Every winner of RuPaul's Drag Race
When someone mentions RuPaul's Drag Race, you think of the wigs, the lewks, or maybe Snatch Game drama or the shady reads spewed with love and affection each time Mama Ru opens the library — but some personalities are big enough to break through the superficial mold of expectation with a unique mastery of all the talents Drag Race asks of its contestants (and more). From the moment she clicked her stilettos into the Werk Room for the first time, it was clear season 6 champion Bianca Del Rio had the confidence and talent to push her through to the end of the competition. Quick on her feet, witty, and classically glamorous (for a painted circus clown, that is), Del Rio embodies everything the Drag Race brand is, and her post-show success has only proven she was the right choice for this show's audience. Several sold-out stand-up comedy tours, two Hurricane Bianca movies centered around her, and one book from a major publisher later, Bianca Del Rio hasn't just carried the Drag Race torch, she's proudly burning a new one all on her own.
Ranking the Top 20 RuPaul's Drag Race Queens
Did you expect anyone else? In the history of Drag Race, there's no one who even comes close to season six winner Bianca Del Rio (real name Roy Haylock). She is, without a doubt, one of the funniest queens to ever vie for the title of America's Next Drag Superstar, but underneath all that sarcasm and sass, there lies a heart of gold. Not threatened, she took Adore Delano under her wing, mentoring her throughout their season, all the while slaying competition after competition. Her Snatch Game performance as Judge Judy was one of her riskiest moves that paid dividends (Judge Judy is one of RuPaul's biggest idols), her rapping in the "Oh No She Betta Don't" team challenge had us crying tears of laughter, and her work in the final "Sissy That Walk" music video proved this comedy diva is one hell of an eleganza queen as well. If that all-winners season of All Stars ever does happen, there's no doubt that she's the one to beat.
The Greatest RuPaul’s Drag Race Looks of All Time
As the world straps in, braces itself, and prepares for the finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race season ten — a season that has inundated us with gag after gag on the runway — it’s important to look back and pay respects to the slays of the past. With that in mind, Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang have ventured on a fool’s errand to rank the best runway, entrance, and reunion looks in Drag Race herstory using a simple rubric: Bitch, how hard did we gag?! Oh, and to make sure half of the spots weren’t automatically taken, we’ve banned RuPaul herself from this list. Sorry, squirrel friend!
Shapely. Sexy. Probably terrifying in person.
Repping Los Angeles’s Mariachi Plaza, this was a stunning introduction to Valentina and her dazzling cultural tributes. The hat, the jewelry, and the chaps-boots hybrid are all to die for.
It’s a perfect reproduction of Madonna’s “Erotica” video look, and a whip-smart choice of a reference. Extra points to Sasha for painting in some gaps on her teeth.
The fish mask is one of the funniest images to come out of season ten. The fact that it really looks to be a part of her face when she talks is mind-blowing. This is canon.
The inflatable spikes are obviously the draw (and a knowing tribute to Lady Gaga’s sea-urchin dress), but stay for the comically large braid that surprisingly works, and we are sufficiently gagged.
Anything inspired by Queen Shania’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much” music video is a winner in our book, and the giraffe print is a cheeky left turn from its reference. Same goes for the acid-neon hair, which is something special and something else.
This exemplifies Trixie at her best: conceptual yet classic, and most importantly, fun. The latex adds a shiny and sheeny finish to the ensemble, and the books make us immediately straighten our backs, in reverence.
When you consider Asia, you may not automatically think “runway queen,” but she turned out some of season ten’s most iconic moments, culminating in this gorgeous final effort. The shape, the color, and the cheeky jewelry placement all make a compelling case for her victory.
Whether it was on purpose or not, this look leaned into how Kim Chi felt at that moment in the competition. A fully realized character that fully supplemented her crying on the runway during that week’s judging.
The head stack seen ’round the world. Memorable amongst fans and the queens alike, this introduced us to one of the series’ most important supporting characters. Don’t sleep on Ornacia. Maybe we’ll see her on All Stars 4?
Creative, and a terrific intro to this crafty queen. It’s even better in hindsight when you consider her journey from this moment. Chi Chi has always created magic with nothing but her talent.
A gorgeous finale look that made the case for her victory strongly and plainly. We also love her in this hair! She does glam so, so well.
