How to Watch ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ Season 9 Premiere for Free

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Who will take the crown? RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars ninth season premieres on Paramount+ on Friday (May 17).

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Eight queens will vie for the crown, a $200,000 cash prize and a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame.

Keke Palmer, Anitta, Connie Britton, Stephanie Hsu, Brothers Osborne, Alec Mapa and Colton Haynes are some of the guests judges appearing this season. Season nine launches with two new episodes on Friday featuring Palmer and Hsu as guest judges.

Read on to find out how to watch the new season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars for free.

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 9 — All the Ways to Stream Online

A new season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will be available exclusively on Paramount+ starting on Friday. If you’re not already subscribed, join today and receive a free trial for the first week to stream Drag Race All Stars and other programs on the platform.

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Paramount+ costs $5.99/month for the ad-supported, Essential plan. Paramount+ with Showtime usually costs $11.99/month, but new users can get their first year of the Paramount+ with Showtime annual plan for 50% off using promo code THECHI! The limited offer ends July 15. Redeem here.

In addition to RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: Untucked are available on Paramount+ on May 17.

Want more ways to stream? Paramount+ is on Prime Video! You can stream episodes from the current season and earlier seasons of Drag Race All Stars with a free trial from Paramount+ on Prime Video.

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What else is streaming on Paramount? Subscribers can enjoy tens of thousands of episodes of hit shows and must-watch movies on Paramount+, in addition to NFL on CBS, local CBS stations (with Paramount+ Premium) and 24-hour news with CBSN.

The platform is home to a bunch of original shows and movies such as Knuckles, Halo,, Rabbit Hole, 1923, 1883, The Family Stallone, Joe Pickett, The Good Fight, Mayor of Kingstown, Seal Team, Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, Why Women Kill, and Before I Forget. And now that Showtime and Paramount+ have joined forces, subscribers can stream Yellowjackets, The Chi, The Curse, Fellow Travelers, Billions, Your Honor, Dexter: New Blood, Goliath and more.

Paramount+ is available online at and through the app. You can stream on up to three devices at once. And if you’re streaming internationally, ExpressVPN gives you access to Paramount+, Prime Video and other platforms.

Want to catch up on previous seasons Drag Race? Previous season are currently streaming free on PlutoTV. And if you’re looking for Drag Race merch to celebrate the current season, check out the adorable RuPaul Little People Collector’s set, The Official Trixie and Katya Coloring Book and RuPaul’s Drag Race Monopoly.

Ru-Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars: Meet the Queens

A total of eight, fan-favorites will be competing in Ru-Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars. See the list of queens below along with the charities they’ll be playing for this season.

  • Angeria Paris Van Michaels — Season 14, National Black Justice Collective

  • Gottmik — Season 13, Trans Lifeline.

  • Jorgeous — Season 14, the National Alliance on Mental Illness

  • Nina West — Season 11, The Trevor Project

  • Plastique Tiara — Season 11, The Asian American Foundation

  • Roxxxy Andrews — Season 5 & All-Stars 2, Miracle of Love

  • Shannel — Season 1 & All-Stars 1, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America

  • Vanessa Vanjie –Season 10 & 11, ASPCA

Watch the trailer for the new season of Ru-Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars below.