All Stars 6 Cast Extravaganza

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Can you believe it’s already time for the sixth season of All Stars? It feels like just yesterday we crowned the fantastic Shea Couleé, but we’re fully ready to strap ourselves in for another round!

Let’s have a closer look at this years stunning cast then shall we?


A’keria C. Davenport

Original season: 11
Placement: Top 4
Previous wins: 2
Instagram: Mizakeriachanel

The body is definitely back! In season 11 we got a mixture of comedy, pageantry and a big dollop of shade from this fabulous diva and we’re fully expecting a second dose for all stars. Let’s see if A’Keria can twerk her way straight to the top for a second time shall we?

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Eureka!

Original seasons: 9/10
Placement: Left/Top 3
Previous wins: 2
Instagram: Eurekaohara

Is anybody at all surprised that the elephant queen is making a comeback this season? After rising from the ashes following the knee injury, Eureka brought the drama and hilarity on season 10, receiving a lot praise along the way. Let’s see if she can grab our attention again.

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Ginger Minj

Original seasons: 7/All stars 2
Placement: Top 3/8th
Previous wins: 3
Instagram: Gingerminj

We truly believe that this third chance is deserved cos let’s be honest, All Stars 2 was basically a re-run of season 5 (a fantastic one at that) so really this is more of a second attempt. Our loveable glamour toad is no doubt going to return with a fire under her padded ass and we fully expect to see a much better all stars run this time around.

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Jan

Original season: 12
Placement: 7th
Previous wins: 0 (Robbed)
Instagram: Janjanjan

Of course we’re going to be feeling the Jantasy again, this came as no surprise! After being consistently great, regularly robbed and abusing the shade button it’s only right that Jan is back for all stars. We can’t wait to see rusical round 2, more amazing fashion and hopefully some great memes.

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Jiggly Caliente

Original season: 4
Placement: 8th
Previous wins: 0
Instagram: Jigglycalienteofficial

We absolutely fell in love with this plus-sized barbie way back in 2012 and despite never snatching a win, she stole our hearts with that personality. Now a proud trans woman, we feel that Jiggly will come back with increased confidence, a beautiful story and some fierce fashion moments.

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Kylie Sonique Love

Original season: 2
Placement: 9th
Previous wins: 0
Instagram: Xosonique

It has been 11 long years since Sonique first competed on drag race and if you want to know the definition of a glow up, look no further. Singer, dancer, fashionista and truly loveable person surely make for a great run right? Let’s see if our second trans icon of the season can take home the crown.

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Pandora Boxx

Original season: 2/All stars 1
Placement: 5th/11/12th
Previous wins: 0 (Miss Congeniality)
Instagram: Pandoraboxx

This queen right here couldn’t deserve another chance more after her fabulous first run and being done over in the season we don’t mention. Pandora is one of those well rounded queens that is easy to root for and we expect great things. Power to you mama, we’re ready for it!

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Ra’Jah O’Hara

Original season: 11
Placement: 9th
Previous wins: 0
Instagram: Therajahoharashow

It’s safe to say that we expect a mighty redemption arc when it comes to Ra’Jah. She brought the drama but unfortunately wasn’t a hit on the runway. We get the feeling she’s about to come back stronger, more focused and prove to the world the she’s a star.
(Literally with that promo look).

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Scarlet Envy

Original season: 11
Placement: 10th
Previous wins: 1
Instagram: Scarletenvy

After entertaining us with a combination or delusion, hilarity and being straight up trade we’re happy to see Scarlet back for more. We still think her efforts in the Olympics challenge deserved better so it’s exciting to see what she’ll bring. One thing is for sure, this diva won’t play around!

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Serena ChaCha

Original season: 5
Placement: 13th
Previous wins: 2
Instagram: Myron.morgan

Now this will be a shocker for anyone who hasn’t followed Serena after her season, but not for loyal fans. Going out second may not initially scream all star, but this queen has developed so much since 2013 and has killed it in the real world. Don’t be counting Ms ChaCha out, trust.

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Silky Nutmeg Ganache

Original season: 11
Placement: Top 4
Previous wins: 2
Instagram: Silkyganache

Attitude check! It’s not surprise to see Silky back, she had a good run and Ru was very clearly fond of her during season 11. We know she can bring the drama and cause us to laugh our sides off so we’re intrigued to see what else this queen brings. Are ya’ll ready for the Silky Show 2.0?

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Trinity K. Bonet

Original season: 6
Placement: 7th
Previous wins: 0 (Lip-sync Assassin)
Instagram: Trinitykbonet

Honestly, we thought this queen would have already been back so we’re very happy to finally see her on all stars. Trinity has done very well follow season 6 and definitely elevated her drag. With more experience under her belt, refreshed confidence and a long break – can she take the crown?

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Yara Sofia

Original season: 3/All Stars 1
Placement: 4th/5/6th
Previous wins: 2
Instagram: Yarasofiapr

Needless to say it’s well deserved that Yara is getting another chance. She did well on both of her previous seasons but again, let’s not count All Stars 1. This right here is a passionate little fireball who works the runway, makes us laugh and knows how to throw shade – echa pa’lante!

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So there you have it, the official line-up for All Stars 6 and yes, it’s quite a mix of seasons!

If the stunning promo images aren’t enough, how about a bit of meet the queens action?

Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars 6 premiers on June 24th via Paramount Plus

Racers start your engines, and may the best all star win!

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