Alexis wisely chose something no one else would in this Breathless Mahoney reference, and she stuck out for good reason. Say what you want about the occasional Untucked theatrics, but Alexis is snatched. This is her best look.
Wealthy heiress fish or Hello, Dolly! eleganza — take your pick. If you were heartbroken when Ben left the competition on her own volition, this had to hurt even more. Imagine this walking the runway? She’s an absolute beast.
Well-characterized and embodied by the surprisingly kooky Trinity Taylor, who made a risky choice here selecting a Gaga we had all seen fairly recently. It paid off in spades. Kill us, Trinity! Eat us!
While we’re in horror territory, you have to give it up and gag it up for this look. A riff on The Ring’s Samara, or really any Asian killer ghost, this look put Yuhua’s sense of humor on display. Simple, singular, and hilarious.
Exactly how you want to see Farrah Moan. She is, with all due respect, a hot piece of ass. Inviting. Sexy. Like a polite hooker angel.
Speaking of angelic fish! Tatianna got most of her good notices on this episode for slaying the lip sync versus Alyssa. But this look? Worthy of some daaaaaamns.
This look pulls focus in ingenious ways. Between the flounce in the skirt, the boa, the sided headpiece and, of course, the oversize nested septum rings, there are flashes of brilliance everywhere you look. Extra points for selling Michelle Visage on a green color story.
It’s almost as if you took her entrance look and peeled it open. The queen has blossomed. An amazing ending to arguably the strongest runway season of any queen in the herstory of the show. She always looked flawless, or at least edible.
We’re sure Fame would rather we rank one of her more intentionally beautiful efforts, but this globular mess stands out. She nailed the assignment in that it’s hideous, and the fact that her face is as beat as ever is truly hilarious. It’s so bad that it’s great.
It’s been said before, but,“Edgar Allan Ho.” The ravenesque look is striking, her red, glowing eyes are terrifying, and she’s on brand with the loaf, gawd. This was the moment in season ten that confirmed Eureka’s inclusion wasn’t novelty; she came to win.
While the dress screams pageant, its sequined lattice detail elevates the entire look. Trinity’s flattened and angled hair also give this the perfect editorial touch, and it was a great, graceful exclamation point on Trinity’s wildly versatile run on the runway.
As (literally) historic a runway look as they come. The stovepipe hat and the beard drive the Abe Lincoln reference home, but the tuxedo top and sequin skirt are the real winners. We’re gagged for Gettysburg, babe.
It’s tough to embellish a lingerie-heavy outfit like this one, but Pearl’s pre-finale runway managed to look ethereal and airy while staying simplified. We appreciate how effortless this looks, and her bouncy hair and season-long bindi motif all culminate beautifully.
Honestly, this is closer to what Elsa would look like in real life than anything you’re gonna see in a Disney park. It’s Frozen realness. Kameron is an incredible makeup artist, and here it appears her face is literally iced over. Powerful.
The dice pattern on the skirt seal the deal here, and the simple, chic black train put this red-carpet look somewhere between the BAFTAs and Independent Spirit Awards.
What made Tyra’s fishiness so powerful was that she knew what to do with it, while others fumbled with their natural femininity (sorry, Tatianna). This swimsuit-dress hybrid was stunning with its color story, and the crown was practically begging to be paired with it.
God bless Kim for conjuring up a nutso cubist supervillain, like an even gayer Kefka from Final Fantasy VI. We resent her being labeled as an “anime queen,” but this was a glorious, acid-tinged Miyazaki fever dream.
All Farrah needed to transport us to Madge’s halftime show was someone else as M.I.A. flipping the bird, because this was a highlight for Ms. Moan’s otherwise mediocre run. In this getup? Bring her out on the palanquin, honey.
This list wouldn’t be complete without an appearance from the Jungle Kitty herself, Ms. BeBe Zahara Benet. She stuck to a single theme for much of her time on the show, and this was a wonderfully outside-the box-moment — a well-executed nod to club kids ’cross the globe. Thank you, Mother.
Deconstructed houndstooth has never gagged the children more. This Comme des Garçons–inspired outfit was sartorial excellence, and that button lip launched a thousand makeup tutorial videos. Harajuku Raven, you got the wicked style.
