Every Finalist on 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' & Their Track Records
These All Stars got to compete for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
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The expectations are always high when some of our fan-favorite queens come back to compete on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. However, time has proven that a queen’s track record in her original season doesn’t always have any impact on All Stars.
Eight seasons later, All Stars is considered a completely different beast than the flagship Drag Race seasons, and the contestants are fully aware of that. By giving the queens the power to decide who stays, who goes home, or who gets blocked from earning a star, All Stars is much more of a Survivor-like game than the pageant energy of a regular Drag Race season.
After fighting so fiercely all season long, only a select group of queens have managed to get to the very top of an All Stars season and got the chance to enter the coveted Drag Race Hall of Fame.
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Chad Michaels (All Stars 1 Winner)
In 2012, Chad Michaels became the first-ever winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. Though that was a controversial season where the queens had to compete in pairs, Michaels still reigned supreme and earned her spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. Overall, she won three maxi challenges and placed in the bottom twice.
Raven (All Stars 1)
Raven didn’t win any maxi challenges on All Stars 1 and placed in the bottom three times. Alas, she still got to lip sync for the crown against Chad Michaels, thus being considered the first official runner-up of All Stars.
Jujubee (All Stars 1)
Jujubee competed on All Stars 1 along with Raven as Team Rujubee, so she also didn’t win any challenges and placed in the bottom three times. Unlike Raven, though, Jujubee did not get to lip sync for the crown.
Shannel (All Stars 1)
Despite also winning three challenges and placing in the bottom twice alongside Chad Michaels, Shannel did not get a chance to lip sync for the crown on All Stars 1. She did compete at the grand finale, but Michaels was chosen as the Team Shad member who would get a chance to enter the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
Alaska (All Stars 2 Winner)
All Stars 2 introduced the lipstick format that would be followed for years to come. This season, Alaska won four maxi challenges and only fell in the bottom once, making her the queen with the best track record in the competition. As expected, she was ultimately crowned the winner of All Stars 2.
Detox (All Stars 2)
Detox also had a stellar track record on All Stars 2 that included three maxi challenge wins and only one bottom placement. Though she had the chance to lip sync for the crown, Detox lost a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame to her RoLaskaTox alliance member Alaska.
Katya (All Stars 2)
Katya was another contender on All Stars 2 who won three maxi challenges and only had two bottom placements. Like Detox, she also had the chance to be featured in the final lip sync. Alas, Alaska was crowned the winner.
Roxxxy Andrews (All Stars 2)
Roxxxy Andrews was a finalist on All Stars 2 with a track record that consisted of one challenge win and five bottom placements. While she was given the chance to compete in the final maxi challenge, Andrews did not move forward to lip sync for the crown on this season of All Stars.
Trixie Mattel (All Stars 3 Winner)
The top two queens of All Stars 3 were determined by a jury of eliminated contestants. This season, Trixie Mattel and Kennedy Davenport were chosen as the queens who would lip sync for the crown. With a track record of two maxi challenge wins and two bottom placements, Trixie was crowned the winner of All Stars 3.
Kennedy Davenport (All Stars 3)
Kennedy Davenport won one challenge and fell in the bottom four times. Due to the jury vote twist, Davenport had the chance to lip sync for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame, but lost the crown to Trixie Mattel.
BeBe Zahara Benet (All Stars 3)
The OG champion of RuPaul’s Drag Race, BeBe Zahara Benet, became the first-ever crowned winner to return to the show and compete on an All Stars season. Benet’s All Stars 3 track record consisted of two challenge wins and one bottom placement, but she wasn’t chosen by the jury to lip sync for the crown.
Shangela (All Stars 3)
Shangela was also not chosen by the jury of eliminated queens to lip sync for the crown on All Stars 3. Nonetheless, Shangela’s track record in the competition consisted of three maxi challenge wins and two times in the bottom.
Monét X Change (All Stars 4 Winner)
After winning three maxi challenges and landing twice in the bottom, Monét X Change was one of the crowned queens of All Stars 4. She got to the finale and got to lip sync for the crown with Trinity The Tuck, resulting in the first – and only – tie in the herstory of the RuPaul’s Drag Race franchise.
