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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars
Season 2
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Promotional poster for season two
Hosted byRuPaul
Judges
No. of contestants10
WinnerAlaska
Runner-up
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes9
Release
Original network
Original releaseAugust 25 (2016-08-25) –
October 27, 2016 (2016-10-27)
Season chronology
← Previous
Season 1
Next →
Season 3
List of episodes

The second season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars premiered on the Logo network on a new night; Thursday, August 25, 2016. Returning judges included RuPaul, Michelle Visage, with Carson Kressley joining the panel, while the space previously occupied by Ross Mathews was filled by Todrick Hall. Cast members were announced on June 17, 2016.[1] This season featured ten All-Star contestants, selected from the show's second season through to its seventh season, who competed to be inducted into the "Drag Race Hall of Fame".

A new twist was revealed for this season, changing the format of the show. In previous seasons, the bottom two queens had to "Lip-sync for their Life" to avoid elimination. This season had the top two performing queens of the challenge "Lip-sync for their Legacy," with the winner of the lip-sync earning $10,000 and choosing which one of the bottom queens gets eliminated. The prizes for the winner were a one-year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills cosmetics and a cash prize of $100,000. It is also the first All Stars season to feature Snatch Game, a challenge that debuted in the second season of the regular series.

The winner of the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars was Alaska, with Detox and Katya being the runners-up.

On May 26, 2021, it was announced that Ginger Minj would return for the sixth season of All Stars, marking the first time that an All Stars contestant (that didn’t compete on All Stars 1) came back for a second chance on All Stars.

Contestants

Ages, names, and cities stated are at time of filming.

Contestants of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars season 2 and their backgrounds
Contestant Age Hometown Original season Original placement Outcome
Alaska[a] 30 Los Angeles, California Season 5 Runner-up Winner
Detox[b] 30 Los Angeles, California Season 5 4th place Runners-up
Katya[c] 33 Boston, Massachusetts Season 7 5th place[d]
Roxxxy Andrews 31 Orlando, Florida Season 5 Runner-up 4th place
Alyssa Edwards 35 Dallas, Texas Season 5 6th place 5th place[e]
Tatianna 27 Washington, D.C. Season 2 4th place 6th place[f]
Phi Phi O'Hara 29 New York City, New York Season 4 Runner-up 7th place
Ginger Minj 31 Orlando, Florida Season 7 Runner-up 8th place
Adore Delano 25 Azusa, California Season 6 Runner-up 9th place[g]
Coco Montrese 41 Las Vegas, Nevada Season 5 5th place 10th place

Notes

  1. ^ Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 is referred to as Alaska on the show.
  2. ^ Detox Icunt is referred to as Detox on the show.
  3. ^ Yekaterina Petrovna Zamolodchikova is referred to as Katya on the show.
  4. ^ The contestant was voted Miss Congeniality during her original season.
  5. ^ Alyssa Edwards originally placed sixth before winning entry back into the competition.
  6. ^ Tatianna originally placed eighth before winning entry back into the competition.
  7. ^ Adore Delano quit the competition at the beginning of episode 2.

Contestant progress

Legend:

