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Drag Race España
Drag Race España Logo.jpeg
Genre Reality competition
Created by RuPaul
Based on RuPaul's Drag Race
Presented by Supremme de Luxe
Judges Supremme de Luxe
Ana Locking
Javier Ambrossi
Javier Calvo
Opening theme RuPaul's Drag Race theme
Ending theme "Rock It (To the Moon)"
Country of origin Spain
Original language Spanish
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 60 minutes
Production companies Atresmedia Televisión
Buendía Estudios
World of Wonder (executive production)
Original network ATRESplayer Premium (Spain)
WOW Presents Plus (International)
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original release 30 May 2021 –
External links

Drag Race España (sometimes called Drag Race Spain) is a Spanish reality competition streaming television series produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with Buendía Estudios and executive produced by World of Wonder.[1][2] It is the Spanish adaptation of the Drag Race franchise.[3] In a similar format to the American version, the show features a crop of Spanish drag queens as they compete for a grand prize of €30,000 and the title of "Spain's First Drag Superstar".[4] The series is airing on ATRESplayer Premium in Spain and on WOW Presents Plus elsewhere.[2] The first season premiered on 30 May,[5][6] and concluded on 25 July 2021.

The winner of the first season of Drag Race España was Carmen Farala.

The series was renewed for a second season.[7]


Casting occurred in early 2021 with filming starting by early March 2021.[8][9]

In Spain, the show is carried by ATRESplayer Premium. In the United States, the United Kingdom, and other international territories, the series premiered on WOW Presents Plus, the streaming service of RuPaul's Drag Race production company World of Wonder, concurrently with its Spanish debut.[2]

On August 31, 2021, it was announced that Atresmedia renewed the series for a second season.[7]


Ages, names, and places of origin stated are at time of filming.[10]

Contestants of Drag Race España and their backgrounds
Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Carmen Farala 31 Seville Winner
Killer Queen 31 Madrid Runner-up
Sagittaria 22 Barcelona
Pupi Poisson 38 Madrid 4th Place
Dovima Nurmi 24 Barcelona 5th Place
Hugáceo Crujiente 25 Valencia 6th Place
Arantxa Castilla La Mancha 23 Badajoz 7th Place
Inti 20 La Paz 8th Place[a]
Drag Vulcano 30 Las Palmas 9th Place
The Macarena 29 San Fernando 10th Place
  1. ^ Inti withdrew from the competition.

Contestant progress[edit]


  Carmen Farala won Drag Race España.
  Killer Queen and Sagittaria were the runners-up.
  Pupi Poisson was voted Miss Congeniality (Miss C).
  WIN indicates the contestant won the challenge in that episode.
  SAFE indicates that the contestant was declared safe by the judges in that episode.
  BTM (Bottom) indicates that the contestant had to lip sync in that episode.
  ELIM (Eliminated) indicates that the contestant was eliminated in that episode.
  QUIT indicates that the contestant quit the competition in that episode.
  Guest, indicates that the contestant returned as a guest in that episode.
Progress of contestants including rank/position in each episode
Contestant Episode
1[11] 2[12] 3[13] 4[14] 5[15] 6[16] 7[17] 8[18] 9[19]
Carmen Farala SAFE WIN SAFE SAFE SAFE WIN WIN Guest Winner
Killer Queen SAFE SAFE SAFE WIN BTM SAFE BTM Guest Runner-up
Sagittaria SAFE SAFE WIN SAFE SAFE BTM BTM Guest Runner-up
Dovima Nurmi BTM SAFE BTM SAFE SAFE ELIM Guest Guest
Hugáceo Crujiente WIN SAFE SAFE BTM ELIM Guest Guest
Arantxa Castilla La Mancha SAFE BTM SAFE ELIM Guest Guest
Inti SAFE SAFE QUIT Guest Guest
Drag Vulcano SAFE ELIM Guest Guest
The Macarena ELIM Guest Guest

Lip syncs[edit]

Summary of Drag Race España lip syncs
Episode Contestants Song Eliminated
1 Dovima Nurmi vs. The Macarena "Sobreviviré [es]"
(Mónica Naranjo)
The Macarena
2 Arantxa Castilla La Mancha vs. Drag Vulcano "Veneno pa tu piel [es]"
(La Veneno)
Drag Vulcano
3 Dovima Nurmi "Mocatriz"
(Ojete Calor)
4 Arantxa Castilla La Mancha vs. Hugáceo Crujiente "Pussy"
(Bad Gyal)
Arantxa Castilla La Mancha
5 Hugáceo Crujiente vs. Killer Queen "Espectacular"
Hugáceo Crujiente
6 Dovima Nurmi vs. Sagittaria "Aute Cuture"
Dovima Nurmi
7 Killer Queen vs. Pupi Poisson vs. Sagittaria "Cuando tú vas [es]"
Pupi Poisson
9 Carmen Farala vs. Killer Queen vs. Sagittaria "La gata bajo la lluvia [es]"
(Rocío Dúrcal)
Killer Queen
  The contestant was eliminated after their first time in the bottom.
  The contestant was eliminated after their second time in the bottom.
  The contestant was eliminated after their third time in the bottom.
  The contestant was eliminated after the final lip sync of the season.

