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Meet The Cast Of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season 5

Who is back back back again for redemption, and another chance to win the crown?…

It’s been over a year since Trinity the Tuck and Monét X Change won the last season of All Stars, and Drag Race fans are hungry for another season. Who doesn’t love a chance for fan-favourite queens to redeem themselves, and get a second chance at the crown, and that coveted spot in the drag hall of fame? There has been a lot of speculation on whether we would be given another season of All Stars so soon following the last one, but it seems that with a little breathing room, Ru is ready to serve us another group of queens hungry for the crown. Ahead of the June 5 premiere, Ru has released the werk room entrances to announce the queens for this season.

Shea Couleé – Season 9
The first queen in the werk room is none other than the season nine’s Shea. She’s back to redeem herself from losing the crown to Sasha Velour. If everybody’s entrance looks are as sickening as hers, this is going to be a fantastic season.

Miz Cracker – Season 10
The fan favourite from season 10 is back! She’s hoping that her drive for perfection won’t stand in the way of her snatching the crown this time around. Will the pickle costume make a comeback? Only time will tell.

Alexis Mateo – Season 3
Peurto Rico’s queen, and Vanjie’s drag mom Alexis, is back from season three to take the crown with her singing, dancing, and acting skills. She’s a well-rounded queen so watch out.

Blair St Clair – Season 10
The baby-faced queen is in it to win it. Back in season 10, Blair said her desire for everybody to like her stood in the way of giving the competition her all. Now she’s back on the other side of puberty (kind of), and ready for her second chance.

Mariah Balenciaga – Season 3
The queen of many names is here, and we’re prepared to gag on her eleganza. Though on her season she was praised for her looks, she admits Snatch Game was her downfall. We can’t wait to see what she brings to the AS5 stage.

India Ferrah – Season 3
The season three queen served out on the main stage, but unfortunately the thing she’s remembered most for is being lifted by Mimi Imfurst. Let’s hope that the All Stars 5 queens remember that Drag is NOT a contact sport.

Jujubee – Season 2, and All Stars 1
Jujubee was a fan favourite from season two, with one of the best reads in Drag Race herstory. Jujubee made it all the way to the final of both her season, and All Stars 1, but didn’t win. Can she do it again, and win the crown? Will the third time be the charm?

Derrick Barry – Season 8
It’s Britney Derrick, bitch. Las Vegas’s top Britney Spears impersonator is back. In season eight, Derrick was stuck in a Britney box, and didn’t get to show us, or the judges who he really was. Will he be able to escape that Toxic thinking, or will he drive us crazy and hit us one more time with just serving us Britney?

Mayhem Miller – Season 10
While Mayhem isn’t one of the first queens we remember from season 10, she had a lot left to show us, so we’re glad she’s getting a second chance at giving the competition her all.

Ongina – Season 1
Last, but not least we have one of the queens who started it all. Season one’s Ongina is truly still in a league of her own, and she’s back to recreate the magic of the season that started a drag revolution, without the infamous filter. Period.

Who will win that coveted spot in the Drag Race Hall of fame next to Chad, Alaska, Trixie, Monét, and Trinity? The new season of All Stars premieres on June 5 2020. See you there!

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