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RuPaul's Drag Race
Season 7
Broadcast from March 2 (2015-03-02) – June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01)
Judges
Host(s) RuPaul
Broadcaster Logo TV
Competitors 14
Finals venue Orpheum Theatre
Runtime 45 minutes
Winner
Violet Chachki
Violet Chachki at DragCon, April 2017.png
Origin Atlanta, Georgia
Runner-up
Chronology

The seventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race began airing on March 2, 2015.[1] RuPaul and Michelle Visage returned as judges, while the space previously occupied by Santino Rice was filled by new additions Ross Mathews and Carson Kressley.[1] Matthews and Kressley were only both present for the season premiere and took turns sharing judging responsibilities. Shawn Morales, a member of the Pit Crew since the third season and Simon Sherry-Wood, a member in the sixth season, did not appear this season and were replaced by Bryce Eilenberg. Like the previous two seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race, the season featured 14 contestants competing for the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar", a one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics and a cash prize of 100,000 dollars. The season premiere debuted with a live and same-day viewership of 350,000, a 20% increase from the previous season. On March 20, 2015, it was announced that LogoTV had given the series an early renewal for an eighth season.[2]

The theme song played during the runway segment every episode was "Sissy That Walk". Season 6 also featured "Sissy That Walk" as a runway song, making Season 7 the only season to reuse a runway song. The song played during the closing credits was "Fly Tonight", both songs from the album Born Naked.

The winner of the seventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race was Violet Chachki, with Ginger Minj and Pearl being the runners-up.

Ginger Minj and Katya competed on the second season of All Stars. Ginger placed 8th overall and Katya was runner-up with season 5 contestant Detox.

Kennedy Davenport and Trixie Mattel competed on the third season of All Stars. Kennedy was the runner-up, while Trixie won the competition.

Kandy Ho competed on the 2nd installment of the Chilean version of Drag Race titled The Switch Drag Race and finished in 8th Place.

Contestants[edit]

(Ages and names stated are at time of contest)

Contestant Name Age Hometown Outcome
Violet Chachki Jason Dardo 22 Atlanta, Georgia Winner
Ginger Minj Joshua Eads Brown[3] 29 Orlando, Florida Runner-up
Pearl Matthew James Lent 23 Brooklyn, New York
Kennedy Davenport Reuben Asberry Jr.[4] 33 Dallas, Texas 4th Place
Katya[a] Brian McCook 32 Boston, Massachusetts 5th Place
Trixie Mattel Brian Firkus 24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 6th Place[b]
Miss Fame Kurtis Dam-Mikkelsen 29 New York, New York 7th Place
Jaidynn Diore Fierce Christopher Williams[5] 25 Nashville, Tennessee 8th Place
Max Max Malanaphy[6] 22 Hudson, Wisconsin 9th Place
Kandy Ho Frank Diaz[7] 28 Cayey, Puerto Rico 10th Place
Mrs. Kasha Davis Ed Popil[8] 43 Rochester, New York 11th Place
Jasmine Masters Martell Robinson[9] 37 Los Angeles, California 12th Place
Sasha Belle Jared Breakenridge[10] 28 Iowa City, Iowa 13th Place
Tempest DuJour Patrick Holt[11] 46 Tucson, Arizona 14th Place
  1. ^ Yekaterina Petrovna Zamolodchikova is simply known as Katya on the show.
  2. ^ Trixie Mattel originally placed 11th before winning entry back into the competition.

Contestant progress[edit]

