RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars Season 3

Release Date, Episode Guide

RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars season 3 started airing on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 All-Star Variety Show

S3E2 Divas Lip Sync Live

S3E3 The Bitchelor

S3E4 All Stars Snatch Game

S3E5 Pop Art Ball

S3E6 Handmaids to Kitty Girls

S3E7 My Best Squirrelfriend's Dragsmaids Wedding Trip

most recent episode S3E8 A Jury of their Queers

How many episodes are in season 3 of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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Previously on RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: The Queens slay the top four as the competition gets harder and a winner is crowned.

Critics Reviews

    In the end, the winning Shangela sent Thorgy packing after her Rudemption runway look was a wobbly as her Stevie Knicks. And while the heart of drag is, as it should be, humour — it’s worth remembering that for these queens, and so many around the world, it’s also cost them a great deal to ask the questions many are afraid of. While this week’s episode gave you charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent in ample amounts, I’m praying to Mama Ru that this sense of worry can be shed for a position which sees each queen standing proud of the Queen they really are — that’s what makes a winner, baby! But Carson’s description could easily have been applied to the whole main event after Ru’s remaining nine, for the most part, appeared more All-Startled than All Stars. In their defence, it’s a tough task to take on — rehearse, choreograph, lip-synch to, and impersonate perfectly — women who have changed the face of culture, women who are so well-watched and celebrated globally for their totally unique, idiosyncratic brand of themselves, women whose iconic lives provide the cornerstone for the entirety of drag culture. And while some paid perfect homage to their bespangled divas — here’s looking at you Ben De La Creme as Julie Andrews, ChiChi Devayne as Patti Labelle, Bebe Zahara Benet as Diana Ross — others were a little lost in translation — Kennedy as Janet, Aja as Amy Winehouse, Milk as Celine Dion.  <...> - by Independent (UK) [Tom Rasmussen]


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