  Alaska won RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars season 2.
  Detox and Katya were the runners-up.
  WIN indicates that the contestant won the challenge and the Lip Sync for Your Legacy in that episode.
  TOP2 indicates that the contestant won the challenge in that episode, but lost the Lip Sync for Your Legacy.
  WIN indicates that the contestant won the challenge in that episode, but their teammate participated in the Lip Sync for Your Legacy.
  SAFE indicates that the contestant was declared safe by the judges in that episode.
  BTM (Bottom) indicates that the contestant was up for elimination in that episode.
  ELIM (Eliminated) indicates that the contestant was eliminated in that episode.
  QUIT indicates that the contestant quit the competition in that episode.
  OUT indicates that the contestant had a chance to win re-entry into the competition that week, but lost.
  Guest indicates that the contestant returned as a guest in that episode.
Progress of contestants including rank/position in each episode
Contestant Episode
1[2] 2[3] 3[4] 4[5] 5[6] 6[7] 7[8] 8[9] 9[10]
Alaska SAFE WIN SAFE WIN WIN WIN BTM Winner Guest
Detox SAFE BTM TOP2 SAFE WIN SAFE WIN Runner-up Guest
Katya SAFE TOP2 BTM BTM SAFE TOP2 TOP2 Runner-up Guest
Roxxxy Andrews WIN BTM SAFE BTM BTM BTM BTM Eliminated Guest
Alyssa Edwards SAFE SAFE WIN ELIM WIN SAFE ELIM Guest
Tatianna TOP2 ELIM WIN ELIM Guest
Phi Phi O'Hara BTM SAFE SAFE TOP2 ELIM
Ginger Minj SAFE SAFE ELIM OUT Guest
Adore Delano BTM QUIT Guest
Coco Montrese ELIM OUT Guest


Lip syncs

Legend:

  The contestant won the Lip Sync for the Crown and was declared the winner of the season.
  The contestant lost the Lip Sync for the Crown and placed as runner-up.
  The contestant was eliminated after their first time in the bottom.
  The contestant was eliminated after their second time in the bottom.


Episode Top All Stars
(Pick for elimination)
Song Winner(s) Up for elimination Eliminated
1[2] Roxxxy Andrews
(Coco)
vs. Tatianna
(Coco)
"Shake It Off"
(Taylor Swift)
Roxxxy Andrews Adore, Coco, Phi Phi Coco Montrese
2[3] Alaska
(Tatianna)
vs. Katya
(Tatianna)
"Le Freak"
(Chic)
Alaska Detox, Roxxxy, Tatianna Tatianna
3[4] Alyssa Edwards
(Ginger)
vs. Detox
(Katya)
"Tell It to My Heart"
(Taylor Dayne)
Alyssa Edwards Ginger, Katya Ginger Minj
4[5] Alaska
(Alyssa)
vs. Phi Phi O'Hara
(Alyssa)
"Got to Be Real"
(Cheryl Lynn)
Alaska Alyssa, Katya, Roxxxy Alyssa Edwards
5[6] Alyssa Edwards
(Phi Phi)
vs. Tatianna
(Phi Phi)
"Shut Up and Drive"
(Rihanna)
Alyssa Edwards Phi Phi, Roxxxy Phi Phi O'Hara
Tatianna
6[7] Alaska
(Tatianna)
vs. Katya
(Roxxxy)
"Cherry Bomb"
(Joan Jett and The Blackhearts)
Alaska Roxxxy, Tatianna Tatianna
7[8] Detox
(Alyssa)
vs. Katya
(Roxxxy)
"Step It Up"
(RuPaul ft. Dave Audé)
Detox Alaska, Alyssa,
Roxxxy
Alyssa Edwards
Episode Final All Stars Song Winner Eliminated
8[9] Alaska vs. Detox vs. Katya "If I Were Your Woman"
(Gladys Knight & the Pips)
Alaska Detox
Katya

Guest judges

Listed in chronological order:

Special guests

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

Episode 2

  • Raven, runner up from season two and season one of All Stars
  • Jujubee, contestant from season two and season one and five of All Stars
  • Shangela, contestant from season two and three and season three of All Stars
  • Bianca Del Rio, winner of season six

