RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 9: Where to follow the cast on Instagram?

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 9
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 9 (Image via Instagram/ @rupaulsdragrace, @ninawest, @gottmik, @theofficialshannel, @jorgeous_1)

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is all set to return with its ninth season on May 17 on Paramount+. The reality show will feature former queens from various backgrounds competing for $200,000 in prize money. The queens will not take the money home but donate it to any charity they choose.

The grand prize of $200,000 will be supplied by a private foundation, The Palette Fund. The official release describes the non-profit organization as:

“Dedicated to breaking down barriers and advancing social change in communities that are under-resourced and facing significant challenges.”

Here are the Instagram profiles of 8 queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 9

1.Angeria Paris VanMicheals (@Angeriavm)

Angeria was a finalist in season 14. After winning two main challenges, it was a tie and later she became the third runner-up of the season. In the end, she missed out on the final Lip Sync.

For RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, Angeria will compete for the National Black Justice Collective, which has been associated with empowering the Black LGBTQ+ community and people with HIV/ AIDS since 2003. Their mission is to end anti-Blackness/ racism, stigma, discrimination, and LGBTQ+ bias.

2. Gottmik (@gottmik)

While striking poses and owning runaways, Gottmik has been a fan-favorite queen since the 13th season. Along with representing international design houses, she is truly a trendsetter.

Gottmik will compete for Trans Lifeline, which is a grassroots hotline that offers micro-grants non-profits to financially as well as emotionally help transpeople in crisis.

They are popular as:

“for the trans community, by the trans community.”

3. Nina West (@ninawest)

Nina just returned from the Hairspray national tour and will soon be featured in RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 9. She won the eleventh season’s Miss Congeniality and fans' hearts with her kindness and top-level comedy skills.

She is associated with The Trevor Project, which specializes in preventing suicide and crisis intervention for LGBTQ+ young people. They also offer 24/7 crisis services with the help of highly trained counselors.

4. Plastique Tiara (@plastiquetiara)

Since her last appearance in season 11, Plastique Tiara has gained a massive following on her social media. She has also participated in RuPaul’s Drag Race Live. For RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, will be competing for The Asian American Foundation.

It was created:

“in response to rise in anti-Asian hate and to address the long-standing underinvestment in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities.”

5. Roxxxy Andrews (@roxxxyandrews)

One of the most fan-favorite drag queens, Roxxxy will be back with her charm in the upcoming season. She, along with Alaska, missed the winning crown by a giffy in the fifth season.

Her return will truly be legendary for all her fans across the globe. She will be competing for Miracle of Love, which offers HIV/ AIDS prevention programming along with supportive assistance to service the multicultural needs of communities in Central Florida.

6. Venessa Vanjie (@venessavanjie)

Venessa’s journey through various seasons has truly been a rollercoaster ride. After she was eliminated in episode one of the 10th season, she made it to the top in the next season.

She will be playing for the ASPCA, an animal rights group that saves, transforms, and protects the lives of dogs, cats, and farm animals. Their fight is against animal cruelty and homelessness.

7. Shannel (Instagram - @theofficialshannel and X - @ShannelOfficial)

The third time might be the lucky charm for Shannel, who finished fourth in Drag Race’s first season. For All Stars, she finished third along with Jujubee. She will be playing for the Anxiety and Depression Association of America for RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars's ninth season.

It is a global non-profit organization that helps people through advanced research. They help people with depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, and bipolar disorder.

8. Jorgeous (@jorgeous_1)

Jorgeous was in the 14th season of the show, where she finished in seventh place. She might be small but she gives big competition to everyone with her stunning looks and irresistible charm.

She will play for The National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization. They are working towards building better lives for millions of people suffering from mental health conditions.

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will return with its ninth season on May 17 on Paramount+.

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