10 new queens will enter the Werkroom and go through one of the toughest competitions/ bootcamps of their lives. Alongside singing, dancing and acting, the queens must be able to sew, create veritable works of art on their faces, impersonate a variety of celebrities, insult their fellow queens and lip sync as if their lives depend on it.
RuPaul and his crew of twelve new British queens will be bringing some sequins and sass to our screens this dreary January.
With Michelle Visage, Graham Norton, Alan Carr and a host of surprise celebrity guest judges offering their critiques of the chosen drag queens, the series will see the queens battle it out through a series of challenges, cat walks and lip-syncs to ultimately be crowned Britain’s next drag superstar.
Meet the 2021 contestants:
From Newport, South Wales, Tayce describes her look as ‘model-esque, villainous, dark, punky and edgy’.
The eight-part documentary series will give viewers an insight into the hard graft behind the glitz and glamour of the Drag Race UK tour.
The series begins only a few days after The Vivienne won the UK’s first Drag Race and was crowned Drag Race Superstar, with all the queens working together to put on big, showstopping group performances and captivating audiences with their own individual talents, from circus skills, to power ballads.
Start your engines! RuPaul’s Drag Race has finally made its way across the pond for a UK makeover – and a weekly podcast from BBC Sounds for even more content about the nation’s favourite drag queens.
After 11 series of the popular US drag competition, diehard fans rejoiced when it was announced that RuPaul’s Drag Race would be heading to BBC Three for the first UK series.
The series will be available exclusively on BBC Three on 3rd October at 8pm, with episodes available weekly on BBC iPlayer.
Ten unique drag queens will be competing to win the title of the UK’s first Drag Race Superstar, having all been picked by Mama Ru herself.
A sneak peak of the first episode has been released, which includes judges Michelle Visage, Alan Carr and guest judge Andrew Garfield.
The first challenge requires the queens to showcase two royal looks that will rule the runway.
The eight-part series will search the UK for the brightest and best drag queens to discover the UK's next drag superstar.
To get the crown, the queens must first be put through an array of challenges, testing the contestants’ acting, modelling and comedy skills.
A series regular in the US version, Michelle Visage has judged eight series of RuPaul’s Drag Race in the US and has collaborated with RuPaul for over two decades.
“We've been working tirelessly to bring the magic of RuPaul's Drag Race to my favourite city in the world: London!” Said Visage.