Episode 4

Episode 5

  • Chad Michaels, runner-up from season four and winner of season one of All Stars
  • Victoria "Porkchop" Parker, contestant from season one
  • Chelsea Peretti, actress and comedian
  • Akashia, contestant from season one
  • Jessica Wild, contestant from season two
  • Mystique Summers Madison, contestant from season two
  • Nicole Paige Brooks, contestant from season two
  • Sonique, contestant from season two and season six of All Stars
  • Alexis Mateo, contestant from season three and season one and five of All Stars
  • Mariah Paris Balenciaga, contestant from season three and season five of All Stars
  • Yara Sofia, contestant from season three and season one and six of All Stars
  • Jiggly Caliente, contestant from season four and season six of All Stars
  • Madame LaQueer, contestant from season four
  • Monica Beverly Hillz, contestant from season five
  • Vivienne Pinay, contestant from season five
  • Gia Gunn, contestant from season six and season four of All Stars
  • Kelly Mantle, contestant from season six
  • Laganja Estranja, contestant from season six
  • Trinity K. Bonet, contestant from season six and season six of All Stars
  • Vivacious, contestant on season six
  • Jaidynn Diore Fierce, contestant from season seven
  • Mrs. Kasha Davis, contestant from season seven

Episode 6

Episode 7

Episodes

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
71"All Star Talent Show Extravaganza"August 25, 2016 (2016-08-25)

10 all-stars enter the workroom. For the mini-challenge, the queens must read each other. Alaska wins this mini-challenge. For the main challenge, the queens must show off a talent in front of the judges and a live audience.

  • Adore Delano - Singing
  • Alaska - Singing
  • Alyssa Edwards - Variety
  • Coco Montrese - Dancing
  • Detox - Singing
  • Ginger Minj - Singing
  • Katya - Gymnastics
  • Phi Phi O'Hara - A Capella
  • Roxxxy Andrews - Burlesque
  • Tatianna - Spoken Word

On the runway, Ru shocks the queens, telling them that she will not be eliminated anyone this competition. Instead, the queens will eliminate each other. The top 2 queens of the challenge will lip-sync for their legacy. The winner of the lip-sync will then choose someone in the bottom to eliminate.

Alaska, Ginger Minj, Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna receive positive critiques, with Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna being the top two all stars of the week. Adore Delano, Coco Montrese and Phi Phi O'Hara receive negative critiques and are all up for elimination. Backstage, the queens talk about the challenge and what has happened.

Back on stage, Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna lip-sync to "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift. Roxxxy Andrews wins the lip-sync and decides to eliminate Coco Montrese from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Raven-Symoné
  • Mini-Challenge: Reading is Fundamental
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Alaska
  • Mini-Challenge Prize: $2,000 shopping spree to L.A. Eyeworks
  • Main Challenge: Show off their talent in front of the judges, a live audience, and their competitors
  • Winners: Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna
  • Main Challenge Prize: A collection of jewelry from Fierce Drag Jewels
  • Lip-sync Song: "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Roxxxy Andrews
  • Bottom Three: Adore Delano, Coco Montrese and Phi Phi O'Hara
  • Eliminated: Coco Montrese
  • Farewell Message: "WE ARE ALLSTARS! ♡ Coco Montrese"
82"All Stars Snatch Game"September 1, 2016 (2016-09-01)

The queens enter the workroom and Tatianna reveals she would have eliminated Coco Montrese from the competition, had she won the lip-sync. For this week's main challenge, the all-stars play the Snatch Game. Adore Delano decides to take herself out of the competition, after not feeling like this competition is best for her at this moment. Jujubee and Raven star as guest judges. The cast consisted of:

On the runway, category is Latex Eleganza. Alaska, Katya and Phi Phi O'Hara receive positive critiques, with Alaska and Katya being the top two all-stars of the week. Detox, Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna receive negative critiques and are all up for elimination.

Back on stage, Alaska and Katya lip-sync to "Le Freak" by Chic. Alaska wins the lip-sync and decides to eliminate Tatianna from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Main Challenge: Impersonate celebrities in the Snatch Game
  • Quit: Adore Delano
  • Runway Theme: Latex Eleganza
  • Winners: Alaska and Katya
  • Main Challenge Prize: Two VIP tickets to Cirque du Soleil cabaret "Zumanity", including airfare and accommodations.
  • Lip-sync Song: "Le Freak" by Chic
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Alaska
  • Bottom Three: Detox, Roxxxy Andrews, and Tatianna
  • Eliminated: Tatianna
  • Farewell Message: "Thank You! ♡ Tati"
93"HERstory of the World"September 8, 2016 (2016-09-08)

The queens enter the workroom and Katya reveals she would have eliminated Tatianna from the competition, had she won the lip-sync. For this week's main challenge, the queens will perform a lip-syncing dance number inspired by legendary historical women.

