The award winning RuPaul’s Drag Race UK returns for a second series. Over the course of ten weeks twelve of the country’s most fabulous drag queens will compete to be crowned the UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar.
The queens enter the werk room for the first time and quickly take on their first challenge – a photo shoot with Ru. Then, in an added twist, the queens are asked to serve two looks on the Drag Race runway. Actress and fashion icon Elizabeth Hurley joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel as the first queen sashays away from the competition.
RuPaul’s search for the UK’s next Drag Race superstar continues. The queens are settling in, but the pressure is on as their singing, acting and dancing skills are truly challenged in Rats – The Rusical, Drag Race’s first ever live musical. West End star Sheridan Smith joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel as another queen exits the competition.
The search for the UK’s next Drag Race superstar continues. This week RuPaul tests the queens’ creative sewing skills – and their friendships – as they’re pitted against each other in a design challenge called Who Wore It Best? Supermodel Jourdan Dunn joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton as a third queen leaves the competition.
RuPaul’s search for the UK’s next Drag Race superstar continues. This week, the queens’ presenting skills are challenged as they host their own daytime magazine show, Morning Glory. The queen of British daytime TV, Lorraine Kelly, joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel as a fourth queen exits the competition.
With the queens reunited and added twists, there is much excitement in the air, but the competition picks up quickly as the queens form two groups for a Europop battle – The RuRuvision Song Contest. In a glorious homage to Eurovision, the queens record and perform the same catchy song, but can they swerve the dreaded nul points? MNEK joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel as a fifth queen sashays away from the competition.
This week the queens showcase their best celebrity impressions and improv skills, as they take on the iconic Snatch Game. Gemma Collins plays along too, but can the queens match her blankety blank? On the judging panel singer Jessie Ware joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr as another queen sashays away…
RuPaul challenges the queens to create show-stopping superhero outfits. US Drag Race star Raven pops in for moral support, and TV presenter Maya Jama joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel, as Ru decides which queens should lip sync for their lives.
This week the queens face one of their toughest challenge yet, as they are asked to write and perform their own comedy stand-up routines. Comedy legend Dawn French joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel as another queen takes her leave.
This week the queens’ acting skills are put to the test as they star in a new soap opera BeastEnders. To help them with their roles, EastEnders legend Natalie Cassidy, aka Sonia, gives the girls a soap acting masterclass whilst Michelle Visage and Graham Norton and an extra special guest judge join RuPaul to deliberate the fate of the remaining queens.
It’s the Finale! The competition concludes in an all singing all dancing extravaganza fight for the crown. Choreographer Jay Revell coaches the queens through their intense final challenge, and Michelle Visage, Alan Carr, Graham Norton and all of the eliminated queens return to witness who RuPaul awards the coveted title of UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar.