Bob The Drag Queen wasn’t even invited for All Stars 7

Bob The Drag Queen Drag Race All Stars

Drag Race royalty Bob The Drag Queen has revealed they were not invited to be a part of the upcoming All Winners All Stars version of the show. 

With just eight queens announced last week many thought the season 8 winner was just too busy.

But the Drag Race star has revealed that was not the case.

Drag Race All Stars – All Winners

Last week it was announced that Drag Race All Stars 7 would be an all winners season.

Eight winners were announced to return to compete for the crown again.

However many of the shows most iconic winners were not in the mix.

The cast included winners from All Stars, the UK and regular seasons.

But many fans reacted to the absence of winners like Bianca Del Dio, Sharon Needles, Alaska and Bob The Drag Queen.

Bianca Del Rio was quick to tweet that she was “busy” on the day of the announcement.

Many fans believed Sharon, Alaska and Bob must have been too.

However in a recent podcast Bob revealed that they weren’t even asked to participate.

Bob The Drag Queen: “They did not reach out to me”

After the cast was announced recently Bob The Drag Queen discussed the new Drag Race All Stars cast on her podcast.

Together With All Stars winner Monét X Change they host their podcast Sibling Rivalry.

During their recent episode they critiqued the promo and entrance looks of the queens.

Bob revealed the truth behind her exclusion in the cast during the episode.

“I want everyone to know I was not busy, I literally just did not get a call,” she said.

“They did not reach out to me.”

“So I want everyone to know: I was free as a bird with its tail in the breeze.”

“I was helping Monét get ready, actually,” she quipped.

Just why producers didn’t even call the ask the iconic queen to return is yet to be revealed.

For now, we can’t wait to see how this season turns out.

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