The newest Ru girls are ready to bring it to the runway serving you the fiercest season yet. Some you may recognize from our Grande Dame posts, and others I thought should get on- did! Who would have thought 10 seasons later we'd still be watching queens in a drag show? It's great that the show is so highly rated, and seeing people embrace the show. One of the queens was only 11 when the show premiered....that's enough to make you feel old!!!! Season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race premieres Thursday March 22nd at 8 on VH1.....
AND NOW THE QUEENS for consideration.
AND NOW THE QUEENS for consideration.
Aquarius’s are known to be unpredictable, but Aquaria? Girls, she is that and then some. This high energy, high fashion, high maintenance New York/Philadelphia based queen is here to become the superstar of season 10. This is the baby..but she is also Sharon Needles' drag daughter and having seen her perform last year....POLISHED AND performance ready. She should place very high in top 5, dare I say either #2 or the winner.
Texas is back in a big way on season 10. Asia O’Hara can do it all. She is an ever changing, drag chameleon that is ready to put in the w-e-r-k that will get her the crown.A formidable competitor on the pageant circuit, Asia won Miss Gay America the first time she entered. Multi-talented Asia has a costuming business on the side designing for color guard teams and ice skaters. I think she will be a top 4.
All the way from Indianapolis, please welcome to the competition, Blair St. Clair! Can season 10 handle this triple threat, old Hollywood inspired queen?Blair plans to sing, dance and act her way across the finish line of the competition. I think she has a great look, but I see a early depart or mid way queen here.
Self-described as dark, glamorous and trashy, Dusty Ray Bottoms defies categorization. I describe Dusty as Acid Betty meets Milk. Look for the punky queen with the signature dotty-faced makeup, to add some fun moments. A Kentucky native who moved to the Big Apple to pursue acting, Dusty channeled his desire to perform into drag.Dusty could go either way, but should be a mid girl, or worst a early departure.
She’s back! Season 9’s Southern belle departed way too soon after injuring her knee, but Eureka o' Hara is back following knee surgery and is still P.H.A.T, pretty hot and tasty... and hungrier than ever to prove herself. I really grew to like her in her season, and I would love to see her win for a big girl, but I still don't see a win here.
Kalorie Karbdashian Williams' infectious giggle might be the first thing to enter a room, but it’s her gravity-defying ass that catches all eyes as she leaves. This twerk queen proudly flaunts her curvaceous body in a daring, sexy dance performance. This Albuquerque native is a sweet as can be... but not sure about this one. I see a early to first departure for this queen.
This muscle Barbie, Kameron Michaels, from Nashville is a chameleon queen with a fishy face and a built bod.You’re equally as likely to find this tattooed muscle queen down at the gym pumping iron as you are to find her performing at her local drag bar in Nashville. Deliberately exuding strength and beauty. As much as I'd like to see a win...his lip synchs and dances are strong and on point, but the acting challenges worry me, so I see a top 7 queen here.
Let the mayhem begin!!!!! I have touted this one for some time to make it on the show. Mayhem Miller enters the competition with big expectations as the sister of “Drag Race” alumni like Raven, Morgan McMichaels, Delta and Detox. Mayhem dazzles her WeHo audiences with polish and sass. I see a top queen here, but not sure top 4. But the name !!!!
This NYC comedy queen comes from Drag royalty. The daughter of Bob The Drag Queen, but is much more polished then Bob, Miz Cracker’s wit will slay the competition and she’ll look good doing it. Pretty and witty, Miz Cracker captures you with her beauty and then surprises you with the belly laughs. Having seen her several times, I hope to see a top 3 here. I dare say I'm team Cracker for the should win, but probably won't!!!
Monet X Change blurs the lines between comedy performance and New York City grit. A degree in opera performance means she’s the singer of the season, while her bright, colorful street style ensures that all the judges’ eyes will be on her. She will also be the lip syncher to not go up against. She could place top 4 as well.
This creative, well-rounded queen from Kansas City, knows how to do hair and makeup, dance and make an entrance. A devoted Christian, Monique Heart enters the competition hungrier than most to win and with a promise to live up to her moniker as the “Heart of Season 10.”
Hailing from Chicago’s South Side, The Vixen combines elements of political art and protest into her performances. This vocal woke queen brings both activism and fire to the stage — and is not about to take on her competition lying down. But is this the place for that?
Get these cookies, baby! “Drag Race” Season 3 and “All Stars” Season 1 star Alexis Mateo’s drag daughter, Miss Vannnnnnjie...or Vanessa Vanjie Mateo brings electricity to the stage with her high-energy dance performances and winning personality. But will that be enough for a win? I see a early departed.
Originally hailing from China, Yuhua Hamasaki moved to Manhattan’s Chinatown when she was 7. She is futuristic, fiery and a fierce bombshell. Now a sickening seamstress by day and a hard-working queen by night, Yuhua regularly sews gowns for New York royalty like Peppermint. She could be the dark horse to watch for.
Get to know the queens...
Go ahead henny's... who do you like, and what's your guess for a win? This is quite an assemblage of queens, I'll say that.