On the runway, category is Future of Drag. Alyssa Edwards and Detox are announced as the top two all-stars of the week. Ginger Minj and Katya are announced as the bottom two all-stars of the week.

Back on stage, Alyssa Edwards and Detox lip-sync to "Tell It To My Heart" by Taylor Dayne. Alyssa Edwards win the lip-sync and decides to eliminated Ginger Minj from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Jeremy Scott
  • Main Challenge: Perform a lip-syncing dance number inspired by legendary historical women
  • Runway Theme: Future of Drag
  • Winners: Alyssa Edwards and Detox
  • Main Challenge Prize: A three-night getaway to Palm Springs, California
  • Lip-sync Song: "Tell It To My Heart" by Taylor Dayne
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Alyssa Edwards
  • Bottom Two: Ginger Minj and Katya
  • Eliminated: Ginger Minj
  • Farewell Message: "If men can look this good, there's no excuse for ugly women! ♡ The Minj"
104"Drag Movie Shequels"September 15, 2016 (2016-09-15)

The queens enter the workroom and Detox reveals she would have eliminated Katya from the competition, had she won the lip-sync. For the main challenge, the queens will pair up and act in a parody movie sequel from one of RuPaul's favorite movies. Alaska and Alyssa Edwards act in Wha' Ha' Happened To Baby JJ. Detox and Katya act in Velma and Weezy. Phi Phi O'Hara and Roxxxy Andrews act in Showsquirrels.

On the runway, category is Two Looks in One. Alaska and Phi Phi O'Hara are revealed to be the top two all-stars of the week. Alyssa Edwards, Katya and Roxxxy Andrews are the bottom three queens of the week.

Back on stage, Alaska and Phi Phi O'Hara lip-sync to "Got to Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn. Alaska wins the lip-sync and decides to eliminate Alyssa Edwards from the competition.

Back in the workroom, Phi Phi O'Hara reveals she would have eliminated Alyssa Edwards from the competition, if she won the lip-sync. She starts to talk about a number of negative things about Alyssa, when suddenly, behind the mirror, a light appears, revealing Coco Montrese, Tatianna, Ginger Minj and Alyssa Edwards, and the episode ends in a cliffhanger.

  • Guest Judge: Nicole Scherzinger
  • Main Challenge: Act in a parody movie sequel from one of RuPaul's favorite movies
  • Runway Theme: Two Looks in One
  • Winners: Alaska and Phi Phi O'Hara
  • Main Challenge Prize: A $1,000 shopping spree to Fabric Planet
  • Lip-sync Song: "Got to Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Alaska
  • Bottom Three: Alyssa Edwards, Katya, and Roxxxy Andrews
  • Eliminated: Alyssa Edwards
  • Farewell Message: "ITS NOT Personell (sic)...its DRAG! PS Log Off Always & Forever Alyssa E 💋"
115"Revenge of the Queens"September 22, 2016 (2016-09-22)

The eliminated queens, Coco Montrese, Tatianna, Ginger Minj and Alyssa Edwards then enter the workroom. RuPaul then says that they will have a chance to return to the competition. For the main challenge, the eliminated queens will be paired up with a remaining queen and they will perform a live stand-up comedy act in front of the judges and an audience of drag queens. Alyssa chooses Alaska, Ginger chooses Katya, Tatianna chooses Detox, and Coco chooses Phi Phi. Roxxxy is alone, and will be the narrator.

