RuPaul's Drag Race Season 6 winner Bianca Del Rio opened up on her drag style in a way that can help influence future contestants on the series.

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After snagging the crown in 2014, Del Rio mentioned in Thursday's report from STL Today how she's been doing drag for a long time and learned what she can and can't do. As the eighth season of the competition comes aboard, it might be helpful for the new queens to know where they lie.

"First and foremost I wanted to be a comedian who happens to do drag," the superstar said. "Tons of comedians have done drag- Milton Berle, Flip Wilson, Eddie Izzard- but all of them were straight men dressing up in drag. I'm a drag queen, but I'm not doing a drag show. I don't sing, I don't dance, I don't twirl. That's not for me. I'm 40. You know your limits and what you do, and for me that's comedy."

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Del Rio also pointed out that if a contestant doesn't win the race, that's okay- it's not about winning, it's about what was gained just from being on the show.

"I know so many queens who came on the show and it changed their lives," she said. "I said, 'Why not?' I didn't know if they would get my sense of was a pressure cooker, but I enjoy being thrown to the wolves. But it was an amazing experience- almost surreal- and I'm very grateful. Even if I wouldn't have won, there were some successful people from the show who didn't win. It's what you make out of it."

RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 is expected to premiere is spring 2016 on Logo TV.