Every year seems to be competing to be RuPaul Charles’ biggest year yet. Thanks to nearly 10 years of success with the reality competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race, the most successful drag queen of all time has carved out a much larger cultural space for drag superstars from all walks of life to be seen by the biggest audiences of their careers. After the series moved from Logo to VH1 this year for Season 9, that audience doubled – hitting nearly one million viewers for both the premiere and finale – and is already promising to get even bigger this spring with the All Stars 3 romp – which premieres January 25th. Drag Race is far from the only thing the Emmy Award-winning host has on his plate. RuPaul released the dance album American this year and continues to host a popular podcast, called What’s the Tee?, with lifelong friend and fellow Drag Race judge Michelle Visage. Plus, he’s dabbled in more acting than ever before, with appearances on Netflix series Girlboss and Bojack Horseman and a recurring role on the most recent season of Broad City. On the phone with Rolling Stone earlier this month, RuPaul looked back on a year of empowering triumphs in the… Read full this story
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