RuPaul's Drag Race (season 11)
|RuPaul's Drag Race|
|Broadcast from||February 28, 2019 –|
The eleventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race began airing on February 28, 2019, on VH1. The cast for this season features fourteen new queens and one returning queen who were announced via a live video on January 24, 2019, hosted by season 10 winner Aquaria and Adam Rippon. Season 10 contestant Vanessa Vanjie Mateo returned to the competition.
Ages, names, and cities stated are at time of filming.
|A'keria C. Davenport[a]||30||Dallas, Texas||TBD|
|Brooke Lynn Hytes||32||Nashville, Tennessee||TBD|
|Silky Nutmeg Ganache||28||Chicago, Illinois||TBD|
|Yvie Oddly||24||Denver, Colorado||TBD|
|Vanessa Vanjie Mateo||26||Los Angeles, California||5th Place|
|Nina West||39||Columbus, Ohio||6th Place|
|Shuga Cain||40||New York, New York||7th Place|
|Plastique Tiara||21||Dallas, Texas||8th Place|
|Ra'Jah O'Hara[b]||33||Dallas, Texas||9th Place|
|Scarlet Envy||26||Brooklyn, New York||10th Place|
|Ariel Versace||26||Cherry Hill, New Jersey||11th Place|
|Mercedes Iman Diamond||30||Minneapolis, Minnesota||12th Place|
|Honey Davenport||32||New York, New York||13th Place|
|Kahanna Montrese||25||Las Vegas, Nevada||14th Place|
|Soju||27||Los Angeles, California||15th Place|
- A'Keria Chanel Davenport is referred to as A'Keria C. Davenport on the show.
- Ra'Jah D. O'Hara is referred to as Ra'Jah O'Hara on the show.
|A'Keria C. Davenport||HIGH||SAFE||BTM6||SAFE||SAFE||WIN||BTM2||SAFE||WIN||SAFE||HIGH||SAFE||Guest|
|Brooke Lynn Hytes||WIN||LOW||HIGH||HIGH||WIN||HIGH||HIGH||BTM2||HIGH||HIGH||WIN||BTM2||Guest|
|Silky Nutmeg Ganache||SAFE||SAFE||HIGH||WIN||LOW||HIGH||SAFE||WIN||HIGH||LOW||BTM2||SAFE||Guest|
|Vanessa Vanjie Mateo||HIGH||SAFE||HIGH||LOW||SAFE||SAFE||SAFE||LOW||BTM2||BTM2||HIGH||ELIM||Guest|
|Mercedes Iman Diamond||LOW||BTM2||HIGH||ELIM||Guest|
- The contestant won the challenge.
- The contestant received positive judges' critiques but was ultimately declared safe.
- The contestant received judges' critiques but was ultimately declared safe.
- The contestant received negative judges' critiques but was ultimately declared safe.
- The contestant was placed in the bottom and had to lipsync for their life.
- The contestant was eliminated.
- The contestant returned as a guest for the makeover challenge.
- The contestant returned as a guest for the reunion episode.
|1||Kahanna Montrese||vs.||Soju||“The Best of Both Worlds”
|2||Kahanna Montrese||vs.||Mercedes Iman Diamond||“Work Bitch”
|3||A'Keria C. Davenport vs. Honey Davenport vs. Plastique Tiara
vs. Ra'Jah O'Hara vs. Scarlet Envy vs. Shuga Cain
|"Waiting for Tonight (Hex Hector Mix)"
|4||Mercedes Iman Diamond||vs.||Ra'Jah O'Hara||“Living in America”
|Mercedes Iman Diamond|
|5||Ariel Versace||vs.||Shuga Cain||“I'm Your Baby Tonight”
|6||Ra'Jah O'Hara||vs.||Scarlet Envy||“Last Dance”
|7||A'Keria C. Davenport||vs.||Ra'Jah O'Hara||“Strut”
|8||Brooke Lynn Hytes||vs.||Yvie Oddly||“Sorry Not Sorry”
|9||Plastique Tiara||vs.||Vanessa Vanjie Mateo||"Hood Boy"
|10||Shuga Cain||vs.||Vanessa Vanjie Mateo||"No More Drama"
(Mary J. Blige)
|11||Nina West||vs.||Silky Nutmeg Ganache||"No Scrubs"
|12||Brooke Lynn Hytes||vs.||Vanessa Vanjie Mateo||"Pride: A Deeper Love"
Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
- The contestant was eliminated after their first time in the bottom.
