RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (season 4)
|RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars|
|Broadcast from||December 14, 2018 –|
February 15, 2019
|Monét X Change|
Trinity The Tuck
|Origin||The Bronx, New York|
The fourth season of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars was announced by VH1 on August 22, 2018. Prior to the official announcement, RuPaul confirmed in an episode of his podcast What's the Tee?, that filming for the fourth season was underway. Season 3 winner Trixie Mattel, with special guests Katya Zamolodchikova and Detox, hosted a special, Trixie's Playhouse, to announce the cast for the fourth season. It was originally scheduled to air on November 8, 2018, but was postponed to the following day due to the Thousand Oaks shooting.
The drag queens who competed for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame are:
(Ages and names stated are correct at time of contest.)
|Contestant||Name||Age||Hometown||Original season(s)||Original placement(s)||Outcome|
|Monét X Change||Kevin Bertin||28||The Bronx, New York||Season 10||6th Place[a]||Winners|
|Trinity The Tuck[b]||Ryan Taylor||33||Orlando, Florida||Season 9||3rd/4th Place|
|Monique Heart||Kevin Richardson||32||Kansas City, Missouri||Season 10||8th Place||3rd/4th Place|
|Naomi Smalls||Davis Heppenstall||24||Chicago, Illinois||Season 8||Runner-up|
|Latrice Royale||Timothy Wilcots||46||South Beach, Florida||Season 4||4th Place[a]||5th Place[c]|
|All Stars 1||7th/8th Place|
|Manila Luzon||Karl Westerberg||37||Los Angeles, California||Season 3||Runner-up||6th Place|
|All Stars 1||7th/8th Place|
|Valentina||James Andrew Leyva||27||Echo Park, California||Season 9||7th Place[a]||7th Place|
|Gia Gunn||Gia Ichikawa||28||Los Angeles, California||Season 6||10th Place||8th Place|
|Farrah Moan||Cameron Clayton||24||Los Angeles, California||Season 9||8th Place||9th Place|
|Jasmine Masters||Martell Robinson||41||Los Angeles, California||Season 7||12th Place||10th Place|
- This contestant was voted Miss Congeniality during her original season.
- Trinity Taylor is referred to as Trinity The Tuck from the start of this season.
- Latrice Royale originally placed 7th before winning re-entry into the competition.
|Monét X Change||LOW||WIN||SAFE||BTM2||WIN||SAFE||SAFE||WIN||BTM3||Winner|
|Trinity The Tuck||WIN||SAFE||WIN||SAFE||BTM4||SAFE||WIN||SAFE||WIN||Winner|
- The contestant won RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.
- The contestant was eliminated without lip-syncing entirely.
- The contestant won the challenge and won the "Lip Sync for Your Legacy."
- The contestant won the challenge but lost the "Lip Sync for Your Legacy."
- The contestant won their lip sync in the LaLaPaRUza and stayed in the competition.
- The contestant had a chance to return, won their lip sync in the LaLaPaRUza, and re-entered the competition.
- The contestant had a chance to return to the competition but lost their lip sync in the LaLaPaRUza, and was eliminated again.
- 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 in the bottom and eligible for elimination.
- The contestant was eliminated.
