RuPaul’s Drag Race UK stars The Vivienne and Baga Chipz have teamed up to host a Gogglebox-style television review series for streaming service Netflix.
I Like To Watch UK is based on a similar show in the US featuring Drag Race favourites Katya and Trixie Mattel.
The first episode is now available to watch, with further instalments being uploaded on the Netflix UK YouTube Channel every Wednesday at 3pm.
The debut show sees Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne and her big pal Baga settling down to run the rule over Netflix’s hit comedy-drama series Sex Education, starring X Files favourite Gillian Anderson...
The Vivienne will also be appearing on BBC Three in the coming months as the star of her own show.
The Vivienne Takes On Hollywood comprises six 15-minute episodes and follows the Liverpudlian drag star’s adventures in Tinseltown.
The series is The Vivienne’s prize for winning the inaugural season of Drag Race UK.
In a statement promoting the new show, the BBC said: “The Vivienne is embarking on an adventure to Hollywood where, each week, she’ll be joined by a different celebrity co-pilot who helps her along the way to making her first ever music video.
“As The Vivienne is a fish out of water, she spends time with numerous Hollywood legends, all of whom guide her on the journey to see what it takes to make it in this city.”
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