RuPaul’s Drag Race UK: Who will return to Drag Race All Stars?
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RuPaul’s Drag Race UK is available to stream on the BBC iPlayer now and the US version of the series is available to watch via Netflix. Lawrence Chaney was crowned the winner of Drag Race UK series two and fans really want to know what the Queens of series two plan to do next. Which Queen’s want to return for Drag Race All-Stars? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK: The Queens hoping to Drag Race All Stars
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK season two is quickly becoming a memory after the finale in March 2021.
Ever since the competition ended, fans want to know everything they possibly can about their favourite UK Drag Queens and where they are going next.
In the US, RuPaul hosts Drag Race All Stars, which sees the most iconic Queens from previous scenes compete to be crowned the winner.
There have been five seasons so far of Drag Race All Stars and most likely plenty more to come.
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Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk and other press, the top four finalists of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK season two shared whether they would want to return for a UK All-Stars or even a UK All-Stars.
Tayce fans will be over the moon to hear she would most definitely be down for Drag Race All-Stars.
She said: “International! I would live to do an International All Stars. I would absolutely live.
“I mean I would love to go up there and go toe to toe with some of these American Queens, dance my a** off, it will be sick so I’m definitely down for that.”
Bimini Bon Boulash, who was a fan favourite this series also said they would like to return for All Stars.
They said: “Yes. No matter what happens, it is going to be iconic.
“I’d love to do an All Stars. I think an international one is interesting because I wonder how it would work.
“I wonder how the humour would come across from all the different places.
“It would be really interesting to see but I also think the UK All Stars would be equally as iconic.”
Scottish Drag Royalty, Lawrence Chaney was crowned the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
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However, in conversation with Gay Times, Chaney said she would not compete in Drag Race again.
She said: “No. I will never ever do Drag Race ever again.”
Lawrence joked: “It’s stressful! I was exhausted by episode two. That takes stamina!
“RuPaul’s 60-years-old and doing it better than all of us. How has RuPaul still got enough energy to walk the runway, host and do all of that stuff, and we’re exhausted halfway through the series? It’s mental!
Whether fellow Scottish Queen, Ellie Dimoand who sailed through the competition will return for All Stars remains unknown.
Reflecting on her Drag Race experience to Express.co.uk, Ellie said: “I was so close on four different occasions of winning a badge, there certainly times I was inching there and then with a slip of a finger it went to someone else which is not a bad a thing.
“I said I would go on Drag Race to get to the top four. It doesn’t matter how I made it there but I made it there so.
“For real, last season, Cheryl got to the top four. She got sent home with no badges but I was saved so, therefore, that is a bit special because Ru Paul obviously sees something in me and sees something that is potential there and there is something magical about the experience of the Diamond so she must like it. I was very lucky enough to stay, which is insane.”
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