While the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars is still going strong, VH1 is already getting us prepped for the new season of the original series. This week, the network unveiled the names and biographies of the 14 new contestants joining the upcoming 10th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
First up is a familiar face: Eureka, who appeared in Season 9 but left early due to a cheerleading injury, will return to compete again in Season 10.
Next up is Asia O’Hara, a former Miss Gay America winner who owns a costume design business catering to ice skaters and color guard teams in Dallas, Texas.
Aquaria is the youngest drag queen this season at only 21 years old, but the Brooklyn native has already made waves by appearing in Vogue Italia.
From Indianapolis, Indiana comes Blair St. Clare, who calls herself a “Broadway baby” and brings her love of musicals into her performances.
Dusty Ray Bottoms is described as “dark, glamorous and trashy,” though she maintains her small town Kentucky roots as she pursues an acting career in New York City.
Then there’s Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams from Albuquerque, New Mexico, the “twerk queen” who wins best name hands-down.
Kameron Michaels hails from Nashville, Tennessee and is apparently a “tattooed muscle queen” who loves pumping iron at the gym.
From Riverside, California comes Mayhem Miller, who counts among her drag sisters former Drag Race stars Raven, Morgan McMichaels, Delta, and Detox.
Remember RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen? Well, now her daughter, Miz Cracker, is joining the show from New York City!
Monét X Change comes to the show from Bronx, New York and has a degree in Opera Performance, so she should be quite vocally talented.
Similarly named Monique Heart from Kansas City, Missouri is “a devoted Christian,” so that should lead to some interesting moments.
The Vixen, from Chicago, Illinois, puts a note of seriousness into her performances by incorporating political and protest themes.
Bob the Drag Queen isn’t the only former contestant bring on their progeny: Alexis Mateo’s drag queen daughter, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, will be joining from Tampa, Florida.
And finally, there’s Yuhua Hamasaki from New York City, who actually sews dresses for former contestants Peppermint, Bob the Drag Queen, and others.
You can see all of the new queens in action when the 10th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race premieres March 22 at 8/7 on VH1.