A Rundown of All the Guest Stars for Season Six of RuPaul's Drag Race "All Stars"


On May 26th, the cast of returning drag queens for "RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars" season 6 was announced, after being delayed almost a year because of difficulties filming with Covid.


Along with the promise of even more chaos than usual in the trailer for "RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars", a long list of guest stars were announced to appear throughout the new season, varying from Tina Knowles to Miss Piggy.


With a variety of stars, there is sure to be one or to unfamiliar faces, which is why Gaye Magazine is here to give you a full rundown of each and every star teased to appear this season (aside from returning drag queens of seasons past.)


First up of the stars slated to guest judge this season.


Charli XCX:

A longtime fan, who even tweeted RuPaul stating her case as to why she should be a judge on "Drag Race". It looks like she's getting her wish as she has been slotted to guest judge in the upcoming season.


Emma Roberts:

Best known for being Ryan Murphy's favorite bitch in his campiest TV shows such as "Scream Queens", most of "American Horror Story" and movies such as "Holiday" and "We're the Millers".

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Aisha Tyler:

Guest judged in the episode "The Snatch Game" in 2011. Can also be recognized from her roles in "Friends" "Whose Line Is It Anyway?", and "Criminal Minds"



Tia Mowry:

Child star from the hit show "Sister, Sister", "Twitches", "Twitches Too" and her other shows in her adult career "Instant Mom" and "Family Reunion". Mowry is also the name sake of Drag Queen Tia Kofi.


source: Twitter.com



Jamal Sims:

Long time choreographer of the RuPaul universe, having worked on the 2019-2020 season of Rupulas drag race, The Vegas Revue and Rupuals Drag U





Tina Knowles:


Mother of the Queen of the universe herself, Beyonce, and has designed costumes for movies such as "Dreamgirls", "Pink Panther", "Obsessed" and basically every movie that Beyonce has been in.


source:revolt tv



Big Freedia:


The legendary New Orleans Bounce rapper collaborated with Rupaul on the song "Peanut Butter" and was also in Rupauls Christmas special "The Holi-slay Spectacular"

Source:the queer review

Justin Simien:

Director of "Dear White People" , the dream that's entering its fourth season on Netflix

source: entertainment tonight



Zaldy:

RuPaul's longtime designer and close friend, much like Knowles, he'll probably be there to critique the design of the Drag Queens

source:vogue

Angela Basset:

Iconic Actress and Badass. She needs no real introduction!

source: E! online

Tanya Tucker:

Country singer and former guest judge from 2012, from the episode "Country Queens"

source: wikipedia


Cheyenne Jackson:

Appeared on "Rupaul's Drag Race" in 2017 and in 2019, and has been on daytime television shows such as "American Horror Story", "Glee", "Call Me Kat" and "Julie and The Phantoms".


Jermaine Fowler:

He appeared in "RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race" in 2020, as well as the MTV show "Guy Code" and Eddie Murphy's movie "Coming 2 America".

Alec Mapa:

He appeared in an episode of Rupaul's Drag Race: Reunited, and has appeared in a number of TV shows such as "Half and Half", "Ugly Betty", "Desperate Housewives", "The Rich and the Ruthless", and "Doom Patrol".



Fortune Feimster:

Writer and comedian, mostly known for her roles in "Kenan" and the reboot of The L Word "The L word: Generation Q".

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And last, but certainly not least, Miss Piggy: Known for "The Muppets" and "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson".

source: Twitter.com

The Season will be available on Paramount+ on June 24th, being the first season to air exclusively on the platform.

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