Season 10 Queens Bring It to RuPaul’s Drag Race!

Season 10 Queens Bring It to RuPaul’s Drag Race!

It’s time to start your engines and let the best woman win on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10. This year RuPaul is changing things up by extending each episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” to 90 minutes.

So, which of the 14 queens will be number one and win the title of America’s next drag superstar this spring? Read on to see which of the season 10 queens are in the running to win RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10 and find out who are our favorites

Our bet for the top four are Aquaria, Blair St. Clair, Miz Cracker and Kameron Michaels. Now which of these glamazons will not make top three?

It’s between Kameron Michaels and Miz Cracker. As for our bet for the winner of season 10? Well we’re going to place our odds-on Blair St. Clair. If you don’t agree with us after watching the clips of each of the queens, then tell us who do you think will be this years next drag superstar?

Our choice for Miss Congeniality is Kalorie Karbdashian Williams. If you don’t agree with us after watching the clips of each of the queens, then tell us who do you think will be this year’s next drag superstar?

Are you ready to meet the glamazon queens for the tenth season of the monumentally successful “Drag Race” will kick off on March 22?

Oh yeah, you can expect this season to be an extravaganza of sorts because VH1, World of Wonder Productions and RuPaul will sparing no expense. Nothing says more fun than 10.

Let’s introduce you to the queens. There are 14 queens ready to do what it takes to get the crown, so we can expect some DRAAAAMA!

Like RuPaul says, “Gentlemen start your engines and let the best woman win!”


Kicking off with the most notable queen, New York City favorite Aquaria, the 21-year-old “high fashion, high energy and high maintenance type of b—-h.” She is also mentored by season four’s winner Sharon Needles. She is ready to turn things up and a shoe in for top three in our opinion.

Asia O’Hara:

Another queen to look out for is Asia O’Hara, the 30-something Texas beauty, who is a chameleon queen always pushing to take her art to the extreme. Drag is lifesaving for Asia O’Hara. We see her making it halfway, but this beauty might just surprise us all.

Blair St. Clair:

Move over Drag Race All-Star, BenDeLaCreme, there is a new retro queen for season 10, Blair St. Clair. She is 22-year-old Broadway baby eassanu. Blair is not just a look queen, she is the golden era of Hollywood starlets. Not only that she’s a quadruple threat, she sings, dances, acts and sews. We see her making top three.

Dusty Ray Bottoms:

Miss Dusty Ray Bottoms, a 29-year-old New York native who brings the New York grunge to the forefront. Dusty Ray is going to take it there with some dark and edgy looks, but will that be enough to take her to the top three? We see Miss Dusty making it somewhere to top 8.

Eureka O’Hara:

Season nine queen, Eureka O’Hara is back after she suffered a knee injury last year. Eureka is ready to do it this season. She Phatter than ever, “pretty hot and tasty.” She is crazier than ever, but doing drag the way she wants, so we can expect her to go far this time.

Kalorie Karbdashian Williams:

Next up, Kalorie Karbdashian Williams, the wicked step sister of the Kardashian’s. She is obsessed with the Kardashians, but being a big girl, she always knew she’d never be accepted by the real Kardashian’s. New Mexico native is there to prove she can do drag. This under rated queen is ready to prove she’s worthy of drag super-stardom. How are will Kalorie go? We feel that she’s made it to 10, but the odds may be against the 27-year-old queen.

Kameron Michaels:

Kameron Michaels, likes to be more androgynous. She is a chameleon queen who does box herself up in the world of drag. The 31-year-old chiseled queen is breaking the mold with her style of drag. She is setting 10 to be the year of sickening. We see her going top four.

Mayhem Miller:

Mayhem Miller is the next queen to compete in season 10, this California queen of the party is ready to bring the party. She eats, breathes and sleeps drag. She is a shoe in to make it half way, but who knows this Soap inspire queen is ready to make it magical.

Miz Cracker:

One of the fiercer competitors is Miz Cracker. The 33-year-old Jewish barbie is “thin, white and very salty.” She is the drag daughter of Bob the Drag Queen and is surely top three material. Writer Alice Marshall from picks her as the favorite with odds to win at 6/1. We have a feeling she may be taking the crown this season after watching her intro clip.


Monét X Change

Monét X Change, this edgy queen from the Bronx, may not take her drag serious, she is one to reckoned with. She is fresh, edgy, and new. Monet looks complete REAL, but this jolly and carefree queen may need to turn it up and bring it to the runway. We see her, but do the judges?

Monique Heart:

Monique Heart is a Kansas City great, just like the BBQ and Jazz. Monique is a 31-year-old glam-look queen on a budget. She plans to be the heart of season 10. She plans to be her best “authentic self,” part of the “uhh…ah…ah…sensational” season. Monique is true to herself, but will that be enough? Eeee…aww…ah.”

Vanessa Vanjie Mateo:

Who is Vanessa Vanjie Mateo? She is the drag daughter of Drag Race alum Alexis Mateo. Vanessa’s style is ghetto girl from Miami meets stripper pole. This spicy queen is ready to serve something muy caliente. We see this firecracker doing it, but not to the end. She is serving snapper, Red hot chili that is.

The Vixen:

Who said one name couldn’t be extravagant? The Vixen is a 26-year-old Chicago native superhero ready to save the day. She is fierce, blunt and little bit bitchy, in a good way, that is. The Vixen is ready to turn heads with her energetic personality. She is repping the windy city with hair. Do we see her making it to the end? No, but we will have fun watching her make things super sexy during season 10.

Yuhua Hamasaki:

Yuhua Hamasaki, a futuristic drag queen that hails from New York. She is sexy and beautiful, with a campy, fun, and futuristic style that combines old school with new school. She’s a seasoned queen who is ready to push her drag to the limits and new heights. She will do well in season 10, but we’re not seeing her make top three.

Now, that you’ve met the queens, one thing to remember on RuPaul’s Drag Race 10, is that “reading is fundamental!”