The dark unibrow beat is a perfectly slick touch to the rest of this chic, streamlined look, and that slightly asymmetrical hair was the first sign in All Stars 2 that Alaska was bringing her high fashion out to play. That she was able to make the kitten heel iconic in the lip sync is crown-worthy alone.
Can you imagine if she was always on this level? This is something we didn’t even get close to on All Stars 3. And the reveal? That’s a superstar alien queen diva who would eat Sigourney alive, bitch.
Chad Michaels takes the runway as a woman who commands respect. She’s Mrs. Michaels. Behave. Behave yourself in her home.
Rectangle girls of the world, rejoice! The box-shaped hair is the main event, but don’t sleep on everything happening below the neck. The laced-up Metropolis-inspired outfit is a true stunner, complete with a gorgeous choker, cuffs, and golden fronds blooming from the waistline. A Cracker highlight.
Sharon has the gift of being genuinely scary, and that’s almost entirely due to her commitment. She’s a horror-show actress, and an Oscar-worthy one in this performance as a filler-obsessed freak.
If not entirely a two-in-one look, it was entirely brilliant. Alaska brought a fan-favorite character to life because she is an actress, too. CableACE Award caliber at the very least. We love you, Lil’ Poundcake.
Sasha’s ideas were always singular, and this one was colorfully creative. If anything, it gave us a precursor to her bald-headed reveals and ranks as one of her most memorable moments, besides the obvious.
She labeled it better than we ever could: “Collector’s Edition.” Dark Barbie! What could describe this queen more aptly? And that poodle hair! Winner, winner, chicken dinner.
Not only was it good to see Trixie again, but they served us a li’l sitcom narrative, honey! When Pearl nailed, she nailed.
It was nice to see Jinkx confident on the runway. And a dead pirate hooker? That’s Shakespearean.
It’s a shame Debbie Reynolds didn’t return to guest judge on this episode, because April’s fringy umbrella look would have done her proud. The fact that there’s an actual poncho instead of an emergency one is a cute wink, and the hair is an asymmetrical stunner.
Delicious. Sweet like candy. Tragically thin. Classic Alaska in that it felt familiar but had never been seen before.
Hear us out, because while one could make the argument that this was too first-thought for the animal runway, it’s worthwhile that the streamlined dress was a nice departure from Bianca’s patrician schtick without losing her trademark loudness. She kept it simple and pulled it all together with the painted leopard spots and big hair, landing it among Bianca’s best runway showings.
Mad Max villainess fish. It feels apocalyptic and dangerous, which is a world we would later discover that Kameron revisits often. But it was new here, and this was the moment that Ms. Michaels really established herself as a presence. All hail the queen of the winged beasts! One of the best looks from one of the best overall runways of the series. All the girls did well!
There’s no way we can describe this look better than Katya does herself, and the “s lesbian literary agent disinterested pissed-off Ellen Barkin fantasy” makes for a wonderfully specific, chic, and cheeky ensemble. The leather and suede combination perfectly complement her sharp, swept bob, and the canary-yellow earrings with the matching heels give it a subtle edit. Sign us and fire us and cancel our book advance, Mother.
Right before Max’s monochrome, neutrals-only gimmick got too played out, she gifted us with this fantastic Salvador Dalí fencer getup featuring gloriously sinusoidal facial hair. The chiffon top and silk corset were a sumptuous pairing, and the understated makeup smartly got out of the way. It bears repeating that for all Max’s forced on-camera “quirks,” she was no slouch on the runway.
These drag-on-a-budget challenges are always a bit painful, and to graft a Christmas theme on top of it all makes things even more dicey. Thankfully, a skilled costumier like Raja can throw together an OTT Betsey Johnson fantasy from a few yards of tartan without making it look like Santa vomit. The (relatively) muted color story, sharp silhouette, and chic boots established Raja as a runway titan from the jump.
Three words: looped feather headpiece. Miss Fame showed immense promise on this first episode of her season, and both her spring and fall Fashion Week runways were resplendent ensembles. This fall look just barely edges out her spring one with its pointed shoulder pads and black-on-gold detailing, and we’d gladly freeze in Bryant Park to see this in person.
