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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars
Season 5
Drag-Race-All-Stars-S5.jpeg
Promotional poster for season five
Hosted byRuPaul
Judges
No. of contestants10
WinnerShea Couleé
Runner-upJujubee
Miz Cracker
Companion showRuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked!
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes8
Release
Original networkVH1
Original releaseJune 5, 2020 (2020-06-05)
Season chronology
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List of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars episodes

The fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars was announced by VH1 on August 19, 2019.[1][2]

It was announced on February 20, 2020 on the show's official Twitter account that the season would premiere on June 5, 2020 on Showtime.[3] Following the cast announcement on May 8, 2020, producers announced that the show would air on VH1 instead of Showtime due to the COVID-19 pandemic which caused "various scheduling and programming adjustments".[4]

The official trailer announced a change in the elimination rules: Unlike seasons 2, 3 and 4 of All Stars, each week a single challenge winner is named. The winning queen will lip sync for her legacy against a guest Lip Sync Assassin from a previous season; if the challenge winner wins the lip sync, she will get the power to eliminate one of the queens in the bottom and win a $10,000 prize, and if the Assassin wins, the eliminated queen will be determined after a majority vote by the rest of the contestants, and the $10,000 prize will carry over to further episodes until a contestant wins the lip sync.

The winner of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars receives a one year supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills Cosmetics and a cash prize of $100,000.

This season is the first All Stars season since All Stars 1 to have an Untucked aftershow.

The winner of the fifth season of All-Stars was Shea Couleé, with Jujubee and Miz Cracker as runners-up.

Contestants

(Ages and names stated are at time of contest.)

Contestants of All Stars 5 and their backgrounds
Contestant Age Hometown Original season(s) Original placement(s) Outcome
Shea Couleé 30 Chicago, Illinois Season 9 3rd/4th Place Winner
Jujubee 34 Boston, Massachusetts Season 2 3rd Place Runner-up
All Stars 1 3rd/4th Place
Miz Cracker 35 Harlem, New York Season 10 5th Place
Blair St. Clair 24 Washington, D.C. Season 10 9th Place 4th Place
Alexis Mateo 39 Las Vegas, Nevada Season 3 3rd Place 5th Place
All Stars 1 5th/6th Place
India Ferrah 33 Las Vegas, Nevada Season 3 10th Place 6th Place
Mayhem Miller 37 Riverside, California Season 10 10th Place 7th Place
Mariah Paris Balenciaga 37 Los Angeles, California Season 3 9th Place 8th Place
Ongina 37 Los Angeles, California Season 1 5th Place 9th Place
Derrick Barry 35 Las Vegas, Nevada Season 8 5th Place 10th Place

Contestant progress

Progress of contests including rank/position in each episode[5]
Contestant 1 2 3 4 5[a] 6 7 8
Shea Couleé SAFE WIN BTM3 SAFE WIN BTM4 BTM3 Winner
Jujubee SAFE HIGH WIN HIGH BTM5 BTM4 BTM3 Runner-up
Miz Cracker HIGH SAFE SAFE WIN BTM5 WIN WIN Runner-up
Blair St. Clair SAFE HIGH HIGH SAFE BTM5 BTM4 ELIM Guest
Alexis Mateo HIGH SAFE SAFE SAFE BTM5 ELIM Guest
India Ferrah WIN BTM3 BTM3 BTM2 ELIM Guest
Mayhem Miller BTM2 SAFE HIGH ELIM Guest
Mariah Paris Balenciaga SAFE BTM3 ELIM Guest
Ongina LOW ELIM Guest
Derrick Barry ELIM Guest
     The contestant won RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.
     The contestant was the runner-up.
     The contestant won the challenge and won the Lip Sync against the Lip Sync Assassin.
     The contestant won the challenge and tied in the Lip Sync against the Lip Sync Assassin.
     The contestant won the challenge, but lost the Lip Sync against the Lip Sync Assassin.
     The contestant received positive critiques and was ultimately declared safe.
     The contestant received critiques but was ultimately declared safe.
     The contestant received negative critiques but was ultimately declared safe.
     The contestant was up for elimination.
     The contestant was eliminated.
  1. ^ In episode 5, RuPaul announced that for the remainder of the season, all contestants not deemed Top All Star of the Week would be up for elimination.

