'RuPaul's Drag Race' Ultimate Queen: Alaska Thunderfuck or Trixie Mattel? | The Tylt
'RuPaul's Drag Race' Ultimate Queen: Alaska Thunderfuck or Trixie Mattel?
So far, there have been twelve queens with charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent who have won "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" to become "America's next drag superstar." But before yet another queen is crowned on the upcoming season ten finale in June, we want you to name the "Drag Race" winner from any of the first nine seasons of "RuPaul's Drag Race" or three seasons of "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" who has gone on to become the show's "Ultimate Queen." Let the shade begin... and in the words of Mother Ru herself, "don't fuck it up!"
In our second round, we have BeBe Zahara Benet (season one) versus Raja (season three); Bianca Del Rio (season six) versus Bob the Drag Queen (season eight); and Alaska Thunderfuck ("All Stars" season two) versus Trixie Mattel ("All Stars" season three).
Don't forget to cast your vote for the rest of our "Drag Race" debates:
#TeamAlaska because she's a fan favorite drag queen with plenty of musical bops!
Alaska is well known for being a music drag queen and a fan favorite from "RPDR." She received backlash on season two of "All Stars" for harshly eliminating her fellow contestants who were also fan favorites from the show.
But her popularity has soared, releasing two albums—"Anus" and "Poundcake"—that peaked within top five on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Check out the music video below for "The T" featuring Adore Delano.
Trixie co-hosts her own series on VICE called "The Trixie & Katya Show." Bob the Drag Queen (winner of the eighth season of "RPDR") temporarily filled in for Katya while she was in recovery from methamphetamine addiction.
Trixie is a TV, social media and comedic personality. But that's not all, folks—she's also a highly praised country-folk singer and musician. She dropped her debut album "Two Birds" in 2017, peaking at #2 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart.
She has come a long way after being eliminated twice in season seven of "RPDR." She was already an all-star when she won "All Stars 3" in March 2018.
Watch the music video to Trixie's "Mama Don't Make Me Put On The Dress Again" below.