Rupaul once again went on to win a second Emmy for outstanding host of a Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Program. "RuPaul’s Drag Race" which was nominated a total of seven awards, went onto to take home Outstanding Costumes and Picture Editing, Attitude reported Friday.

The show also hopes for another win for the Best Reality Competition series, which is part of the Primetime awards, which will air September 17th.

The host who delivered his speech from last week’s Dragcon in NYC said, “Thank you Television Academy, so much, you make this queen so proud,”

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The show picked up Outstanding Costume, for one which debuted during the premiere of season nine, 'Oh.

My. Gaga.’ The episode saw Lady Gaga as the guest judge. Gaga and RuPaul’s outfits were designed by Zaldy Goco and Perry Meek.

Mama Ru has hosted all nine seasons and the show has gone on to done very well. It has brought much-needed attention and understanding to the art of drag. The decision to give an Emmy to a show like this proves how far acceptance has become for the community.

"RuPaul’s Drag Race" which first aired in 2009 has gone onto produce nine winners, 113 contestants, and two all-stars winners. January will see the next All Stars 3 premiering, with season 10 said to be for early spring.

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Not only has the show seen record breaking viewing figures, but is has gone on to hold the annual Dragcon's.

The convention which first began in 2015, has tripled in size and attendees. The event which is held in LA held a second event this year. It was announced that Dragcon was to make its way to the big city of NYC. The event was a huge success with over 40,000 visiting and a return for its fourth year to LA is planned for May 2018.

With the success of Dragcon in America, the UK recently held its first ever European convention. Drag World UK saw its first year in London, complete with 20 queens consisting of UK, RuGirls, Haus Of Piss and over 10,000 attendees. The event was a resounding success.

Conventions such as these hold panels to discuss important topics such as drag becoming mainstream, nonbinary and the future of drag.

It’s a great place for people of all ages to meet their favorite drag queens and shop for wigs, makeup and fantastic drag queen merch.

The idea for both these events is to bring together fans and like-minded people where they can gather to enjoy themselves in a safe place. People come from all over the world to celebrate their diversity.