“Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines, and may the best All Star win!”

The preview for the fourth season of Drag Race All Stars is out and henny, we have never been so excited for a finale before.

In the nine-minute clip, Trinity the Tuck, Monét X Change, Monique Heart and Naomi Smalls return to the werkroom following Latrice’s elimination, and despite making top four, they’re wary over what the final challenge will entail.

“I think some twist is coming,” Trinity says. “Gurl, what if it is something like last season, which would be a gag, where they brought all the girls back and were like, ‘Well, we don’t like you, so you’re not making the top.’

“Our track record got us to this point, but I guarantee you it’s anyone’s game. I know that everyone has dreamt of taking home the crown, we’ve all worked so hard and for one of us, it’s gonna pay off.

“So I have to prove that I am the only choice to win this.”

RuPaul then reveals the final challenge for the queens: to write, sing, and dance in a production number to his song Super Queen. “In the end, the top two All Stars of the week will lip sync for the win,” he tells them.

“Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines, and may the best All Star win!”

So what do we think is in store for our top four? Surely it can’t be this straightforward? Watch the preview below.

The finale of Drag Race All Stars 4 airs tonight in the United States on VH1 and shortly after on Comedy Central in the UK.

Two weeks after, 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.”

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.

The queens are as follows: A’Keria C. Davenport, Ariel Versace, Brooke Lynn Hytes, Honey Davenport, Kahanna Montrese, Mercedes, Nina West, Plastique Tiara, Ra’jah O’Hara, Scarlet Envy, Shuga Cain, Silky, Soju, Yvie Oddly and… Miss Vaaaanjie!

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…

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

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