Legendary queens such as Alyssa Edwards, Bianca Del Rio, Manila Luzon, Pearl and Bob the Drag Queen have all picked a side…

As we reported yesterday, fans on social media declared Trixie Mattel the winner of Drag Race All Stars 3, with Shangela, Kennedy Davenport and Bebe Zahara Benet in second, third and fourth place.

However, as we all know, social media likes and retweets don’t determine who’ll take that coveted crown. Remember when Katya had more support than Alaska, Detox and Roxxxy Andrews combined, yet became the runner-up?

Well anyway, now we know their stats in regards to social media following, wouldn’t you like to know about the support from their Drag Race sisters?

Team Shangela has the most players, with Alyssa Edwards, Alexis Matteo, Bianca Del Rio, Detox, Jiggly Caliente, Kim Chi, Laganja Estranja, Ongina, Pandora Boxx, Sonique, Tyra Sanchez, Valentina, Violet Chachki and The Vixen all voicing support for the comeback queen.

With all these followers, it’s almost like Shangela is the Daenerys Targaryen of drag! Do you think she’ll understand that reference? Does anyone know if Shangela watches the show?

Queens such as Bob the Drag Queen, Farrah Moan, Katya, Miz Cracker and Monét X Change have backed Trixie Mattel (not on social media), whilst Aja, Chi Chi DeVayne, Manila Luzon and Pearl are rooting for dancing-diva Kennedy Davenport.



OG queen Bebe Zahara Benet has the least support of any finalist, which makes us think…

Is she indeed a mole? Do the Drag Race alumni know something we don’t? Or has Bebe’s blatant disrespect of season six legend Ornacia ruined her chances at winning All Stars?

Let us know who you’re rooting for in the comments!

Drag Race All Stars 3 finale airs this Thursday (15 March) on VH1 in the US, and Comedy Central in the UK.

The final four contestants write, sing, and dance in an ambitious production number, and the eliminated queens ru-turn for another dose of revenge – see here for a preview of the massive twist.

Oh, and if you’re not in the loop, season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race premieres exactly one week after the All Stars finale, on 22 March. For everything you need to know about the highly-anticipated season, click here.