- The contestant was eliminated after their second time in the bottom.
- The contestant was eliminated after their third time in the bottom.
- The contestant was eliminated after their fourth time in the bottom.
Listed in chronological order:
- Miley Cyrus, singer, actress
- Bobby Moynihan, actor, comedian
- Sydelle Noel, actress, athlete
- Guillermo Díaz, actor
- Troye Sivan, singer, songwriter
- Joel McHale, actor, comedian
- Tiffany Pollard, reality television personality
- Cara Delevingne, model, actress
- Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, actress, television hostess
- Mirai Nagasu, figure skater
- Adam Rippon, figure skater
- Travis Wall, dancer, choreographer
- Kandi Burruss, singer, songwriter, reality television personality
- Amber Valletta, model, actress
- Clea DuVall, actress
- Tony Hale, actor
- Fortune Feimster, actress, comedian
- Cheyenne Jackson, actor, singer
- Natasha Lyonne, actress
- Katherine Langford, actress
- Gina Rodriguez, actress
- Wanda Sykes, actress, comedian, writer
- Lena Waithe, writer, actress
- Todrick Hall, singer, director, choreographer
Guests who appeared in episodes, but did not judge on the main stage.
- Adore Delano, runner-up of season six and contestant on All Stars season two
- Delta Work, contestant on season three
- Derrick Barry, contestant on season eight
- Eureka, contestant on season nine and runner-up of season ten
- Farrah Moan, contestant on season nine and All Stars season four
- Ginger Minj, runner-up of season seven and contestant on All Stars season two
- Jasmine Masters, contestant on season seven and All Stars season four
- Kimora Blac, contestant on season nine
- Manila Luzon, runner-up of season three and contestant on All Stars season one and season four
- Mariah Balenciaga, contestant on season three
- Ongina, contestant on season one
- Raja, winner of season three
- Raven, runner-up of season two and All Stars season one
- Sonique, contestant on season two
- Victoria "Porkchop" Parker, contestant on season one
- Derrick Barry, contestant on season eight
- Rachel Maddow, journalist, political commentator
- Yanis Marshall, French choreographer and dancer
- Ginger Minj, runner-up of season seven and contestant on All Stars season two
- Love Connie, drag performer
- Jinkx Monsoon, winner of season five
- Morgan McMichaels, contestant on season two and All Stars season three
- Delta Work, contestant on season three
- Kyle Marlett, magician
|Title||Original air date|
|132||1||"Whatcha Unpackin?"||February 28, 2019|
Fourteen new queens and one returning queen, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, enter the werk room. RuPaul announces the first mini-challenge is to pose with drag race alumni and the queens are paired up as follows: Scarlet Envy and Raja, Shuga Cain and Jasmine Masters, Honey Davenport and Manila Luzon, Ra'Jah O'Hara and Ginger Minj, Vanessa and Farrah Moan, Brooke Lynn Hytes and Ongina, Plastique Tiara and Sonique, Soju and Victoria "Porkchop" Parker, Ariel Versace and Eureka, Nina West and Raven, Mercedes Iman Diamond and Delta Work, Kahanna Montrese and Derrick Barry, A'Keria C. Davenport and Kimora Blac, Silky Nutmeg Ganache and Mariah, and Yvie Oddly and Adore Delano. Silky wins the challenge and gets to assign each queen a box inspired by a previous contestant to make an outfit from.
Silky assigns herself Peppermint, A’Keria with BeBe Zahara Benet, Ariel with Laganja Estranja, Brooke with Detox, Honey with BenDeLaCreme, Kahanna with Katya, Mercedes with Bianca Del Rio, Nina with Thorgy Thor, Plastique with Sasha Velour, Ra’Jah with Kennedy Davenport, Scarlet with Violet Chachki, Shuga with Sharon Needles, Soju with Kim Chi, Vanessa with Valentina, and Yvie with Alaska. Whilst the queens are constructing their garments guest judge Miley Cyrus surprises them by dressing up as a crew member and sneaking into the workroom to meet the queens.
