Previously on All Stars: Monique Heart emerged as a winner, baby. Valentina got the keys to her own little world and officially moved in. And Latrice Royale got complacent and was sent home for not doing enough.
The queens return to discuss this crazy turn of events. Monique Heart made a tough choice to send Latrice home and save Monét X Change, who had arguably been doing better. Manila Luzon is a tearful wreck over being unable to save her friend.
The drama of it all.
Previously on All Stars: Monique Heart had trouble keeping her damn wig on. Latrice Royale got distracted by romper room fuckery again. Manila Luzon considered taking out her strongest competition. And stunning shady queen Gia Gunn sashayed away.
The queens get back to the werk room and discuss Gia. Everyone’s trying to be polite because let’s be real, most of them couldn’t fucking stand her anymore.
Previously on All Stars: Gia Gunn brought the motherfucking drama to the competition and amped everything up for the cameras like nobody’s business. Valentina emerged as a total frontrunner who would be very hard to take down. And poor whiny Farrah Moan was sent home after being up for elimination two weeks in a row.
The queens ruturn to the werk room after Farrah’s exit to shoot the shit. Valentina says she couldn’t give Farrah a third chance to redeem herself and it was her time to go.
Previously on All Stars: All Stars 1 alums Manila Luzon and Latrice Royale joined this year’s returning queens. Farrah Moan slipped and fell during her number, to the great amusement of Gia Gunn. Monique Heart took her wig off—AGAIN—during a lip-sync, which… girl. No. In the end, our beloved Jasmine Masters was sent home for being thoroughly unprepared.
The queens come back for the first All Stars 4 mourning session, celebrating the legend that is Queen Jush. Trinity The Tuck is asked how she feels about sending a queen home, and she gets a little emotional, saying it’s far from an easy thing to do.
Welcome back, hennies! It’s time for All Stars 4 and I am so excited. Let’s get into this gig!
We start off with a little intro from RuPaul about searching the far reaches of the universe for her most legendary childrenses.
We get a comic book-y shot of our current All Star hall of fame: Chad Michaels, Alaska Thunderfuck, and Trixie Mattel.
Hoe, hoe, hoe. Let’s get this Christmas roast a-cookin’! It’s time for the RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular! Try explaining THAT title to the straights.
Show of hands—who’s excited for the Drag Race Christmas Special?! I don’t know about you, but I cannot wait to have Eureka back on our screens.
So. Very. Excited.
Oh, who am I kidding.
Anyway, before we get to the X-mas-palooza, it’s time to ruveal the ten queens chosen to compete in the next sickening round of All Stars, henny! Hope you’re ready to laugh at my opinions. Let’s do this!
It’s time for the grand finale! We start off with a “She done already done had herses” message from RuPaul celebrating the show’s tenth anniversary.
Well hey there, hennies! Have you been enjoying this season as much as I have? It’s been a rollercoaster, that much is clear—but the resounding impression I am leaving this season with is that nearly every queen in this year’s competition (except for Serena) has been an absolute superstar. All Stars is just waiting to snatch these girls right back up.
But in the meanwhile, I’d like to take a look back at my first impressions of these ladies—some accurate, some terribly, humiliatingly wrong. Are we ready to make fun of me?! Let’s go over these queens, my original take on them, and their most memorable lewks and moments!
Previously on Drag Race: Vanessa Vanjie Mateo vanjied her way into our hearts. The Vixen came to fight, and girl did she get what she wanted. Kameron Michaels had the overall presence of a goldfish (but like a really pretty one). And Asia O’Hara struggled between being a fierce competitor and being kind to her sisters.
It’s time for the reunion, hennies! Are you ready for this scalding hot T? I’m not.
We start off immediately with all the queens sitting together, ready to get into it. I wish they’d let us get a look at their full outfits before they all sat down but okay werk.