Just when you started to recover from the divisive All Stars 4 finale, Drag Race is back back back again, people! With the new series set to hit screens in a matter of days, (February 28 to be exact!) the full list of guest judges has just been revealed. You may recognise a face or two…
Following Gaga and Xtina, the latest pop megastar to join the guest judges will be Miley Cyrus. Apparently she’ll also be in disguise sneaking around the workroom. Bet that’s convincing!
Hot off his supporting role in Boy Erased, Troye Sivan will Bloom under the studio lights, while Master Of All, the awesome Lena Waithe will make an appearance. Celebrity Big Brother contestant Tiffany Pollard will drop by, possibly to tell everyone the wrong person is dead, and Adam Rippon, fresh from appearing in every gay magazine and TV show ever, will show contestants how to skate through.
Cara Delevingne is sure to make things a little more high brow, while the hilarious Ms Sykes will wave her magic Wanda. Cheyenne Jackson will return to hopefully compare another contestant to a supermodel, launching the best jealous response EVER.
Hopefully Russian Doll, Natasha Lyonne, won’t be full. of. herself. (thanks Darienne Lake) and Mistress Of The Dark, Elvira, can frighten the girls into shape.
Here’s a quick round up of all the other folk to expect!
- Kandi Burruss from Real Housewives of Atlanta
- Guillermo Diaz from Scandal
- Clea Duvall from Veep
- Comedian Fortune Feimster
- Tony Hale from Veep
- Katherine Langford from 13 Reasons Why
- Joel McHale from Community
- Bobby Moynihan from SNL
- Figure skater Mirai Nagasu
- Sydelle Noel from GLOW
- Gina Rodriguez from Jane The Virgin
- Model Amber Valetta
- Choreographer Travis Wall
With a line up like that, thankfully there’s an incredible collection of contestants to ensure the guest judges don’t hog all the attention. And if this lot don’t appeal to you, never fear, there’s a UK version on the way!
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