Celebrity Drag Race has three different fan favourites who must give three other A-listers drag makeovers, and their queens battle it out in classic competitions for the title of America’s Next Celebrity Drag Superstar.
RuPaul’s secret celebrity Drag Race 2, now streaming on Crave TV in Canada and Paramount + in the USA.
RuPaul isn’t only the Queen Drag of the world but is a very successful, talented businessman who made possible the task of bringing Drag Queen culture to the mainstream—creating and hosting the popular reality show RuPaul’s Drag race, now all around the world.
Some of the international Drag Race isn’t Hosted by him like the one in France, Spain, Canada or Amsterdam, but it still is his franchise.
For his work on RuPaul’s Drag Race, RuPaul has received 12 Primetime Emmy Awards, becoming the most-awarded person of colour in the history of the Primetime Emmys. In 2017, he was included in the annual Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world. Outside of film and television, he continues to write and record music; he has released fourteen studio albums as of 2022 and received a Tony Award for Best Musical as a producer for the musical A Strange Loop.
About RuPaul’s secret celebrity Drag Race 2
This highly anticipated second season of RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race is finally here! This time, we have three familiar faces from the franchise, Brooke Lynn Hytes, JuJuBee and Monét X Change, as Drag Mothers and mentors for the celebrities.
Celeb Drag Superstar and $100,000 for a charity of their choice. Unlike the first season, celebrities only reveal their identities after their eliminations.
The season is almost over, so you still have time to watch it without major spoilers. RuPaul knows how to make Reality TV; Drag Race is one of the most popular reality shows out there.
He’s a master at it. This new format is entertaining, and the celebrities showcase their talent thanks to their mentors and the fantastic choreographer Jamal Sims. In Canada, you can watch it on Crave TV. The Final is today, Friday, September 30th.
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