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Drag Race All Stars 6 release date: Cast, trailer & news

Everything you need to know about season six of All Stars, cast rumours and when it'll be on our screens.

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Published: Thursday, 24th June 2021 at 9:56 am

Some of RuPaul's most iconic queens are on their way back to sissy that walk in All Stars 6 - and we can't wait for all the drama, outfits and glamour, darling!


Netflix will be the home once more for the All Stars 6 cast, and the best news for UK fans - it will arrive the same day, so no chance of any pesky spoilers ruining all the fun.

Heading back for a second chance at glory are Pandora Boxx, Yara Sofia, Silky Nutmeg Ganache and Eureka O'Hara to name but a few.

But who will walk away with the cash tips and the all important crown?

As All Stars 6 gears up to launch on Netflix, here's your guide to the most fabulous show on TV.

When is All Stars 6 released?

Confirmed: All Stars 6 landed on Netflix on Thursday 24th June (and airs in the US on Paramount Plus).

New episodes are uploaded to the streaming site on Thursdays and usually drop at 8am.

This may vary from week to week, however, as the first instalment didn't land at 8am.

At the time, the official Netflix UK account tweeted to say: "We're expecting late afternoon, but will let you know as soon as it's available!"

How can I watch All Stars 6 in the UK?

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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars season six will be arriving on Netflix every Thursday from 24th June for fans in the UK.

Netflix shared the news earlier this week, revealing that UK viewers will get to watch new episodes on the same day they air in the US.

All Stars recently changed broadcasters across the pond, with US fans now able to watch the series on Paramount Plus instead of Vh1.

All Stars 6 cast

The line-up for Drag Race All Stars 6 has finally been announced and it's just as sickening as we all hoped it would be.

Series 11 finalist A'Keria C. Davenport is making her return alongside her fellow 2019 queens Ra'Jah O'Hara (ninth place), Silky Nutmeg Ganache (third place) and Scarlet Envy (10th place).

As for contestants from the early Drag Race days, season two's Kylie Sonique Love and season four's Jiggly Caliente will competing in the upcoming All Stars, making history as the Drag Race series with the most transgender contestants taking part, while season two's Pandora Boxx will be making her comeback this year.

Both Ginger Minj (season seven) and Yara Sofia (season six) will be joining the All Stars line-up, despite having already competed on All Stars in previous series. You can find the full line-up below:

  • A'Keria C. Davenport
  • Jiggly Caliente
  • Jan Sport
  • Ra'Jah O'Hara
  • Ginger Minj
  • Yara Sofia
  • Silky Nutmeg Ganache
  • Pandora Boxx
  • Scarlet Envy
  • Serena Cha Cha
  • Kylie Sonique Love
  • Trinity K. Bonet
  • Eureka O'Hara

Eureka O'Hara told back in August 2020 that they would sign up for All Stars, adding: "I think it would just depend on where I’m at. I think that we’re all kind of busy and who knows where the world’s at at this time.”

All Stars 6 trailer

The official trailer for All Stars 6 is out and it teases a major twist and RuDemption gags.

You can watch the full clip below.


RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars season 6 arrives on Paramount Plus in the US on Thursday 24th June. Check out our TV Guide for more to watch.


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