'RuPaul's Drag Race' Producer Jacqueline Wilson Mourned by Cast and Crew

Wilson had been with the show since its second season

World of Wonder

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” co-executive producer Jacqueline Wilson has died, inspiring an outpouring from the show’s cast and crew on social media. Her cause of death was not immediately known.

Series host and executive producer RuPaul Charles broke the news on Twitter Tuesday writing, “I could never express in words her invaluable contribution to the success of ‘Drag Race,’ and to all the lives of those who were fortunate enough to have worked alongside her. Love always, my friend.”

Wilson joined the then-Logo series as a supervising producer in Season 2, and was promoted to co-executive producer. She was among the producers nominated for Outstanding Reality Competition Program at the 2019 Emmys.

“This summer we had the pleasure of producing season 12 with Jacqueline,” production company World of Wonder wrote in a Facebook post. “To the very end she was devoted to telling the stories of the queens that she loved so much … When her work family gathers for the Emmy ceremony this year we’ll be celebrating Jacqueline Wilson’s ‘Drag Race.’”

Prior to spending a decade with World of Wonder and “Drag Race,” Wilson’s credits included “Basketball Wives” and the short-lived competition series “I Want to Work for Diddy” and “The Rebel Billionaire: Branson’s Quest for the Best.”

Our beloved colleague Jacqueline Wilson has passed away. We could never express in words her invaluable contribution to…

Posted by World of Wonder on Wednesday, September 11, 2019

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