RuPaul's court of drag queens, each competing to snatch the crown and strut away with a cash prize and the coveted title of "America's Next Drag Superstar," face an unpredictable competition and deliver gag-worthy and jaw-dropping moments.
The queens have to produce and host their very own Drag Con panels on Makeup, Hair and Body. Husband and wife duo behind the Oscar nominated film, The Big Sick, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon guest judge.
The queens must present two characters on the runway: their best selves and their evil twins. Lena Dunham (Girls) and singer Ashanti guest judge. Cheyenne Jackson (American Horror Story) is a special guest.
The top four queens must perform a verse in a performance of RuPaul's hit single, American, and guest on Rupaul's podcast with Michelle Visage. Choreographer Todrick Hall, style superstar Carson Kressley and the hilarious Ross Mathews guest judge.
One week from the Grand Finale, all season 10 queens return to discuss the season's gaggiest moments. Includes never-before-seen footage, jaw-dropping revelations, and a recap of the seasons' most amazing looks.
The queens discuss their design skills, from constructing full garments to glue gun realness. Who will pull out the most stunning looks? Tune-in to RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 premiering March 22nd at 8pm, only on VH1.
103. RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10: My First Time In Drag
March 11, 2018
Yes ma'am, we have to go there. Watch the Season 10 queens relive their humble beginnings from adolescence, early performances and more. The evolution is real, henny! Catch RuPaul's Drag Race March 22nd at 8/7c only on VH1.
104. RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10: My Hidden Talent
March 18, 2018
You might know these show-stopping queens for their mean mugs and theatrics on stage but you probably don't know about their other skills *wink wink*. Watch them spill the tea then tune-in to RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 March 22nd at 8/7c only on VH1.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2018
Not my favorite season. But had a lot of talent! This is the only season that I never re watched :( It just made the audience feel uncomfortable and made our community start pointing fingers accusing others of racism when it had nothing to do with what was happening. Racism does need to be checked but when we start making something about a race issue when it doesn't that puts life into racism and more racists become empowered and it starts with opposition and people spending energy on something that could have been put into something more productive. It's sad right now to see our community starting to really divide into more pieces.... Hopefully season 11 will focus on the show and show off for it's actual quality of the talent and not rely on drama just to make a boring season have something that "stands out". I get it's a reality show, but RPDR did just fine when the focus was put onto runways, comedy, challenges and unity. I've been watching since season 1. And I've never had the feeling of dread every week when the next episode would come out like this one did. My bf and I watch a lot. So i'd be sitting their so confused on what show I was watching.
Love this show and have loved this show from the beginning! While I'm slowly losing interest in the Untucked episodes, I still make sure I manage to put the purchasing of this show into my budget! Love It!!