Sure, this look helped land Trinity in the bottom two that week, but we’re placing it in the top half of the list on construction merit alone. It’s a Crop Over Festival feast for the eyes, and the fact that we rarely get this kind of samba-inspired fashion on Drag Race makes this all the more special. Every plume is a blessing, sweetie.
The gown itself was reminiscent of vintage Oscar de la Renta with its elegant simplicity, and the sculpted hair and the thick white streak sealed this look as one of Bianca’s best. Throw in some ritzy earrings with long gloves and you’ve got yourself an ensemble worthy of a coffee-table book.
We don’t totally follow Eureka’s description of this as a “samurai warrior” fantasy, but we love it just the same. A full-body houndstooth look is a bold choice, and Eureka ties it all together with a wonderfully original hat. The wide neckline flatters Eureka’s bust, and the pauldrons on the cape give this a stunning silhouette.
It’s admittedly a deep cut for a Madonna reference (although that Sex book photo was controversial at the time), and it’s so clever that it almost feels like cheating. Still, Valentina was coasting on plenty of good will at this point, and even in retrospect it’s so brilliant in its simplicity that we have to honor the nerve it took to bare her ass on that runway. Don’t keep it on, Valentina. Take it off.
Whipping out the stilts this early on was a bold move for Ivy, but the botanic gardens pageantry of the entire look made it impossible not to love. These days, Ms. Winters will wobble out with the stilts on any old DragCon floor, but this was an initial charm offensive that paid off handsomely.
Is there anything more cheekily meta than dressing up as a deconstructed construction worker? Shea made a utility belt high fashion, for David Hodo’s sake. The banded train, the hardhat, and the tank top all come together for one of the most resourceful ball looks in the show’s herstory, and this cemented Shea’s status as a Drag Race legend.
It’s hard to tell where Bianca’s scepter ends and her outfit begins, because every inch of her and what she touches shimmers in gorgeous metallic grain. The oversize, fanned-out collar is classic Bianca, and the whole thing is an Emma Frost gag.
We would let her hurt us. That’s all.
Served us one final good answer to the question, “Why is Roxxxy still here?” Roxxxy may not have slayed All Stars 2 from a challenge standpoint, but on the runway she proved she’s one of the best drag queens in the world. This is too glamorous for the Oscars. That’s a biological movie star supermodel diva legend.
Somewhere over the rainbow lies … fashion. Naomi was giving you fashion here, and this was her breakout moment. More breakout moments followed, and then, before you knew it, Naomi was one of season eight’s stars. If this didn’t slay the way it did, she wouldn’t have made the finale.
Serving you straight-up Miss Golden Globes. She’s giving Daughter of Someone Famous Who Will Help You Off the Stage After You Win realness. Shangela is a beautiful star here. The hair is amazing. It’s incredible that this didn’t seal the deal and take her to the top two.
Looking like a twinky version of Will Ferrell’s Mugatu from Zoolander, Pearl absolutely slayed the bearded challenge. The jacket actually looks really expensive, and the whole look is almost masculine in a beautiful way, which is probably helped by Pearl’s symmetrical out-of-drag look. Beautifully masc drag. Beautifully Pearl.
This is a full-circle moment for a queen who came into her own at exactly the right time. It’s moments like this that make us frustrated about Chi Chi’s showing on All Stars 3. Inside her is an unstoppable force, but this cool sexy paper girl is just a glimpse.
Iconic Manila. Serving us Woman on the Label of a Piña Colada Mix realness. Fruity tooty camp. She’ll almost definitely be buried in this.
A razor-sharp intro for an already well-known Instagram queen who proved she was even more impressive in real life. She is both delicious and dangerous here, immediately taking her place as a front-runner. There’s just a different energy around her in this episode than the other queens; she looks like she was made by professionals in a lab for Groundbreaking Drag Doyennes.
Seeing Acid go was heartbreaking, mostly because we know this look was in her past and there were likely more incredible creations in her future. She looked like a beautiful sex fish. If the fish-man in The Shape of Water looked like Acid did here, maybe we’d get it. Maybe then we’d have liked The Shape of Water. This was neon creature eleganza and she is a real artist.
The pinched nose is instant contouring, but don’t let the nasal clip steal any focus from the rest of this Esther Williams underwater eleganza. The latex florals adorning the bodice and swim cap have been seared into the collective gay consciousness, and there’s very little to dislike in the sea-foam and pink color story. This one breaststrokes us in all the right places.
