If you’ve ever watched “RuPaul’s Drag Race”, you know each season has its stand-out queens … and of course the ones that flop. Every now and then, a queen worthy of going further in the competition is eliminated (see: Ms. Vanjie).
As the audience for “RPDR” expands (hello Primetime Emmy awards), fans are eating up everything drag. With an appetite that big for all things all queens, RuPaul and VH1 are continuing to serve up front lace fantasy for everyone.
If you’re not familiar, the reality show competition films an All-Star season, and invites back queens worthy of a “ru-demption”. This year is no different, with rumored filming taking place over the summer months for All-Stars Season 5, in addition to the regular season of Rupaul’s Drag Race.
We’ve put together a list of queens we think could be on this upcoming season of All-Stars, and a few reasons why. Keep in mind, this is based on the drag internet sleuths, events that the queens have canceled…
As with most veteran-queens, Miz Cracker has been touring since her departure on Season 10 of the show. However, she released a video apologizing to her fans when she postponed shows in New Zealand and Australia, that would’ve taken place in June (the time which All-Stars films).
Finally! One of the most memorable queens from the very first season of Drag Race (TEN YEARS AGO?!) is rumored to be coming back to the competition. She, like the other rumored queens, postponed a gig as well and has been silent on her Insta.
The Britney Spears look-a-like has been known to express her desire to be on AS5, and this might be her chance. In June she canceled all her appearances and has also gone silent on Instagram (unlike the real Ms. Spears).
“I do declare…” that this might Blair second chance at winning. Her time on her season felt a little short, and not to mention she has a large gap between her scheduled performances this month.
Placed 3rd (4th)
Like most of the other rumored queens, Shea has fallen silent on her IG and has publicly said she’d do an All-Stars season. Not to mention, no performances scheduled during rumored filming.
Mayhem’s time on her season was cut short, but she was brought back for RuPaul’s ‘Holi-Slay Spectacular’ that aired at the end of 2018. And it goes without saying, she’s been silent on her social media.
It’s been seven years since the seasoned alum Jujubee has competed in Drag Race, but she’s kept her status as one of the most prolific and fan favorites. In June she canceled two of her appearances and is not posting her usual promos and photos of her cat, Priss.
During episode 6 of the third season, Mariah sashayed away from the competition. Her time after the show she has continued to tour and perform. Just this month, however, she hasn’t had any performances scheduled and was noticeably absent from her podcast with fellow RPDR alum, Morgan McMichaels.
The season three alum missed an appearance earlier this month, and like the other queens, has fallen silent on her Instagram.
The final rumored queen to be hitting the All Stars stage is Alexis Mateo, who has been absent from her Instagram and Facebook, but also was quietly replaced as a host for a competition.