race is a reality show in which a group of talented drag queens compete in challenges to impress host RuPaul, the world's most famous drag queen, in order to win a cash prize along with a crown and the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar". It originally aired on LOGO from 2009 to 2016, then moved to VH1 in 2017, and then yet again to MTV in 2023.


In addition to the main series, there is also RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars, which premiered in 2012 and brings back returning queens to compete for the distinction of being inducted into the "Drag Race Hall of Fame". Another spinoff, RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race, premiered in 2020 and features various Drag Race alumnae putting celebrities into drag to compete for charity. There's also the companion aftershow Untucked, which has aired since season 1note (originally known then as Under the Hood) and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the queens during the judging segments of each episode. A list and summary of all seasons can be found on the Recap page. 041b061a72


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