RuPaul is serving a banquet of Drag Race extravagance having just confirmed season 12 of Drag Race and All Stars season 5, as well as ruvealing the werk room for Drag Race UK.
Making the announcement on the show’s official Instagram page, RuPaul let the world know she was bringing more Drag Race to our screens than ever before. “Hey squirrel friends! Are you hungry for more RuPaul’s Drag Race? Well good, because your country breakfast is ready,” RuPaul said during the announcement.
The upcoming months will be jam-packed with stunning drag talent, conflama, and jaw-dropping stunts with Drag Race UK, Drag Race Season 12 and All Stars 5. This ain’t just breakfast, this a whole three-course meal and we are ready to tuck in.
And to further whet our appetite, Drag Race UK ruvealed their brand new werk room and a sneak preview of the main stage.
Mama Ru has made a trip across the pond in search for a queen with the most charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent in all the land.
— RuPaul's Drag Race UK (@dragraceukbbc) August 20, 2019
Mother has arrived. 👑 Here’s your first sneak peek of @rupaul hitting the main stage of @dragraceukbbc this October! 🇬🇧 Stay tuned for more stunty news this week + find out where to watch #DragRaceUK in your area: https://t.co/lwQEbigXDI pic.twitter.com/aJfe1B1tFf
— World of Wonder (@WorldOfWonder) August 19, 2019
Ten UK drag queens will be strutting their stuff down this gorgeous stage on BBC iPlayer this October. The queens have yet to be announced, but we are eager to see which drag queens will be introducing the world to the first season of Drag Race UK. Not to mention the Snatch Game possibilities it presents.
The queens and the stage isn’t the only thing getting us excited; there is also a host of amazing judges confirmed for Drag Race UK. Graham Norton, Alan Carr, Twiggy, Maisie Williams, Andrew Garfield, and Cheryl will be on the judge’s panel.
RuPaul is certainly spoiling Drag Race fans with this wide selection of tasty treats. Watch RuPaul make the Season 12 and All Stars 5 announcement on Instagram below:
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