In a season filled with fierce lip-sync battles, sickening runway looks and one of the most shocking eliminations in “Drag Race” history, Trixie Mattel was crowned the season three winner of VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.” Trixie Mattel earned the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” $100,000 cash and joined the coveted “Drag Race Hall of Fame.”
“ConDRAGulations to the unstoppable Trixie Mattel,” said executive producer and host RuPaul. “You have more than earned your place in the ‘Drag Race Hall of Fame.’ And to Kennedy, Shangela and Bebe, you have earned my deepest respect for giving your all and fighting your way to the top. You’re all winners, baby.”
“Thanks World of Wonder, VH1 and RuPaul for featuring us as artists AND as human beings,” said Trixie Mattel. “Thank you to my audience. Being Trixie Mattel for you gives my life a sparkly pink purpose. Thank you to my Grandpa Ed for teaching me to play guitar! And for teaching me that being a performer is 40% how good you are, 60% how good you look doing it. And to quote one of the greats, ‘NOW AVAILABLE ON ITUNES.’”
Fourteen new Queens ready to slay the competition will join RuPaul on Thursday, March 22 for the milestone 10th season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” The season will consist of 90-minute episodes and will be followed by Emmy® Award-nominated after-show “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked”.
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