CAMERON Diaz has STUNNED in a rare appearance as she resurfaced from retirement in the name of RuPaul.
The actress will be appearing on Season 7 of Drag Race All-Stars, per a new teaser.
Cameron has “sashayed” – as Drag Race fans would say – back into the spotlight in a new video teaser for RuPaul’s show.
In the upcoming teaser for All-Stars 7, the actress was all smiles wearing a bright red top with her blonde tresses done back in a pearl headpiece – looking ageless.
It’s unclear which episode of the hyped upcoming spinoff season – which sees earlier contestants compete, this time, all previous winners – she’ll be in.
But it appeared she was seated at the judges’ table as a guest judge, where famous faces like Gigi Hadid and Lizzo have similarly glowed while giving advice to the competitors.
Though she’s appeared on The Drew Barrymore and another batch of shows as herself, this major stage time is a surprise to many.
The video clip was shared Friday which showed Naomi Campbell and Ronan Farrow were also guest-judging the coming special season.
One fan wrote as the image of her judging was first shared by prominent Instagrammer Evan Ross Katz: “I’m deceased.”
“I need a Charlie’s Angels Acting challenge STAT,” another fan wrote – as the drag queens each week ‘Death drop’ themselves into acting, singing and other challenges in the popular show.
‘DRAG RACE SAVED MY LIFE’
“I’ve given more than half of my life to the public. I feel it’s OK for me to take time for myself now,” Cameron said in a magazine interview.
However, Cameron seems to be a huge fan of the LGTBQ+ celebratory show she’s appearing on.
“As far as I’m concerned, Drag Race saved my life,” she told Gay Times.
“I watched three episodes of season 11 on the plane, and for the first time in so long, I was laughing out loud,” she said. “My mind was blown. I went home and immediately started watching from season one.”
The show not only sees drag queens around the world transform from usually male-presenting professional performers into elaborate couture-wearing talents but celebrates the difficulties they’ve faced growing up marginalized by many.
SPLASHY NEW SEASON
The newest season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will debut on Paramount+ on May 20, according to Variety.
Instead of competing for $100k, the queens will now be competing for $200k and the title of Queen of All Queens.
But even more notable is that instead of RuPaul selecting queens she enjoyed to stage a comeback in the long-running spinoff, the queens are all previous winners.
The cast for Season 7 includes Raja (Season 3), Jinkx Monsoon (Season 5), Monét X Change (All Stars season 4) – who hosted the show’s official recap series for the last regular season – Trinity the Tuck (All Stars season 4), Yvie Oddly (Drag Race season 11) The Vivienne (who played Donald Trump on Drag Race UK Season 1 and won the famed ‘Snatch Game’ impression challenge).
And it also includes recent winners Jaida Essence Hall (Drag Race season 12, who won during the pandemic in a “zoom finale”) and Shea Couleé (All Stars season 5).
It’s no wonder the Meet The Queens trailer, dragged up 2M views already, with comments receiving 1000s of likes reading:
“Literally screamed at every single person coming out. This season is about to be INSANE. I’m so excited!!”.
“I’m so glad jinx is gonna be on a season where the queens won’t belittle or underestimate her,” another wrote – perhaps on how Jinx Monsoon was rolled over by the alliance “Rolaskatox” in her long-ago season.
The show is also a fabulous fixture in the LGBTQ+ community, many bars screen the show live as it airs.
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