Streaming service Stan announces premiere date for RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars season six

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The brand new season of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars will premiere on 25 June.

And Australian audiences can watch the fierce and fabulous competition on streaming service Stan, the same day as US viewers, TV Blackbox revealed.

Season six will begin with two episodes on the premiere and then continue each week with a new episode.

Coming soon! Streaming service Stan announced premiere date for RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars season six

Coming soon! Streaming service Stan announced premiere date for RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars season six

This comes after all 13 contestants were announced this week.  

After Eureka O’Hara – the self-described ‘Elephant Queen’ – injured her leg during season nine, he famously made it all the way to runner-up in season 10 and is coming back for All Stars.

‘Girl, you know, season 10 I almost won. I’ve always been a runner-up,’ the 30-year-old Tennessee native (born David Huggard) said in a promo.

‘I feel like I’ve always been the bridesmaid and I came back to All Stars 6 to finally get my motherf***ing groom and be the bride,’ Eureka continued.

Exciting: Season six will begin with two episodes on the premiere and then continue each week with a new episode

Exciting: Season six will begin with two episodes on the premiere and then continue each week with a new episode 

‘Girl she got a mouth from the South, honey, the round mound of sound, girl you better watch out! Apparently, I talk a lot. I mean, I’ve never heard that…’

Ginger Minj also made it to runner-up during the seventh season, but he placed eighth in RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars season two.

‘I think it’s kind of the perfect time for me to come back and show the world how much I’ve grown. I mean, not only this way (points to tummy) because I have grown a lot that way,’ the 35-year-old Orlando native (born Joshua Allen Eads) said in a promo.  

The self-described 'Elephant Queen': After Eureka O'Hara injured her leg during season nine, he famously made it all the way to runner-up in season 10

The self-described ‘Elephant Queen’: After Eureka O’Hara injured her leg during season nine, he famously made it all the way to runner-up in season 10

'I know that I'm ready to win!' Ginger Minj also made it to runner-up during the seventh season, but he placed eighth in RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars season two

‘I know that I’m ready to win!’ Ginger Minj also made it to runner-up during the seventh season, but he placed eighth in RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars season two

‘Look a lot of people are sitting around going, “Why is this b**** coming back again a third time? She’s already had her chance on All Stars!” And I have to say, no I didn’t. I had no chance on All Stars 2. I did it because I felt like I had to at that time. Now I’m doing it because I want to, because I know that I’m ready to win.’

Silky Nutmeg Ganache famously divided audiences during season 11 of the 19-time Emmy-winning reality competition.

‘I think I evolved from season 11 because I just wanted to elevate everything. Elevate my clothes, my make-up, my hair, my attitude towards other people because I am the star,’ the 30-year-old LA native (born Reginald Steele) noted.

‘The secret to winning is kissing a** because on season 11 you’ve got to impress the judges. All Stars? You’ve got to impress bitter b****es that may or may not care for you.’   

'I just wanted to elevate everything': Silky Nutmeg Ganache famously divided audiences during season 11 of the 19-time Emmy-winning reality competition

‘I just wanted to elevate everything’: Silky Nutmeg Ganache famously divided audiences during season 11 of the 19-time Emmy-winning reality competition

New woman! Since placing eighth on season four - Jiggly Caliente has come out as a transgender woman, shed 50lbs, and gotten new teeth she wants to show off

New woman! Since placing eighth on season four – Jiggly Caliente has come out as a transgender woman, shed 50lbs, and gotten new teeth she wants to show off

Since placing eighth on season four – Jiggly Caliente has come out as a transgender woman, shed 50lbs, and gotten new teeth she wants to show off.

‘I’m going to be the shadiest one of the season, I can see it. No, no I am the shadiest, but I am not the villain,’ announced the 40-year-old Queens native aka Bianca Castro.

‘Definitely more glam than season four because I got the money now. She can afford nice things now. I don’t even need $100K [prize] I just need RuPaul to say, “Jiggly you are the winner. The whole shebang.”‘

At 49, Pandora Boxx is the eldest cast member of season six, having previously competed during RPDR season two and All Stars season one.   

Drag veteran: At 49, Pandora Boxx is the eldest cast member of season six, having previously competed during RPDR season two and All Stars season one

Drag veteran: At 49, Pandora Boxx is the eldest cast member of season six, having previously competed during RPDR season two and All Stars season one

Back so soon? And at 27, Jan is the youngest queen on season six, having only just placed eighth during RPDR season 12 last year

Back so soon? And at 27, Jan is the youngest queen on season six, having only just placed eighth during RPDR season 12 last year

Twerk time! A'Keria C. Davenport vows to show more of her body-ody-ody during season six, having placed 3rd/4th during RPDR season 11

Twerk time! A’Keria C. Davenport vows to show more of her body-ody-ody during season six, having placed 3rd/4th during RPDR season 11

Rare: Another season 11 alum, Scarlet Envy is famous for looking just a stunning in drag as out

Rare: Another season 11 alum, Scarlet Envy is famous for looking just a stunning in drag as out

And at 27, Jan is the youngest queen on season six, having only just placed eighth during RPDR season 12 last year.

A’Keria C. Davenport vows to show more of her body-ody-ody during season six, having placed 3rd/4th during RPDR season 11.

Another season 11 alum, Scarlet Envy is famous for looking just a stunning in drag as out.

Speaking of which, Ra’Jah O’Hara placed ninth during season 11. 

Texas in the house! Speaking of which, Ra'Jah O'Hara placed ninth during season 11

Texas in the house! Speaking of which, Ra’Jah O’Hara placed ninth during season 11

Fish! Season six includes two transgender women, including Kylie Sonique Love who placed ninth way back on season two

Fish! Season six includes two transgender women, including Kylie Sonique Love who placed ninth way back on season two

Werrrk: Yara Sofia previously placed fourth during RPRD season three, but he scored fifth/sixth place during the inaugural season of All Stars

Werrrk: Yara Sofia previously placed fourth during RPRD season three, but he scored fifth/sixth place during the inaugural season of All Stars

Puerto Rican princess: Serena ChaCha, a Ft. Lauderdale native, placed 13th during RPDR season five

Puerto Rican princess: Serena ChaCha, a Ft. Lauderdale native, placed 13th during RPDR season five

Season six includes two transgender women, including Kylie Sonique Love who placed ninth way back on season two.

Yara Sofia previously placed fourth during RPRD season three, but he scored fifth/sixth place during the inaugural season of All Stars.

Serena ChaCha, a Ft. Lauderdale native, placed 13th during RPDR season five.

And last but not least, Trinity K. Bonet previously placed seventh during RPDR season six. 

Watch RuPaul’s Drag Race on Stan in Australia. 

Fierce: And last but not least, Trinity K. Bonet previously placed seventh during RPDR season six

Fierce: And last but not least, Trinity K. Bonet previously placed seventh during RPDR season six

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