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Watch Drag Race stars Kerri Colby and Kornbread do their Snatch Game characters we never got to see
The queens reveal their celebrity impressions of Mariah Carey and Leslie Jordan that they didn't got the chance to do on season 14.
Learn more about the Second Age of Middle-earth with new Tolkien book The Fall of Númenor
Check out exclusive illustrations from veteran fantasy artist Alan Lee. The period detailed in this new collection will also be the setting for Amazon's upcoming Lord of the Rings TV show.
The man who would be King: Inside Austin Butler's Elvis transformation
The actor, his director Baz Luhrmann, and costar Tom Hanks reflect on how the 30-year-old found the rebel, the soul, and the rock & roll heart of Elvis Presley.
Kornbread planned to come out as trans to a photo of her young self if she stayed on Drag Race
"I was going to be like, 'I want to tell that kid that now is your moment,' because I wanted to live my authentic dream as a drag queen on the show," Kornbread tells EW.
Drag Race stars Willow Pill and Kornbread clarify that they're not 'quitting drag' any time soon
"When I say I'm weaning away from drag [I mean] bars and clubs," Kornbread tells EW, while Willow says there's "a desire to phase out of drag" longer-term, but not immediately.
Kathy Najimy offered to call RuPaul to recommend Kornbread for Drag Race on Hocus Pocus 2 set
"I wasn't supposed to be there. So they all thought I was a local queen. Kathy Najimy comes up and she goes, 'One day I hope you're on Drag Race,'" Kornbread tells EW.

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Drag Race season 14's 'Trantastic 5' reunite to talk chaos, clashes, and secrets of their her-storic run
Kerri Colby, Willow Pill, Kornbread "The Snack" Jeté, Bosco, and Jasmine Kennedie reunite for EW's behind-the-scenes dive into why Drag Race season 14 was the year's best reality event.
See first photos of Sprung, which reunites Raising Hope team
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Hear Joaquina Kalukango set fire to 'Let It Burn' off the Paradise Square Broadway album

After tearing the house down singing 'Let It Burn' on the Tony Awards, now you can hear Joaquina Kalukango deliver the number on the cast album.