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Panto Dames

For this week’s mini-challenge, the queens will read each other to filth. Kate Butch wins the mini-challenge. For the main challenge, the queens will sing live and perform in Pant-Oh She Better Don’t: The Rusical.

Banksie plays Butter Face
Cara Melle plays Lisa Thotlee
DeDeLicious plays Dame Muffin Top
Ginger Johnson plays Daisy the Cow
Kate Butch plays Twinkerbell
Michael Marouli plays Dick
Tomara Thomas plays Dee from Stairs
Vicki Vivacious plays Milkmaid
On the runway, category is Mirror, Mirror. Ginger Johnson, Kate Butch, Michael Marouli and Vicki Vivacious receive positive critiques, with Ginger Johnson winning the challenge. Banksie and DeDeLicious receive negative critiques, and are announced as the bottom two. They lip-sync to “I Dreamed a Dream” by Susan Boyle. DeDeLicious wins the lip-sync and Banksie sashays away.

Guest Judge: Cush Jumbo
Alternating Judge: Graham Norton
Mini-Challenge: Reading is Fundamental
Mini-Challenge Winner: Kate Butch
Main Challenge: Pant-Oh She Better Don’t: The Rusical
Runway Theme: Mirror, Mirror
Challenge Winner: Ginger Johnson
Bottom Two: Banksie and DeDeLicious
Lip-Sync Song: “I Dreamed a Dream” by Susan Boyle

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RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Show Description

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK is a popular reality TV show that features drag queens competing for the title of the UK’s next drag superstar. The show is based on the American version of RuPaul’s Drag Race, but with a British twist. The show is hosted by the legendary drag icon RuPaul, who also serves as the main judge and mentor for the contestants. The show also has a panel of judges that includes RuPaul’s longtime friend and collaborator Michelle Visage, and two rotating judges from a list of British celebrities, such as Alan Carr, Graham Norton, Andrew Garfield, Maisie Williams, Jade Thirlwall, and many more.

The show has aired five seasons so far, with each season consisting of eight episodes. The first season premiered on 3 October 2019 on BBC Three and BBC OneThe second season was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but resumed filming in late 2020 and premiered on 14 January 2021The third season was filmed back-to-back with the second season and premiered on 23 September 2021The fourth and fifth seasons have been confirmed to air in 2022 and 2023 respectively.

The show follows a similar format to the American version, with each episode featuring a mini-challenge, a main challenge, and a runway presentation. The main challenges are usually themed around different aspects of British culture, such as acting, comedy, singing, dancing, sewing, and more. The runway presentations are also inspired by various British icons, trends, and references. The judges critique the contestants’ performances and looks, and decide who are the top two and the bottom two of the week. The bottom two queens have to lip sync for their lives to a song chosen by RuPaul, and the one who does not impress RuPaul is eliminated from the competition. The last queen standing is crowned as the UK’s next drag superstar and wins a cash prize of £100,000.

The show has received critical acclaim and commercial success in the UK and abroad. It has been nominated for several awards, including the National Television Awards and the BAFTA TV Awards. It has also attracted millions of viewers and streams on various platforms. The show has been praised for its diverse and talented cast of queens, its witty and hilarious humour, its cultural relevance and representation, and its positive and uplifting message of self-love and acceptance.

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