(Pick for Elimination)
|Song||Winner(s)||Up for Elimination||Eliminated|
|vs.||Trinity The Tuck
|Trinity The Tuck||Farrah Moan
|2||Monét X Change
|vs.||Trinity The Tuck
|"How Will I Know"
|Manila Luzon||Gia Gunn
(Monét X Change)
|"The Bitch Is Back"
|Monique Heart||Latrice Royale
Monét X Change
|vs.||Monét X Change
|"Jump to It"
& Monét X Change
Trinity The Tuck
|6||Jasmine Masters||vs.||Trinity The Tuck||"Peanut Butter"
(RuPaul ft. Big Freedia)
|Trinity The Tuck||N/A||Jasmine Masters|
|Farrah Moan||vs.||Valentina||"Kitty Girl"
|Gia Gunn||vs.||Naomi Smalls||"Adrenaline"
|Naomi Smalls||Gia Gunn|
|Latrice Royale||vs.||Monique Heart||"Sissy That Walk"
& Monique Heart
|vs.||Trinity The Tuck
|"You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)"
(Dead or Alive)
|Latrice Royale||Naomi Smalls
|8||Monét X Change
|"Come Rain or Come Shine"
|Naomi Smalls||Latrice Royale
|vs.||Trinity The Tuck
|"When I Think of You"
|Trinity The Tuck||Latrice Royale
Monét X Change
|10||Monét X Change||vs.||Trinity The Tuck||"Fighter"
|Monét X Change
& Trinity The Tuck
- 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 losing their lip sync in the LaLaPaRUza.
- In episode 5, RuPaul declared after the lip sync that All Star rules would be temporarily suspended and nobody would be going home.
Guest judges for this season include:
- Jenifer Lewis, actress, comedian, singer, and activist
- Ciara, singer-songwriter, dancer, and model
- Kacey Musgraves, singer-songwriter
- Gus Kenworthy, freestyler skier
- Keiynan Lonsdale, actor, singer-songwriter, and dancer
- Erica Ash, actress, comedian, singer, and model
- Zoë Kravitz, actress, singer, and model
- Cecily Strong, actress and comedian
- Yvette Nicole Brown, actress, voice actress, and comedian
- Rita Ora, singer-songwriter and actress
- Susanne Bartsch, event producer
- Ellen Pompeo, actress, director, and producer
- Frances Bean Cobain, visual artist and model
- Felicity Huffman, actress
- Jason Wu, artist and fashion designer
- Todrick Hall, actor and singer
Guests who appeared in episodes but did not judge on the main stage (in order of appearance):
- Stacy Layne Matthews, contestant from season 3
- Leland, singer-songwriter, composer, and record producer
- Freddy Scott, composer and actor
- Stacy Layne Matthews
- Elton John, singer-songwriter and composer
- Lady Bunny, drag queen
- Stacy Layne Matthews
- Chad Michaels, runner up of season four and winner of the first season of All Stars
- Alaska, runner up of season five and winner of the second season of All Stars
- Trixie Mattel, contestant on season seven and winner of the third season of All Stars
|Title||Original air date|
|24||1||"All Star Super Queen Variety Show"||December 14, 2018|
Eight formerly eliminated queens from past seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race enter the workroom to win a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame, and a cash prize of $100,000. Upon entering the room, RuPaul introduces team Latrila (Latrice Royale and Manila Luzon from All Stars 1) making them the first contestants to return after previously competing on an All Stars season.For the mini-challenge, the queens are asked to roast each other in the show's Reading is Fundamental; Latrice wins the mini-challenge. For the maxi-challenge, the queens participate in an All Star Variety Show; Farrah Moan performs burlesque, Gia Gunn performs kabuki, Jasmine Masters does a stand-up comedy routine, Latrice does a colorguard performance, Manila does a live painting performance, whilst Monét X Change, Monique Heart, Naomi Smalls, Trinity The Tuck, and Valentina do a mixture of lip sync and singing performances.
On the main stage, Gia, Latrice, Manila, and Valentina are declared safe. Monique, Naomi, and Trinity receive positive critiques from the judges for their performances, with Monique and Trinity being selected as the top two All Stars of the week; Naomi is declared safe. Farrah, Jasmine, and Monét are criticized for their performances, with Farrah noticeably falling over during her performance. Farrah and Jasmine are placed in the bottom two, and Monét is declared safe. Monique and Trinity lip sync against each other to Mariah Carey's "Emotions"; Trinity wins the lip sync and eliminates Jasmine.
|25||2||"Super Girl Groups, Henny"||December 21, 2018|
The queens audition for RuPaul's new supergroup, “Henny!” and must write lyrics and perform choreographed numbers, featuring Drag Race legend, Stacy Layne Matthews. Trinity the Tuck and Monique Heart as the previous challenge winners are declared as team leaders. Team Everybody Say Love consists of Monét X Change, Naomi Smalls, and Farrah Moan, captained by Monique. Team Don’t Funk It Up consists of Valentina, Manila Luzon, Latrice Royale, and Gia Gunn, captained by Trinity.
