Here’s how former Drag Race contestants reacted to the All Stars 4 finale

“A double crown is so lame. Sorry they did you girls like that.”

Henny, we are still reeling from that jaw-dropping Drag Race All Stars finale.

After ten gag-worthy episodes in which ten legendary alumni returned for a second (and in some cases, third) shot at the title, Mama Ru did something she’s never done before: crown two queens.

Trinity The Tuck and Monét X Change were both deemed worthy of a place in the Hall of Fame alongside Chad Michaels, Alaska and Trixie Mattel, and the reception has been mixed to say the least.

Some fans are just happy to see a queen of colour be crowned, while others think two winners cheapens the title.

Several Drag Race alumni have also chimed in on social media, and gurl, some of them aren’t pleased…

Farrah Moan – who left the season in ninth place – tweeted: “Congrats to the winners!!! Love them both. However, let’s just make one thing CLEAR… a double win on a challenge, sure… but a double crown is so lame.

“Sorry they did u girls like that… oh well lmao at least finally it’s over.”

Detox wrote “wow” and then opined that she series shouldn’t air for a few more years.

Kennedy Davenport, Katya and Phi Phi O’Hara were pleased with the outcome, while Bob the Drag Queen joked that RuPaul can now afford $200,000 for the next winner.

See the best reactions below.

On 28 February, the highly-anticipated 11th regular season of the Emmy Award winning series will debut, and will see Miley Cyrus go “undercover in the workroom to spy on the new cast of queens.”

In the UK, Drag Race is presumed to debut on Netflix the morning after it premieres in the US, just like the ninth and 10th seasons. However, this is yet to be confirmed, so don’t take our word for it…

The cast of season 11 was announced last month on VH1’s official YouTube channel by reigning Drag Race champion Aquaria and Olympic skater Adam Rippon.

Check out each queen’s profile here, and watch the gag-worthy season 11 trailer below.



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