RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars just revealed its Season 4 cast and premiere date
Starting this December 14th, returning stars will fight for their spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame—and lip-sync for their legacy. “The fourth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is going to blow. your. mother. tucking. mind.,” RuPaul said in a statement. “Satisfaction guaranteed or your henny back.” Here’s a look at who made the cut:
Valentina (Season 9)
Valentina immediately established herself as a top contender for the crown in Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race but ended up coming in 7th place after a shocking elimination. During the lip-sync that ultimately set the queen packing, RuPaul actually had to stop the performance in order to ask Valentina to take off a face mask that was covering her mouth. Although the contestant replied that she would “like to keep it on,” she relented and ended up sashaying away as it became clear she didn’t know the words.
Farrah Moan (Season 9)
Farrah Moan also competed in Season 9, and ended up coming in 8th place. During her time on the show, the Las Vegas queen became beloved for her blinding highlight—and her whiny behavior.
Gia Gunn (Season 6)
Fans got their first taste of Gia Gunn in Season 6 of the reality show, where the drag queen ended up coming in 10th place. Known for her trademark phrases and fishy looks, Gunn also came out as transgender in 2017.
Jasmine Masters (Season 7)
Does she ever have something to say! Jasmine Masters first competed for the Drag Race crown in Season 7 and ended up coming in 12th place.
Latrice Royale (Season 4)
Latrice Royale competed in Season 4 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, making it all the way to the final four before being sent home. The fan-favorite contestant was also crowned Miss Congeniality.
Naomi Smalls (Season 8)
Naomi Smalls made it all the way to the end of Season 8, coming in second place behind winner Bob the drag queen.
Monique Heart (Season 10)
Back so soon! Audiences last saw Monique Heart compete for the crown in the most recent series of the show, where she came in 8th place.
Monét X Change (Season 10)
Joining her Season 10 sister is Monét X Change, who finished in 6th place. Although she didn’t end up winning the crown the first time around, the drag queen earned a place in meme history by making a dress out of sponges.
Manila Luzon (Season 3)
A longtime fan favorite, Manila Luzon competed for the crown all the way back in Season 3, finishing in 2nd place behind Raja.
Trinity Taylor (Season 9)
The tuck is back! Trinity “The Tuck” Taylor wowed back in Season 9, making it all the way to the finale before losing out to Sasha Velour.
This article originally appeared on People.