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Cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 9: Meet the Queens

From Roxxy Andrews to Plastique Tiara to Nina West, there’s no clear winner in this season’s lineup of All-Stars.

It’s time for perhaps everyone’s favorite series within the RDPR franchise: All Stars!

This is the moment when queens from previous seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race who didn’t walk away with the win get the chance to compete for the crown again.

For the ninth season, eight queens (none from season 16) are back for more and competing for a charity of their choice.

Without further ado, here’s the full lineup and which season you might recognize them from.

Angeria Paris VanMicheals

Making her mark in Season 14, Angeria returns to our TV screens and is looking to pull out the win this time.

Jorgeous

Speaking of the fourteenth season, Jorgeous was also one of the many queens of that season and was eliminated before reaching the finals.

Shannel

Not only is Shannel an OG cast member from the premiere season of RPDR, but she was also one of the first queens to star in the All-Stars. Is the third time the charm?

Roxxxy Andrews

Roxxxy made a cameo appearance in All Stars Season 5 as a production-proclaimed lip-sync killer. Needless to say, every lip sync they get into is a must-watch.

Gottmik

Gottmik made it to the season 13 finale and made history as the first trans man to compete in the competition.

Vanessa Vanjie Mateo

Another lip-sync killer is Miss Vanjie, who stands up there as a queen who has made the most appearances in seasons over the years.

Plastic tiara

Plastique’s journey in season 11 was cut short due to her lip sync loss against Miss Vanjie. Will this spark an All-Stars rivalry between the two?

Nina West

Last but certainly not least is former Miss Congeniality Nina West. Will Nina still be called the nicest of the group this time around, or will this season usher in the Queen’s era of villainy?

As you can see, the lineup is dynamic this season, to the point where there’s really no telling who will win. Season 9 premieres May 17, only on Paramount+.