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Stop asking Trixie Mattel if she wants to compete on Drag Race again

Stop asking Trixie Mattel if she wants to compete on Drag Race again

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The RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 winner shared new details about declining All Stars 7 and why she doesn’t want to compete again.

At this point, Trix, the dolls have spoken.

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 7 star and All Stars 3 winner Trixie Mattel is setting the record straight (well…) and making it crystal clear that she’s not interested in coming back to the werk room as a contestant.

In a new YouTube video titled “Trixie Answers the Internet’s Most Googled Questions,” Trixie once again addressed her absence from All Stars 7 — the all-winners edition of Drag Race. The legendary Skinny Legend explained:

“They did ask me to do all winners… but I said, ‘Absolutely f*cking not!’ But you should never say ‘no’ without a number. I should have been like, ‘Yeah, I’ll do it. I want half a million dollars.’ I don’t know why I didn’t go crazy. But I just said ‘no’ because… it’s just not for me, you guys. Drag Race is really hard and I don’t miss being on it.”

Trixie is currently hosting The Pit Stop — the official recap digital series of RuPaul’s Drag Race on YouTube — for season 16, and she also shared thoughts about engaging with the fandom even from the standpoint of hosting the recap show.

“Even Pit Stop, you guys. Pit Stop! Just being in front of the Drag Race audience again, I’m like, ‘That’s right… [Drag Race] audiences are f*cking wild, dude,’” she explained. “It’s nice to be on ‘Trixie World’ because everybody who watches me and Katya is nice and funny and stupid. But Drag Race is so big and has such a big reach… Drag Race girls will tell you: those fans are scary sometimes.”

We totally understand where Trixie is coming from, and we hope that this new update about not wanting to compete on Drag Race again is enough for fans to stop asking her the same questions over and over again!

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 16 airs every Friday on MTV.

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