RuPaul's Drag Race announces All-Stars cast full of winners. (Image: VH1)

'Drag Race All-Stars' Season 7 Hosts an All-Winners cast

In another historic announcement, RuPaul’s Drag Race revealed that the upcoming Season 7 of “All-Stars” will feature a complete cast of past winners. 

That’s right, all eight contestants have been crowned winners in their previous season. However, this time around the stakes have been raised and each will be competing for a cash prize of $200,000 and the title of “Queen of All Queens.”

From a pair of queens who tied to a fierce international winner, meet all the “Drag Race” royalty returning to the workroom for another go at the coveted crown!



Jaida Essence Hall (Season 12)



While the COVID-19 pandemic put a damper on many of our plans, it really put a brake on the celebration for Jaida Essence Hall, who had just come off from winning season 12 of the series. Hopefully, we get to see Jaida prevail again and finally get the recognition she deserves!

Jinkx Monsoon (Season 5)



Jinkx was a fan favorite during her season 5 run. Not only did her quirky personality win the heart of viewers but she surprised everyone with her hilarious acting chops. No doubt this competition and drama will be “water off a duck's back” for this seasoned queen. However, only time will tell if Monsoon season is upon us yet again.

Monét X Change (AS Season 4)



Another fan fave during her All-Stars season was Miss Monét. Many fans felt she was snubbed of an official win when RuPaul announced the first-ever tie at the end of season 4. Monet takes to the runway yet again, only one will be crowned the winner. 

Raja (Season 3)



Currently, the first and only Asian American winner of “Drag Race” in the U.S. Raja is here to slay the competition once again. While Raja is a stunning drag artist, she’s also worked as a makeup artist –even working alongside Pamela Anderson, Adam Lambert, and Iman on “America’s Next Top Model.” Not to mention Raja is this season’s Drag Society reigning queen! Safe to say, this queen is truly a force to be reckoned with. 

Shea Couleé (AS Season 5)



No introduction is needed. Shea Couleé proved to be a powerhouse among the All-Stars season 5 cast. Shea’s memorable lip-sync performances and couture-ready runway garments made her a constant threat during her seasons. Two things we will surely see come to play during the upcoming competition.

Trinity the Tuck (AS Season 4)



 It seems like sharing the All-Stars season 4 wins wasn’t enough for Trinity the Tuck. Now, she wants the title all for herself– and rightfully so. After all, Trinity is a true talent, winning a total of four maxi challenges during her original run. Can she secure another All-Stars win? 

The Vivienne (UK Season 1)



The only UK queen this season, The Vivienne is back to represent! Armed with her comedic skills and dazzling stage presence, you know she’s about to shake up the competition. After beating out stiff rivals like frontrunners Divina De Campo and Baga Chipz, The Vivienne has come back to prove that this British queen does it best. 

Yvie Oddly (Season 11)



Just as her name suggests, Yvie Oddly refuses to do things the “traditional way” which is why she is so adored by her fans! In true Yvie fashion, she comes to play with plenty of tricks up her sleeve. From her energetic lip-syncs to her diverse runway looks, Yvie proves she is a top competitor to beat this season. 

When to catch the new season

“All-Stars” Season 7 debuts with a two-part premiere on Paramount+ on May 20. Fans will get an exclusive look at the upcoming season in an extended preview airing during the Season 14 finale of “Drag Race” on April 22. 

Let us know which queen you are rooting for in the comments down below!

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