On the main stage, Ariel, Honey, Ra'Jah, Scarlet, Shuga, Silky, and Yvie are declared safe. The remaining queens are critiqued with A'Keria, Brooke, Plastique, and Vanessa all receiving praise for their garments with Kahanna, Mercedes, Nina West, and Soju receiving negative critiques. After the judges deliberate Brooke is declared the winner of the challenge and Soju and Kahanna are put in the bottom two. They lipsync to "The Best of Both Worlds" by Hannah Montana; Kahanna wins the lip sync and Soju becomes the first queen eliminated.
|133||2||"Good God Girl, Get Out"||March 7, 2019|
The contestants take part in a mini-challenge where they have to 'photobomb' famous pictures of celebrities and both Silky and Brooke win the challenge. This gives them the power to pick the teams for the week's maxi challenge which is to star in two parody films 'Why It Gotta Be Black, Panther?' (parody of 'Black Panther') and 'Good God Girl Get Out' (parody of 'Get Out'). The teams then assign roles and perform in front of the camera while Ross and Michelle direct.
On the main stage, the category is 'What's Your Sign?' where the queens dress according to their zodiac signs. A'Keria, Honey, Nina, Ra'Jah, Silky, and Vanessa are declared safe. Ariel, Brooke, Kahanna, and Mercedes receive negative critiques of their performances in the challenge but Brooke and Ariel receive praise for their runway looks. While Plastique, Scarlet, Shuga, and Yvie receive positive critiques with Plastique, Scarlet, and Yvie receiving positive feedback on their runways as well. Scarlet and Yvie are both declared the winners of the challenge while Kahanna and Mercedes are placed in the bottom two. The pair then lipsync to "Work Bitch" by Britney Spears; Mercedes wins the lip sync and Kahanna is eliminated.
|134||3||"Diva Worship"||March 14, 2019|
At the start of the episode the queens take part in a mini-challenge where they need to try and 'seduce' their way into a Seduction concert, and Nina and Ra'Jah win. They select their teams for the maxi challenge which is to make a parody Christian talk show to worship a diva. Nina's team pick Britney Spears and Ra'Jah's team select Mariah Carey. The queens are then directed by Ross and perform their show in one take.
On the main stage, the category is 'Fringe' and the queens each present a fringe inspired look. Team Nina are declared the winners of the challenge and Ru compliments both Vanessa and Ariel for their excellent performances but Nina is declared the overall challenge winner. Team Ra'Jah is declared the losing team and all six of the team's members (A'Keria, Honey, Plastique, Ra'Jah, Scarlet, and Shuga) are critiqued for severely lackluster performances and a general lack of knowledge about Mariah Carey, though most of their runways are well-received. When every member of Team Ra'Jah claims that they were all to blame for the failing challenge, Ru puts every team member up for elimination, having the six of them lipsync to "Waiting for Tonight (Hex Hector Mix)" by Jennifer Lopez. Ru announces first that Plastique is safe, followed by Ra'Jah, Scarlet, and A'Keria. Finally, Shuga is saved and Honey is eliminated from the competition.
|135||4||"Trump: The Rusical"||March 21, 2019|
For the mini-challenge, Ru asks the girls to get into quick drag to impersonate Rachel Maddow and deliver news from a teleprompter and Scarlet is declared the winner. She has to cast the queens for a parody version of Grease in a rusical about Donald Trump and they have to impersonate the women in his life and cabinet. Scarlet casts herself as Betsy DeVos, A'Keria as Stormy Daniels, Ariel as Shandy (Sandy from Grease), Brooke as Ivana Trump, Mercedes Iman Diamond as Ivanka Trump, Nina as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Plastique as Melania Trump, Ra'Jah as Omarosa, Shuga as Hillary Clinton, Silky as Oprah, Vanessa as Rosie O'Donnell, and Yvie as Kellyanne Conway. Yanis Marshall choreographs the queens and during the performance Ginger Minj makes an appearance as Donald Trump.
