Drag Race’s Aja spills the T on that All Stars 3 fan theory – exclusive

In an exclusive interview with Gay Times, Aja lets us know what she thinks of that very convincing mole theory… 

Drag Race star Aja has completely debunked the infamous All Stars 3 fan theory that’s plagued the internet ever since the season premiere.

The theory – which stemmed from a Facebook post by user Chris White – claimed season one winner Bebe Zahara Benet was competing as a mole for RuPaul, rather than a contestant… which fits in with The Handmaid’s Tale theme.

In an exclusive interview with Gay Times, Aja said: “A lot of people keep saying Bebe is a mole, but no. I don’t know anything about a mole. I think that whole theory is like, ‘werk’, I guess?

“I think that the Drag Race fanatics have looked really deep into that aspect, and unless there’s something I don’t know… I feel like I was on a different TV show at times!”

While she couldn’t reveal too much about the upcoming twist, Aja did tell Gay Times: “I’m gonna say this. There’s a few gags, and I think it’s something Drag Race has never seen before. Similar to the finale in season nine, queens lip-syncing for the crown.

“This season, queens will make choices, things will happen, and some actions have consequences. It’s gonna be crazy. I can’t wait to see people’s reactions!”

Oh henny, we lit-er-ally cannot contain our excitement…

All Stars 3 currently airs Thursdays on VH1 in the United States, and Saturdays on Comedy Central in the UK.

The season features fan favourites from Drag Race competing for a second chance (and in some cases, third) at becoming America’s Next Drag Superstar.

The line-up – in order of season: Bebe Zahara Benet, Morgan McMichaels, Shangela, Milk, BenDeLaCreme, Trixie Mattel, Kennedy Davenport, Thorgy Thor, Chi Chi DeVayne and Aja.

Watch the queens serve their finest golden eleganza in the All Stars 3 trailer below.

Related: The library is still open darlings! Watch the reads that didn’t make the All Stars 3 premiere.

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