RuPaul’s Drag Race, the wildly popular drag queen competition show on Logo, is back for its seventh season, and with that age has come a certain maturity, for better or worse. Now two episodes in, the production feels tighter, theShow More Summary
The Advocate spoke with RuPaul's Drag Race's Trixie Mattel after she sashayed away. read more
Fans and former competitors have united under the banner of #JusticeForTrixie
Sending you love and light, Sahara!
"If I was gonna be gay, that would've been the moment."
As a master drag queen and host of the popular drag competition show RuPaul’s Drag Race, RuPaul makes his living working on a stage. So it was striking to see Mother Ru begin her interview last Friday at the New York Public Library—part of the institution’s excellent LIVE from the NYPL series—on a note of awkwardness. Show More Summary
Behind every successful queen is a good queen, and nowhere is this truer than in the best friendship of RuPaul's Drag Race star Mrs. Kasha Davis (aka Ed Popil) and her real-life best friend Alicia O'Donnell. As Davis sashays her wayShow More Summary
Jasmine was nothing if not a strong presence, and her departure leaves a gap much bigger than her bony frame. You wouldn’t assume that her lasting legacy would be intellectual, but she did manage to deliver humor so subtle that poised, prissy Miss Fame couldn’t grasp it. (Or maybe she just missed the pun because […]
The girls let it all hang out (figuratively) backstage.
Of all the things beginning to define the seventh season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, perhaps the most significant is the sense of scope. Week after week, the series seems to be endeavoring to top itself when it comes to executing the main challenge. The second episode saw the contestants participating... More »
I'm not sure tonight's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race qualifies as a shocking elimination, but it was certainly unexpected. The parody musical challenge really shook up our top performers. Let's have some puns these beats are sick. Check out our...
RuPaul is pissed and people are pissed off at RuPaul! RuPaul’s is pissed because this season of Drag Race has more leaks than a screen door on a submarine and it looks like the hole isn’t getting plugged up any time soon. Folks are even more upset because RuPaul keeps sending the wrong queens home, first with Tempest DuJour and now one the most popular girls from this season.
Imitation is the sincerest form of... something.
Oh, god. Singing drag queens. It happens every season, but that doesn’t make the singing challenge any easier to take. There’s a reason drag queens specialize in lip-syncing, and it’s not because their singing voices are so good that they lure men to their deaths like the sirens of myth. Show More Summary
No one is cooler than the queens of RuPaul's Drag Race, and we've got the pictures to prove it! From Bianca Del Rio to Jinkx Monsoon, we're checking in with our favorite queens.
And don't fk it up!
Trixie Mattel may be famous now but we knew her way back when. Well, since October of 2014 when we first interviewed her. Listen as we test Trixie’s poker face about wether she got on RuPaul's Drag Race and her two month long illness she endured this past summer. Cough Cough.
Things got pretty wild last weekend at Splash in San Jose. RuPaul‘s Drag Race Season 6 star Trinity K Bonet hosted a St. Patrick’s Day bash that featured no shortage of half-naked men. Scroll down for a sampling of the goods and check out the full gallery at GayCities. Photo credit: Marques Daniels
The TRu-umphant RuTurn of RuPaul! Also: Mermaids by Adrian Ryan FRIDAY 3/6 RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE RETURNS: INTRODUCING KANDY HO' Did you feel that rather bitchy disturbance in the Force? Can you smell the lingering odoure of heavy foundation,...Show More Summary
Jasmine Masters was the latest queen to sashay away on RuPaul’s Drag Race this week, but it was after the episode aired that the real […]