“You know, I’ve gotta tell you, and this may sound schlocky, but the most important part of this whole experience for me has been to introduce these brilliant queens to the rest of the world. We’re in 25 different countries and they become world famous. Through my legacy, these kids create their own legacy – that is the most important thing for me. For 20 years, I was the only queen in the mainstream game. So to have these new playmates is the thing I’m most proud of.” – RuPaul, the producer and host of Logo’s RuPaul’s Drag Race, to ET Online, on the show achieving its goal.
Read the full moving interview with Ru at ET Online (we hear it caused tears all round on the Drag Race set today), catch up on Drag Race episodes you might have missed here, and tune in to Logo June 18 for the season 3 premiere of Drag U with Sharon Needles, Latrice Royale, and featuring Donna Mills!