Lip syncs

Summary of contest lip syncs, votes and eliminations
Episode Lip sync contestants Song Winner(s) Up for Elimination Eliminated
Top All Star
(Pick for Elimination)
Lip Sync Assassin
(Group's Pick for Elimination)
1 India Ferrah
(Derrick Barry)
Yvie Oddly
(Derrick Barry)
"Livin' la Vida Loca"
(Ricky Martin)
Yvie Oddly Derrick Barry
Mayhem Miller
Derrick Barry
2 Shea Couleé
(Ongina)
Alyssa Edwards
(Ongina)
"Neutron Dance"
(The Pointer Sisters)
Shea Couleé India Ferrah
Mariah Paris Balenciaga
Ongina
Ongina
3 Jujubee
(Mariah Paris Balenciaga)
Monét X Change
(Mariah Paris Balenciaga)
"Juice"
(Lizzo)
Monét X Change India Ferrah
Mariah Paris Balenciaga
Shea Couleé
Mariah Paris Balenciaga
4 Miz Cracker
(Mayhem Miller)
Morgan McMichaels
(Mayhem Miller)
"Where Have You Been"
(Rihanna)
Miz Cracker &
Morgan McMichaels
India Ferrah
Mayhem Miller
Mayhem Miller
5 Shea Couleé
(India Ferrah)
Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
(India Ferrah)
"Open Your Heart"
(Madonna)
Shea Couleé Alexis Mateo
Blair St. Clair
India Ferrah
Jujubee
Miz Cracker
India Ferrah
6 Miz Cracker
(Alexis Mateo)
Roxxxy Andrews
(Alexis Mateo)
"One Last Time"
(Ariana Grande)
Roxxxy Andrews Alexis Mateo
Blair St. Clair
Jujubee
Shea Couleé
Alexis Mateo
7 Miz Cracker
(Blair St. Clair)
Kennedy Davenport
(Blair St. Clair)
"Fancy"
(Reba McEntire)
Miz Cracker Blair St. Clair
Jujubee
Shea Couleé
Blair St. Clair
8 Jujubee vs. Miz Cracker vs. Shea Couleé "Make Me Feel"
(Janelle Monáe)
Shea Couleé Jujubee &
Miz Cracker
     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.
     The contestant was eliminated after the final lip sync of the season.

Voting history

Summary of weekly voting and results
Episode Ep.1 Ep.2 Ep.3 Ep.4 Ep.5 Ep.6 Ep.7 Ep.8
Deciding vote The Group Shea The Group Cracker
The Group
Shea The Group Cracker RuPaul
Shea Derrick Ongina Mariah Mayhem India Alexis Blair Winner
Jujubee Mayhem Ongina Mariah Mayhem India Alexis Blair Runner-up
Miz Cracker Derrick Ongina Mariah Mayhem India Alexis Blair Runner-up
Blair Derrick Ongina Mariah Mayhem India Alexis Jujubee
Alexis Derrick Ongina Shea Mayhem India Blair
India Derrick Ongina Mariah Mayhem Alexis
Mayhem Derrick Ongina Shea Mayhem
Mariah Derrick Ongina India
Ongina Derrick Ongina
Derrick Mayhem
Eliminated queen(s) Derrick Ongina Mariah Mayhem India Alexis Blair Jujubee
Cracker
     Top all star lost their lip sync against the assassin and so the elimination was decided by the group vote
     Top all star won their lip sync against the assassin and so the elimination was decided by their vote
     Top all star drew their lip sync against the assassin and both the group's vote and Top All Star's votes were taken into consideration. If both parties had chosen a different queen, then both queens were eliminated
     In the finale, RuPaul chose this queen and inducted them into the Drag Race Hall of Fame
     In the finale, RuPaul did not select these queens to be inducted into the Hall of Fame

