Alan Carr and Graham Norton to SLAY!

Alan Carr and Graham Norton to SLAY!
National News
Posted on 27 Feb 2019

Two of the country’s biggest gay celebrities will feature in RuPaul’s Drag Race when the Emmy Award-winning show launches its UK spin-off version later this year.



Graham Norton and Alan Carr have confirmed that they’ll be joining RuPaul and Michelle Visage on the judging panel of the show. Searching for Britain’s most ‘faaabulous’ drag queens, the sure-to-be popular series will air on BBC Three.

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A long-time fan of Drag Race, Norton recently said that the prospect of being in the show made him ‘ridiculously happy’, adding: “I can’t wait to see what the UK drag queens bring to the party, but they better weeeeerk!!!”


Carr, who’s been a fan of RuPaul since the drag queen appeared on his Chatty Man talk show, said: “Drag Race is a success because you get to see that when you have a dream, it really cannot be held down, and it inspires the audience. Doing drag in a male-dominated culture is an act of treason, really, so they’re my heroes.”


Yshee Black chats RuPaul’s Drag Race UK HERE

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