Bring back my All Stars
You probably have read all the rumoured queens supposedly cast in the new season of All Stars 4. We are possibly talking about a season with Valentina, Gia Gunn, Naomi Smalls, Monét X Change and more. If you haven’t seen it yet, have a look here.
The only one confirmed by now is the one who looks like Linda Evangelista, like a model, our fan favourite Valentina! She was eliminated from Season 9 in a very dramatic way.
Valentina is set to star in Fox’s live adaption of the beloved Broadway musical Rent, and a press release for the live TV event has revealed that she will also be partaking in All Stars 4.
But… the cast will be Ruvealed today!!!
— RuPaul's Drag Race (@RuPaulsDragRace) November 6, 2018
Gurl, three queens that we LOVE are going live on Youtube TODAY at 4PM to reveal the cast of this new season. Drag Race’s official Twitter account posted a photo of the three queens on a pink set, with the caption: “Get ready to join Trixie Mattel, Detox, and Katya for a very star-studded special.”
“It was for the season four reveal for All Stars,” Katya revealed on a recent podcast. “Me, Trixie and Detox did this fun thing for VH1. The season has been announced, but the cast has not. No one knows, except I do, because they told me.”
During a panel at DragCon last month, RuPaul told fans: “I can’t tell you exactly when it will be [AS4], but it’s gonna be sooner than you think.”
Our prayers have been answered, hopefully, with the Ruveal of the cast, we also could expect an earlier premiere? The new season before Chrismas? That would be the dream! We are just so excited about it!
My nerves are gone! This season is meant to be one of the BEST ones so far!
UPDATE: The live stream has been rescheduled to tomorrow in light of the mass shooting in California. VH1 released a statement saying:
“Our hearts are with those impacted by yet another act of mass gun violence. In light of the news from Thousand Oaks, CA last night, we are rescheduling the social RuVeal with Trixie, Detox and Katya to tomorrow morning at 10 AM ET.”
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