Guest judges

Special guests

Guests who appeared in episodes but did not judge on the main stage (in order of appearance):

Episode 2

  • Leland, singer-songwriter, composer, and record producer
  • Freddy Scott, composer and actor

Episode 8

Episodes

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
341"All Star Variety Extravaganza"[7]June 5, 2020 (2020-06-05)

Ten 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 a new twist in the rules explaining that the queen will democratically decide the contestant to be eliminated by voting. Later RuPaul opens the library for the reading mini-challenge – with this week's surprise guest judge: Ricky Martin; Jujubee and Blair St. Clair win the mini-challenge.

For the maxi-challenge, the queens participate in an "Werq the World" Variety Extravaganza: Derrick Barry does a celebrity impersonations routine, Mariah Paris Balenciaga does an interpretive dance mixed with spoken word, Shea Couleé performs a pole dance, whilst Alexis Mateo, Blair St. Clair, India Ferrah, Jujubee, Mayhem Miller, Miz Cracker and Ongina do a mixture of lip sync, singing, and dancing performances.

On the main stage, Shea, Blair, Mariah, and Jujubee are declared safe, with Ricky commending Mariah on the message she delivered in her performance. Alexis, Cracker and India receive positive critiques from the judges, and India Ferrah is announced as the winner of the challenge. Derrick, Mayhem, and Ongina are criticized for their performances, with Derrick and Mayhem being in the bottom two. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Yvie Oddly, the winner of the eleventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race. India and Yvie lip sync against each other to Ricky Martin's "Livin' la Vida Loca". Yvie wins the lip sync and reveals that the queens voted to eliminate Derrick Barry from the competition.

  • Guest Judge: Ricky Martin
  • Mini-Challenge: Reading Is Fundamental
  • Mini-Challenge Winners: Blair St. Clair and Jujubee
  • Mini-challenge Prize: $2,000 gift card to Marek+Richard
  • Main Challenge: Perform a talent show in front of the judges and a live audience.
  • Challenge Winner: India Ferrah
  • Main Challenge Prize: 5-day trip to Reykjavik, Iceland. Hotel and airfare included courtesy of Pink Iceland
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Yvie Oddly
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Yvie Oddly
  • Lip Sync Song: "Livin' la Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin
  • Bottom Two: Derrick Barry and Mayhem Miller
  • Eliminated: Derrick Barry
  • Farewell Message: "SHOW UP. SHOW OUT. ♡Derrick Barry. I love you Jujubee"
352"I'm in Love!"June 12, 2020 (2020-06-12)[8]

The queens form three competing girl-groups to compose lyrics, choreography, and perform the new pop crush anthem "I'm in Love!" In the first group, Alexis Mateo sings about her crush, Daddy Yankee, Jujubee sings about John Stamos, and India Ferrah sings about Justin Timberlake. In the next group, Miz Cracker sings about Sylvester Stallone, Mayhem Miller sings about Mister Rogers, and Blair St. Clair sings about Hannibal Lecter. In the last group, Ongina sings about Henry Cavill, Mariah Paris Balenciaga sings about Jason Momoa, and Shea Couleé sings about Chadwick Boseman.

Alexis, Mayhem, and Cracker are declared safe. Blair, Jujubee, and Shea receive positive critiques from the judges, and Shea Couleé is announced as the winner of the challenge. India, Mariah, and Ongina are criticized for their performances, and are in the bottom three. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Alyssa Edwards, a contestant from the fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race as well as the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars. Alyssa and Shea lip sync against each other to The Pointer Sisters' "Neutron Dance". Shea wins the lip sync and $20,000 and reveals that she voted to eliminate Ongina from the competition.