Host and judges[edit]

On 15 February 2021, it was confirmed that the show would be hosted by Spanish drag queen Supremme de Luxe.[20] On 1 March 2021, it was announced that the judges panel would include fashion designer Ana Locking, and film and television actors, directors and writers Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo.[21]

Guest judges[edit]

Listed in chronological order:

Special guests[edit]

Guests who appeared in episodes, but did not judge on the main stage.

Episode 4

Episode 6

Episode 8

Episode 9


No. Title Original air date
1 "¡Bienvenidas a España!"
"Bienvenidas Reinas"
30 May 2021


  • Guest Judge: Jon Kortajarena
  • Mini Challenge: Photo shoot riding a mechanical bull
  • Mini Challenge Winner: Carmen Farala
  • Main Challenge: Design a look made from rummage sale items
  • Challenge Winner: Hugáceo Crujiente
  • Bottom Two: Dovima Nurmi and The Macarena
  • Lip Sync Song: "Sobreviviré [es]" by Mónica Naranjo
  • Eliminated: The Macarena
2 "Divas" 6 June 2021


  • Guest Judge: Paca La Piraña [es]
  • Mini Challenge: Unscramble the letters shown by the Pit Crew to find the hidden word
  • Mini Challenge Winner: Pupi Poisson
  • Main Challenge: As a group, write lyrics to a song and perform them in front of the judges
  • Runway Theme: Tribute to La Veneno
  • Challenge Winner: Carmen Farala
  • Bottom Two: Arantxa Castilla La Mancha and Drag Vulcano
  • Lip Sync Song: "Veneno pa tu piel [es]" by La Veneno
  • Eliminated: Drag Vulcano
3 "Mocatriz" 13 June 2021


  • Guest Judge: Carlos Areces
  • Mini Challenge: Create a quick drag character to play football
  • Mini Challenge Winner: Killer Queen
  • Main Challenge: In pairs, act as influencers for a themed magazine
  • Runway Theme: My Roots
  • Challenge Winner: Sagittaria
  • Bottom Two: Dovima Nurmi and Inti
  • Lip Sync Song: "Mocatriz" by Ojete Calor
  • Quit: Inti
  • Note: Inti quit the competition during untucked after receiving negative critiques. Inti was originally in the bottom two alongside Dovima Nurmi. Since Inti quit, the judges asked Dovima Nurmi to lip-sync by herself.
4 "Snatch Game" 20 June 2021


  • Guest Judge: Bad Gyal
  • Mini Challenge: Reading is Fundamental
  • Mini Challenge Winner: Pupi Poisson
  • Mini Challenge Prize: A pack of underwear and swimsuits courtosy of Addicted.
  • Main Challenge: The Snatch Game
  • Runway Themes: Trashy Chick, Aggressive Executive and Marbella Jet-Set
  • Challenge Winner: Killer Queen
  • Bottom Two: Arantxa Castilla La Mancha and Hugáceo Crujiente
  • Lip Sync Song: "Pussy" by Bad Gyal
  • Eliminated: Arantxa Castilla La Mancha
5 "The Art of Drag"
"Básica o cínica"
27 June 2021


  • Guest Judge: Alaska
  • Mini Challenge: In pairs, stomp grapes and make the most juice
  • Mini Challenge Winners: Carmen Farala and Pupi Poisson
  • Main Challenge: Act in a drag version of the series Física o Química
  • Runway Theme: Spanish Art Eleganza Extravaganza
  • Challenge Winner: Pupi Poisson
  • Bottom Two: Hugáceo Crujiente and Killer Queen
  • Lip Sync Song: "Espectacular" by Fangoria
  • Eliminated: Hugáceo Crujiente
6 "Drags de la Comedia" 4 July 2021


  • Guest Judge: Susi Caramelo [es]
  • Mini Challenge: Everybody Loves Puppets
  • Mini Challenge Winner: Carmen Farala
  • Mini Challenge Prize: A gift card to use in Ribes & Casals shops
  • Main Challenge: Roast the judges
  • Runway Theme: Night of a Thousand Rosalía's
  • Challenge Winner: Carmen Farala
  • Bottom Two: Dovima Nurmi and Sagittaria
  • Lip Sync Song: "Aute Cuture" by Rosalía
  • Eliminated: Dovima Nurmi
7 "Final Four"
"Titanes del drag"
11 July 2021


