RuPaul’s Drag Race: Vegas Revue Trailer – Premieres August 21 @ 8/7C
RuPaul and company are coming to the Vegas Strip.

Let's Get This Show On The Road!

It's practically no secret that people cannot get enough of RuPaul and the rest of the queens.

According to The Wrap, the new VH1 show follows "six legendary drag queens in their professional and personal journeys as they take on Las Vegas in a brand new 'RuPaul's Drag Race Live!' residency."

VH1 promises:

"A deeper look into the lives of their favorite queens as they showcase the charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent it takes to pull off groundbreaking performances in front of a live audience."

The cast includes season 11 winner Yvie Oddly as well as fan favorites Asia O'Hara, Derrick Barry, Kameron Michaels, Naomi Smalls and Vanessa "Vanjie" Mateo.

And The RuPaul Legacy Continues!

It wouldn't be RuPaul's Drag Race without a little drama added to the mix.

The Wrap reveals that the docuseries is another installment in the ever-growing Drag Race franchise, which now encompasses the flagship competition series, a yearly all-stars spinoff, after shows both on VH1 and digital platforms, international editions and a one-off celebrity version, as well as live shows, conventions on both coasts and the Las Vegas residency.

The Wrap also revealed the team behind the upcoming TV show. They include the producing credit by World of Wonder Productions, with Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell, Danielle King and RuPaul Charles making up the collaboration as executive producers. Tim Palazzola and Todd Radnitz make up the executive producing duo for VH1 and Jen Passovoy serves as producer.

Ready to get your RuPaul on? Tune in to RuPaul's Drag Race: Vegas Revue August 21 on VH1!

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