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The queen of races
Although the premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars is still months away from airing, an announcement this week has revealed that RuPaul’s girls won’t be the only ones fighting for the spotlight on reality TV competition.
The judges chair is set to sparkle with 11 star guests including Rosie Perex, Rachel Dratch, Janice Dickinson, Ross Matthews, Rachel Hunter, Vicki Lawrence, Wendy McClendon-Covey, Elvira, Beth Ditto, Cheri Oteri and Busy Phillips.
All Stars will see 12 of the show’s most popular beauties face off. The girls were announced last week and include Chad Michaels, Yara Sophia, Pandora Boxx, Jujubee, Nina Flowers, Mimi Imfurst, Manila Luzon, Shannel, Alexis Mateo, Tammie Brown, Raven and Latrice Royale.
With the ladies taking their places at the starting line and the guest judges now set, this series of RuPaul’s Drag Race is promising to burn red-hot. Girls, start your engines.