Contestant[a] 1[13] 2[14] 3[15] 4[16] 5[17] 6[18] 7[19] 8[20] 9[21] 10[22] 11[23] 12[24] 14[25]
Violet Chachki WIN HIGH LOW SAFE LOW SAFE SAFE HIGH LOW WIN WIN SAFE Winner
Ginger Minj SAFE WIN HIGH SAFE SAFE HIGH WIN BTM2 WIN BTM2 SAFE SAFE Runner-up
Pearl SAFE SAFE LOW BTM2 WIN SAFE SAFE WIN BTM2 SAFE SAFE SAFE Runner-up
Kennedy Davenport HIGH SAFE BTM2 WIN SAFE HIGH WIN SAFE HIGH SAFE BTM2 ELIM Guest
Katya SAFE BTM2 SAFE HIGH SAFE WIN HIGH HIGH HIGH WIN ELIM Miss C
Trixie Mattel SAFE SAFE HIGH ELIM WIN SAFE ELIM Guest
Miss Fame HIGH LOW HIGH SAFE SAFE LOW LOW LOW ELIM Guest
Jaidynn Diore Fierce SAFE SAFE HIGH HIGH SAFE BTM2 BTM2 ELIM Guest
Max SAFE SAFE WIN SAFE WIN SAFE ELIM OUT Guest
Kandy Ho BTM2 SAFE SAFE LOW BTM2 ELIM OUT Guest
Mrs. Kasha Davis SAFE HIGH HIGH SAFE ELIM OUT Guest
Jasmine Masters LOW SAFE ELIM OUT Guest
Sasha Belle LOW ELIM OUT Guest
Tempest DuJour ELIM OUT Guest
     The contestant won RuPaul's Drag Race.
     The contestants were the runners-up.
     The contestant was voted Miss Congeniality by viewers.
     The contestant won a 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 won entry back into the competition.
     The contestant came back for a chance to win re-entry into the competition and lost.
     The contestant was in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated.
     The contestant returned as a guest for the finale episode.

Lip-syncs[edit]

Episode Contestants Song Eliminated
1 Kandy Ho vs. Tempest DuJour "Geronimo"
(RuPaul ft. Lucian Piane)
Tempest DuJour
2 Katya vs. Sasha Belle "Twist of Fate"
(Olivia Newton-John)
Sasha Belle
3 Jasmine Masters vs. Kennedy Davenport "I Was Gonna Cancel"
(Kylie Minogue)
Jasmine Masters
4 Pearl vs. Trixie Mattel "Dreaming"
(Blondie)
Trixie Mattel
5 Kandy Ho vs. Mrs. Kasha Davis "Lovergirl"
(Teena Marie)
Mrs. Kasha Davis
6 Jaidynn Diore Fierce vs. Kandy Ho "Break Free"
(Ariana Grande ft. Zedd)
Kandy Ho
7 Jaidynn Diore Fierce vs. Max "No More Lies"
(Michel'le)
Max
8 Ginger Minj
(with Sasha Belle)
vs. Jaidynn Diore Fierce
(with Tempest DuJour)
"I Think We're Alone Now"
(Tiffany)
Jaidynn Diore Fierce
9 Miss Fame vs. Pearl "Really Don't Care"
(Demi Lovato ft. Cher Lloyd)
Miss Fame
10 Ginger Minj vs. Trixie Mattel "Show Me Love"
(Robin S.)
Trixie Mattel
11 Katya vs. Kennedy Davenport "Roar"
(Katy Perry)
Katya
12 Ginger Minj vs. Kennedy Davenport vs. Pearl vs. Violet Chachki "Born Naked"
(RuPaul ft. Clairy Browne)
Kennedy Davenport
     The contestant was eliminated after their first time in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated after their second time in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated after their third time in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated after the final lip sync of the season.

Guest judges[edit]

(In alphabetical order by stage name and/or last name)[26]

Special guests[edit]

Guests who appeared in episodes, but did not judge on the main stage.

Episode 1:

  • Alaska, runner-up of season 5
  • Mathu Andersen, photographer and makeup artist
  • Magnus Hastings, photographer

Episode 2:

  • Moby, musician
  • Jamal Sims, choreographer

Episode 7:

Episode 8:

Episode 10:

Episode 12:

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
801"Born Naked"March 2, 2015 (2015-03-02)

The fourteen queens of season seven arrive in the workroom and meet for the first time.

  • Guest Judge: Kathy Griffin
  • Alternating Judges: Ross Mathews and Carson Kressley
  • Mini-Challenge: Walk the runway showing off two looks; one from their spring collection, the other from their fall collection.
  • Maxi Challenge: Create a resort-wear tearaway to reveal a nude illusion.
  • Runway Theme: Nude Illusion
  • Challenge Winner: Violet Chachki
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: A gag-worthy supply of D-Koye, the product, hair care.
  • Bottom Two: Kandy Ho and Tempest DuJour
  • Lip Sync Song: "Geronimo" by RuPaul
  • Eliminated: Tempest DuJour
  • Farewell message: "Love yourself. Live your truth. You're never too old to dream. xoxo, Tempest"
812"Glamazonian Airways"March 9, 2015 (2015-03-09)