On the main stage, the category is "Orange Alert". A'Keria, Ariel, Nina, Plastique, Scarlet, and Shuga are declared safe with Scarlet being told by Ru that she made good casting decisions for the rusical. Brooke, Silky, and Yvie receive positive feedback from the judges, while Mercedes, Ra'Jah, and Vanessa receive negative critiques for not standing out in the rusical. Silky is declared as the winner with Mercedes and Ra'Jah being placed in the bottom two. They lip sync to "Living in America" by James Brown and Ra'Jah wins the lip sync, resulting in Mercedes' elimination.
|136||5||"Monster Ball"||March 28, 2019|
At the start of the episode Trixie Mattel joins the queens as they take part in a mini-challenge where they need to make a friend for the Rupaul Doll. Ra'Jah O'Hara is declared the winner and Ru announces that this weeks maxi challenge is a spooktacular ball where the queens need to participate in three categories: Trampy Trick or Treater, Witch Please!, and MILF (Monster I'd Like to Freak) Eleganza. The queens must make the final look from scratch having already brought looks for the other two categories.
On the main stage, the girls all present there outfits and A'Keria, Nina, Ra'Jah, Scarlet, and Vanessa are declared safe. This leaves Brooke, Plastique, and Yvie in the top with Ariel, Shuga, and Silky in the bottom. Eventually Ru declares Brooke the winner having particularly impressed the judges by walking down the runway en pointe. Ariel and Shuga are placed in the bottom two and the pair lipsync to "I'm Your Baby Tonight" by Whitney Houston; Ariel falls during the lipsync, which results in Shuga winning the lipsync and Ariel being eliminated from the competition.
|137||6||"The Draglympics"||April 4, 2019|
For the mini challenge the queens are joined by drag queen Connie Love to take part in 'Galisthenics' and Plastique and A'Keria are declared the winners. This means that they can pick their teams and A'Keria selects Brooke, Silky, Yvie, and Shuga with Plastique choosing Ra'Jah, Vanessa, Nina, and Scarlet. The queens then practise their routines (which must incorporate Fanography, Voguing, and Shablamming) with Adam Rippon and Travis Wall. In the maxi challenge the queens perform their routines while Adam and Michelle commentate. Both teams perform well although Yvie damages her ankle due to her Ehlers-Danols syndrome, meaning she has to walk down the runway with a cane later on.
On the main stage, the category is 'All that Glitters' and the queens all present their best golden looks. Ru declares Team A'Keria the winners, praising A'Keria for her performance and the selection of her team and so names her the winner of the challenge. Team Plastique is declared the losing team, and while most of the girls receive mixed feedback, Ra'Jah and Scarlet receiving negative critiques for not standing out. The other members of the team are then declared safe and Ru places Ra'Jah and Scarlet in the bottom. The pair then lipsync to "Last Dance" by Donna Summer; Ra'Jah wins the lip sync and Scarlet is sent home by Ru.
|138||7||"From Farm to Runway"||April 11, 2019|
The mini challenge at the start of the episode is a potato sack race where the queens need to show off their 'boob-ography' and Nina and Shuga are the challenge winners. Ru then announces that for the main challenge the queens need to create outfits from organic materials. After the queens start working on their creations Ru returns to the workroom and tells them to go to the stage where a special guest will help them with their runway presentation. They are greeted by Alyssa Edwards, Plastique's drag mother, who gives the advice to the queens and choreographs a country-style routine called 'Pumpkin Pie'.
