Drag Race Recap: A Purple Runway Leaves One Queen Feeling Blue
Friday’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race tasked the remaining six queens with writing and performing their own one-woman shows, a dicey endeavor that ended with one woman being shown the door. READ MORE & WEIGH IN
RuPaul's Drag Race Sneak Peek: Jaida Commits a Golden Sin — Watch
In addition to charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent, there are four other words every drag queen should know like the back of her hand: Rose, Dorothy, Blanche and Sophia — aka The Golden Girls. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Drag Race All Stars 5 Staying on VH1 — 10 Returning Queens Ru-vealed
VH1 has three words for RuPaul’s Drag Race: Shantay, you stay. The upcoming fifth season of All Stars, previously scheduled to air on Showtime, will now premiere on VH1 (June 5, 8/7c), TVLine has learned. Additionally, the 10 returning contestants have finally been Ru-vealed. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Drag Race Sneak Peek: The Puppet Challenge Makes Its Glorious Return
Kermit the Frog is definitely shaking in whatever swamp he’s currently quarantining. Friday’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1, 8/7c) brings back the franchise’s beloved puppet mini challenge, not seen since — double-checks Wikipedia — Season 9! READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Drag Race Recap: Attack of the Clones! (Did RuPaul Make the Right Call?)
Drag Race Sneak Peek: RuPaul Has a Big Surprise for the Final Six Queens
“There is a light at the end of the tunnel,” Gigi Goode says in this sneak peek from Friday’s Drag Race (VH1, 8/7c). To be fair, though, the queen doesn’t rule out the possibility that “it could be a train coming.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Quotes of the Week: Last Man Standing, Will & Grace, Drag Race, Flash and More
We’ve been spending a lot of time on our couches these days, but at least there’s still plenty of television to keep us company. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Secret Celebrity Drag Race's First Three Stars Ru-vealed: Grade the Premiere!
Drag Race Recap: Which Presidential Queen Suspended Her Campaign?
Who’d have expected that a mock presidential debate between seven drag queens would somehow be less outlandish and more civil than the actual debates we’ve watched on TV in recent years? READ MORE