Drag Race, the celebrated global phenomenon, continues to break records in 2023 with an unprecedented number of seasons and an even more remarkable lineup of winners. As the world tunes in to witness the fierce competition, this year promises to be iconic in the Drag Race herstory.
Drag Couenne Reigns Supreme in ‘Drag Race Belgique’
The year kicked off with a bang as Drag Couenne emerged as the victor in the inaugural season of ‘Drag Race Belgique.’ With an impeccable track record of three maxi challenge wins and a clean record, Couenne proved herself a force to be reckoned with. Hosted by Rita Baga, the grand finale featured a top three showdown, ultimately crowning Couenne as the queen of Belgique, while Athena Sorgelikis claimed the runner-up title.
Sasha Colby Shines in ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 15
Sasha Colby made history in season 15 of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ by winning four maxi challenges and avoiding any lip-sync battles. She broke boundaries by entering the competition as an openly trans woman and went on to claim the coveted title of America’s Next Drag Superstar, along with the largest-ever cash prize of $200,000.
Admira Thunderpussy Reigns Supreme in ‘Drag Race Sverige’
In the first season of ‘Drag Race Sverige,’ Admira Thunderpussy reigned supreme, boasting an impressive track record of three maxi challenge victories and never falling into the bottom two. Her consistently strong performance secured her the title in a competition that saw her face off against Fontana and Vanity Vain.
Pitita Triumphs in ‘Drag Race España’ Season 3
Pitita proved her mettle in ‘Drag Race España’ Season 3, winning four maxi challenges, including the ball, an acting challenge, the Rusical, and the improv challenge. Despite a brief stint in the bottom for the stand-up comedy challenge, Pitita emerged victorious in the finale, besting runner-up Vania Vainilla.
Jimbo Grabs the Crown in ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 8’
Canada’s own Jimbo achieved legendary status by securing the title in ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 8.’ With four maxi challenge wins, including the improv challenge, advertisement challenge, Snatch Game, and comedy roast challenge, Jimbo was the undeniable frontrunner, ultimately seizing the crown in the competition’s grand finale.
Keiona Triumphs in ‘Drag Race France’ Season 2
Keiona, fresh from competing in Legendary, dazzled viewers in ‘Drag Race France’ Season 2. With victories in the Rusical and the Ball, and a consistent high placement every week, Keiona’s impressive journey culminated in a thrilling lip sync battle for the crown, where she emerged victorious against Sara Forever.
Cristian Peralta Takes the Throne in ‘Drag Race México’ Season 1
Cristian Peralta dominated ‘Drag Race México’ Season 1, securing a remarkable five maxi challenge wins, including the runway challenge, Rusical, Snatch Game, stand-up comedy challenge, and makeover challenge. Her flawless track record earned her the title, making her the inaugural winner of ‘Drag Race México.’
Isis Aven Loren Reigns Supreme in ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under’
Isis Aven Loren stood tall in ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under’ Season 3, securing three maxi challenge wins in the design challenge, talent show, and makeover challenge. With a perfect record of never landing in the bottom two, Isis Aven Loren was rightfully crowned as the winner of Down Under Season 3.
Captivating Katkat Claims Victory in ‘Drag Race Philippines’ Season 2
In an exhilarating second season of ‘Drag Race Philippines,’ Captivating Katkat emerged as the queen to beat. With a Snatch Game win and an acting challenge victory, Katkat’s journey included a nail-biting bottom-two placement. However, she triumphed in the end, clinching the crown in a fierce lip sync showdown.
2023 is undoubtedly the year of Drag Race champions, with each winner leaving an indelible mark on the global Drag Race franchise. As fans eagerly await the remaining seasons of the year, the legacy of these superstars continues to shine brightly in the world of LGBTQ entertainment. 🏁 #DragRaceWinners2023