  • Guest Judges: Madison Beer and Tessa Thompson
  • Main Challenge: Write, record, and choreograph a performance to "I'm in Love!" on the mainstage.
  • Runway Theme: Love the Skin You're In
  • Challenge Winner: Shea Couleé
  • Main Challenge Prize: 6-night all-inclusive trip for two to Puerto Vallarta at the Almar Resort
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Alyssa Edwards
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Shea Couleé
  • Lip Sync Song: "Neutron Dance" by The Pointer Sisters
  • Bottom Three: India Ferrah, Mariah Paris Balenciaga, and Ongina
  • Eliminated: Ongina
  • Farewell Message: "I can't wait for our friendships to blossom more outside of this workroom. I love you! Ongina ♡"
363"Get a Room!"June 19, 2020 (2020-06-19)

The All Stars dive into the world of celebrity branding as they design their own boutique hotel suite experiences. Mariah Paris Balenciaga, Miz Cracker, and Shea Couleé present The Golden Gals' Palace and Resort, with a Golden Girls-inspired hotel suite. Alexis Mateo, India Ferrah, and Jujubee present the Glamazone, a jungle-themed hotel suite. Blair St. Clair and Mayhem Miller present the 24-Karat Gold Experience, a luxury-themed hotel suite.

RuPaul declares her favorite suite to be the 24-Karat Gold Experience, but Jujubee is announced the winner of the challenge. Blair, Mayhem, and Jujubee leave the stage. After the judges' critiques, Alexis receives positive critiques whereas Cracker receives negative critiques for her performance but is praised for her runway look., with India, Mariah, and Shea in the bottom three. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Monét X Change, a contestant from the tenth season of RuPaul's Drag Race and the winner of the fourth season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars. Jujubee and Monét lip sync against each other to Lizzo's "Juice". Monét wins the lip sync and reveals that the queens voted to eliminate Mariah Paris Balenciaga from the competition.

  • Guest Judges: Nicole Byer and Martyn Lawrence Bullard
  • Main Challenge: Design and present a signature hotel suite.
  • Runway Theme: 3 Looks in 1
  • Challenge Winner: Jujubee
  • Main Challenge Prize: 7-night stay for two in the Penthouse Suite at The Grand Resort and Spa in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Monét X Change
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Monét X Change
  • Lip Sync Song: "Juice" by Lizzo
  • Bottom Three: India Ferrah, Mariah Paris Balenciaga, and Shea Coulée
  • Eliminated: Mariah Paris Balenciaga
  • Farewell Message: "Thanks for making this a better experience. Love, Mariah AKA Balenciaga AKA Paris AKA Successful AKA Bottom. Mug4Dayz ♡X♡"
374"SheMZ"June 26, 2020 (2020-06-26)

The queens will have to perform in an improv comedy sketch called SheMZ. The teams are India Ferrah and Mayhem Miller, Jujubee, Blair St. Clair and Miz Cracker and at last Shea Couleé and Alexis Mateo. Each team then perform in a different scenario with Carson Kressley and Ross Matthews who star as the SheMZ's staff. In the first scene Alexis and Shea play two fired reality personalities because they are too much trashy or fake. Then Jujubee and Blair play the parts of an overprotective mom and her hateful and ungrateful daughter in the middle of a college admission scandal cause Cracker's fault. And India will play the part of a shoplifter celebrity, while Mayhem will be the saleswoman who caught her in the act.

Blair and Shea are declared safe. Cracker and Jujubee receive positive critiques from the judges. Miz Cracker is announced as the winner of the challenge. Meanwhile Alexis received positive critiques for her look but also receives negative critique for her performance being too messy. India and Mayhem are criticized for their performances, and are in the bottom two. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Morgan McMichaels, a contestant from the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race as well as the third season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars. Cracker and Morgan lip sync against each other to Rihanna's "Where Have You Been". Cracker and Morgan both win the lip sync in a tie, with Cracker earning a cash tip of $20,000. Both Morgan and Cracker reveal the lipstick to eliminate Mayhem Miller from the competition.

