RuPaul's Drag Race News and Stories

We love to watch RuPaul's Drag Race! In fact, the long-running LOGO TV reality competition hosted by legendary drag queen RuPaul Charles is so great that we've literally watched every episode. We also read the Drag Race subreddit, the show's Facebook page and even its Wikipedia page so we can dish gossip, spill hot tea and read queens to filth year-round — oh yes, hunny. While some fans think RuPaul's Drag Race season 6 was the best (Bianca Del Rio!), we actually love RuPaul's Drag Race season 1 and RuPaul's Drag Race season 4 — how can you not love Ongina and Sharon "Party City" Needles? Meanwhile everyone knows that season 7 was the worst season of Drag Race ever (even though Violet Chachki absolutely slays). We cover the show's influence on pop-culture and other aspects of drag culture (like the 10 best drag queen films of all time) even when Drag Race is off the air; though if you're simply gagging for reruns and extras, you can always watch RuPaul's Drag Race online, though you'll need a cable password to do it.   Drag Race fans, start your engines. And may the best woman win!
Art
This Master Pumpkin Carver Is Behind Some of Our Favorite Gay Halloween Creations

There’s your typical Jack O’Lantern carved to celebrate Halloween, and then there’s the work of this master pumpkin carver

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Why Didn’t Anyone Tell Us About the ‘RuPaw’s Drag Race’ Instagram Account?

If you like kitty cats and drag queens, then you’ll purr for RuPaw’s Drag Race, featuring a cat wearing handmade couture of the show’s fiercest looks

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This Uncensored Spat Between RuPaul and Tammie Brown After ‘Drag Race’ Season 1 Is Bonkers

What they found was a seriously intense spat between Tammie Brown and Mamma Ru herself at the reunion of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 1.

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Drag
In These Dark Times, Bob the Drag Queen Is Here With the Laughs You Need

“I’m really kind of struck at how normal it’s gotten,” says Bob the Drag Queen, referring to this present mindset that the world is seemingly on fire around us. During a phone interview from her home in Washington Heights, Manhattan, she’s discussing her now-typical daily routine. “I’ve been in my[…]

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