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Drag Race UK responds as Love Island’s Chloe Burrows reveals dream of joining judging panel

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Chloe Burrows is a massive Drag Race fan (Picture: Matt Frost/ITV)

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has responded to Love Island finalist Chloe Burrows’ dream of becoming a guest judge.

Chloe is a massive fan of the drag show and has even attended the last Drag Con before becoming a reality star in her own right.

She voiced her enthusiasm for the show when a fan tweeted, ‘If Chloe isn’t a judge on the upcoming UK Drag Race what has all of this been for,’ to which she replied: ‘Uh that is the dream.’

The tweet chain caught the attention of RuPaul, or whoever is managing the Drag Race UK Twitter account, who joined in the conversation.

‘Serving “yes wheyyyyyy” realness,’ they said.

Chloe’s catchphrase ‘no way’ became a meme during her time on the villa, with people reusing one of her Beach Hut confessionals in which she was ranting about Toby Aromolaran as a sound on TikTok.

 

More than 32,000 videos have been made with the audio clip, which has Chloe saying: ‘That’s like a violation. That’s very muggy. That’s like a statement saying, “You’re a p***k.” I’m not gonna let someone take me for a p***k. No way!’

As for Chloe’s appearance on Drag Race, unfortunately, it might not be happening for season three.

The upcoming series is set to release in September and all episodes have already been filmed.

But there might be an opening for Chloe to guest-judge in season four.

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We’re confident RuPaul and Chloe would get on perfectly (Picture: Netflix)

Chloe and Toby made it to the 2021 final of Love Island earlier this week but were beaten to the £50,000 prize by Millie Court and Liam Reardon.

The two had quite a whirlwind romance in the villa, with the footballer’s head being turned more times than anyone could count.

Despite this, the two are planning to get married in the Love Island villa even though they’re not engaged yet.

The star also revealed that she wants her beau to propose ‘imminently’, but won’t be the one getting down on one knee.

Love Island is available to watch on ITV Hub.

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