The Tea Is Spilled: Meet the 14 Queens of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 10
The queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 have been announced – and we’re super excited to see a whole new gaggle of kitty girls we’re not that well acquainted with. That’s all about to change obviously, cause starting March 22 Drag Race season 10 begins on VH1 and we’ll be glued to our TV sets watching the drama unfold.
Some standouts from the lineup include Aquaria, a queen who has already established herself in the nightlife community of New York City. Aquaria has only been doing drag a few years, but Mayhem Miller is a seasoned professional. An icon in the drag community of southern California, she’s the sister of Morgan McMichaels and Raven. Kameron Michaels who hails from Nashville is a thirst trap in her own right. In drag she’s a fishy Barbie doll princess and out of drag he’s a sexy tatted up hunk.
We’re also surprised to see that five of the queens are from New York City. Every year there are a few queens from NYC, but this is a record-breaking number. Joining Aquaria are Monét X Change, Miz Cracker, Yahua Hamasaki and Dusty Ray Bottoms. Aquaria and Miz Cracker look quite a lot like each other in drag, so we’re curious to see how this will play out on our television set.
While there’s a bunch of queens from the Big Apple, there also quite a lot of queens hail who from smaller cities in the United States like Albuquerque, Indianapolis and Junction City.
And one more thing to note: Eureka O’Hara is back! After her season 9 elimination due to an injured knee, RuPaul promised she would bring her back, and sure enough she did.
But enough chit-chat! Let’s show you the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10.
Aquaria (New York, New York)
Known for her expertise in makeup and creative looks, Aquaria is a social media phenomenon, particularly on Instagram. She is Sharon Needles’ drag daughter and goes for high energy dance numbers on stage, with stunts and acrobatics. At 21, she is the youngest queen this season.