Yshee Black chats RuPaul’s Drag Race UK!
Hello, congregation! It's that church-loving tambourine-shaking loudmouth Yshee Black, and she's going to talk to you all about RuPaul’s Drag Race UK!
RuPaul has decided to bring the Emmy-winning show over to Great Britain OFFICIALLY! Numerous online sites have put forward their top picks for who should appear on the show - and guess what? Most of the fabulous acts don't live north of Watford!
So Yshee Black is going to give you a glorious list of queens to watch out for who reside outside of London! And if they get famous, don't forget Yshee Black told you first!
Hailing from Blackpool and resident at the ICONIC Funny Girls, this queen has it all - flips, dips, turns, looks and COMEDY! Scarlett is the real deal!
One of Birmingham’s best! If Drag Race UK is serious about all genders applying, then this queen should be one of the first in that walk room! Lacey embodies HIGH drag while being bubbly and fun. Deffo one to watch!
Her name may be Baby but make no mistake, she is a QUEEN! Still very new to drag, she’s come on leaps and bounds in a short time. She’s runway-ready and a dancing diva. When she starts to vogue, stand back because she’s about to SLAYYYYYY!
Is it time to show the kids how it’s done? I think so! UK Drag Race should be all about cabaret, and I can’t think of any other queen who would not only be fierce but also pay homage to the cabaret circuit!
If there’s one queen on this amazing island of ours who knows how to bring the party, it’s Victoria Carriage! Victoria’s a queen of the new-age nightlife scene - if you haven’t watched her perform Feed ’em To The Lions, then your life isn’t complete! She’s the body queen with killer lipsyncs under her belt! Get ready, world - it’s PARTY TIME!
This Glaswegian powerhouse is a real all-rounder, bringing comedy, looks and fantastic entertainment to the table. She’s representative of the A-class drag that’s coming out of Scotland at the moment and HAS to be on the show!
Manchester’s lovable ice queen! Former Kiki queen winner Narcissa is a formidable lady - eyes so sharp they could cut glass, but she’ll also help you sew a dress!
The ooky cooky, weird and wonderful Silly Gal presents all the best bits from the selection box! Her looks will leave you gagged - and her performances are equally whacky! Think Milk and Tammie Brown’s UK child!
Narcissa Nightshade - Photo by Vanitas Arts
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