Drag Race gets new 'Bring Back My Girls' reunion series

We can expect to see stunning and talented queens from the US, UK, Canada, Holland, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, the Philippines and more!

Photo of RuPaul in drag from the Bring Back My Girls poster
Image: Via Instagram @rupaulofficial

Drag artists and performers from all corners of the world and several eras of RuPaul’s Drag Race are set to unite for a one-of-a-kind series, Bring Back My Girls.

The special drag extravaganza is going to be filmed at DragCon LA 2022 and will feature panels of queens hosted by none other than Drag Race guest judge and Trans trailblazer, TS Madison.

Bring Back My Girls will be made up of seven episodes and cast members from the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Holland editions of Drag Race, as well as season 12 stars of the original US series, Deadline reports.

“It’s a drag, drag, drag, drag world and we are so excited to be welcoming a record number of queens from all over the world to RuPaul’s DragCon this year,” said Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, World of Wonder producers, in a statement.

“We cannot wait to showcase them in the new WOW Presents Plus series Bring Back My Girls. These conversations will make you laugh and cry while serving you T from a global perspective.”

This LA-based DragCon is taking place from May 13-15 and boasts the highest number of drag artists from multiple franchises yet, promising fan favourites and fierce performances.

Season 12 star Jackie Cox also put a call out on Twitter for fan questions to be asked at the panel featuring her and her season sisters, so if you want your name immortalised in this WOW Presents Plus original series, be sure to comment on the Tweet below.


And in other Drag Race news, during the month of May, season eight star and runner up, Kim Chi, is donating 10% of the profits from her beauty brand to charity in honour of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month.

Proceeds from Kim Chi Chic Beauty will go to the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) organisation to help “build collective power with AAPI women and to gain full agency over their lives, their families, and their communities.”

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