RuPaul's Drag Race Season 6: Meet the Queens

The highly-anticipated (by me, anyway) sixth season of RuPaul's Drag Race will premiere February 2014 on LOGO. “It's our most outrageous and sickening cast to date," assures RuPaul. "And quite frankly, I'm scared of these queens.” Oh snap!

Let's meet the 14 drag queens who will be coming to your TV (and your heart) in just a few months.



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Adore Delano / Azusa, CA


"I'm a mermaid and I grew up singing so that the humans could hear me from above."



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April CarrionGuaynabo, Puerto Rico


"I need to compete with these bitches and let them know who's in charge."



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Ben De La CrèmeSeattle, WA


"I'm very excited about any of the challenges involving crafting. I'm a whiz with a glue gun."



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Bianca del RioNew York, NY


"My favorite RuPaul quote is 'Chantay, chantay, chantay!'"



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Courtney ActSydney, Australia


"I think my dad is my biggest fan. He's always saying...'Have you seen my son?' and brings up videos."



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Miss Darienne LakeRochester, NY


"I call myself 'Miss' because I like to let the boys know I'm single. Though my 14 cats might also let them know."



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Gia GunnChicago, IL


"This season I really hope to learn and understand other types of drag."



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Joslyn FoxWorchester, MA


"I've been performing in drag for six years, and I've been looking for that next opportunity to break it into the big time."



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Kelly MantleLos Angeles, CA


"Kelly Mantle is my boy name and my drag name. I figure my parents probably know best, so why f*ck with it?"



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Laganja EstranjaLos Angeles, CA


"I don't really sing in the shower, mama--I'm too busy lookin' at my gorgeous body."



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Magnolia CrawfordLos Angeles, CA


"I wanna make friends, I wanna have fun!"



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MilkNew York, NY


"I wanted to show that a man with muscles can get in a tight slinky dress, throw some makeup on his neanderthal face, and become a glamorous drag queen!"



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Trinity K. BonetAtlanta, GA


"The K is for Kardashian, but we don't use that for legal reasons."



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VivaciousNew York, NY


"My style is old-school, club-kid-style drag. I like looks that aren't so feminine, but when you walk in the room, it's such a dominating look, all you wanna do is look at me--not that queen over there."


Gahh! This is the most perfect group of humans ever! Who are you most psyched to see? Let us know in the comments!

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