On the main stage, category is ‘Eleguence After Dark’. Gia, Latrice, and Trinity are declared safe. Naomi, Valentina, and Monét all receive positive critiques for their performances and runways. Manila, Farrah, and Monique all receive negative feedback on the performance, although Luzon and Moan receive high praise on their runways. Manila and Naomi are declared safe, Valentina and Monét as the top two of the week, and Farrah and Monique as the bottom. Valentina and Monét lip sync to "Into You" by Ariana Grande; Valentina wins the lip sync and eliminates Farrah Moan.
|26||3||"Snatch Game of Love"||December 28, 2018|
The queens compete in Snatch Game, but with a romantic twist, they must impersonate celebrities to win the hearts of two bachelors. Playing for Gus Kenworthy’s heart is Monét X Change as Whitney Houston, Naomi Smalls as Wendy Williams, Trinity the Tuck as Caitlyn Jenner, and Valentina as Eartha Kitt with Trinity being selected as the winner by Kenworthy. Playing for Keiynan Londsdale’s heart is Monique Heart as Tiffany Haddish, Manila Luzon as Barbra Streisand, Gia Gunn as Jenny Bui, and Latrice Royale as Della Reese with Luzon being selected as the winner by Londsdale.
On the main stage, category is ‘Boots the House Down’. Monét and Monique are declared safe. Naomi, Trinity, and Manila were declared the tops of the week, leaving Gia, Latrice, and Valentina as the bottoms. Naomi, Trinity, and Manila are highly praised for their performance in the Snatch Game of Love, with Trinity and Manila also being praised for their runway looks and Naomi receiving mixed reviews. In the bottom, Latrice is praised for her runway look with Gia and Valentina receiving mixed reviews. Gia is also criticised for distracting Latrice in the Snatch Game of Love. Latrice and Naomi are declared safe, Trinity and Manila as the top two of the week, and Gia and Valentina as the bottom two. Trinity and Manila lipsynched to "How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston and Manila is declared the winner and eliminates Gia Gunn.
|27||4||"Jersey Justice"||January 4, 2019|
The queens are tasked to improvise as New Jersey litigants for a daytime courtroom reality show, with Michelle Visage as judge. The first team is Manila and Naomi in a dispute about a botched makeover. Second up is Latrice, Monét, and Monique in a dispute about an insulting cake. The last team is Trinity and Valentina in an identity dispute about Snooki.
On the main stage, category is ‘Curves and Swerves, Padded for the Gods’. All of the queens received positive feedback for their runway, except for Valentina who received mixed reviews. Monique and Manila received high praise for their challenge performances, with Naomi, Trinity, and Valentina receiving mixed reviews for not doing enough to stand out. Monét and Latrice received negative reviews for being overshadowed by Monique and were declared as the bottom two. Naomi, Trinity, and Valentina were declared safe with Monique and Manila as the tops of the week. After a special message from Sir Elton John, they lip synch to "The Bitch is Back" by Tina Turner; Monique won and eliminated Latrice Royale.
|28||5||"Roast in Peace"||January 11, 2019|
The remaining queens take part in a comedy roast of Lady Bunny, RuPaul's twisted sister and drag legend. Monique chooses the order the queens perform as she won the lipsync the week previously. Monét X Change kicks of the roast followed by Trinity The Tuck, Monique Heart, Naomi Smalls, Valnetina, and Manila Luzon.
