All right, let me just make this one as clear as possible: SPOILERS. SO MANY SPOILERS. So if you haven’t been keeping up with RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars, this one is entirely on you. Okay? Now let’s move on.
To the surprise of, well, no one because the bitch is flawless and she’s been clean-sweeping this season forever now, Chad Michaels was crowned as the all-star season’s winner, and the first ever inductee into the Drag Race Hall of Fame. Honestly, I think anyone could have won and I still would have been 100% happy with the results, but let’s face it: Chad deserved the win the most. Chad has been in the game for over twenty years, she worked long and hard to get to where she is, she’s won the most challenges in the competition, and her Bette Davis just slayed me. Slayed me dead. Congrats, Hunty! May the odds be forever in your favor.
Last night, fans gagged on the glamour as RuPaul announced Chad Michaels as the winner of the first season of “RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race.” RuPaul was assisted at the judge’s table by Michelle Visage and Santino Rice alongside special finale guest judges Beth Ditto and Cheri Oteri as they critiqued the “dragtestants” after a grueling day of challenges that featured an impromptu press conference and a stand-up comedy performance at L.A.’s legendary Comedy Store. Chad Michaels proved to have a leg up on her competition as she beat out all-star finalists Raven, Jujubee and Shannel and strutted away with the crown along with a sickening supply of Mac Cosmetics, a one-of-a-kind trip courtesy of Al and Chuck dot travel, and a cash prize of $100K. Most importantly, Chad Michaels stands as the first queen in “herstory” to earn a spot in the “Drag Race Hall of Fame” – cementing her status as drag royalty. Fans of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” can rejoice as a new season returns to Logo in January 2013.