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Every Winner of 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' Ranked in Popularity From Lowest to Highest (Including the Season 14 Winner!)

RuPaul’s Drag Race is a superstar making machine – and there’s a new winner to add to the list!

The long-running RuPaul-hosted drag competition series has exploded in popularity over the past decade, with dozens of spinoffs and international franchises, as well as All Star editions.

Thanks to the platform of the show, many of the queens featured have been able to turn their art into massively successful brands, and they’ve also amassed huge followings on social media. Instagram, especially, has proven to be a huge platform for the Drag Race queens to showcase their makeup skills, performances and comedy routines.

We’ve rounded up all of the winners of every U.S. season of RuPaul’s Drag Race (except Tyra Sanchez, who retired from drag in 2020), as well as all of the winners of the U.S. seasons of Drag Race All Stars, and ranked them according to their popularity on Instagram.

Find out who the most followed Drag Race winners are…

Every Winner of 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' Ranked in Popularity From Lowest to Highest

RuPaul’s Drag Race is a superstar making machine.

The long-running RuPaul-hosted drag competition series has exploded in popularity over the past decade, with dozens of spinoffs and international franchises, as well as All Star editions.

Thanks to the platform of the show, many of the queens featured have been able to turn their art into massively successful brands, and they’ve also amassed huge followings on social media. Instagram, especially, has proven to be a huge platform for the Drag Race queens to showcase their makeup skills, performances and comedy routines.

We’ve rounded up all of the winners of every U.S. season of RuPaul’s Drag Race (except Tyra Sanchez, who retired from drag in 2020), as well as all of the winners of the U.S. seasons of Drag Race All Stars, and ranked them according to their popularity on Instagram.

Find out who the most followed Drag Race winners are…

Queens Who Quit or Retired From Drag After 'RuPaul's Drag Race'

Doing drag is no easy job.

There have been dozens and dozens of drag queens featured on RuPaul’s Drag Race over the years, but not all of them have continued to do drag after exiting the show.

In fact, there are several Drag Race stars who either formally announced their retirement, and/or have simply stopped performing in drag.

Many of the stars who have stopped doing drag have continued to work within the arts, while others have removed themselves from the entertainment world entirely.

Find out who quit and/or retired from drag after appearing on RuPaul’s Drag Race

New Drag Series 'Bring Back My Girls' Announced - Cast Revealed!

There’s a new original series coming from Wow Presents Plus!

Bring Back My Girls is a new series set to be filmed live at DragCon LA 2022, presented by World of Wonder and RuPaul’s new cocktail and mocktail line House of Love.

The series will capture “a series of exclusive DragCon panel conversations reuniting select casts from across the Drag Race franchise including the US series, UK, Australia & New Zealand, Canada, and Holland, all hosted by TV personality and LGBTQ+ activist Ts Madison.”

If you’re interested in attending the live tapings, they will be open to all attendees of DragCon LA on a first-come, first-serve basis. Audiences will also have a chance to participate directly and ask the queens questions when the floor opens for Q&A.

The panels will be transformed into a 7-part episodic series set to stream globally on WOW Presents Plus later this fall.

Find out who will appear in the series…

RuPaul Addresses Alleged Pabllo Vittar Rivalry

Battle of the queens?

RuPaul is clearing things up: there’s nothing but love for Brazilian bombshell and record-breaking drag queen, Pabllo Vittar.

The 61-year-old RuPaul’s Drag Race host called out social media users for faking a rivalry between herself and the 28-year-old “Follow Me” superstar on Twitter on Wednesday (April 20).

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'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 14 Top 5 Revealed - Find Out Who Is the Most Followed!

This season of RuPaul’s Drag Race is nearly over!

Season 14 of the long-running drag reality TV competition series will be wrapping up with a finale on April 22 on VH1, and there are five queens heading into the episode.

After the contestants performed their own verses and choreography to RuPaul‘s latest track “Catwalk,” as well as a final lip-sync battle, it was determined that all of the final contestants would move to the last round of the competition.

Social media is abuzz as fan weigh in with their picks for the crown, and the queens have been racking up tens of thousands of followers.

Find out the remaining Top 5 of Season 14 of Drag Race, and see who is the most followed on Instagram…

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Is Coming to Sweden - First Season Announced!

RuPaul is expanding even more internationally!

The long-running Drag Race franchise is set to hit Sweden, Deadline confirmed.

The show’s producer World of Wonder is bringing the franchise to Mip TV. Swedish pubcaster SVT commissioned the show.

It will premiere in the U.S., UK and other territories on WOW Presents Plus, World of Wonder’s streaming service.

No details about judges or contestants have been revealed just yet, nor has there been a premiere date announced.

The show first launched in the U.S. in 2009, and has since expanded to Thailand, Chile, Canada, Holland, the UK, Spain, Australia and New Zealand, France, the Philippines, and Italy.

It was also just announced that the U.S. cash prize is being increased!

Find out how every winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race ranks in popularity, from least to most followed.