The Queens Of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Spill On Most-Inclusive Season Yet | Celebrity Page
Let the race begin! The hit show is back and the queens are sounding off on the new season.

Drag Race is what? Fundamental!

Fourteen brand new queens are ringing in the ru-year by sashaying into the workroom for the wildest season yet.

"I think it's amazing that, especially as the show's progressed, we're seeing more and more types of drag," Daya Betty said.

"It was fierce competition though. Fierce! Everyone came to play," Jasmine Kennedie said.

Along with sickening drag, the new season featuring guest stars that left the queens gagged. Some of the guest stars slated to appear this season include Lizzo, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez, Andra Day and more.

"It's the best when you get a compliment from someone you've looked up to forever," Willow Pill said.

"To meet these people that you've been watching foreverand they're critiquing my outfit... [they] can call my outfit ugly and I don't even care," Angeria Paris VanMicheals said.

RuPaul's Drag Race is also continuing to break boundaries by casting two openly trans women and for the first time, a straight man.

"We have the people of color trans representation specifically, so I feel like we're going to be able to bridge a gap and reach out to some kids out there that really have waited to see themselves represented on television for so long," Kerri Colby said.

"It's amazing to have representation because there's always somebody similar to you, that looks like you, that is going through something that you went through... and your voice is like an answer," Kornbread Jeté said.

"This show just proves that it really doesn't matter where you come from, how you identify, who you love... it's really about your drag," Lady Camden said.

"You're born on this earth and everything past that is really what you want to do with it and what you want to make of it," Maddy Morphosis said.

"Drag is for anyone! If a dog wants to do drag, let the dog do drag. Woof," Deja Skye said.

"This is going to be an amazing season, so you cannot miss it," Alyssa Hunter said.

Start those engines! RuPaul's Drag Race airs Friday nights on VH1.

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