RuPaul Isn’t the Only Drag Queen-Slash-Ordained Minister From ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Everybody say, “love!” There’s plenty of love on this reality competition series, with some contestants and guests even getting wed by RuPaul. However, plenty of other drag performers who sashayed into RuPaul’s Drag Race are ordained and have officiated weddings. 

Here’s what we know about these drag performers. 

RuPaul on ABC's 'The View'
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RuPaul wed Joslyn Fox and her fiancé during the season 6 finale

For one episode of each Drag Race season, RuPaul typically invites those who are not contestants to enter the Werk Room for a drag makeover. For season 5, that meant United States veterans. For season 10, that meant social media celebrities like Tyler Oakley and Frankie Grande. 

For season 6, however, that meant engaged couples, with the husband getting in drag to wed their partner on television. Some blushing brides looked more fabulous than others, but with RuPaul being an ordained minister, the episode was a magical wedding experience for each couple. 

Even at the finale, RuPaul had to chance to ordain another wedding. This one was for contestant Joslyn Fox, who was engaged prior to entering the competition. The couple said “I do” in front of the other competitors and the audience.

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A few ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ queens are ordained ministers

RuPaul is an ordained minister but she’s not the only queen from this series who officiated weddings. RuPaul’s Drag Race season 4 and All-Stars 4 contestant Latrice Royale is also an ordained minister. (This isn’t a surprise to some fans, especially those who know her for the “Jesus is a biscuit” song.)

According to one Reddit user, former season 8 contestant, “Robbie Turner, just talked about being an ordained minister and doing a lot of gay weddings on The Sewers of Paris podcast.” It’s unclear, however, if these performers are exclusively doing weddings for people that they already know.

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Some drag queens, including Trixie Mattel, performed at fan weddings

While some Ru Girls officiated weddings in the past, others performed at the wedding for the guests. That includes season 6 contestant, Trinity K Bonet, who did a Beyoncé performance for one couple.

In 2019, All-Stars winner, Trixie Mattel, sang at a wedding, posting a video to social media as a result. When it comes to the Drag Race competition, some performers adorned wedding gowns for specific categories on the mainstage.

That includes season 2’s “wedding photoshoot,” the same episode where Tatianna completely called out Tyra for her attitude. 

Some of the RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants even had their partners came back for the makeover episode, including Manila Luzon’s husband and Trinity the Tuck’s boyfriend for one episode of All-Stars.

There were even some relationships that transpired between the contestants — Brooke Lynn Hytes and Miss Vanjie’s fling was one of the best-known.

New episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race premiere on a weekly basis on VH1.