  • Guest Judges: Sarah Hyland
  • Main Challenge: Improv in a drag queen spoof of the celebrity gossip and drama television show, TMZ, called SheMZ.
  • Runway Theme: C'mon, Camo Couture!
  • Challenge Winner: Miz Cracker
  • Main Challenge Prize: 4-night stay in Montreal, Canada including hotel and airfare, courtesy of Tourisme/Montreal
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Morgan McMichaels
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Morgan McMichaels and Miz Cracker
  • Lip Sync Song: "Where Have You Been" by Rihanna
  • Bottom Two: India Ferrah and Mayhem Miller
  • Eliminated: Mayhem Miller
  • Farewell Message: "I am the QUEEN"
385"Snatch Game of Love"July 3, 2020 (2020-07-03)

The queens compete in Snatch Game of Love, they must impersonate celebrities to win the hearts of two bachelors. Playing for Tommy Dorfman's heart is Miz Cracker as Lady Gaga, Alexis Mateo as Walter Mercado and India Ferra as Jeffree Star with Alexis being selected as the winner by Dorfman. Playing for Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman's heart is Blair St. Clair as Ellen DeGeneres, Jujubee as Eartha Kitt and Shea Couleé as Flavor Flav with Couleé being selected as the winner by Bowyer-Chapman.

Alexis, Jujubee, and Shea receive positive critiques from the judges while Cracker, India and Blair are criticized for their Snatch performances. Ultimately Shea Couleé is announced as the winner of the challenge and the remaining five queens are placed in the bottom. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, a contestant from the tenth and eleventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Shea and Vanjie lip sync against each other to Madonna's "Open Your Heart". Shea wins the lip sync and $10,000 and reveals that she voted to eliminate India Ferrah from the competition.

  • Guest Judges: Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Tommy Dorfman
  • Main Challenge: Impersonate celebrities for the game show "Snatch Game of Love"
  • Runway Theme: Prom Queen Fantasy
  • Challenge Winner: Shea Couleé
  • Main Challenge Prize: 7-night stay in Paris, France including hotel and airfare, courtesy of misterb&b
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Vanessa Vanjie Mateo
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Shea Couleé
  • Lip Sync Song: "Open Your Heart" by Madonna
  • Bottom Five: Alexis Mateo, Blair St. Clair, India Ferrah, Jujubee and Miz Cracker
  • Eliminated: India Ferrah
  • Farewell Message: "Ladies, thank you all for showing me kindness still exists! The truth shall set you free!!! xoxo, India Ferrah. Humble ✓ Heart ✓ Happy ✓ Honest ✓"
396"The Charles Family Backyard Ball"July 10, 2020 (2020-07-10)

The queens will prepare two runway looks for the Charles Family Backyard Ball: one to represent a fake country cousin of RuPaul and a second to be assembled by hand using objects that can be found in a garden. Additionally, each contestant has to record a voice-over narrative to be played during her runway presentation which will be assisted by a studio audience.

Cracker, Jujubee and Shea receive positive critiques from the judges while Alexis and Blair are criticized for their runway looks. Ultimately Miz Cracker is announced as the winner of the challenge and the remaining four queens are placed in the bottom. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Roxxxy Andrews, a contestant from the fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race as well as the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars. Cracker and Roxxxy lip sync against each other to Ariana Grande's "One Last Time". Roxxxy wins the lip sync and reveals that the queens voted to eliminate Alexis Mateo from the competition.

