‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Dares to Spill the Tea with Upcoming Reunion Series
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RuPaul’s Drag Race has brought back its previous cast members for a groundbreaking reunion. Brace yourselves because your favorite drag divas will not restrain themselves from spilling all tea during their respective seasons. Here’s everything we know so far.
RuPaul Teases Brand New Spin-Off
With the intent to divulge the series’ unseen dramas, RuPaul’s Drag Race introduces its newest spin-off, Bring Back My Girls. This is a seven-part series which features queens from various international franchises of the show.
Bring Back My Girls was filmed last April at DragCon LA 2022. Essentially, the show presents exclusive panel conversations between the Drag Race cast. The reunion series flaunts juicy reunions of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 12, RuPaul’s Drag Race UK seasons one and two, RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs. the World, Canada’s Drag Race seasons one and two, RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under, and Drag Race Holland seasons one and two. LGBTQIA+ activist Ts Madison will host the series.
Some of the queens that sat in the panel are Blu Hydrangea, Jaida Essence Hall, Lawrence Chaney, The Vivienne, A’Whora, Baga Chipz, Tayce and Tia Kofi. From these queens themselves, fans will be able to hear insider stories and never-been-heard confessions about all things drag.
Bring Back My Girls Engages Live Studio Audience
According to the show’s synopsis, fans must anticipate “drama, fights, laughs, tantrums, tears, and more.” Amazingly, the spin-off involves audience participation. This gives fans the chance to ask the queens shady questions and react to spicy gossips live.
In the teaser, Drag Race Canada star Kimora Amour states, “What you do behind people’s back will come to light and I’m going to continue to read you to filth.”
Additionally, fans will be getting hotter details as the show goes on, with Madison whipping the drama with controversial questions.
“I have a very shady question,” she said in the trailer. “Do you think Ru picked the wrong girl?”
Bring Back My Girls is presented by World of Wonder and RuPaul’s cocktail and mocktail line, House of Love. It will premiere on October 18, 2022, at 7 p.m. exclusively on WOW Presents Plus.
Meanwhile, RuPaul’s Drag Race UK season 4 is currently streaming on BBC Three. Season 5 of the series has been officially confirmed and is presently in the works.