Lady Gaga drops by to meet the 13 new queens competing to become America's Next Drag Superstar. Their first test is to compete in the Miss Charisma Uniqueness Nerve and Talent pageant.
Lisa Kudrow from Friends stops by, and the queens are challenged to perform in an epic cheer battle. With guest judges The B-52s.
The queens must create fairytale drag princesses, and transform themselves into sassy sidekicks. With guest judges Todrick Hall and Cheyenne Jackson.
The queens join the cutthroat Morning Talk Show wars. Naya Rivera and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman guest judges.
Todrick Hall directs the queens in Broadway's newest mega-sensation, a Reality Stars musical. Meghan Trainor and Todrick Hall guest judges.
The queens impersonate celebrities in a quick-witted TV game show. With guest judges Candis Cayne and Denis O'Hare.
The queens act in a classic 90s high school drama, directed by original Beverly Hills 90210 stars Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth.
The queens perform a comedy roast of Michelle Visage in front of a live audience. Tamar Braxton and Fortune Feimster guest judges.
The queens create, write and star in their own TV pilots. Noah Galvin (The Real O'Neals) and QVC queen Lisa Robertson guest judge.
The queens make over members of the "Drag Race" crew; singer Kesha and gown designer Zaldy guest judge.
The queens compete in a queer culture pageant, and design outfits inspired by the Village People. Actress Andie MacDowell and supermodel Joan Smalls guest judges.
The queens must write and perform a rap on RuPaul's new hit single, and guest RuPaul's podcast with Michelle Visage. Style superstar Carson Kressley and the hilarious Ross Matthews guest judge.
The Queens bring all the shade, fashion, and drama to the stage as they kiki their way through Season 9.
RuPaul crowns America's Next Drag Superstar.