Drag Race All Stars 6 line-up leaks and hold on to your wigs – because it’s going to be a wild ride

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The RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 6 cast has leaked in a set of promo pictures, and hold onto your wigs because it’s gearing up to be an amazing season.

The official Drag Race Twitter page has confirmed that the All Stars 6 cast will be unveiled Wednesday (26 May) at 1pm ET/6pm BST.

But the words stable, door, horse and bolted spring to mind, because leaked promo pictures have already confirmed which 13 queens will be returning to the fold.

Needless to say: it’s a gag-worthy line-up that includes loads of talent from across the Drag Race family.

Without further ado, here’s the leaked Drag Race All Stars 6 cast.

A’keria Chanel Davenport

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Texas-born A’keria came in third/fourth place on season 11 of Drag Race and is a member of the house of Davenport. She has won several national titles in drag pageantry including Miss Black Universe in 2017.

Eureka O’Hara

The self-proclaimed “Elephant Queen” competed on both seasons nine and 10 of Drag Race and fronted HBO’s groundbreaking We’re Here with season eight winner Bob the Drag Queen and All Stars 3 finalist Shangela.

Eureka is non-binary – she lived as a trans woman for several years – and according to an Advocate interview in 2019, they’re comfortable using “all” pronouns.

Ginger Minj

Actor and reality TV personality Ginger Minj was the runner-up on the seventh season of Drag Race and appeared in All Stars 2, where she came in eighth place. Since appearing on Drag Race, Ginger has released a couple of albums and even voiced the character Lemon Chiffon in the 2018 Netflix series Super Drags.


New York City drag performer Jan came in eighth place on season 12 of Drag Race. Jan has also shown off her musical talents after appearing on both The Voice and America’s Got Talent, proving she’s a seasoned performer.

Jiggly Caliente

Drag Race season four’s Jiggly Caliente is slated to return for the upcoming All Stars season. Jiggly came in eighth on her season and wowed fans. She’s also known for her recurring role as Veronica on the FX series Pose.

Pandora Boxx

Comedian and actor Pandora Boxx is no stranger to the Drag Race franchise. She competed in the second season of Drag Race, returned for the first season of All Stars and appeared on three seasons of the spin-off series Drag U.

Ra’Jah O’Hara

Artist and entertainer Ra’Jah made a name for herself as the lip-sync assassin of Drag Race‘s season 11 before being eliminated in episode seven. Ra’Jah told Billboard that she was “really excited” to show off her lip-syncing ability, but she said having “that reputation on the show is not fun”.

Scarlet Envy

Also appearing in season 11, Scarlet came in 10th place after being sent home by Ra’Jah. She was a fan favourite and served up fierce looks alongside her joyful attitude.

Serena ChaCha

The Panamanian queen was the youngest contestant on Drag Race season five, which she joined shortly after graduating from art school. She was the second contestant to be eliminated on the season

Silky Ganache

The final queen from season 11 to appear on the upcoming season of All Stars is Silky Ganache. She has competed in numerous pageants and has worked with multiple music stars including Iggy Azalea and Lizzo.


The leaked images reveal that Kylie Sonique Love may be returning to the Drag Race universe after appearing on the second season of the show. She also made Drag Race herstory as the first queen to come out as trans on the show, during the season two reunion episode, paving the way for more trans inclusion in the series.

Trinity K Bonet

Season six’s Trinity K Bonet wowed Drag Race fans with her fierce lip sync performances. She also sparked a much-needed conversation around HIV when she spoke about her positive status on the show.

Yara Sofia

Puerto Rican drag artist Yara Sophia also starred in Drag Race season six, coming in fourth place. She also became the third Miss Congeniality in the show’s history. The gorgeous queen also competed on the first seasons of All Stars in which she came in fifth/sixth place.

The upcoming series will be available through streaming service Paramount Plus in the US and you can find out more and sign up via paramountplus.com.

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