The wait for "RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race" Season 2 is nearly over, as it is promised to premiere on Thursday, Aug. 25. The show is one of the most competitive reality shows considering seasoned drag queens who already know what to expect of RuPaul will be competing for another shot at becoming America's new drag superstar.

The queens who will try to impress Ru and his panel of judges are Adore Delano (Season Six),Alaska (Season Five), Alyssa Edwards (Season Five), Coco Montrese (Season Five), Detox (Season Five), Ginger Minj (Season Seven), Katya (Season Seven), Phi Phi O'Hara (Season Four), Roxxxy Andrews (Season Five) and Tatianna (Season Two). Meanwhile, Michele Visage and Carson Kressley will return as judges along with Ru, joining them will be "American Idol" Season 9 semi-finalist and YouTube sensation Todrick Hall.

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Fans know that "All Stars" offer the fantastic queens who have already competed in "RuPaul's Drag Race" a second chance at becoming a royalty in drag race history. "The world needs these queens now more than ever," said Ru regarding the upcoming "RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race," adding, "We take great pride in providing a platform for our All Stars to shine bright. Because fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce."

Meanwhile, you can get your fix of Ru and his girls with the ongoing "RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 8 RuVealed," which is aired at 7 p.m. (EST) on Sundays. The show offers a never-before-seen look into Season 8, which crowned Bob the Drag Queen as the winner, is packed with Ru's authentic reads and behind-the-scenes gossip.