RuPaul will be back to sashay another day: Both "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars" have each been renewed for an additional season on VH1.
The Emmy-winning host announced the fabulous news in a video message on Monday, revealing that "Drag Race" would be back for a 12th season, and "All Stars" would werk it for a fifth outing.
There's no word yet on a lineup for either show's next installment, or an exact premiere date, though Ru promised that both are "coming soon" to VH1.
After more than a decade on the air, "Drag Race" continues to be one of the most bankable reality competition series on the air, delighting fans and critics alike -- and winning over even more devotees -- year after year. Last month, the show pulled in a whopping 14 Emmy nods for season 11, snatching the title of VH1's most-nominated series in a single year ever.
"Drag Race" is the reigning champion in both the Reality Competition Series and Reality or Competition Series Host categories at this year's ceremony, and both the show and RuPaul are nominated again this year. RuPaul has the biggest lock on a repeat, having taken home the trophy three consecutive times since 2016.