First All Stars-Season of ‘La Más Draga’ Reveals Celebrity Ensemble — Watch It Here

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The longest-running drag queen competition YouTube show in Mexico will bring together its biggest stars. La Más Draga revealed what looks to be the stellar celebrity ensemble for the upcoming all-stars spin-off. Fans have been speculating that the cast will be the judges on the show.

Before Drag Race México sashayed onto TV screens last year, there was La Más Draga. Since 2018, the series has crowned six drag queens with the title of “La Más Draga.” With six seasons under its belt, the competition has more than enough queens to return for its very first all-stars competition. Some prominent La Más Draga alumni include Drag Race Mexico’s Margaret y Ya (season one) and Gala Varo (season two).

The panel of presumed special guest judges for the Solo Las Más spin-off will be filled with beloved Mexican figures in the LGBTQ+ community. The six hosts of each season of the show will also be returning, though their roles have yet to be announced.

Mexican actress and singer Lorena Herrera will be making her return. She served as host of the first season back in 2018. Herrera is most known for iconic telenovelas that she’s starred in, including Dos Mujeres, Un Camino, and Amy, La Niña de la Mochila Azul with Danna Paola. Vanessa Claudio hosted the second season of La Más Draga. She is known for being a former beauty pageant contestant from Puerto Rico and later a popular TV personality in Mexico. Claudio released the song “Actitud” as part of the season that she was on.

Karla Díaz served as the host of the third season. She is a singer in the Mexican pop group JNS. Díaz is also known for her popular YouTube series “Pinky Promise.” And Roberto Carlo was the host of the fourth season. As an openly gay man, he was the first person from the LGBTQ+ community to host the show. Carlo also appeared in the telenovela Rebelde and Gossip Girl: Acapulco.

Maca Carriedo hosted the fifth season of La Más Draga. Being openly lesbian, she was the first woman from the LGBTQ+ community to host the show. Marisol González, the Mexican TV personality who hosted the recent sixth season, will return as well.

The new blood joining the show includes Mexican singer Lolita Cortés, who was known for not being afraid to speak her mind as a judge on La Academia. Mexican celebrity makeup artists Alfonso Waithsman and Luis Torres round out the cast. 

Solo Las Más will start streaming on YouTube in March.