Revealed: The Queens of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ S7!

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We're getting close to the end of the year, which means that along with the holidays, year-end recaps, and the sudden realization that time is passing and nothing you do can stop it, it's time to reveal the queens for the new (7th!) season of RuPaul's Drag Race! Ladies, break out your white mini-dresses and your jorts, because it's time to impress judgmental internet bitches. Via NewNowNext ... Ginger Minj - 29, Orlando, Florida A MORE

Willam, Alaska and Courtney Act for American Apparel

Willam, Alaska and Courtney Act for American Apparel

If you haven't already seen it, American Apparel recently launched a line of t-shirts featuring Willam Belli, Alaska (Thunderfuck) and Courtney Act - all alums from RuPaul's Drag Race. Obviously, this is a targeted ad campaign meant to make every gay boy and girl in the world cough up their wallets to Dov Charney but I don't care. DRAG QUEEN T-SHIRTS–YAY! Plus it also gave the girls an excuse to come together for a brand-new song, so this is MORE

See NPH’s face-humping performance at the Tony Awards

Neil Patrick HArris

In case you haven't heard, the 2014 Tony Awards were last night honoring the best of Broadway, and just like the Oscars, a bunch of critically-acclaimed shows you didn't see won. Anyway, the big winners last night were Audra McDonald, the revivals of A Raisin In The Sun and Hedwig and the Angry Inch, plus the musical A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder and the play All The Way. Which brings me to this rousing drag performance by Neil Patrick MORE

Watch Adore Delano’s “I Adore U” music video!

Adore Delano

Good news, everyone! (Bonus points if you read that in a Hubert J. Farnsworth voice.) Drag Race alum Adore Delano's full-length debut album, Till Death Do Us Party (iTunes), is out today, and it's already hit number one on iTunes' dance charts! So SUCK IT, DEADMAU5. Anyway, to celebrate, here's the brand-new music video for her new single "I Adore U." Party on! MORE

And the winner of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ S6 is …

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Needless to say, there are going to be spoilers here, and since the first paragraph is posted on our main page, I'm just going to rattle off a bunch of nothing to make sure the name is hidden. So ... how are you? I'm pretty good here. Started learning how to bootblack, and I'm getting pretty good at it. I can do polish AND grease boots now. It's actually a lot of fun! You should try it sometime. It's neat. All right, have I dug far enough into MORE

It’s the music video for RuPaul’s “Sissy That Walk”

RuPaul "Sissy That Walk"

Last night was the RuPaul's Drag Race season six recap, which means no T or Shade today about the queens. What we do have is the music video for RuPaul's latest single "Sissy That Walk," which involves Adore Delano, Bianca Del Rio, Courtney Act and Darienne Lake doing a lot of walking. And then they walk some more. And then the Pit Crew takes off their clothes and they walk to. This is without a doubt the best cardio song ever. PS Make sure to MORE

All T, All Shade: Who will win RuPaul’s Drag Race S6?

RuPaul's Drag Race

What the what? How did this happen? How are we already down to the final three on RuPaul's Drag Race? Crap that went by fast. Anyway, Darienne Lake went home last night, which means our final three is Adore Delano, Bianca Del Rio, and Courtney Act. Who stands the best chance of winning? Well, let's break it down for a bitch ... Adore Delano Why she could win: Out of all the queens, Adore has shown the most improvement while still MORE

All T, All Shade: The Glitter Ball

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Ugh ... let's just get to it. The less said about what happened last night on RuPaul's Drag Race, the better. The girls had to create outfits bedazzled in crystals and stones and whatever. Let's just see who won and who lost. Adore Delano [Winner] Literally the only part of last night I agree with. Adore won, and my gawd did she ever earn it. For someone who didn't know how to sew in the first challenge, she really turned it around, for MORE

All T, All Shade: Drag My Wedding

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka

Quick word: Yes, I missed last week's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. If you want my opinion on it, just imagine me cringing for twenty straight minutes. Anyway, here comes this week's recap for 'Drag My Wedding,' which saw the queens turning grooms into brides for a mass wedding onstage. Which queens lived happily ever after, and which queens consciously uncoupled? Well ... Adore Delano [Bottom 2] Look, we all knew Adore isn't much of a MORE

All T, All Shade: The Mid-Term Grading Edition

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So, two episodes back-to-back of RuPaul's Drag Race, huh? To be honest, I wasn't sure how to handle this, so I'm just going to scrap the recapping thing for this week and take a look at how the queens have done thus far and what they need to change to make it to the finale ... ADORE DELANO PROS Despite a rocky start, Adore is quickly setting herself up as a potential winner. True, she may not be as polished as some of the other queens, MORE

All T, All Shade: Oh No She Betta Don’t!

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Considering how the musical challenges on the show have ranged from punk rock, to cabaret, to 80's charity ballad and to Broadway, I'm a little amazed that RuPaul's Drag Race has never done a rap challenge. Actually, that's not entirely accurate: They did one in the season one finale, and Alexis Mateo pulled out what Michelle Visage called "The Hannah Montana of Hip-Hop", but there's never really been a challenge specifically devoted to rap. So MORE

All T, All Shade: Snatch Game (S6)

RuPaul's Drag Race

Well, that was fast. Usually, the Snatch Game is held off until there are nine queens, but this year RuPaul's Drag Race threw us a curveball a bit early by bringing out the yearly ritual a little early. Not that I'm complaining: Snatch Game tends to be the challenge that separates the frontrunners from the also-rans, and this year is no different, setting up the three queens most likely to make it to the end while forcing two of this season's MORE

All T, All Shade: SHADE: The Rusical

RuPaul's Drag Race

In a lot of ways, Shade: The Rusical was a lot like last season's Black Swan: Why's It Gotta Be Black. Both were challenges that focused heavily on an objective talent. Both were tailor-made for a contestant with a background in that area. And both ended up eating so much of the running time that they had to cut down on the runway portion of the show. Unlike Black Swan though, last night's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race was a little more balanced MORE

All T, All Shade: Scream Queens

RuPaul's Drag Race

At last! After three episodes, we finally see the girls of RuPaul's Drag Race come together as one whole unit! Except ... not really. Last night, the queens had to split into teams to act out horror movies, and what do you know, they ended up reforming the original teams from the last two weeks. Since I have zero will to go through twelve queens and give them all the same notes, I'll just score each team as a collective unit. So which scream MORE