If you are a fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race and you’re living on the Emerald Isle (potential drag name), then you NEED to be in this Facebook group for Irish Drag Race fans.
Almost every episode gives us hilarious moments and memes related to the show that often break the internet. Remember when Ms Vanjie literally took over the world with her iconic exit?
So, it’s about time someone took it upon themselves to create a space for all of us Drag Race stans based in Ireland to have a group where we can fire around memes and commentary about the latest episode’s shenanigans.
We are LIVING for Ireland Drag Race Fans!
Who knew the show and its memes were so applicable to life in Ireland?
And the comments under this post KILLED us.
And trust me, there is way more where that came from.
But before joining the group, make sure you know the rules and abide by them! Nobody wants to be the Willam of the group and get the chop. Nobody wants to pull out your lipstick, but gurl, if you post spoilers you shall be banished.
Before being allowed to join the group, members will also be asked a series of questions to ensure they are not spam accounts. You will be asked if you are any of the followwing: a spam account, a robot, or Serena Cha Cha.
One of the group’s founders, James Mitchell, told us why he decided to set up the page:
“There is already a really popular Facebook group called ‘Ireland Simpsons Fans’, and I randomly thought to myself, ‘I wonder if there’s one for Drag Race?’ There wasn’t… so, here we are!”
And we are so happy it’s here.
If you are an Irish Drag Race fan, or a Drag Race fan living 0n the Emerald Isle, you should definitely check out the Facebook group here.
Oh, and by the way…
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