Watch RuPaul's Drag Tots queens wreak tiny havoc in exclusive season 2 trailer
Contrary to what Bianca Del Rio's eyelashes might have you believe, EW's exclusive Drag Tots season 2 trailer will have you believing that drag excellence is best served in a size small.
The new season of the World of Wonder-produced animated series unites RuPaul's Drag Race icons from around the world for another fabulous animated adventure. Among those joining Bianca as part of the returning cast are Latrice Royale, Detox, Adore Delano, Valentina, and Mama Ru herself in a tale of baby queens sashaying through life as up-and-coming queer superstars.
Drag Tots season 1 debuted on the WOW Presents Plus subscription streaming app back in 2018 as part of the production company's robust expansion of the Drag Race franchise, which now includes multiple spin-off programs as well as several international editions of the main competition in territories like the United Kingdom, Thailand, Holland, Spain, and more.
Drag Tots season 2 premieres Friday on WOW Presents Plus. In addition to EW's exclusive trailer reveal above, fans can preview the fabulous voiceover talents of Latrice and Bianca on the latest episode of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 6 on Paramount+, which features a main stage challenge inspired by the animated series.
Subscribe to EW's BINGE podcast for full recaps of RuPaul's Drag Race, including our new season diving into all five All Stars seasons, featuring exclusive interviews with Jujubee, Alexis Mateo, Shea Couleé, Alaska, Detox, BenDeLaCreme, Kennedy Davenport, and more. And be sure to catch up on our BINGE recaps of RuPaul's Drag Race seasons 1-13 with Symone, Jaida Essence Hall, Trixie Mattel, Katya, Peppermint, Bianca Del Rio, Bob the Drag Queen, Sasha Velour, and more!
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