RuPaul's Drag Race

Surprise, surprise. None of the winners of the major categories at the Emmy Awards were people of color or queer.
The legendary entertainer broke the record with 11 wins for his work on "RuPaul's Drag Race."
The "RuPaul's Drag Race" veteran will star in the national tour of the musical, which kicks off this fall. "This is the role I’ve always wanted," the actor said.
Another remark about Prince Philip was also cut from the UK broadcast.
The “RuPaul’s Drag Race” judge found navigating a long-distance romance during the COVID-19 pandemic well worth the effort.
The "RuPaul's Drag Race" alum promised spooky "stars and looks" in the virtual edition of her "Mask It or Casket" concert, debuting this week.
Known offstage as Zavion Davenport, DeVayne was remembered by peers as "a caring, empathetic and beautiful soul."
"All Stars" winners Trixie Mattel and Monét X Change spill the tea about the star-studded spinoff and why the show took them by surprise.
“I’m a full-figured bearded 30-year-old man and I really do love dressing like this."
The congresswoman wasn't fazed by conservative pushback to her forthcoming appearance on the VH1 competition series.
"There's a queen inside of you," RuPaul tells Davidson's super-slacker Chad.
Every episode will pair three stars with "Drag Race" legends like Trixie Mattel, Alyssa Edwards and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo.
The queen enlists Bobby Moynihan for "Lisa Frankenstein," and wants to remind fans Halloween is "another Pride" for LGBTQ people to "strut our stuff."
Travolta appeared to confuse "RuPaul's Drag Race" star Jade Jolie for Swift at Monday's ceremony.
The actor appeared to confuse Jade Jolie with the actual winner of the 2019 MTV VMA for Video of the Year.
Frank Simon’s "The Queen" debuted at a time when gender nonconformity was taboo. A newly restored version hits theaters this month.
While Hannah B. hands out roses, the host of HuffPost’s “Here To Make Friends” are handing out superlatives. Leigh Blickley (filling in for Claire Fallon) joins Emma Gray to recap the highs and lows from week two of “The Bachelorette,” including the biggest example of sentient toxic masculinity and who’s most likely to drive someone in the house to a mental break (hint: only one of these goes to Cam Ayala).
The queen says her children's music EP, "Drag is Magic," is meant to encourage young fans to "reconsider the masks we are all forced to wear daily."
“The Hustle” star proved that she really, really, really loves “Drag Race.”
An early "In the House" episode helped show that drag could be a source of personal strength, writer Matt Baume notes.