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Yes, Shea Coulee just began her reign but it looks like RuPaul's Drag Race is already planning for her successor. According to tweets from a former competitor on the show, the franchise has already secured its cast for All Stars season six, who will be shipped off for quarantine filming soon.
Jaremi Carey may have stepped back from drag and his most famous drag persona Phi Phi O'Hara, but that doesn't mean he's not in the loop. When a fan said they would love to see Carey as O'Hara back on the show for a second season of All Stars, he made that pretty clear.
"I doubt he would do it because of how he's been treated but I would kill to see Jaremi on another All Stars once they start letting All Stars 2 queens back on here in a few years," the fan wrote. Jujubee, who competed on All Stars season five notably competed on All Stars season one and Latrice Royale who was on All Stars season one also competed on All Stars season four. No queens who have competed on any other All Stars have returned.
"I'll NEVER do All Stars EVER," Carey wrote in response. "They don't deserve me. But I know the cast of 6 ........ and ..... well ....." Well what sir?! Well, what? It's worth noting that after competing on All Stars season two Carey didn't even attend the reunion as a result of how he was handled on the show with the editing. Carey's portrayal brought out one of the nastiest sides of the fandom. That hate wasn't worth "a lousy few hundred bucks an episode," Carey said.
\u201cI'll NEVER do All Stars EVER they don't deserve me.\n\nBut I know the cast of 6.....................and........well......\ud83e\udd10\u201d— Jaremi (@Jaremi) 1596750915
\u201cFor a lousy few hundred bucks an episode.....and a million death threats PLUS to my mother with a host and production crew doing nothing to help........\n\nHAHA! Never\u201d— Jaremi (@Jaremi) 1596759067
While Carey claims to know the full list of all of the queens he also stopped short of revealing it publicly. "I am not going to ruin it for the girls," he wrote. "They want it." That said, according to him, production is soon underway. This all sort of makes sense as the show has become an annual event in recent years.
"It's casted they leave soon," he wrote. Who else is going to be watching Instagram feeds to see who stops posting new content for the next two months?