One-time Spider-Man Andrew Garfield has been announced as a guest judge on Drag Race UK.
He will be joined by the Bafta-winning creator and writer of hit TV show Chewing Gum, Michaela Coel.
The pair join a line-up of guest judges that already includes Spice Girl Geri Horner, Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall and Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams.
Commenting on the news, Garfield said: “The creativity is always outside the box, and it’s one of the many reasons I love and watch this show.”
Coel said: “I love that you have to dare, you have to dare and drop all your societal norms and restraints that you’ve been taught and you have to dare to embody something higher.”
Ru Paul will be joined on the show by Michelle Visage and regular judges Graham Norton and Alan Carr.
Image: Andrew Garfield/Facebook
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