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Here are the queens who will compete in RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2

Here are the queens who will compete in RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2

RuPaul ru-veals her queens for All Stars 2

This week needed some good news, and what is more exciting than the official cast list for RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2?

‘The world needs these queens now more than ever,’ declared RuPaul. ‘We take great pride in providing a platform for our all stars to shine bright.

‘Because fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce.’

The new season will begin on 25 August, when the queens will arrive to see who will join Chad Michaels in the Hall of Fame.

RuPaul, Michelle Visage and Carson Kressley return to judge, with Todrick Hall joining the panel. There will be challenges, there will be lip syncs, and there will be Snatch Game.

Adore Delano (Season 6)


This punk queen and American Idol may struggle with sewing, but she slayed the singing and lip syncs.

Alaska (Season 5)


Alaska may have been the runner-up in season 5, but she has proved she is a queen to be reckoned with since the show.

Alyssa Edwards (Season 5) 


This dancing queen may not know what her secret is, but it didn’t matter to the many fans that fell in love with Alyssa’s endlessly gif-able face.

Coco Montrese (Season 5)


The lip sync assassin of season 5, her Cold Hearted Snake still gives us chills. But now the fight is over between Coco and Alyssa, will she now be able to focus on the competition?

Detox (Season 5)


Detox was going through a rough time when she was on the show, and has since said she longed to show what she could do. Now she has her shot, will her double-decker pecker wrecker lips destroy the competition?

Ginger Minj (Season 7)


Tipped for the crown but beaten by Violet’s incredibly tiny waist, Ginger aced the acting challenges. But will she be divine or end up with egg on her face?

Katya (Season 7)


The bisexual transvestite Russian hooker that won all of our hearts with her surreal humor and edgy take on drag. Will she be confident enough to take the crown?

Phi Phi O’Hara (Season 4)


Phi Phi may have been the villain of season 4, but she has since moved past it to become the cosplay Party City queen she always wanted to be. She’s rocking it with her 365 days of drag, but will she be able to let the world see how much she’s grown?

Roxxxy Andrews (Season 5)


Roxxxy spent most of her season targeting Jinkx, and it meant it took her eyes of the competition. But this queen knows her way around drag, and could easily take the prize with her focus and determination.

Tatianna (Season 2)


An early fave returns. Easily the best Britney Spears at Snatch Game (sorry Derrick), Tatianna has become a fierce queen in the six years she’s been away from the screens. She could very easily be saying ‘thank you’ to Ru as she hands her the crown.