On the main stage, Manila and Monét are highly praised for their performances and while Monique receives some praise she and the remaining four queens are placed in the bottom. Manila and Monet lipsync to "Jump to It" by Aretha Franklin, with both being declared winners. RuPaul announces that All Star rules are 'temporarily suspended' and no one goes home. The queens then enter the workroom and see a message from RuPaul telling them to get ready to lipsync for their 'life, life, life, life'. Lady Bunny appears in the mirror telling them to turn around and they are then greeted by Latrice Royale, Gia Gunn, Farrah Moan, and Jasmine Masters in their funeral looks.
|29||6||"LaLaPaRUza"||January 18, 2019|
The queens take part in a lipsync tournament allowing the eliminated girls to gain re-entry into the competition. Monét and Manila are immune as they won the previous week and the bottom queens face off against the eliminated girls. The eliminated queens get to pick who they lipsync against starting with Latrice and going in reverse elimination order. Latrice selects Monique, Gia chooses Naomi, Farrah picks Valentina, and Jasmine is left with Trinity.
Jasmine and Trinity lipsync to "Peanut Butter" with Trinity winning. Valentina wins against Farrah when they lipsync to "Kitty Girl", and Naomi defeats Gia when they perform to "Adrenaline". In the final lipsync Monique faces Latrice to "Sissy That Walk" and both win allowing Latrice to re-enter the competition.
|30||7||"Queens of Clubs"||January 25, 2019|
The queens are tasked with coming up with ideas for night clubs, decorating the club space, and hosting a club night. Latrice chooses the teams and pairs Monét with Monique and Valentina with Naomi, leaving her with Trinity and Manila. Monét and Monique create a space themed club called "Black Hole", Valentina and Naomi's club is called "Club 96", and Trinity, Manila, and Latrice host a bee themed club called "The Hive".
On the main stage, the category is Plastique Fantastique. Trinity, Latrice, and Manila receive high praise for "The Hive" and their runway looks. Monét and Monique also receive high praise for their space/alien themed club and their runways attract mostly positive comments but Monique's outfit is critiqued for being too simple. Valentina and Naomi are negatively critiqued for their club night and their runway looks garner mixed feedback from the judges. Manila, Monét and Monique are declared safe. Trinity and Latrice are declared the top two of the week and Valentina and Naomi are placed in the bottom. Latrice and Trinity lipsync to "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" by Dead or Alive. Latrice wins the lip sync and eliminates Valentina.
|31||8||"RuPaul's Best Judy's Race"||February 1, 2019|
The episode is a homage to Judy Garland queens are tasked with making over the most important men in their lives, dubbed "their best Judys", either their partners or their best friends, to perform a lipsync to a Garland-inspired song, and to create characters and costumes for them in the runway. Manila and Latrice receive negative critiques and are up for elimination. Monet, Trinity, Naomi and Monique receive positive critiques, with Trinity and Monique declared safe and Monet and Naomi named the winners. They lipsync to Come Rain or Come Shine by Judy Garland. Naomi is declared the winner and eliminates Manila.
|32||9||"Sex and the Kitty Girl"||February 8, 2019|
|33||10||"Super Queen Grand Finale"||February 15, 2019|
|1||"All Star Super Queen Variety Show"||December 14, 2018||0.23||0.513|
|2||"Super Girl Groups, Henny"||December 21, 2018||0.23||0.510|
|3||"Snatch Game of Love"||December 28, 2018||0.25||0.632|
|4||"Jersey Justice"||January 4, 2019||0.24||0.488|
|5||"Roast in Peace"||January 11, 2019||0.23||0.512|
|6||"LaLaPaRUza"||January 18, 2019||0.25||0.566|
|7||"Queens of Clubs"||January 25, 2019||0.29||0.647|
|8||"RuPaul's Best Judy's Race"||February 1, 2019||0.25||0.542|
|9||"Sex and the Kitty Girl"||February 8, 2019||0.27||0.549|
|10||"Super Queen Grand Finale"||February 15, 2019||TBD||TBD|
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