‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7’ Announces Top 4 Queens, MAJOR Plot Twist
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RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 is officially down to the nitty gritty. With the end of the season on the rise the top four queens have been announced. Which queen will become the queen of queens? Only time will tell.
The seventh season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars has been filled with amazing queens, fabulous looks, and tough competition. The best of the best have returned and the definitely have not disappointed. Fans can’t wait to see who will be crowned on the final episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7.
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RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 Announces the Top Four Queens
Jadia Essence Hall, Jinkx Monsoon, Monét X Change, Raja, Shea Couleé, The Vivianne, Trinity the Tuck, and Yvie Oddly returned the stage once again for the 11th episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7. Within the episode, the queens competed in the ultimate variety show for their chance to be in the top four. This was a big moment for the returning queens, since this season featured a format lacking eliminations. Instead, queens have gathered legendary legend stars if they won competitions. Ahead of this week’s episode Jinkx Monsoon had the most (four) stars, while Shea Couleé had the least (one).
Before announcing this week’s competition, RuPaul Charles promised the winner an extra customary tip of $10,000, a $30,000 charity donation, and three legendary legend stars. Since winning queens were awarded one star up to this point, the three star formatting seriously twisted up the competition. This totally gave queens the change to redeem themselves late in the competition.
After the intense variety show, Monét X Change and Shea Couleé were announced as the top two queens. Both queens totally slayed the lip sync to “Supernova” by Kylie Minogue, but ultimately Shea Couleé won the grand prize.
The three legendary legend stars brought Monét X Change and Shea Couleé far ahead of their competition. Monét X Change now has the most stars in the compeition with five overall. In the same vein, the winning prize brought Shea Couleé back into the running after having the least amount of legendary legend stars.
The Grand Final Will Feature Two Lip Sync Lalaparuza Smackdowns
After the close competition, Rupaul announced Monét X Change, Shea Couleé, and Jinkx Monsoon as the top three queens. Since Monét X Change had the most legendary legend stars, she decided the fate of Trinity the Tuck and Jadia Essence Hall. After pondering the decision for a moment, Monét X Change decided to pick Trinity the Tuck as the fourth top queen. This move was no surprise since the queens previously shared the crown for RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4. In the next episode, the four queens will battle it out in the Lip Sync Lalaparuza Smackdown for the crown.
Even though Jaida Essence Hall, Raja, The Vivienne, and Yvie Oddly, did not qualify for the Lip Sync Lalaparuza Smackdown for the crown, they will compete in a lip sync battle of their own. While the top four queens compete in the Lip Sync Lalaparuza Smackdown for the crown of queen of queens, the bottom for will compete in the Lip Sync Lalaparuza Smackdown to be crowned as “the queen of she done already done had hers.” The winner of the bottom four lip sync battle will walk away with a prize of $50,000.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 grand final premieres on Paramount+ on Thursday, July 28. Make sure to tune in to see which queen wills “queen of queens” and which queen wins “the queen of she done already done had hers.”