  • Guest Judges: Olivia Newton-John and Jordin Sparks
  • Alternating Judge: Carson Kressley
  • Mini-Challenge: Give face while the pit-crew blows them with a leaf blower with special guest Moby.
  • Mini-Challenge Winners: Ginger Minj and Trixie Mattel
  • Maxi Challenge: Perform a mash-up of spoken word and song for a pre-flight safety video for Glamazonian Airways.
  • Runway Theme: Jet Set Eleganza
  • Challenge Winner: Ginger Minj
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: Five-night luxury hotel accommodations courtesy of "My Gay Getaway".
  • Bottom Two: Katya and Sasha Belle
  • Lip Sync Song: "Twist of Fate" by Olivia Newton-John
  • Eliminated: Sasha Belle
  • Farewell message: "Love you, MEAN it! Ging for the win :)"
823"ShakesQueer"March 16, 2015 (2015-03-16)

  • Guest Judges: Mel B and Kat Dennings
  • Alternating Judge: Carson Kressley
  • Mini-Challenge: The queens dress up in their finest "granny drag" and dance with walkers and canes.
  • Mini-Challenge Winners: Kennedy Davenport and Max
  • Maxi Challenge: The queens "Hamlet it up" in two twisted Shakespeare classics: "MacBitch" and "Romy and Juliet"
  • Runway Theme: Bearded and Beautiful
  • Challenge Winner: Max
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: Two couture latex creations, courtesy of Syren Latex
  • Bottom Two: Jasmine Masters and Kennedy Davenport
  • Lip Sync Song: "I Was Gonna Cancel" by Kylie Minogue
  • Eliminated:Jasmine Masters
  • Farewell message: "Best of Luck Ladies, Luv Jasmine "
834"Spoof! (There It Is)"March 23, 2015 (2015-03-23)

  • Guest Judges: Jessica Alba and Lucian Piane
  • Alternating Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Maxi Challenge: Create a music video parody by writing lyrics, doing vocals, and shoot a music video to one of RuPauls' songs.
  • Runway Theme: Green
  • Challenge Winner: Kennedy Davenport
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: 3 year supply of essential family products from The Honest Company
  • Bottom Two: Pearl and Trixie Mattel
  • Lip Sync Song: "Dreaming" by Blondie
  • Eliminated: Trixie Mattel
  • Farewell Message: "Wear clown noses! Make fun of each other! Stay Plastic ♥ Trixie Mattel. P.S. Fame - I used your lipstick, sorry :)"
845"The DESPY Awards"March 30, 2015 (2015-03-30)

  • Guest Judges: Isaac Mizrahi
  • Alternating Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Mini-Challenge: Make their own paper versions of classic celebrity red carpet outfits, working in pairs assigned by Ru.
  • Mini-Challenge Winners: Katya and Mrs. Kasha Davis
  • Maxi Challenge: Come up with funny banter and take jabs at the other queens while presenting awards for different categories at the first ever DESPY Awards.
  • Challenge Winners: Max and Pearl
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: Custom jewel packages, courtesy of Fierce Drag Jewels
  • Bottom Two: Kandy Ho and Mrs. Kasha Davis
  • Lip Sync Song: "Lovergirl" by Teena Marie
  • Eliminated: Mrs. Kasha Davis
  • Farewell message: "Be good to yourself. Be good to one another. Love to the moon & back! xo MKD. (Go Ginger)"
856"Ru Hollywood Stories"April 6, 2015 (2015-04-06)

  • Guest Judges: Merle Ginsberg and Ariana Grande
  • Alternating Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Mini-Challenge: Gain points by selecting pit crew members while avoiding the one with a monster in his pants.
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Ginger Minj
  • Maxi Challenge: Reenact "Whatever Happened to Merle Ginsberg" from the point of view of Merle, RuPaul and Michelle Visage.
  • Runway Theme: Death becomes her
  • Challenge Winner: Katya
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: $2000 giftcard to FABRICplanet
  • Bottom Two: Jaidynn Diore Fierce and Kandy Ho
  • Lip Sync Song: "Break Free" by Ariana Grande
  • Eliminated: Kandy Ho
  • Farewell message: "Everything happens 4 a reason, pero la vida continua! Big things will come! Kandy Ho xoxo"
867"Snatch Game"April 13, 2015 (2015-04-13)

