The fourth winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” is about to be crowned, but who will join previous champs Chad Michaels, Alaska and Trixie Mattel in the coveted “Drag Race” hall of fame? According to Gold Derby’s exclusive racetrack odds, Trinity The Tuck leads the pack with overwhelming 1/4 odds to win VH1’s grand finale on Friday, February 15. Monet X Change is predicted to come in second place with 7/1 odds, followed by Monique Heart in third at 20/1 odds and Naomi Smalls in fourth at 37/1 odds. Do YOU agree or disagree with those predictions? There’s still time to make your picks in our predictions center.
Trinity has absolutely dominated this season, winning four challenges so far. Thanks to her two legacy lip sync victories for the “Super Queen Variety Show” and “Sex and the Kitty Girl” episodes, Trinity was solely responsible for sending home two fellow All Stars: Jasmine Masters and Latrice Royale. The only other queen this year to win two lip syncs was Manila Luzon, but she failed to make it into the top five. After formerly placing third/fourth in Season 9, Trinity now prides herself on playing a fair game, choosing to eliminate the weakest queens as opposed to her strongest competitors.
Monet, who came in sixth place in Season 10, has three challenge victories under her belt with one lip sync triumph. However, the week Monet won her legacy lip sync, she actually tied with Manila. Because of the “LaLaPaRUza” twist that week, neither of them were able to send home a losing queen. She has appeared in the bottom twice now, but was never really in danger of going home since Latrice was clearly the weakest queen in both of those instances.
Monique also hails from Season 10, where she finished in eighth place. Like Monet, she’s claimed victory three different times and won one lip sync. Unlike Monet, she was responsible for sending home a queen: Latrice (the first time) in the “Jersey Justice” episode. Monique was one of the bottom queens early on, but got lucky because Farrah Moan had given the much weaker performance that week. The only other time she appeared in the bottom was during the “LaLaPaRUza” twist.
Based on her track record, Naomi is the least likely to join the “Drag Race” hall of fame. She only has one victory to brag about thanks to the “RuPaul’s Best Judy’s Race” episode, though it was a memorable one as she made a huge move by sending home Manila. Naomi’s decision made her a threat to the other queens, but when she placed in the bottom the following week the winner, Trinity, instead eliminated Latrice. Naomi was previously the runner-up of Season 8, losing to Bob the Drag Queen.
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