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The renewal of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars for Season 4 was officially announced August 22, 2018 on social media. It has been rumored that filming started in early July 2018, and the season will be aired January 2019.

The following queens are rumored to appear on this season as they have either disappeared from social media, have canceled shows/ gigs/ tours, and have cleared up their schedules around rumored filming dates.

Rumored Queens

 
Photo Contestant Original Season(s) Original Rank(s) Status
FarrahMoanMug Farrah Moan Season 9 8th Likely
GiaRPDR6
Gia Gunn Season 6 10th Likely
JasmineMasters
Jasmine Masters Season 7 12th Likely
All stars Latrice
Latrice Royale Season 4 4th Likely
All Stars 1 7th/8th
All stars Manila
Manila Luzon Season 3 Runner-Up Likely
All Stars 1 7th/8th
Monet S10
Monét X Change Season 10 6th Likely
Monique S10
Monique Heart Season 10 8th Likely
Naomi Smalls mug
Naomi Smalls Season 8 Runner-Up Likely
TrinityTaylorMug
Trinity Taylor Season 9 3rd/4th Likely
ValentinaMug
Valentina Season 9 7th Likely

Trivia

  • If Valentina is on, she will be the first 7th place queen to compete on All Stars.
  • If Latrice Royale and Manila Luzon are on, they will be the first queens to compete on two All Stars seasons, as well as the second and third queen to compete on 3 seasons, after Shangela.
    • Gia Gunn, if she is on, would be the fourth queen to compete on three separate seasons as well as the first All Star to compete on more than just the American version of the show (competing on the Chilean version of the show "The Switch 2".)
  • If Gia Gunn is on, she will be the first 10th place queen to compete on All Stars.
    • If Gia Gunn and Jasmine Masters are on, they will be the third and fourth All Stars, respectively, to place in the double-digit mark originally, after Mimi Imfurst (11th) and Shangela (12th).

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