  • Guest Judge: Tamar Braxton and Michael Urie[27]
  • Alternating Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Maxi Challenge: Snatch Game
  • Runway Theme: Leather and Lace
  • Challenge Winner: Kennedy Davenport and Ginger Minj
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: Feather accessories from Mother Plucker
  • Bottom Two: Jaidynn Diore Fierce and Max
  • Lip Sync Song: "No More Lies" by Michel'le
  • Eliminated: Max
  • Farewell message: "Stay kind. Stay gracious. Stay humble. I love you, darlings. Xx Max"
878"Conjoined Queens"April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20)

  • Guest Judge: LeAnn Rimes and Nelsan Ellis[28]
  • Alternating Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Mini-Challenge: Recreate prison uniforms as "Orange is the new Drag" fashion looks with special guest Latrice Royale.
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Kennedy Davenport
  • Maxi Challenge: Create a conjoined twin makeover with a previously eliminated queen.
  • Challenge Winner: Pearl
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: A custom website by Square Space
  • Returned: Trixie Mattel
  • Bottom Two: Ginger Minj (with Sasha Belle) an Jaidynn Diore Fierce (with Tempest DuJour)
  • Lip Sync Song: "I Think We're Alone Now" by Tiffany
  • Eliminated: Jaidynn Diore Fierce
  • Farewell message:"Stay Fierce! Werq that puss! I love you all xoxo Jaidynn Diore Fierce ♥"
889"Divine Inspiration"April 27, 2015 (2015-04-27)

  • Guest Judge: Demi Lovato and John Waters
  • Alternating Judge: Carson Kressley
  • Mini-Challenge: Reading is fundamental
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Trixie Mattel
  • Maxi Challenge: Musical versions of John Waters' most iconic films.
  • Runway Theme: Ugliest Drag.
  • Challenge Winner: Ginger Minj
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: A hair collection by Weavin' Steven
  • Bottom Two: Miss Fame and Pearl
  • Lip Sync Song: "Really Don't Care" by Demi Lovato featuring Cher Lloyd
  • Eliminated: Miss Fame
  • Farewell message: "Continue to inspire. You are incredible! I love you. FAME."
8910"Prancing Queens"May 4, 2015 (2015-05-04)

  • Guest Judge: Alyssa Milano and Rachael Harris
  • Alternating Judge: Carson Kressley
  • Mini-Challenge: Create a "Fake Housewives of Drag Race" look using tape.
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Violet Chachki
  • Maxi Challenge: Dancing in a live drag dance spectacular.[29]
  • Runway Theme: Half Man, Half Queen
  • Challenge Winner: Katya and Violet Chachki
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: An original gown from Mountbatten Concepts and a gift card from Klein Epstein & Parker
  • Bottom Two: Ginger Minj and Trixie Mattel
  • Lip Sync Song: "Show Me Love" by Robin S.
  • Eliminated: Trixie Mattel
  • Farewell message: "WTF Just Happened?!? #GirlBye, Thx Pearl. Stay Plastic ♥ Spoiler Alert Trixie Mattel Doesn't Win LOL'"
9011"Hello, Kitty Girls!"May 11, 2015 (2015-05-11)

  • Guest Judge: Santino Rice and Rebecca Romijn
  • Alternating Judge: Carson Kressley
  • Mini-Challenge: Make a caricature of their own peers with a puppet
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Ginger Minj
  • Maxi Challenge: Create looks inspired by Hello Kitty and a new best friend for Hello Kitty
  • Challenge Winner: Violet Chachki
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: Hello Kitty Extravaganza Package
  • Bottom Two: Katya and Kennedy Davenport
  • Lip Sync Song: "Roar" by Katy Perry
  • Eliminated: Katya
  • Farewell message: "Девочки! Я вас люблю! If you need me, you know where to find me. (The dumpster out back) XOXO Katya AKA The Brooke Hogan of drag AKA Diarrhea Perlman ♥♥♥"
9112"And The Rest Is Drag"May 18, 2015 (2015-05-18)

  • Alternating Judges: Ross Mathews and Carson Kressley
  • Maxi Challenge: Star in the music video for RuPaul's single "Born Naked"
  • Lip Sync Song: "Born Naked" by RuPaul
  • Eliminated: Kennedy Davenport
9213"Countdown to the Crown"May 25, 2015 (2015-05-25)
This episode took a look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the season using various countdowns. The show included commentary from past contestants including Adore Delano, Alaska, Alyssa Edwards, Bianca Del Rio, Jinkx Monsoon, Jujubee, Latrice Royale, Raja, Raven and Sharon Needles.
9314"Grand Finale"June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01)

