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RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 2 (2010)  

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Queer Factor ™

Overview

The second season of RuPaul's Drag Race premiered on February 1, 2010 and aired its final episode on April 26, 2010. On May 1, 2009, the casting website for series opened, allowing prospective contestants to create user profiles and upload videos of themselves to be voted on by viewers; the applicant collecting the most votes being invited to become a contestant of the second season. At the end of the online casting period, Jessica Wild had collected the most votes and was announced as being a season two contestant. For season two, the number of contestants was increased from nine to twelve, and the prizes were slightly modified: a lifetime supply of Nyx Cosmetics and be the face of nyxcosmetics.com, an exclusive one year public relations contract with LGBT firm Project Publicity, be featured an LA Eyeworks campaign, join the Logo Drag Race tour, and a cash prize of $25,000. A new tradition of writing a farewell message, in lipstick on their workstation mirror, was started by the first eliminated queen of the season. Each week's episode is followed by a behind-the-scenes show, RuPaul's Drag Race Untucked. The theme song playing during the end credits every episode is Jealous of My Boogie.

 

  • Type: TV Show
  • Show: RuPaul's Drag Race
  • Category: Drag
  • Release Date: February 01, 2010
  • Genres: Reality
  • Runtime: 43 minutes
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • Network: Logo
  • IMDB ID: tt1353056
  • Cast:
    RuPaul

Queer Factor ™

Overview

The second season of RuPaul's Drag Race premiered on February 1, 2010 and aired its final episode on April 26, 2010. On May 1, 2009, the casting website for series opened, allowing prospective contestants to create user profiles and upload videos of themselves to be voted on by viewers; the applicant collecting the most votes being invited to become a contestant of the second season. At the end of the online casting period, Jessica Wild had collected the most votes and was announced as being a season two contestant. For season two, the number of contestants was increased from nine to twelve, and the prizes were slightly modified: a lifetime supply of Nyx Cosmetics and be the face of nyxcosmetics.com, an exclusive one year public relations contract with LGBT firm Project Publicity, be featured an LA Eyeworks campaign, join the Logo Drag Race tour, and a cash prize of $25,000. A new tradition of writing a farewell message, in lipstick on their workstation mirror, was started by the first eliminated queen of the season. Each week's episode is followed by a behind-the-scenes show, RuPaul's Drag Race Untucked. The theme song playing during the end credits every episode is Jealous of My Boogie.

Episodes

  • 2-1: Gone with the Window (01 Feb, 2010)

    Twelve new queens compete to be America's Next Drag Superstar! The queens must reinvent their drag looks using only a set of curtains and household items. Guest judges include comedienne Kathy Griffin & photographer Mike Ruiz.

  • 2-2: Starrbootylicious (08 Feb, 2010)

    The dolls make it rain when they compete as burlesque dancers at a hot Hollywood nightclub and weather an unexpected twist. RuPaul is joined by guest judges comedienne Kim Coles and international burlesque star Dita Von Teese.

  • 2-3: Country Queens (15 Feb, 2010)

    The queens split off into teams to film a country-fried commercial directed by Kathy Najimy who's joined on the panel by guest judge country music legend Tanya Tucker.

  • 2-4: The Snatch Game (22 Feb, 2010)

    The dolls compete in a star-studded tv game show where they must pull out their best celebrity impersonations. Guests include actor Alec Mapa, red carpet diva Phoebe Price & guest judges comedienne Niecy Nash and actress Lisa Rinna.

  • 2-5: Here Comes the Bride (08 Mar, 2010)

    Wedding bells ring as the queens go from blushing brides to dragzillas in a challenge that weds their drag personas with the perfect grooms - themselves. Singer/songwriter Martha Walsh & makeup artist Mathu Andersen help judge.

  • 2-6: Rocker Chick (15 Mar, 2010)

    The queens rock out on the main stage when they're challenged to sing live for the first time ever in RuPaul's Drag Race history. RuPaul is joined by guest judges Terri Nunn of Berlin & Henry Rollins.

  • 2-7: Once Upon a Queen (22 Mar, 2010)

    The dolls must sell their tales as they pose for a book cover photoshoot and hit the press junket circuit. E!'s Marc Malkin is joined by best-selling authors Jackie Collins & Gigi Levangie Grazer & Absolut Vodka's Jeffrey Moran.

  • 2-8: Golden Gals (29 Mar, 2010)

    The queens must transform a group of silver daddies into their drag mothers in this NYX Cosmetics challenge. They're joined by guest judges Debbie Reynolds & Cloris Leachman as well as NYX Cosmetics founder Toni Ko.

  • 2-9: The Diva Awards (12 Apr, 2010)

    The final four queens hit the red carpet and pull out all the stops as they create looks for three separate divalicious award shows. Guest judges include Academy Award winner Tatum O'Neal and Tony Award winner Marissa Jaret Winokur.

  • 2-10: The Main Event Clip Show (19 Apr, 2010)

    A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the first nine episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!

  • 2-11: Music Video Finale (26 Apr, 2010)

    The last three queens face their final challenge - shooting the music video for RuPaul's next single "Jealous of My Boogie." Guests include reality star Robert Verdi, make-up artist Mathu Anderson and choreographer Ryan Heffington.

  • 2-12: Reunion (26 Apr, 2010)

    The contestants' tasks include being a newscaster, product spokesperson and talk-show host to RuPaul and guest judge Debra Wilson.

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