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Here’s Who Won ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ 5

On Friday (July 24) evening, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 5 crowned a winner-winner chicken dinner. After a performance to RuPaul’s “Clap Back” that found each finalist delivering their own lyrics and executing some seriously sickening choreo courtesy Billboard cover star Todrick Hall, the final three – Jujubee, Miz Cracker and Shea Couleé – lip synched to LGBTQ icon Janelle Monae’s “Make Me Feel” to secure the top spot in the Drag Race hall of fame.

Dripping in blue and white eleganza, Couleé secured the top spot after a near miss in season 9, which famously saw Sasha Velour (rose) petal her way to the crown during a Whitney Houston lip sync.

This time, however, the “Collide” singer nabbed the crown. “Two time’s the charm!” Couleé said. “If my dad could see me now, he’d be like, ‘that’s my son,’” the AS5 said of his late father. “What this competition has given me this time is far more valuable than $100,000 because I feel like I’ve gotten my joy back.”

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