Just in case you missed it, RuPaul’s Drag Race has returned with its fourth installment of All Stars last week. The premiere was nothing short of sickening with gagworthy looks and piping hot tea, but waiting for an entire week to get another episode won’t do if you’re just starting to get into the holi-slay spirit, isn’t it?
Worry not, hennies. Here’s a list of web series starring some of our favorite RPDR alumni for your fix on everything drag:
Probably one of the most successful YouTube series produced by World of Wonder Productions, UNHhhh is a show hosted by RPDR season 7’s Katya Zamolodchikova and Trixie Mattel. A lot of its content references Drag Race happenings, trends, and a whole lot of Contact — because it’s their show, not ours. It’s become so popular that it got them a full-blown TV spot with The Trixie & Katya Show at Vice.
True to its theme tune, Hey Qween! really is your old-fashioned kiki (talk/chit-chat). Jonny McGovern and Lady Red Couture interview LGBTQA+ guests in basically the “gayest talk show of all time.”
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Season 10’s Miz Cracker makes commentaries on RPDR episodes, which she always claims is done in good fun. She also makes videos about doing “normal stuff” in drag and has posted a variety of talks she did from when she started her channel four years ago.
Fashion Photo RuView
Fashion Photo RuView is a long-running web series with RPDR season 3 winner Raja and season 2 and All Stars 1 runner-up Raven. They “toot” (good) and “boot” (bad) fashion choices in the current season of the competition. Sometimes, they even throw in a “shoot” (great) here and there if the looks are to die for. Think of it as the drag version of Fashion Police, which is a whole lot entertaining, really.
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