Drag Race royalty Shea Couleé celebrates historic All Stars 5 win by… launching an OnlyFans
Drag Race All Stars 5 winner Shea Couleé can now be found on OnlyFans.
Having narrowly missed out on the crown during her season nine run, Shea finally did what she set out to do on RuPaul’s Drag Race by walking away with the All Stars 5 crown.
If there’s one thing we know about Shea Couleé, it’s that she doesn’t follow the conventional path. So to celebrate her historic win, rather than releasing a single or a make-up palette as has become the norm, the Chicago queen debuted a page on OnlyFans.
“I’m so excited to be joining the OnlyFans community!” she tweeted Sunday (July 26).
The social media platform is infamous for its large cache of adult content, with porn performers and amateurs using the site to connect directly with fans for a monthly fee.
However, Shea Couleé’s OnlyFans looks set to be strictly PG-13 – and is free to follow.
The All Stars 5 winner is using OnlyFans to share “exclusive behind the scenes content, photo shoots, videos and live makeup tutorials” – plus “a very big surprise” to be announced soon.
Drag Race crowns Shea Couleé as All Stars 5 winner.
Shea Couleé was announced as the winner of Drag Race All Stars 5 on Friday (July 24) after a gravity-defying final challenge and an instantly-iconic final lip sync to Janelle Monae’s “Make Me Feel”.
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Shortly after the finale, Shea told Entertainment Weekly that winning felt like a “full circle” moment, explaining: “I came across RuPaul’s Drag Race when I was at a low point in my early twenties, and it brought me out of a place of sadness and inspired me to want to do drag.
“To be here almost 10 years later as the winner shows that representation and programs like this are so important because they help give hope and meaning to people who feel lost.”
Her victory made her the third Black queen to win a title in 2020, following season 12 victor Jaida Essence Hall and Miss Congeniality Heidi N Closet.
Throughout the season Shea used her drag to celebrate Blackness, telling RuPaul that Black women served as constant inspiration.
“In my mind, when I look at Black women, I see God,” she told EW.
“They’re so powerful, beautiful, glamorous, vulnerable, strong, and wonderful.
“They’ve contributed to so much of American pop culture that it only makes sense that I humbly dedicate myself to building them up and giving them glory, because it’s what they deserve.”