In a pre–Call Me by Your Name world, this peach was the only stone fruit worth mentioning in queer circles. Nina’s willingness to go full-out with her makeup week after week catapulted her into everyone’s favorites list, and this was the one that started it all. The scale and construction of the peach head are so extreme in their statement that to balance them with the simplicity of her outfit is a stroke of genius.
As one of our preeminent drag architects, Raja defied all Newtonian laws of physics with this one. Good luck figuring out where the center of gravity is on that bucket, because seven years later, not a single gay NASA employee has worked out the free-body diagram of the headpiece. The staining pattern on the dress is marvelous as well, and we hope Sissy Spacek has nodded approvingly of this before texting a pic to Chloë Grace Moretz.
We’ll grant you that Shangie came in hot with the runway gimmicks on All Stars 3, but this do-over of her season-three Christmas eleganza mishap was the Zorb bubble gag we didn’t know we needed. The oversize spiked earrings add a dazzling touch, and the whole thing is a Christmas ornament we’d gladly hang on our tree — to scale, mind you.
Retro queens, take note: This is how you do black-and-white, old Hollywood eleganza. The dress itself isn’t too fussy and the makeup does most of the heavy lifting, plus that necklace would be enough to reanimate Elizabeth Taylor from the grave. As far as reunion looks go, this one stands out even five years later.
If it’s good enough for Naomi Smalls, it’s good enough for the rest of the world. This outfit alone made Raven’s loss so tragic, because the all-black everything capped with that slick pixie cut made her a winner in our eyes. The thigh-high boots, the ruffled pinstripes, and good God, that makeup? It’s just not fair. A toot for all time.
You know you’ve made an iconic look if RuPaul cribs it the next season, knowingly or otherwise. The radial arrangement of the pages is stunning, and tying in the shoes with some cute pieces of paper brings it all together. By this point, Naomi was a force to be reckoned with on the runway, and any doubts about whether or not she earned her spot were erased in one fell swoop during the Book Ball challenge. Haters, you’ve been read.
While we’re on the subject of the Book Ball, Kim’s creation was the perfect culmination of the ingenious three-act story she chose to tell with her looks that week. She’d fully blossomed from her seedling Baby Drag during the earlier runway, and the construction of her dress using pristinely preserved pages (without a single fold in sight) was a historic moment in the series. If anything, this was the most plainly articulated call to action for hundreds of thousands of people to follow her on Instagram.
There’s something so hilarious about how gorgeous this look is, despite a pump being the central feature of the wig. You feel like someone could wear it at the Oscars, pump-in-wig and all, and it would be acceptable. This is a really amazing queen who also slayed the finale reunion that year, and it’d be interesting to see her in an All Stars season. You know, just to see what she’s up to! Because she put a shoe on top of her head once and it worked. Gorgeous girl.
The jump “from there” was what permanently snapped our heads in her direction, but this look was what snapped our necks. The runway had never seen anything like it, and Aja showed us that she’s taken a full step forward as a fashion queen into her new element. And it’s a three-in-one! Your fave could never.
Minimalist yet striking, and an effective end to her trilogy of looks from this ball challenge. Her confidence comes through with this superheroine chic, and from this point on we could always feel confident watching her. There is a character here, as there were in all of Aquaria’s runway looks. She always gave a fully realized visual, but she rarely gets credit for the dimensions she gave all of her creations. Actress! Turning point!
An unforgettable moment for a new Drag Race icon. Lucky viewers were in a gay club surrounded by die-hard fans of the program when this trotted out, because we’ve never seen a reaction like this to a runway look. This was the smile that launched a thousand rose emojis. This was the look that truly gave us La Valentina, in all her divadom and tragedy. Remember feeling like she was going to win? This reminded us.
Raja was so consistently brilliant on the runway that it’s almost difficult to pick a favorite, but this entry from early in season three makes a run for the top spot in her oeuvre. She knows how to create a character with her walk and her entire performance on the runway, and she slays this look: Metropolis–meets–C-3PO’s hot little slam piece. She was virtually perfect when it came to delivering looks, and this was a highlight from her hit parade. Slutty robot eleganza? We’ll take it.
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