On the runway, Alyssa & Alaska and Tatianna & Detox are the top two teams, with Alyssa and Tatianna lip-syncing to return to the competition. Phi Phi O'Hara and Roxxxy Andrews are the bottom two queens. Ru then announces that whoever wins the lip-sync, will have the power to eliminate a remaining queen in the bottom two.

Back on stage, Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna lip-sync to "Shut Up and Drive" by Rihanna. Both Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna win the lip-sync and both return to the competition. They then both choose Phi Phi O'Hara to eliminate from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Ross Mathews
  • Main Challenge: Perform a live stand-up comedy act in front of an audience of drag queens
  • Winners: Alaska & Alyssa Edwards and Detox & Tatianna
  • Top Two: Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna
  • Main Challenge Prize: Couture Gown from SNL Designs
  • Lip-sync Song: "Shut Up and Drive" by Rihanna
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna
  • Returned: Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna
  • Out: Coco Montrese and Ginger Minj
  • Bottom Two: Phi Phi O'Hara and Roxxxy Andrews
  • Eliminated: Phi Phi O'Hara
  • Farewell Message: "I wanted to avoid hugs because of tears! LOVE YOU ALL! "Jump in a car!" - Phi Phi"
126"Drag Fish Tank"September 29, 2016 (2016-09-29)

For this week's mini-challenge, the queens will participate in a beastly golf challenge. Alaska wins the mini-challenge. For the main challenge, the queens will market and design drag-influenced products.

  • Alaska - Alaska Thunderfun Fashion Tape
  • Alyssa Edwards - Drop Dead Gorgeous Energy Drink
  • Detox - Detox's Talking Trash Receptacle
  • Katya - Krisis Kontrol by Katya
  • Roxxxy Andrews - Roxxxy's Wig Tricks Instructional DVD + Roxxxy Andrew's Extra-Tacky Wig Glue!
  • Tatianna - Spill the Tea... with Tati Designer Tea Set

On the runway, category is Pants. Alaska and Katya are the top two all-stars of the week. Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna are the bottom two all-stars of the week.

Back on stage, Alaska and Katya lip-sync to "Cherry Bomb" by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. Alaska wins the lip-sync and chooses Tatianna to eliminate from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Graham Norton
  • Mini-Challenge: Beastly Golf Challenge
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Alaska
  • Mini-Challenge Prize: A $2,000 prize package from Klein Epstein and Parker
  • Main Challenge: Market and design drag-influenced products
  • Runway Theme: Pants
  • Winners: Alaska and Katya
  • Main Challenge Prize: Receive a custom wig wardrobe from Weaven Steven, and have their merchandise sold at RuPaul's Drag Con
  • Lip-sync Song: "Cherry Bomb" by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Alaska
  • Bottom Two: Roxxxy Andrews and Tatianna
  • Eliminated: Tatianna
  • Farewell Message: "Had a BLAST! I Love you ALL! They got me Gurl! Lol Thankx! ♡ Tati"
137"Family That Drags Together"October 6, 2016 (2016-10-06)

Back in the workroom, Katya reveals she would have eliminated Roxxxy Andrew's from the competition, had she won the lip-sync. For the main challenge, the queens must makeover one of their family members.

On the runway, Detox and Katya are revealed to be the top two all-stars. Alaska, Alyssa Edwards and Roxxxy Andrews are the bottom three all-stars.

Back stage, Alaska has a huge tantrum, which makes the other queens question if she should stay or not.

Back on stage, Detox and Katya lip-sync to "Step It Up" by RuPaul. Detox wins the lip-sync and emotionally eliminates Alyssa Edwards from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Aubrey Plaza
  • Main Challenge: Dress one of their family members and decide what their drag name would be
  • Winners: Detox and Katya
  • Main Challenge Prize: Receive a $2,000 gift certificate from Marc Jacobs
  • Lip-sync Song: "Step It Up" by RuPaul
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Detox
  • Bottom Three: Alaska, Alyssa Edwards, and Roxxxy Andrews
  • Eliminated: Alyssa Edwards
  • Farewell Message: "Imagine, create & inspire! ♡ you all! Always & forever, Alyssa Edwards, All Stars."
148"All Stars Supergroup"October 13, 2016 (2016-10-13)

Back in the workroom, Katya reveals she would have chosen to eliminated Roxxxy Andrews from the competition, had she won the lip-sync. For the final main challenge, the queens will write original rap lyrics and perform them to RuPaul's new diss track "Read U Wrote U".

