Find out who's competing on RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars season five—which is back on VH1 not Showtime

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RuPaul’s Drag Race knows how to bring the drama. No, we’re not talking about that controversial lip sync decision... or the catfishing scandal... or Ru’s fracking... or the criticized move of the upcoming all-stars season from VH1 to Showtime. Actually, we are talking about that last one. It was announced today that RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 5 will now run on VH1, where the series has aired since it moved from Logo in 2017. It will premiere June 5 at 8 p.m. ET.

Here are the ten queens returning to compete for the crown this time around.

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Blair St. Clair (Season 10)

Blair was the sixth contestant eliminated, losing to The Vixen in a lip sync and placing ninth. She was in the top her first three weeks in the competition before two safe weeks and the week she went home.

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Miz Cracker (Season 10)

Miz Cracker was the tenth contestant eliminated, losing to Kameron Michaels in a lip sync and placing fifth. She placed in the top five out of 11 weeks but never won a challenge.

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Mayhem Miller (Season 10)

After winning the first week of season 10 and placing in the top the following week, Mayhem was safe for one week, then in the bottom twice. She was the fifth eliminated, losing to The Vixen in a lip sync and placing 10th.

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Shea Couleé (Season nine)

Shea made it all the way to the finals of season nine, winning four challenges and surviving one bottom-two lip sync. In the finals, she placed behind Peppermint and winner Sasha Velour.

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Derrick Barry (Season eight)

A week after a win, Derrick Barry became the lost a lip sync to eventual winner Bob the Drag Queen, becoming the ninth queen sent home and placing fifth.

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Alexis Mateo (Season three, All Stars 1)

In season three, Alexis made it all the way to the finals, where she placed third behind Manila Luzon and winner Raja. She was paired with Yara Sofia for All Stars 1; they were eliminated in week four (the week before the finals) when Alexis lost a lip sync to Raven.

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Jujubee (Season two, All Stars 1)

Jujubee was a season-two finalist, ultimately placing third behind Raven and Tyra Sanchez. In All Stars 1, she was partnered with Raven and they made it all the way to the finals. They were judged individually in the end, and Jujubee was placed behind Raven and winner Chad Michaels.

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Mariah Paris Balenciaga (Season three)

Known just as Mariah, she was sent home fifth after losing a lip sync to Delta Work, putting her in ninth place.

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India Ferrah (Season three)

India lasted four weeks on season three, making her the underdog of All Stars 5 with the least weeks spent on Drag Race out of the bunch. She placed tenth after losing a lip sync to Stacy Layne Matthews.

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Ongina (Season one)

After two wins, Ongina was sent home fifth after losing a lip sync to eventual winner Bebe Zahara Benet, putting her in fifth place.

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