RuPaul's Drag Race: Meet the season 11 queens and follow them on social media

25 January 2019, 16:55

Sam  Prance

By Sam Prance

Get to know the RuPaul's Drag Race season 11 queens and check out their Instagram and Twitter accounts here...

It's no secret that RuPaul's Drag Race is a cultural phenomenon. In the space of just 10 years, the reality TV competition has grown into one of the biggest shows on VH1 and beyond. With 10 seasons, four All Stars spinoffs and over 100 queens, the beloved series has not only changed the face of television but it's introduced drag to a whole new audience. Drag Race is THAT bitch.

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We might be in the midst of All Stars 4 right now but Drag Race season 11 is already on its way. The highly anticipated series is rumoured to have a March 1st airdate after All Stars ends and we cannot wait to find out what's in store for us. Luckily for us, VH1 are dropping hints. The first trailer is out, the queens have been revealed and Vanessa Vanjie Matteo is back.

Follow the season 11 queens on social media below.

RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11: Meet the queens on Instagram
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11: Meet the queens on Instagram. Picture: VH1

Yes. MISS VANJIE is really making a return. After becoming a viral meme in 2018 thanks to her iconic exit, Ru has chosen to bring her back as a fifteenth queen alongside 14 incredible, new contestants. It's going to be a season to remember. Get to know all of the Season 11 queens and find out where to follow them on Twitter and Instagram below.

1. A’Keria Chanel Davenport

A glamorous pageant queen who hails from Texas. Belongs to the same drag family as Kennedy Davenport.

Instagram: @mizakeriachanel
Twitter: N/A

2. Ariel Versace

A YouTube star best known for her make-up tutorials. Has over 137,000 followers on Instagram.

Instagram: @arielversace
Twitter: @arielversace

3. Brooke Lynn Hytes

A ballet dancer turned drag superstar. The first Canadian contestant ever on the show.

Instagram: @bhytes
Twitter: @BhytesBrock

4. Honey Davenport

A queen who fucks with gender norms. Drag mother of Monét X Change.

Instagram: @honeydavenportofficial
Twitter: @Honey_Davenport

5. Kahanna Montrese

Refers to herself as a drag daddy. Drag daughter of Coco Montrese.

Instagram: @kahannamontrese
Twitter: @Kahannamontrese

6. Mercedes Iman Diamond

Creates her own jewellery. The first Muslim contestant in Drag Race herstory.

Instagram: @mercedesimandiamond
Twitter: N/A

7. Nina West

A comedy queen with a charitable heart. Reportedly raised over $2,000,000 for LGBTQIA+ causes.

Instagram: @ninawest
Twitter: @NinaWest

8. Plastique Tiara

Infamous for her acrobatic performances. Drag daughter of Alyssa Edwards.

Instagram: @plastiquetiara
Twitter: @PlastiqueTiaraE

9. Rajah O'Hara

Always serving body-ody-ody. Won the Miss Texas FFI competition.

Instagram: @therajaoharashow
Twitter: N/A

10. Scarlet Envy

An old Hollywood queen with a camp sense of humour. Performed alongside Sasha Velour.

Instagram: @scarletenvy
Twitter: @ScarletEnvyNYC

11. Shuga Cain

Hails from California and based in New York City. A drag queen who can SING.

Instagram: @missshugacain
Twitter: @MissShugaCain

12. Silky Nutmeg Ganache

Charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent combined. Stay tuned for her dance moves.

Instagram: @silkyganache
Twitter: N/A

13. Soju

Interviews your drag faves on YouTube. Refers to her style as K-pop realness.

Instagram: @shotwithsoju
Twitter: @shotwithsoju

14. Vanessa Vanjie Mateo

You already know her. Back with a vengeance.

Instagram: @vanessavanjie
Twitter: @VanessaVanjie

15. Yvie Oddly

A rising star of the alt-drag scene. Keep your eyes peeled for her high flying stunts.

Instagram: @oddlyyvie
Twitter: @OddlyYvie