01 March 2019 02:30
It's a family reunion tonight on RuPaul's Drag Race when the new season 11 girls are pitched against some iconic queens for their first mini challenge. Manila, from season 3, All-Stars 1 and 3 and all-round Drag Race legend, comes strolling out in white leather and heels, because she's feeling casual today. The pair clearly know each other and it's then revealed that Honey is her 'drag auntie-in-law', referring to Manila's long-held ties to the Davenport drag family thanks to her relationship with the late star Sahara Davenport. In the first episode of the new season of the drag queen favourite, 14 queens are ready to battle it out in a spot for the crown. More: RuPaul Theresa May wishes drag queen 'all the best' with signed photo ahead of pageant Aquaria hits out at Theresa May after she admits she doesn't watch RuPaul's Drag Race Drag Race legend Shangela slays the Oscars red carpet as she reps A Star Is Born To add just a teensy bit more pressure, Miley Cyrus will be judging the first panel alongside Michelle Visage, RuPaul, Carson Kressley and Ross Matthews.
RuPaul's Drag Race airs Thursdays on VH1 in the US, and Fridays on Netflix in the UK. If you've got a story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk Entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page - we'd love to hear from you. MORE: RuPaul's Drag Race star Aquaria hits out at 'mess' Theresa May as she admits she doesn't watch the show "RuPaul's Drag Race" fans, we know you are ready to rate a whole new set of queens (plus one veteran of the show). Season 11 of this Emmy-winning reality competition series kicks off on Thursday. Watch with us as the girls duke it out for the honor of being chosen by RuPaul Charles to join the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
Miley Cyrus sparked a 'bromance' with husband Liam Hemsworth while FaceTiming him as she was dressed in drag for the upcoming season premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race So she was happy to try on a new identity while going 'undercover' for the upcoming season 11 premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race. Oh boy: Miley Cyrus got done up in full drag king glory for the season 11 premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race The 'gender-fluid' Malibu songstress first teased her full drag king transformation on Instagram Tuesday, sharing video where she was disguised with a fake beard, glasses and a backstage crew pass to secretly meet this year's group of gals. Introducing 'BJ', Miley explained: 'I am the guest judge on this week's panel, but first, I wanted to go undercover with the ladies.' In costume: The 'gender-fluid' Malibu songstress, 26, made a full drag king transformation, as she was disguised with a fake beard, glasses and a backstage crew pass Undercover brother: Introducing 'BJ', Miley explained: 'I am the guest judge on this week's panel, but first, I wanted to go undercover with the ladies' Miley will be the first of many A-list guests on this season, which debuts Thursday February 28. Fellow guests include visits from singer Troye Sivan, reality favorite Tiffany Pollard AKA New York, actress/producer Lena Waithe, and model/activist Cara Delevigne. Though this will be Miley's first time on Drag Race, she's been a huge fan for years.
And if the RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11 guest judges are any indication, that glitz and the glamour will be more extravagant than ever before. Not to be outdone, Drag Race has once again outdone itself as it enters its second decade on the air. The list of guest judges who will be stopping by Season 11 includes hit singers, models, TV stars, comedians, and even a couple more Olympic athletes. Get pumped for the new season, premiering Feb. 28, by looking at which stars will be gracing the queens with their presence in the weeks ahead. Her next film is the punk rock drama Her Smell, starring Elisabeth Moss and Amber Heard.
DuVall has appeared in pretty much all of your favorite shows and movies: But I'm A Cheerleader, Girl Interrupted, Argo, Carnivàle, Heroes, Grey's Anatomy, American Horror Story, The Newsroom, Better Call Saul, Veep, The Handmaid's Tale, and most recently, Broad City. Television personality, horror enthusiast, and star of her own eponymous film, 1988's Elvira: Mistress Of The Dark. Making her onscreen debut on NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2010, Feimster has gone on to appear in many of TV's biggest comedies, including 2 Broke Girls, Glee, Claws, and a main role on The Mindy Project. Star of the stage and screen, Jackson has transitioned between Broadway and shows like 30 Rock, Glee, and American Horror Story. Unless you live under a rock, you probably recently finished marathoning Lyonne's new Netflix show Russian Doll for the first or second or third time. She's also famous for her role as Nicky on Orange Is The New Black, and co-starred with fellow Drag Race guest judge Clea DuVall in one of her earliest films, But I'm A Cheerleader. An athlete-turned-actor, Noel stars on Netflix's GLOW and also recurs on The CW's Arrow. He later went on to become the first openly gay competitor to win ABC's Dancing With The Stars. Rodriguez won a Golden Globe for her starring role in The CW's Jane The Virgin, and she's also appeared in a number of high-profile films including Deepwater Horizon, Annihilation, and most recently, Miss Bala. The YouTube personality-turned-singer started out playing a younger version of Logan in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and recently returned to the screen to play a role in the gay conversion drama Boy Erased, for which he also wrote the original song "Revelation." This Emmy Award-winning comedian is known for her work on TV in series like The Chris Rock Show, The New Adventures Of Old Christine, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, and for her work on the big screen in movies like Monster-In-Law, Bad Moms, and the Ice Age franchise. Rodriguez/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images You may know Wall as the Emmy Award-winning choreographer of Fpx's So You Think You Can Dance, but before he worked for the show, he competed on the show, placing as Season 2's runner-up. See these amazing guests critique the queens when Drag Race Season 11 premieres on VH1 Feb. 28. Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.