When Is The Next Episode Of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10?
21 March 2018, 09:26
Everything you need to know about the latest series of RuPaul's Drag Race.
The season will take place immediately after All Stars 3 has finished at the end of the month. 14 queens have been confirmed to compete, including season nine alum Eureka O'Hara, who returns after being forced to pull out of the competition in the last season due to injury (drag is a deadly sport, don't cha know). The queens were announcing in typically sickening style with a neon-themed announcement video and Christina Aguilera has been confirmed as the first guest judge. Iconic.
Watch the first 15 minutes from the first episode, '10s Across The Boards', below.
Now henny, we know you're gagging for that Drag Race tea, so here's all the important information you need to a legendary evening on the sofa with the queens.
When is the RuPaul's Drag Race season 10 premiere?
Drag Race Season 10 will return Thursday 22nd March at 8/7c on VH1. At the moment, it has not been confirmed what channel the show will be aired on in the UK. All Stars 3 was on Comedy Central but fans of the show will be hoping there will be a return to Netflix, as they did with season 9.
When is the next episode of RuPaul's Drag Race?
After the premiere on 22nd March, the second episode will follow on the Thursday 29th March.
Will RuPaul's Drag Race season 10 be on Netflix? Where can I watch online?
Netflix has confirmed that Drag Race will air on it's network every Friday. Last year the show typically was available from 8am GMT.
How many episodes will there be?
This season has 14 queens, the same amount as season 9, which ran for 14 episodes. So we'd expect the season to run for the same amount of episodes. All the episodes will be 90 minutes long.
When will Untucked be on?
Untucked will follow the main show straight afterwards on VH1.
RuPaul's Drag Race season 10: First Look
The first pictures from the set of season 10 have been posted online, including the entrances of three new queens, as well as a shot of the judges with the first celebrity guest Christina Aguilera and a group photo of queens from previous seasons.
“While preparing for season 10, I realized that one of our contestants was 11 years-old when we first launched Drag Race,” mother Ru said in a statement about the new season. “The fact that we’re still here and still going strong is because of our talented queens. They are the heart and soul of the series. And as they continue to evolve and push the boundaries of drag, so does Drag Race.” Yaassss queen! Here's the images that they've shared so far:
Monét X Change
Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
And your fabulous judges, including extra special guest judge Christina Aguilera.
RuPaul also invited back some of the show's most iconic queens for a special feature during the first episode. All will be Ruvealed soon...
Oh, and the work room has had a makeover too.
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10: Meet The Queens
Who are the queens on season 10? Here's the bios for all the cast.
Asia O’Hara (Dallas, TX)
Texas is back in the house. A formidable competitor on the pageant circuit, Asia won Miss Gay America the first time she entered. Multi-talented, Asia has a costuming business on the side, designing for color guard teams and ice skaters.
Aquaria (Brooklyn, NY)
Aquaria already has a big reputation preceding her into the competition. At just 21, Aquaria has been photographed by Steven Klein for the pages of Vogue Italia. Confident and at the center of New York’s Drag Scene, Aquaria has the support of some of nightlife’s biggest legends. Blair St. Clair (Indianapolis, IN)
Blair St. Clair
A small-town girl with big city dreams, Blair St. Clair is a Broadway baby at heart. Combining her love of musicals with her passion for drag, Blair plans to sing, dance and act her way across the finish line of the competition.
Dusty Ray Bottoms (New York, NY)
Self-described as “dark, glamorous and trashy,” this punky queen defies categorization. Look for the queen with the signature dotty-faced makeup. A Kentucky native who moved to the big apple to pursue acting, Dusty channeled his desire to perform into drag. Eureka O’Hara (Johnson City, TN)
Eureka O’Hara (Johnson City, TN)
She’s back! Season 9’s Southern belle departed way too soon after injuring her knee. But Eureka is back following knee surgery, and hungrier than ever to prove herself the second time around.
Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams (Albuquerque, NM)
Kalorie’s infectious giggle might be the first thing to enter a room, but it’s her gravity-defying ass that has all eyes on it as she leaves. This twerk queen proudly flaunts her curvaceous body in daring sexy dance performances.
Kameron Michaels (Nashville, TN)
You’re equally as likely to find this tattooed muscle queen down at the gym pumping iron, as you are to find performing at her local drag bar in Nashville. Deliberately intending to capture strength and beauty, Kameron Michaels is the body builder Barbie doll.
Mayhem Miller (Riverside, CA)
Mayhem enters the competition with big expectations, as the sister of Drag Race alumni like Raven, Morgan McMichaels, Delta and Detox. Mayhem dazzles her Los Angeles’ audiences with polish and sass.
Miz Cracker (New York, NY)
Proud to call Bob The Drag Queen her drag mother, Miz Cracker began doing drag as a member of Bob’s Marches for Equality in Times Square. Pretty and witty, Miz Cracker captures you with her beauty, and then surprises you with the belly laughs.
Monét X Change (Bronx, NY)
Monet blurs the lines of comedy, performance and New York City grit. A degree in Opera Performance means she’s the singer of the season, while her bright colorful street style ensures all the judges eyes will be on her.
Monique Heart (Kansas City, MO)
A creative well-rounded queen who knows how to do hair, makeup, dance… and make an entrance. A devoted Christian, Monique enters the competition hungrier than most to win, and with a promise to live up to her moniker as the “Heart of Season 10.”
The Vixen (Chicago, IL)
Hailing from Chicago’s South Side, The Vixen combines elements of political art and protest into her performances. This vocal, woke queen brings both activism and fire to the stage – and is not about to take on her competition lying down.
Vanessa Vanjie Mateo (Tampa, FL)
Get these cookies, baby! Drag Race Season 3 and All Stars Season 1 star Alexis Mateo’s drag daughter brings electricity to the stage, with her high-energy dance performances and winning personality. Will Vanessa finish the job that Alexis Mateo started?
Yuhua Hamasaki (New York, NY)
Originally hailing from China, Yuhua moved to Manhattan’s Chinatown when she was seven. Now a sickening seamstress by day and a hard-working queen by night, Yuhua regularly sews gowns for New York royalty like Peppermint and Bob the Drag Queen.