On the main stage, the queens perform 'Pumpkin Pie' and then present their organic looks. Shuga, Silky, and Vanessa are all declared safe and leave the stage. The judges then give positive critiques to Brooke, Plastique, and Yvie whilst A'Keria, Nina, and Ra'Jah are negatively critiqued. Afterward, Plastique is declared the winner of the challenge and A'Keria and Ra'Jah are placed in the bottom two. The pair proceed to lipsync to "Strut" by Sheena Easton. A'Keria is declared the winner and Ra'Jah, having landed in the bottom four times, is eliminated from the competition.
|139||8||"Snatch Game at Sea"||April 18, 2019|
The queens take part in a mini challenge where they need to pitch their self-help books to RuPaul, Silky wins the challenge with her book Eat It: Chronicles Of The Buffet. Ru then announces that the main challenge will be Snatch Game at sea where the queens have to impersonate different celebrities. Season 5 Snatch Game and season winner Jinkx Monsoon joins Ru for his walk through and gives advice to the queens. In the Snatch Game Tony Hale and Clea Duvall star as guest judges. A'Keria plays Tiffany Haddish, Brooke impersonates Celine Dion, Nina does both Harvey Fierstein and Jo Anne Worley, Plastique plays Lovely Mimi, Shuga impersonates Charo, Silky does Ts Madison, Vanessa plays Danielle Bregoli, and Yvie impersonates Whoopi Goldberg.
On the main stage, the category is sequins. After the runway A'Keria and Plastique are declared safe. Nina, Shuga, and Silky are all praised for their performances in the challenge and Shuga is especially commended by Ru for her runway. Meanwhile Brooke, Vanessa, and Yvie are negatively critiqued for their performance in the challenge with Vanessa also receiving negative critiques for her runway. Ru then declares Silky the challenge winner and Brooke and Yvie are placed in the bottom two. After they lispync to "Sorry Not Sorry" by Demi Lovato, Ru decides to save both queens and no one is eliminated.
|140||9||"L.A.D.P.!"||April 25, 2019|
In the mini challenge the queens have to read each other and Brooke wins both the challenge and a $2,500 gift card from l.a.Eyeworks. Ru announces that in the main challenge the queens will have to perform in an improv comedy sketch called Los Angeles Drag Patrol (L.A.D.P.). Brooke gets to pick the teams and pairs Vanjie and Plastique, Silky and Shuga, A'Keria and Yvie, and herself with Nina. Each pair then perform in a different scenario with Fortune Feimster and Cheyenne Jackson who star as cops. In the first scene Silky plays an illegal 'butt pad' salesperson and Shuga a disgruntled religious customer. Then Brooke and Nina star as trailer park neighbours who the police have visited after Nina reported Brooke's nudity. Plastique and Vanjie star as rowing cats in a literal cat fight. And A'Keria and Yvie play two 'Twerking Girls' who are arguing over their 'turf'.
On the main stage, the category is 'Face-Kini Realness' where the queens present looks where only their eyes and lips are visible. Ru then declares Nina and Yvie as safe. A'Keria, Brooke, and Silky all receive positive critiques for their performances but Silky is critiscised for her runway and lack of make up. A'Keria is then declared the winner of the challenge. Plastique, Shuga, and Vanjie are all negatively critiqued but Shuga receives positive critiques for her runway look. Plastique and Vanjie are then placed in the bottom two and lispync to "Hood Boy" by Fantasia Barrino; Vanjie wins the lip sync and Plastique is eliminated from the competition.
|141||10||"Dragracadabra"||May 2, 2019|
In the mini challenge, the queens have to work with the 'Pit Crew' to get the most balls in a bag in the quickest time and Vanessa wins the challenge. Ru reveals that for the maxi challenge the queens have to put on a magic show where they must perform magic tricks and put on a show. Vanessa gets to pick the teams and picks A'Keria, Silky, and Yvie for her team 'Black Magic' so Brooke, Nina, and Shuga form 'The Mighty Tucks'. The queens then get taught magic tricks from magician Kyle Marlett. The next day on the main stage, the two groups perform their shows in front of the judges and a live audience,
The next day on the main stage, the runway category is 'Caftan Realness' and the queens each present their outfits. Ru and the judges then critique the girls and both Nina and Brooke are highly praised for both their outfits and performances. Shuga receives praise for being part of the best team but is critiqued for being overshadowed and Michelle criticises her caftan runway (which consisted of three looks). The other team receive varying levels of negative critiques for their performances but Yvie and Vanessa are particularly praised for their runways. Nina is then declared the winner of the challenge and Shuga and Vanessa are placed in the bottom two. The pair lipsync to "No More Drama" by Mary J. Blige; Vanjie wins the lip sync once again and Shuga is eliminated.
