RuPaul’s Drag Race star Victoria Scone made franchise history by proposing to her girlfriend in the final of Canada’s Drag Race: Canada vs The World.
During the finale that aired on Friday, the British drag queen posed questions on the main stage in front of the judges and other contestants.
Scone, who became the franchise’s first transgender female contestant in the third series of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK in 2021, later revealed on Instagram on Christmas Eve that her partner was Danny agreed.
Portsmouth-born Scone, whose real name is Emily Diapre, had to pull out of the UK series after she injured her knee in the first episode during a lip-sync battle.
She’s back with the second edition of the international sub-tournament, in which contestants from Drag Race versions around the world compete against each other.
On the show’s final episode, she said, “When I left last season, I think I let the world down as well as myself.
“And I stand here now very happy with what I’ve done, and I wouldn’t change for a second. And if I could get on my knees and beg for it, I would, but I want to get down on my knees for a different reason – for example, I want to propose to my girlfriend Dani, because I won’t be here right now. if it’s not for her.
“She is my better half and I could not have done this without her. So Dani, we’re probably watching this together right now. Will you marry me?”
The proposal shocked the judges and her competitors, with Ra’Jah O’Hara, who won the series, saying, “Say yes, say yes.”
On Saturday, Scone shared a video on Instagram of herself standing on stage watching the scene with her partner, who she then pulled into center.
On one knee, she said: “I don’t think I’ll do it in front of 13,000 people but Dani, I love you so much. I can’t be here without you. We are one, so will you marry me?”
The audience could hear screams of excitement as her partner Dani said “yes” and they kissed.
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Fellow Drag Race stars sent their congratulations, including RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK vs The World winner Blu Hydrangea, who posted a series of emotional emojis.
British drag artist Cheryl Hole wrote: “HAPPY MY KIDS, I LOVE YOU BOTH SO MUCH.”
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