“RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” season six, Episode 12 is here, and it’s the finale. The new top four queens compete one last time for a chance to win the crown as the ultimate all-star, win $100,000, and be inducted into the Drag Hall of Fame. Here’s all the info you need to know to watch:
What is season six about:
Here’s the synopsis of “All Stars,” according to Rotten Tomatoes: “The highly anticipated new season is bringing back 13 fabulous queens to vie for a spot in the “Drag Race Hall of Fame” and a cash prize of $100,000.”
SPOILERS!!! What has happened so far:
According to Rotten Tomatoes, the synopsis of episode one titled “All Stars Variety Exstraganza” of season six is: “The Queens of ‘All Stars 6′ are back to compete for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. To kick off the competition, the dolls showcase their best talents on the Main Stage. Plus, the iconic Miss Piggy pops by to prove that reading IS fundamental.”
Serena ChaCha, who originally competed on season five of “RPDR,” was eliminated. Yara Sofia was the challenge winner. Every challenge winner goes up against a lip-sync assassin who’s not competing on the season. The winner of the lip-sync determines who goes home, as both the queens and the winning queen determine which of the bottom two queens goes home. If the challenge winner loses the lip-sync, the group vote wins and the winning lip-sync assassin announces who the group voted for. Yara lost the lip-sync to Coco Montrese. While Yara chooses Trinity K. Bonet, the group choose Serena ChaCha.
Without giving too much away, here’s the synopsis of episode two titled “The Blue Ball”: “The All Stars storm the runway in their bold and blue-tiful best – in the Blue Ball! Guest Judge Big Freedia helps decide whose design will earn a blue ribbon.”
Jiggly Caliente went home on the second episode, while Ra’Jah O’Hara won the challenge. Ra’Jah lip-synced against lip-sync assassin Brooke Lynn Hytes. Ra’Jah won the lip-sync too. It was revealed both the winner Ra’Jah and the group picked Jiggly Caliente.
In episode three titled “Side Hustles”: “Even the best queen needs a side hustle, so the ‘All Stars’ must create commercials to sell their services. Tia Mowry joins as guest judge.”
Trinity K. Bonet won the challenge and lip-synced against the assassin Laganja Estranja. Laganja won the lip-sync and it was revealed the group was sending Silky Nutmeg Ganache home.
In episode four titled “Halftime Headliners”: “Fireworks fly as the All Stars celebrate and impersonate their favorite divas in an epic halftime show. Jamal Sims whips the dolls into shape as guest choreographer and judge.”
Jan won the main challenge and lip-synced against the assassin Jessica Wild who won the lip-sync. The queens voted Yara Sofia to go home.
In episode five titled “Pink Table Talk”: “The All Stars serve up piping hot tea as hosts of an up close and personal talk show, Pink Table Talk. Guest Judge Aisha Tyler stops by to join the kiki.”
Ginger Minj won the main challenge and won the lip-sync to Lizzo’s “Phone” against the week’s assassin Mayhem Miller. Scarlet Envy, Jan, and Kylie Sonique Love were in the bottom three. Ginger sent home Scarlet.
In episode six titled “Rumerican Horror Story: Coven Girls” “Who is the baddest witch of all? Find out as the All Stars showcase their acting chops in this spooky spoof. Superstar Angela Bassett offers bewitching advice, and Guest Judge Emma Roberts stops by to cast a spell of her own.”
Kylie Sonique Love won the main challenge and won the lip-sync to Christina Aguilera’s “Dirrty” against the week’s assassin Manila Luzon. A’keria Davenport and Ra’Jah O’Hara were in the bottom two. Kylie sent home A’keria.
In episode seven titled “Show Up Queen,” here’s what happens: “Drag and activism come together as the All Stars record and perform an inspiring anthem: “Show Up Queen!” Designer extraordinaire Zaldy brings his eye for fashion to the judging panel.”
Trinity K. Bonet won the main challenge but lost the lip-sync to returning assassin Alexis Mateo, performing Jennifer Lopez’s “Dance Again.” Pandora Boxx and Jan were in the bottom two. With Mateo winning the lip sync, she reveals there’s a tie. The week’s main challenge “All-Star” winner must break the tie. Hence, the decision returns to Trinity who reveals she voted for Jan to be sent home.
In episode eight titled “Snatch Game of Love,” here’s what happens: “The All Stars serve up their best celebrity impressions in a dating show version of the Snatch Game; guest judges Fortune Feimster and Cheyenne Jackson search for their perfect snatch match; designer Ms. Tina Knowles-Lawson joins on the mainstage.”
Ginger Minj won the main challenge and the lip-sync to Sheena Easton’s “Sugar Walls” against returning assassin Heidi N. Closet. Pandora Boxx and Trinity K. Bonet were in the bottom two this week. With Ginger winning the main challenge and lip-sync, she revealed she voted for Pandora to be eliminated, sending her home.
In episode nine titled “Drag Tots,” here’s what happens: “The All Stars serve up their best celebrity impressions in a dating show version of the Snatch Game; guest judges Fortune Feimster and Cheyenne Jackson search for their perfect snatch match; designer Ms. Tina Knowles-Lawson joins on the mainstage.”
Ra’Jah O’Hara won the main challenge and lip-synced to Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” against returning lip-sync assassin Kameron Michaels. Michaels won the lip-sync and revealed the group voted for Eureka! to be eliminated.
In episode 10 titled “Rudemption Lip-Sync Smackdown,” here’s what happens: “The eliminated queens are back to compete in an epic Lip Sync Smackdown and a chance to return to the competition.”
While Jiggly Caliente won the first round lip-sync against Serena ChaCha in order to return to the competition, Silky Nutmeg Ganache beats Jiggly in round two and continues to knock out the other eliminated queens round after round until reaching Eureka! The top two eliminated queens lip-sync against each other in hopes to return to the competition. Hence, episode 11 will reveal who won that lip-sync and returns to the compete.
In episode 11 titled “The Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent Monologues,” here’s what happens: “The All Stars take the stage to share hilarious true stories in a performance challenge that decides who makes it to the Grand Finale.”
It was revealed Eureka! rejoined the competition at the beginning of episode 11, turning the top four into the top five. Eureka! also won the main challenge and lip-synced against season 12 winner/lip-sync assassin Jaida Essence Hall to Lil Richard’s “Good Golly, Miss Molly.” The lip-sync is a tie, and it’s revealed Eureka! and the rest of the queens both chose to send Trinity K. Bonet home.
Watch the lip-sync below:
Who are the queens still in the competition at the start of episode 12?
- Ra’Jah O’Hara
- Kylie Sonique Love
- Ginger Minj
What’s coming up on episode 12:
The top four queens must write, record, and perform a verse to RuPaul and Tanya Tucker’s new bop “This is Our Country.”
Want to watch a sneak peek of episode 12, season six? Here ya go!
How to watch:
Episode 12 premiered on Thursday, Sept. 2 on the new streaming platform Paramount Plus. The streaming service can be purchased for $4.99 monthly for the most basic plan. The basic plan costs $49.99 for the annual route.
The plan includes:
• Tens of thousands of episodes & movies
• NFL on CBS & Champions League live
• Limited ads
• 24/7 national news
The next level costs $9.99 monthly and $99.99 annually. The plan includes:
• Tens of thousands of episodes & movies
• NFL on CBS, top soccer & more sports
• No ads except live TV & a few shows
• 24/7 local & national news
• Your local CBS station live
• Download your shows to watch later
New episodes will continue to come out on Thursdays on the streaming services at midnight.