The search for the newest Queen of the Universe is officially on!
The sensational reality competition series of the same name crowned Brazilian bombshell Grag Queen as it’s winner (with American stunner Ada Vox coming in as runner up) during Season 1, and this year’s crop of supremely talented singing superstars all look just as talented.
This year’s crop of belting beauties vying for a cash prize of $250,000 hail from nine different countries and includes Aura Eternal (Palermo, Italy), Chloe V (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Jazell Royale (Orlando, FL, U.S.), Love Masisi (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Maxie (Manila, Philippines), Militia Scunt (San Francisco, CA, U.S.), Miss Sistrata (Tel Aviv, Israel), Taiga Brava (Cancun, Mexico), Trevor Ashley (Sydney, Australia), and Viola (Coventry, England, U.K.).
Global Drag titan (and multiple Emmy-Award winner) RuPaul serves as Executive Producer alongside World of Wonder & MTV Entertainment Studios. This year, the judges panel gets a bit of a change up, with legendary Spice Girl Mel B joining the “Pop Diva Panel” of judges.
Returning judges include platinum-selling recording artist, three-time Emmy-winning producer and judge of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Michelle Visage,multi-Emmy and Grammy nominee Vanessa Williams; and American drag superstar Trixie Mattel. "RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K." judge and across the pond icon Graham Norton is back as host as the queens vie week after week to see who will be declared Queen of the Universe.
Season 2 of "Queen of the Universe" premieres exclusively on Paramount+ March 31 in the U.S. and Canada, and on April 1in the U.K., Latin America, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Australia.