RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 has been an absolutely fantastic season thus far (and it's only just started!), and fans are looking back at how each of these winners did during their past seasons on the show.
From a high number of maxi challenge wins to legendary lip syncs to unforgettable Snatch Game performances to an overall sense of fan-favoritism, there are many paths for any given contestant to win a season of Drag Race or All Stars.
For the sake of this ranking, though, only the queens’ quantifiable track records in past seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race will be considered, which includes how many challenges they won in the competition and how many times they landed in the bottom.
Scroll through to see the All Stars 7 queens’ track records in their past seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race. And catch new episodes of All Stars 7 streaming new episodes on Fridays on Paramount+!
With only one maxi challenge win and one bottom-two placement, Yvie Oddly’s track record ranks the lowest among the queens cast on All Stars 7. It should obviously be noted that Oddly won season 11 fair and square by getting to the end and out-performing her fellow finalists in their lip sync for the crown. But when it comes to pure numbers, Oddly won fewer challenges than her All Stars 7 costars.
Jinkx Monsoon really started to stand out on Drag Race season five after her game-changing Snatch Game impersonation of Little Edie. A decade later, she is re-inventing the blueprint of how to play the Snatch Game with her performances as Judy Garland and Natasha Lyonne on All Stars 7. With that said, Monsoon won two maxi challenges and landed in the bottom once over the course of season five.
After not winning any maxi challenge in season 10 but landing in the bottom three times, Monét X Change came back for All Stars 4 with a vengeance and had a much stronger track record that consisted of three challenge wins and two bottom placements. Adding it all up, X Change’s Drag Race journey prior to All Stars 7 consisted of winning three challenges and landing in the bottom five times.
The Vivienne was a frontrunner from start to finish in the inaugural season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. In many ways, most fans expected that The Vivienne would win the show even if certain viewers were charmed by finalists Divina De Campo and Baga Chipz as well. With three maxi challenge wins and only one bottom placement, Viv is tied with two of her costars on All Stars 7.
Drag Race season 12 was plagued by a worldwide pandemic and the controversies of a disqualified contestant that led to the complete reediting of the season. Alas, the Essence of Beauty herself also won three challenges and landed in the bottom one time while competing on Drag Race. As such, Jaida Essence Hall is also tied in this All Stars 7 ranking with two other queens.
Raja also won three maxi challenges and had to lip sync for her life once, which means that she is the last queen tied with Viv and Hall in this ranking. She also faced stiff competition from a mind-blowing top four that consisted of Manila Luzon, Alexis Mateo, and Yara Sofia. In any case, the winner of Drag Race season three is now ready to re-introduce herself to new fans on All Stars 7.
After winning four maxi challenges throughout season nine and only landing in the bottom one time, many fans had a hard time accepting that Shea Couleé didn’t snatch the crown that year. Nonetheless, Ms. Couleé came back to slay All Stars 5 by winning two more challenges and only landing in the bottom three times (two of them being automatic bottom placements for not winning the challenge of the week). All things considered, Couleé’s overall Drag Race track record prior to All Stars 7 includes six maxi challenge wins and four bottom placements.
Trinity The Tuck said it herself in her verse for RuPaul’s “Legends”: “Under my belt, count ‘em, seven wins / Ain’t nobody show up like this.” Trinity won three maxi challenges in season nine and four more on All Stars 4, bringing that to a total of seven wins. In turn, she landed in the bottom once in season nine and once on All Stars 4 – which means that she’s only been in the bottom twice throughout her entire Drag Race journey.