RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2 is coming soon! The second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK will premiere on BBC Three this October. It will be the first time in history that a drag competition show has aired on British television. With ten new queens competing for the crown, it promises to be an exciting and unpredictable series with twists and turns along the way. Tune in to see who takes home the title of “Queen of Great Britain” when RuPaul’s Drag Race UK premieres on BBC Three this October. Watch RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2 starting 10/5 at 9 PM EST only on BBC Three!
On November 7, 2019, the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race in the UK was officially announced on social media via World of Wonder. Casting will continue until November 15, 2019. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, production was halted just as it began for this season.
The second season of Drag Race UK was announced on December 16, 2020, by the series’ social media accounts. The promotion’s theme is Pride, and each queen is dressed in a different shade of the Progress Pride Flag. In addition to this, the series released a Christmas commercial for the holiday season as well as a cast photo for Gay Times magazine.
Season two will premiere on Netflix in the first half of 2021. It began filming on January 14, 2021, and concluded on March 18, 2021, roughly a year later.
In this post, we covered the first ten episodes of Drag Race UK Season 2. Season 2’s episodes were broadcasted every week on Black Mirror, and if you want to know what occurred in each one, continue reading.
Queen Elizabeth Returns (14th January)
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK is returning for a second season. Over the course of 10 episodes, 12 of the country’s most stunning drag queens will compete for the title of UK’s Future Drag Race Celebrity. The contestants arrive for the first time at the Werk House in this episode, where they must complete their first task – a photo shoot with Ru. The queen must then choose between two looks to compete on the Drag Race runway as a special twist. As the first queen departs, Elizabeth Hurley, an actress and fashion legend, joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel.
Rats – The Rusical (21 January)
The ladies analyze last week’s episode after Joe Black is evicted. For the mini-challenge, the contestants must select a Drag Race cabinet for Secretary of Shade, Trade Minister, Leader of the House of Loading It Up, and Baroness Basic. In those subcategories, Ligaya, Dayana, and Kambri emerged victoriously.
The queens are settling down, but the pressure is on as Rats- The Musical, Drag Race’s first live musical, puts their vocal, acting, and dancing skills to the test. As another queen departs the competition, West End actress Sheridan Smith takes over for Michelle Visage on the judging panel alongside Alan Carr and Steve Jones.
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Who Wore It Better? (episode 3) (28th January)
In this episode, RuPaul challenges the queens’ creative sewing skills – and friendships – as they compete in a design competition called Who Wore It Best? As a third queen leaves the game, Jourdan Dunn joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton.
By the end of Day Three, they had to limbo quickly in traditional drag for a quick assignment. The major operation is assigned by the queen. The queens were divided into five groups of two and had to design dresses using the same hues and materials as their drag siblings. The winners of the minor challenge, Taysha, and Veronica Green, were allowed to select the colors for the duos.
Episode 4 – Morning Glory (4 February)
This week’s queens will perform in their own daytime magazine series, Morning Glory, for the first time. The fourth queen to depart the competition is Lorraine Kelly, the empress of British daytime television. Michelle Visage and Alan Carr are joined on the judging panel by Lorraine Kelly, the empress of British daytime television, as a fourth queen leaves the tournament.
Contestants vie to be the best singer in school.
When RuPaul and the queens return from their enforced holiday, the search for the UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar begins. With the queens reuniting and new plot developments, there’s a lot of enthusiasm in the air, but things get heated up fast as the queens split into two teams for a Europop battle. The RuRuvision Song Contest is hosted. The queens perform and record the same recent hit in a lovely tribute to Eurovision, but can they avoid the terrible negative points? As the fifth queen saunters out of the competition, MNEK joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the panel.
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Snatch Game (18 February)
As Joe Black is evicted, the queens discuss what occurred in the previous episode. In the Snatch Game, the top celebrities were required to perform their greatest monologues, with Michelle Visage and Gemma Collins playing as rivals. The queens put their finest celebrity impersonations and comedic skills to the test as they compete in the legendary Snatch Game this week. Gemma Collins enters, but will the queens be able to match her blankety empty? The music of the season is a throwback to the 1990s, when dance-pop ruled. Michelle Visage and Alan Carr are joined by singer Jessie Ware as another queen sashays away.
SUPERHEROES Episode 7 (25 February)
This week, RuPaul challenges the queens to dress up as their favorite superheroes. Michelle Visage, Graham Norton, and Maya Jama join RuPaul to provide emotional support for the nine remaining queens. On the panel of judges, Maya Jama is there with Michelle Visage and Graham Norton to provide moral support for Ru as she picks which ladies will lip-sync for their lives.
Episode 8, Stoned on the Runway (4 March)
The queens tackle their most difficult task yet this week, creating and performing their own comic stand-up routines. Another queen is eliminated, leaving a panel of three judges including Michelle Visage, Dawn French, and Alan Carr.
The next episode, Episode 9- BeastEnders (11th March), will have been aired.
The series’ final episode picks up the search for the UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar. This week, the queens put their talents to the test when they appear in Beastenders, a new soap opera. The remaining queens are mentored by Sonia, a seasoned BBC soap veteran who teaches them a soap acting class to assist them with their parts, while Michelle Visage, Graham Norton, and an extra special guest judge return to RuPaul for the season’s deciding queen.
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The queens face their most difficult assignment yet this week, as they create and perform their own comic stand-up routines. Another queen leaves the competition as Gaby Hoffmann, a former “Tosh.0” and “Inside Amy Schumer” star, departs. Another comedy veteran, Dawn French, joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel to replace her. Lawrence Chaney won the tournament, which took place on Bimini. Bimini Bon-Boulash and Tayce were the runners-up.
This year, no official Miss Congeniality award was presented, similar to the previous one. Meanwhile, in interviews, each of the queens stated who she would have chosen to win in the competition. The Bimini Bon-Boulash was named the season’s unofficial Miss Congeniality after winning the most votes.