  • Guest Judges: Bebe Rexha
  • Main Challenge: Present an original character, a "country cousin" of RuPaul, and an outfit made from materials found in a garden
  • Runway Theme: Country Cousin Realness and Backyard Eleganza
  • Challenge Winner: Miz Cracker
  • Main Challenge Prize: Five-night stay for two in London, United Kingdom including hotel and airfare, courtesy of The Lalit London
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Roxxxy Andrews
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Roxxxy Andrews
  • Lip Sync Song: "One Last Time" by Ariana Grande
  • Bottom Four: Alexis Mateo, Blair St. Clair, Jujubee and Shea Couleé
  • Eliminated: Alexis Mateo
  • Farewell Message: "Love you all, BAM. Be your best, but be happy ♡ AS5"
407"Stand-Up Smackdown"July 17, 2020 (2020-07-17)

The remaining queens will be to create and perform their own solo show in front of guest judges Jane Krakowski, Sam Richardson and a live studio audience; for being the winner of the last main challenge, Cracker gets to decide the order the queens will perform. Jujubee kick off the stand-up followed by Blair, Cracker and Shea.

Cracker and Shea receive positive critiques from the judges while Jujubee and Blair are criticized for their stand-up routines. Ultimately Miz Cracker is announced as the winner of the challenge and the remaining three queens are placed in the bottom. After the vote, the lip sync assassin is revealed to be Kennedy Davenport, a contestant from the seventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race as well as the third season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars. Cracker and Kennedy lip sync against each other to Reba McEntire's "Fancy". Cracker wins the lip sync and $20,000 and reveals that she voted to eliminate Blair St. Clair from the competition.

  • Guest Judges: Jane Krakowski and Sam Richardson
  • Main Challenge: Perform a stand-up comedy routine
  • Runway Theme: Freak Out!
  • Challenge Winner: Miz Cracker
  • Main Challenge Prize: Eight-night safari trip in South Africa, courtesy of South African Tourism
  • Lip Sync Assassin: Kennedy Davenport
  • Lip Sync for Your Legacy Winner: Miz Cracker
  • Lip Sync Song: "Fancy" by Reba McEntire
  • Bottom Three: Blair St. Clair, Jujubee and Shea Couleé
  • Eliminated: Blair St. Clair
  • Farewell Message:
418"Clap Back!"July 24, 2020 (2020-07-24)

For the final maxi challenge, the queens have to write, record, and perform a verse to RuPaul's song "Clap Back". In addition, they also have to record a segment with Michelle and RuPaul for their podcast 'What's The Tee?' and choreograph the dance moves for the routine with Todrick Hall.

The next day on the main stage the queens perform their verses of "Clap Back" with the eliminated contestants, all appeared as cameo to the video. The judges then deliberate and decide that the three finalists are the Top All Stars, so they will compete together in the final lip sync. The trio lip sync against each other to Janelle Monáe's "Make Me Feel". After the lip sync, RuPaul announces Shea Couleé as the season five winner, earns a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame and winning $100,000.

  • Guest Judges: Todrick Hall
  • Main Challenge: Write, record, and perform a verse to the remix of RuPaul's song "Clap Back"
  • Runway Theme: All Star Eleganza
  • Final Three: Jujubee, Miz Cracker and Shea Couleé
  • Lip Sync Song: "Make Me Feel" by Janelle Monáe
  • Runners-up: Jujubee and Miz Cracker
  • Winner of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Season Five: Shea Couleé


Ratings

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 "All Star Variety Extravaganza" June 5, 2020 0.28[9] 0.615[9]
2 "I'm in Love!" June 12, 2020 0.25[10] 0.567[10]
3 "Get a Room!" June 19, 2020 0.22[11] 0.507[11]
4 "SheMZ" June 26, 2020 0.23[12] 0.541[12]
5 "Snatch Game of Love" July 3, 2020 0.18[13] 0.386[13]
6 "The Charles Family Backyard Ball" July 10, 2020 0.22[14] 0.514[14]
7 "Stand-Up Smackdown" July 17, 2020 0.19[15] 0.454[15]
8 "Clap Back!" July 24, 2020 0.27[16] 0.567[16]

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