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Drag Race icon Trinity The Tuck reveals one big hang up from appearing in Taylor Swift’s music video: ‘My outfit was awful’

Drag Race icon Trinity The Tuck let rip into her outfit from Taylor Swift’s LGBT inspired video for You Need To Calm Down during last night’s Karaoke Club: Drag Edition.

Trinity was among the LGBT heroes Swifty brought along for her video to the song which basically sticks two fingers up at homophobia, starring alongside the likes of Ellen DeGeneres, Mama Ru herself and the cast of Queer Eye.

Speaking to fellow queen Cara Melle about their celebrity encounters, Trinity admitted that while it was the biggest honour to be included in the clip, she had a slight issue with her attire.

‘I was really lucky to be in Taylor Swift’s music video as Gaga,’ she said. ‘My outfit was awful because I let her stylist style me and they’re not used to drag queens.’


‘But I got to meet her and she was so cool,’ Trinity continued.

Taylor Swift’s stylist clearly wasn’t used to drag queens (Picture: YouTube)
Trinity wasn’t a fan of her lewk (Picture: YouTube)

‘And I got to go with her to the [MTV Video Music Aawards] and we performed and did all that and she even made them give us a moon man.’

Stunned by the story, Cara gasped: ‘I didn’t like her before but now I like her.’

Trinity let rip on Karaoke Club: Drag Edition (Picture: ITV2)

ITV2’s Celebrity Karaoke has one full drag for its latest series, with Trinity and Cara competing against Manila Luzon, Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne, Danny Beard, Freida Slaves, Tete Bang , Gingzilla, Vinegar Strokes, Lil Test Ease, Mahatma Khandi and Crystal.

What’s more, the queens will eb surprised by a number of pop icons including Mutya Beuna from Sugababes and Sophie Ellis Bextor.

Karaoke Club: Drag Edition continues tonight at 10pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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