On stage, the queens walk the runway in their best drag. Roxxxy Andrews is eliminated from the competition. Alaska, Detox and Katya then lip-sync to "If I Were Your Woman" by Gladys Knight & the Pips. Alaska is revealed to be the winner, leaving Detox and Katya as the runners-up.

  • Main Challenge: Write original rap lyrics for Ru's diss track "Read U Wrote U" (an interpolation of Annette Peacock's "I'm the One") and perform as the ultimate girl group
  • Eliminated: Roxxxy Andrews
  • Final Three: Alaska, Detox, and Katya
  • Lip-sync Song: "If I Were Your Woman" by Gladys Knight & the Pips
  • Runners-up: Detox and Katya
  • Winner of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season Two: Alaska
159"Reunited"[11]October 27, 2016 (2016-10-27)
The queens from season 2 of Rupaul's Drag Race All Stars, minus Phi Phi O'Hara, reunite to discuss the season's events.

Reception

The second season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars was met with critical acclaim and is generally considered to be the best season in the show's history. Vox described the season as "the best — and most self-aware" season of Drag Race.[12] Gay Times ranked it as the number-one season, specifically shouting out Alyssa Edwards and Tatianna's lipsync to "Shut Up and Drive" as a standout moment, also describing the season as having the "best cast in the show's HERstory".[13] Elite Daily ranked it as the second-best season, behind only season four.[14] Ryan Shea of Instinct also ranked it as the second-best season, describing Alaska's win as "triumphant".[15] Additional praise was given to Alaska's win, with Entertainment Weekly ranking her as the third-best RuPaul's Drag Race winner, only behind Trixie Mattel and Bianca Del Rio in 2018.[16] In a 2020 GoldDerby forum, fans voted Alaska as the favorite All Star winner, receiving over 40% of the votes.[17]

Ratings

Episode no. Title Airdate Logo Viewers
Logo Ratings
(18-49)
VH1 Viewers
VH1 Ratings
(18-49)
Total Viewers
1 "All Star Talent Show Extravaganza" August 25, 2016 (2016-08-25) 283,000[18] 0.14[18] 301,000[18] 0.13[18] 584,000[18]
2 "All Stars Snatch Game" September 1, 2016 (2016-09-01) 240,000[19] 0.12[19] 385,000[19] 0.18[19] 625,000[19]
3 "HERstory Of The World" September 8, 2016 (2016-09-08) 230,000[20] 0.12[20] 258,000[20] 0.12[20] 484,000[20]
4 "Drag Movie Shequels" September 15, 2016 (2016-09-15) 226,000[21] 0.12[21] 335,000[21] 0.14[21] 561,000[21]
5 "Revenge of the Queens" September 22, 2016 (2016-09-22) 386,000[22] 0.21[22] N/A[23] N/A[23] 386,000[22]
6 "Drag Fish Tank" September 29, 2016 (2016-09-29) 292,000[24] 0.17[24] 313,000[24] 0.15[24] 605,000[24]
7 "Family That Drags Together" October 6, 2016 (2016-10-06) 266,000[25] 0.14[25] 270,000[25] 0.13[25] 536,000[25]
8 "All Stars Supergroup" October 13, 2016 (2016-10-13) 243,000[26] 0.14[26] 303,000[26] 0.12[26] 546,000[26]
9 "Reunited" October 27, 2016 (2016-10-27) 166,000[27] 0.09[27] N/A N/A N/A

See also

References

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