Trinity The Tuck (All Stars 4 Winner)
Trinity The Tuck also earned her spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame after winning All Stars 4 in a tie alongside Monét X Change. Trinity’s track record consisted of four maxi challenge wins and one bottom placement.
Mo Heart (All Stars 4)
Over the course of All Stars 4, Mo Heart won three challenges and landed in the bottom once. She got to the grand finale and got the chance to compete, but she didn’t move forward to the lip sync for the crown.
Naomi Smalls (All Stars 4)
Naomi Smalls was also not granted the chance to lip sync for the crown despite becoming a finalist on All Stars 4. Overall, Smalls’ track record in the competition consisted of one challenge win and three bottom placements.
Shea Couleé (All Stars 5 Winner)
After a dramatic loss in season nine of Drag Race, Shea Couleé walked into All Stars 5 ready to slay – and she did exactly that. Couleé won two maxi challenges and had three bottom placements, going on to win the season and earn her spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
Jujubee (All Stars 5)
With one challenge win and landing three times in the bottom, Jujubee was also a finalist on All Stars 5. This was the queen’s third time competing in a finale, having done so previously in season two of Drag Race and All Stars 1. Unfortunately, Jujubee once again didn’t snatch the crown for herself.
Miz Cracker (All Stars 5)
Miz Cracker won three challenges and landed in the bottom twice throughout All Stars 5. All three finalists in the season got to lip sync for the crown, and Cracker ultimately lost to Couleé in that performance.
Kylie Sonique Love (All Stars 6 Winner)
Kylie Sonique Love won a maxi challenge and fell in the bottom three times on All Stars 6, but still managed to outperform her fellow competitors at the finale and be crowned the winner of the season. With this victory, Love became the first out trans winner of Drag Race.
Eureka (All Stars 6)
Eureka was eliminated on All Stars 6 but fought her way back into the competition through the lip sync redemption twist. Over the course of the season, the queen won one challenge and had one bottom placement as well.
Ginger Minj (All Stars 6)
With two challenge wins and three bottom placements, Ginger Minj fought her way to the top of All Stars 6. However, she ultimately lost the crown to Kylie Sonique Love after their very competitive lip sync for the crown.
Ra’Jah O’Hara (All Stars 6)
Ra’Jah O’Hara was another huge contender on All Stars 6, with a track record that included two challenge wins and two times in the bottom. All four finalists were granted the chance to lip sync for the crown on All Stars 6, but Kylie Sonique Love came out victorious.
Jinkx Monsoon (All Stars 7 Winner)
With an unbelievable track record of five maxi challenge wins, Jinkx Monsoon became the first two-time winner of Drag Race following her crowning on All Stars 7. This all-winners season featured incredibly tough competition, but Monsoon still earned herself the title of Queen of All Queens.
Monét X Change (All Stars 7)
Monét X Change finished as the runner-up of All Stars 7 after winning three maxi challenges that resulted in five legendary legend stars – more than any other queen in the season. Alas, Mama Ru determined that Jinkx Monsoon won the lip sync for the crown against X Change, which culminated in her runner-up placement.
Shea Couleé (All Stars 7)
Shea Couleé won two challenges throughout All Stars 7, but her number of legendary legend stars secured herself a spot at the grand finale. Though she didn’t make it to the final lip sync of the season, Couleé had a phenomenal performance during this all-winners edition of Drag Race.
Trinity The Tuck (All Stars 7)
With four maxi challenges, Trinity The Tuck also worked hard for her placement as an All Stars 7 finalist. Prior to the finale, Trinity was tied with Jaida Essence Hall in terms of legendary legend stars, but was chosen by Monét X Change to advance to the finale.
Jimbo (All Stars 8)
Jimbo reached the grand finale of All Stars 8 after winning an impressive four maxi challenges. In turn, Jimbo only landed in the bottom once.
Kandy Muse (All Stars 8)
Throughout All Stars 8, Kandy Muse had a strong social game that involved multiple alliances. She won two maxi challenges and landed in the bottom twice, earning her place in the finale alongside Jimbo.