'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4' Drops On Netflix On Saturday
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Whilst RuPaul's regular series air on the streaming platform, and the last two All Stars seasons popped up on TV on Comedy Central, season four has proven more difficult to catch a glimpse of.
The fourth instalment of the spin-off show was actually shown in the US last year, so while many of you may have found a way to watch it, it's not been readily accessible...until now.
Debuting on Netflix on Saturday 14th December, the show comes complete with some of our favourites, from Valentina to Latrice Royale, Trinity the Tuck, Farrah Moan, and Monét X Change, who will go head to head for the crown.
We cannot wait to see how fierce the competition is.
But if you have managed to see it already, now is the chance to re-live it all over again, especially as the first UK series has just come to a close. Thank god we have something to keep us busy!
And as ever, it will have drag icon RuPaul at the helm, joined by his BFF Michelle Visage.
But other celebrity guest judges we're looking forward to seeing include Zoe Kravitz, Rita Ora, Ciara, Jason Wu and Frances Bean Cobain. When they say all-star, they really mean all-star everything.
The season was actually meant to drop on the UK Netflix back in June, but days before it was due to drop, the streaming giant announced there had been a delay on Twitter - much to everyone's annoyance.
The streaming giant said in its tweet: "We have some news you won't like. All Stars 4 has been delayed and won't be dropping this weekend. It's hard to explain licensing law in a tweet (/the person writing this doesn't really understand it) but it's to do with that. Will let you know the new date when we can."
We have some news you won't like. All Stars 4 has been delayed and won't be dropping this weekend. It's hard to explain licensing law in a tweet (/the person writing this doesn't really understand it) but it's to do with that. Will let you know the new date when we can.
- Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) June 29, 2019
Saying that, we're still waiting for you to air All Star seasons 1-3 Netflix, just saying.