|142||11||"Bring Back My Queens!"||May 9, 2019|
For the mini challenge, the queens play a game called "Slap Out of It," where they antagnozie and fake slap one another. Brooke is deemed to have the best reactions to being slapped and is declared the winner. Immediately after the mini challenge, RuPaul brings back to the workroom six queens that were eliminated earlier in the competition -- Shuga, Plastique, Scarlet, Ariel, Honey, and Soju. RuPaul then describes the main challenge, where each of the remaining queens has to use her own drag aesthetic to makeover one of the eliminated queens as a member of her drag house. The eliminated queens have to wear large pink gloves during the makeover so they are prevented from doing their own makeup. RuPaul also explains that the eliminated queens would not be returning to the competition and that they are only present for this challenge. Since Brooke won the mini challenge, she won the right to pair the remaining and eliminated queens. She chooses Plastique for herself, then pairs Shuga with Nina, Honey with A'Keria, Scarlet with Yvie, Soju with Silky, and Ariel with Vanessa.
On the main stage, A'Keria, Brooke, and Vanessa receive positive comments for their respective makeovers, while Nina, Silky, and Yvie receive negative critiques. After the judges' critiques, RuPaul asks all of the queens (both the remaining and eliminated queens) which of the remaining queens deserves to go home and why. Seven of the queens say Silky should go home, while the other five say Yvie should. Brooke is declared the winner of the challenge while Nina and Silky are declared the bottom two. The pair lip syncs to "No Scrubs" by TLC; Silky wins the lip sync and Nina is sent home.
|143||12||"Queens Everywhere"||May 16, 2019|
Michelle tells the queens that this week they will have to each write their own rap verses to Ru's song "Queens Everywhere" and perform in the song's music video as well as take part in an interview with Ru and Michelle for their podcast "What's the Tee?". The queens each record their verses with Todrick Hall and are later choreographed by him. After each appearing on the podcast the queens take part in the one-take recording of the video, set in a club.
On the main stage, the queens present their 'Best Drag'. Ru then gets the queens to give advice to (pictures of) their younger selves. The judges then proceed to critique them on their performances. While all the queens receive mainly positive critiques for both their runways and performances, Vanessa is criticized for a disconnect in her performance, which was considered the weakest in the group, and Brooke is panned for lacking 'edge' and passion in the video recording. Ru announces that A'Keria, Silky, and Yvie all progress to the finale and places Brooke and Vanessa in the bottom two. The pair then lipsync to "Pride: A Deeper Love" by Aretha Franklin. Brooke wins the lip sync and joins A'Keria, Silky, and Yvie in the final four and Vanessa is eliminated from the competition.
|144||13||"Reunited"||May 23, 2019|
|145||14||"Grand Finale"||May 30, 2019|
|1||"Whatcha Unpackin?"||February 28, 2019||0.30||0.631|
|2||"Good God Girl, Get Out"||March 7, 2019||0.28||0.586|
|3||"Diva Worship"||March 14, 2019||0.26||0.539|
|4||"Trump: The Rusical"||March 21, 2019||0.28||0.598|
|5||"Monster Ball"||March 28, 2019||0.27||0.542|
|6||"The Dragylmpics"||April 4, 2019||0.31||0.627|
|7||"From Farm to Runway"||April 11, 2019||0.24||0.529|
|8||"Snatch Game at Sea"||April 18, 2019||0.25||0.534|
|9||"L.A.D.P.!"||April 25, 2019||0.25||0.534|
|10||"Dragracadabra"||May 2, 2019||0.26||0.498|
|11||"Bring Back My Queens!"||May 9, 2019||0.28||0.555|
|12||"Queens Everywhere"||May 16, 2019||0.26||0.564|
|13||"Reunited"||May 23, 2019||TBD||TBD|
|14||"Grand Finale"||May 30, 2019||TBD||TBD|
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