RuPaul

RuPaul and fellow canine hero Louie sprang to their owner's defense when a man attacked her in a cemetery.
The TV host and pop icon told Andy Cohen he opted for comfort — and to maintain social graces.
“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.
The self-titled program will emphasize the drag icon's "distinctive voice" and "passion for helping others" and debuts in June.
"It was really freeing for me to create Shangela. And not because I’m hiding in the character. There’s a lot of me as D.J. in Shangela, and I have the same confidence now, in and out of drag. It’s something you have to build up."
“If they ain’t paying your bills, pay them b***hes no mind,” the drag legend said in a "Watch What Happens Live" appearance.
John Legend, Gwen Stefani, William Shatner, RuPaul and more debut new tunes for the holidays.
The “RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular” will welcome back eight fan favorites.
From Kristen Bell to Sandra Oh, our favorite stars rocked this year’s Emmys red carpet.
The "Saturday Night Live" stars didn't shy away from making fun of their industry's shortcomings.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” alum Alyssa Edwards spreading the power of drag with her own Netflix series. “Dancing Queen” is set to premiere October 5.
Variety reported that the show is being shot for Telepictures, possibly to debut in fall 2019.
Drag queens are changing the world, and young women can't stop watching.
RuPaul is at the center of a controversy on his comments about the transgender community. But, that cannot undo how the show itself has been a pivotal force in shaping queer identity over the last ten years.
The show's permanent judges open up about their personal journeys to self-love.