Wigs fly as the queens discuss the drama of the season. Plus, both "America's Next Drag Superstar" and "Miss Congeniality" are crowned

  • Miss Congeniality: Katya
  • Runners-up: Ginger Minj and Pearl
  • Winner of RuPaul's Drag Race Season Seven: Violet Chachki

Soundtrack[edit]

The trailers for this season featured clips the songs "Geronimo" and "Modern Love", both off the album Born Naked.[citation needed]

RuPaul Presents: CoverGurlz 2[edit]

RuPaul Presents: CoverGurlz 2
Compilation album by RuPaul
Released February 3, 2015 (2015-02-03)
Recorded 2014
Genre Dance
Length 54:32
Label World of Wonder
RuPaul chronology
Born Naked
(2014)Born Naked2014
CoverGurlz 2
(2015)
Realness
(2015)Realness2015

RuPaul Presents: CoverGurlz 2 is a 2015 compilation album by entertainer RuPaul, featuring the season 7 cast of his show RuPaul's Drag Race. The album was released digitally on February 3, 2015.[30]

Background[edit]

Similar to last season, the compilation consists of 14 covers of songs previously released by RuPaul, performed by all of the RuPaul's Drag Race season seven contestants. It features tracks originally from RuPaul's albums Born Naked, Glamazon, Red Hot, Starrbooty: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, SuperGlam DQ.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by RuPaul Charles and Lucian Piane, with the exception of tracks fifteen and sixteen, which were written solely by Charles himself.[citation needed]

No.TitleLength
1."New York City Beat" (featuring Michelle Visage)3:54
2."Throw Ya Hands Up" (featuring Kennedy Davenport)3:19
3."Freaky Money" (featuring Jasmine Masters)3:22
4."Can I Get an Amen" (featuring Kasha Davis)3:14
5."Drop That Pimp" (featuring Violet Chachki and Miles Davis Moody)2:39
6."Let the Music Play" (featuring Ginger Minj)4:32
7."Sweet Kandy of Mine" (featuring Kandy Ho)2:40
8."Drag U" (featuring Katya)3:05
9."Hey Booty" (featuring Pearl and Miles Davis Moody)2:49
10."Geronimo" (featuring Trixie Mattel)2:58
11."The Beginning" (featuring Jaidynn Diore Fierce)3:58
12."Call Me Starrbooty" (featuring Sasha Belle)3:15
13."Dance with U" (featuring MAX)3:58
14."Drag Race Theme" (featuring Miss Fame)3:07
15."Sissy That Walk" (featuring Tempest DuJour)3:26
16."Hollywood U.S.A." (featuring The PitCrew)4:16
Total length:54:32

Ratings[edit]

Episode no. Title Airdate Rating
(18–49)
Total viewers
1 "Born Naked" March 2, 2015 (2015-03-02) 0.19[31] 348,000[31]
2 "Glamazonian Airways" March 9, 2015 (2015-03-09) 0.21[32] 374,000[32]
3 "ShakesQueer" March 16, 2015 (2015-03-16) 0.15[33] 265,000[33]
4 "Spoof! (There It Is)" March 23, 2015 (2015-03-23) 0.18[34] 325,000[34]
5 "The DESPY Awards" March 30, 2015 (2015-03-30) 0.23[35] 404,000[35]
6 "Ru Hollywood Stories" April 6, 2015 (2015-04-06) 0.16[36] 285,000[36]
7 "Snatch Game" April 13, 2015 (2015-04-13) 0.19[37] 340,000[37]
8 "Conjoined Queens" April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20) 0.19[38] 367,000[38]
9 "Divine Inspiration" April 27, 2015 (2015-04-27) 0.17[39] 320,000[39]
10 "Prancing Queens" May 4, 2015 (2015-05-04) 0.16[40] 263,000[40]
11 "Hello, Kitty Girls!" May 11, 2015 (2015-05-11) 0.16[41] 266,000[41]
12 "And the Rest Is a Drag" May 18, 2015 (2015-05-18) 0.17[42] 310,000[42]
13 "Countdown to the Crown" May 25, 2015 (2015-05-25) 0.09[43] 229,000[43]
14 "Grand Finale" June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01) 0.18[44] 387,000[44]

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