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Nina West spills the T about “All Stars”

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Since Nina West was controversially eliminated on Drag Race’s 11th season in sixth place earlier this year, fans of the series have demanded for the star to make a comeback on an upcoming season of All Stars.

The legendary performer won two challenges and provided fans with a much-needed dose of “old school” comedy and camp, ultimately becoming one of the most beloved queens in the show’s HERstory.

GayTimes have asked her if she would return to “All Stars”…“Hell yeah! Fuck yeah. Hell yes, I’d be down for All Stars. I mean, it would be a crime if I didn’t do it, right? Here’s the thing, after the show with what I’ve experienced, it would be really hard to go back, because this has been kind of a dream, a dream ending.” But, as Mother Ru says, ‘Never say no to television.’

“I’d be a little more free and operate in a different way. I don’t know if that would be good or bad, but I guess we’ll have to see. Drag Race is acting, sewing, but All Stars is acting, singing, performing. That’s who I am. So if I was offered, I would say yes.”

Read the full interview on GayTimes

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