Straighten your wigs and brace yourselves for some death drop-worthy lip syncs, the cast of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4 has been unveiled and some of your faves are coming back for redemption.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the 10 queens vying for their spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame include Season 3 runner-up and All Stars 1 alum Manila Luzon; Season 4's Miss Congeniality and All Stars 1 alum Latrice Royale; Season 6's Gia Gunn; Season 7's ebony empress with something to say Jasmine Masters; Season 8's Naomi Smalls; Season 9's Farrah Moan, Trinity Taylor and Valentina; and Season 10 breakouts Monét X Change and Monique Heart.
The new season will be an opportunity to right the wrongs of All Stars 3's lackluster run, which ended in controversy when eliminated contestants were brought back to determine who would make it to the top two. Shangela, who was the favorite to win the season after BenDeLaCreme's shocking self-elimination, found herself cut from the competition following a tense deliberation in which several of the eliminated queens revealed their personal grudges against her.
This didn't sit well with fans who believed Shangela was unfairly eliminated by the bitter queens and they were equally upset about RuPaul giving those eliminated contestants so much power in the finale. Taking those concerns to heart, RuPaul assures fans that won't happen this time around.
"I think it will shock fans, although I don't think they'll be as disappointed," RuPaul explained to EW. "We always try to do something fresh and interesting, and sometimes it turns out in a way that you don't really expect. I love Trixie. She's a real superstar, but I really didn't count on the other girls who came back being so vindictive."
Hopefully, RuPaul has learned from this experience and won't repeat that unforgivable mistake.
Catch RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4 when it premieres Friday, Dec. 14 at 8/7c on VH1.