  • Guest Judge: Envy Peru
  • Mini Challenge: Apply quick drag makeup without mirrors
  • Mini Challenge Winner: Carmen Farala
  • Main Challenge: Give drag makeovers to rugby players from the LGBTI+ inclusive club Madrid Titanes
  • Runway Theme: Fury of the Titans
  • Challenge Winner: Carmen Farala
  • Maxi Challenge Prize: Two-night stay, dinner and spa treatments for 2 at W Barcelona, for both the contestant and their makeover partner
  • Bottom Three: Killer Queen, Pupi Poisson and Sagittaria
  • Lip Sync Song: "Cuando tú vas [es]" by Chenoa
  • Eliminated: Pupi Poisson
8 "Drag Race España Reunion Show"
"El Reencuentro"
18 July 2021


  • Miss Congeniality: Pupi Poisson
  • Miss Congeniality Prize: €3,000
9 "Drag Race España Grand Finale"
"La gran final"
25 July 2021


  • Main Challenge: Do a dance routine to RuPaul's "U Wear It Well"
  • Runway Theme: My Best Drag Look
  • Lip Sync Song: "La gata bajo la lluvia [es]" by Rocío Dúrcal
  • Runners-up: Killer Queen and Sagittaria
  • Winner of Drag Race España: Carmen Farala
10 "Reaction from the Queen: España Season 1"
"La coronación"
1 August 2021
The three finalists watch the grand finale for the first time and react to finding out the winner. The special episode was hosted by television presenter Jonathan Ruiz.[22]


  1. ^ "ATRESplayer PREMIUM adaptará para España el fenómeno global 'Drag Race', ganador de 19 premios Emmy" (in Spanish). Atresmedia. 16 November 2020. Retrieved 16 November 2020.
  2. ^ Jump up to:a b c Ramos, Dino-Ray (16 November 2020). "World Of Wonder To Launch 'Drag Race Spain'". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 16 November 2020.
  3. ^ Nolfi, Joey (16 November 2020). "Drag Race Spain to grow RuPaul's global reign". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 16 November 2020.
  4. ^ "'Drag Race España': Fecha de estreno, sinopsis, reparto y todo lo que tienes que saber". El Español. 15 February 2021. Retrieved 5 April 2021.
  5. ^ "Drag Race España: la lista de las 10 'reinas' concursantes del estreno en Atresplayer Premium". eldiario.es (in Spanish). 26 April 2021. Retrieved 26 April2021.
  6. ^ "ATRESplayer PREMIUM estrena en exclusiva 'Drag Race España' el próximo 30 de mayo". premium.atresplayer.com (in Spanish). 5 May 2021. Retrieved 5 May 2021.
  7. ^ Jump up to:a b "Atresmedia renueva 'Drag Race España' tras triunfar con su primera temporada en ATRESplayer PREMIUM" (in Spanish). El Español. 31 August 2021. Retrieved 31 August 2021.
  8. ^ "'Drag Race España' abre casting de concursantes para su primera edición en Atresplayer Premium" (in Spanish). eldiario.es. 30 December 2020. Retrieved 30 December 2020.
  9. ^ "Una filtración de 'Drag Race España' desvela su primer juez invitado y la estética del plató" (in Spanish). eldiario.es. 3 March 2021. Retrieved 3 March2021.
  10. ^ Drag Race España [@DragRaceES] (26 April 2021). "¡Buenos días! ¿Listxs, racers? #DragRaceEs Demos la bienvenida a nuestras reinas" [Good Day! Ready, racers? #DragRaceEs Let's welcome our queens] (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  11. ^ "¡Bienvenidas a España!". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 1. 30 May 2021.
  12. ^ "Divas". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 2. 6 June 2021.
  13. ^ "Mocatriz". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 3. 13 June 2021.
  14. ^ "Snatch Game". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 4. 20 June 2021.
  15. ^ "The Art of Drag". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 5. 27 June 2021.
  16. ^ "Drags de la Comedia". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 6. 4 July 2021.
  17. ^ "Final Four". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 7. 11 July 2021.
  18. ^ "Drag Race España Reunion Show". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 8. 18 July 2021.
  19. ^ "Drag Race España Grand Finale". Drag Race España. Season 1. Episode 9. 25 July 2021.
  20. ^ "Supremme de Luxe será la presentadora de 'RuPaul's Drag Race' en España" (in Spanish). Vogue Spain. 15 February 2021. Retrieved 15 February2021.
  21. ^ Avendaño, Tom C. (1 March 2021). "Ana Locking, Javier Ambrossi y Javier Calvo serán el jurado de 'Drag Race España'". El País (in Spanish). Retrieved 1 March 2021.
  22. ^ "'Drag Race España' emite este domingo 'La coronación' en ATRESplayer PREMIUM". premium.atresplayer.com (in Spanish). 28 July 2021. Retrieved 1 August 2021.

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