Lady Gaga on the RuPaul's Drag Race Season Premiere

Lady Gaga on the RuPaul's Drag Race Season Premiere

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It's time to make watch party plans!

RuPaul's Drag Race season 9 will premiere March 24, 7 p.m. on VH1.

This season of the Emmy award-winning series may not feature any Texas-based contestants, but gay bars across the state will still host weekly viewing parties for the #1 LGBT show on TV.

For the uninitiated: RuPaul's Drag Race is a reality competition show featuring drag queens from across the country. It's Project Runway meets America's Next Top Model with better makeup.

There is a lot to look forward to on this season of Drag Race, including the show's first openly transgender contestant and Lady Gaga's appearance during the premiere.

In addition to featuring bigger celebrity judges, this season also marks a notable departure for the series -- a new channel. Although Drag Race has aired both on LOGO and VH1 for several years, this is the first season that the show is being advertised as a VH1-first show. 

While we wait for the premiere of Drag Race, here is a look back at the top five moments from RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars 2.

5. Alyssa's beauty mask

Dallas drag superstar Alyssa Edwards served some Silence of the Lambs-realness when putting on her 'beauty mask.'

Whatever works.

4. Reading Challenge extras

The queens went out for blood during the All Stars 2 reading challenge. 

Here is some shade that didn't make it to TV:

3. Alaska's 'best friends race' moment

All Stars 2 winner Alaska let her former partners in crime know that she was focused on the crown this season. 

Apparently, the focus paid off.

2. Tatianna vs. Alyssa Edwards

In what was truly a "Lip Sync for Your Legacy," Tatianna faced-off against Alyssa Edwards and left everyone stunned. This is frequently cited as one of the best Drag Race performances of all time. 

1. Read U Wrote U

Finalists Alaska, Detox, Katya, and Roxxxy Andrews gave us an epic performance during the All Stars 2 finale. The song "Read U Wrote U" is also one of the most memorable songs to come out of the series.

Many (shady) versions of this song wholly omit Roxxxy Andrews' part, so don't be surprised if you don't hear this exact version in the club.

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