RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs The World The finale kicks off at 9pm on Tuesday on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer as the battle between the queens for the title of Global Drag Racing Superstar
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Versus The World will wrap up the show tonight as Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea, Mo Heart and Jujubee battle for the crown and a chance to score a single with RuPaul himself.
The series is the first in a series and has been a resounding success, with a dazzling array of judges including Jade Thirlwall, Katie Price and Michelle Keegan.
Tonight will see the final four queens take part in a “Lip Sync Smackdown for the Crown” as the eliminated queens will return to the main stage to watch RuPaul crown the “Queen of the Mother World”. milk diaper” first.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with The Mirror, Blu Hydrangea from Ireland said: “This is not the final four that I expected.
“I really knew once Mo walked in that they were definitely someone to watch out for, obviously maybe Pangina but I stopped her from following her, and I’ll do it again.
“Jimbo is probably also a good candidate for the finals. If this is a regular season and it’s a lip-sync for your life format, I think the top four would be me, Mo, Pangina and Jimbo.”
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Mo Heart explains her excitement at joining for the first time for the franchise. She said: “I think it’s really great. I’ve been here once before with All Stars.
“I thought it was me and Monet X Change or at least me and Trinity and it was a win-win for all. It’s beautiful and wonderful to be here again and I’m honored and grateful. “
When asked who would be their strongest opponent to make it to the finale, Blu Hydrangea replied, “Probably Mo is the best lip-sync out of the four of us, followed by Jujubee who has the mouth. good.
“That toy lip sync was probably the best of the season.”
Drag Race UK Versus The World saw the queens knock each other out of the competition, instead of RuPaul making the final call.
As queens make tough decisions each week, there’s a huge amount of negative fan reaction online when their favorite queen is sent home.
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On the subject of her getting rid of the shock at the hands of Pangina Heals earlier in the series, Blu Hydrangea said: “I think people are obsessed with this show, it can feel like football but for those gay people.
“They’re very involved in it, and I think it’s also because you’re so attached to the queen’s characters when they’re telling you a story that’s so intimate with them, that you feel like you’re related to it. surname.”
Jujubee, from Boston, has competed in RuPaul’s Drag Race three times before and says she’s been subjected to intense scrutiny from fans of the show, even including vile abuse and abuse. death threats.
When asked about the fan backlash, she said: “I’ve had some disorderly meals in my past, so when I see comments like you’re too fat, you’re too ugly. , that puts you back in high school.
“These comments are not coming from teenagers but from grown-ass white men, which is really interesting.
“As a strange person of color, there’s always an older white man telling me what to do, how to dress, and what to say that I’m too fat and my voice isn’t good enough.”
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/drag-race-uk-versus-world-26414218 The Drag Race UK Versus The World finale will air tonight as the queens vie for the crown