RuPaul dedicates his Emmy award to the late ‘Drag Race’ Queen Chi Chi DeVayne

RuPaul's Drag Race

RuPaul, the famous drag racing host, recently won his fifth consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Host in reality or competitive programming. He recognized and dedicated the victory to endurance racing star Chi Chi DeVayne. RuPaul also praised his LGBTQ siblings at his award ceremony. 

RuPaul’s 5th consecutive Emmy

RuPaul wins the fifth straight Emmy, thanks to the Television Academy on 

In the acceptance speech, RuPaul said, as she always said, that she always makes a political statement when she’s struggling with her false eyelashes.

He went on to say that the only political statement he wants to make is love for LGBT siblings, black and brown queens, and passion for the United States of America, that a gay youth is nothing more than one. The cat wig and a dream can create an international platform that celebrates sweet and sensitive souls everywhere. “


RuPaul then dedicated his award to the late artist Chi Chi DeVayne, who died at the age of 34 and prayed that she could rest in strength and perfection. Ru Paul also asked viewers to vote on November 3 and use the song “Now is your time to vote for your life” as their ringtone.

Many of their fans congratulated him on his great triumph, while some flooded the post with hearts.

Chi Chi DeVayne was a drag queen who gained popularity in the eighth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. She later appeared in numerous web series. Chi Chi DeVayne’s death was tragic when she died of pneumonia at the age of just 34.

RuPaul’s Drag Race

RuPaul’s Drag Race is a reality series in which contestants are challenged each week to become “America’s Next Drag Superstar.” There is a jury, which includes RuPaul, who judges candidates based on their performance on tasks. This show has 12 seasons so far and is the highest-rated television show on Logo TV.


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