RuPaul’s search for the UK’s first Drag Race superstar comes to an end tonight on BBC Three at 8pm, as the top three queens fight it out for the coveted title.
Strictly Come Dancing’s AJ Pritchard and his brother, Love Island’s Curtis, choreograph the competing queens as they take on an all-singing, all-dancing final challenge.
All the previously eliminated contestants make an appearance too, along with Michelle Visage, Alan Carr and Graham Norton, as the finalists take to the runway one last time before RuPaul crowns the series’ ultimate winner.
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