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Drag Race UK series 3 has finally been announced – and we couldn’t be any more excited

We hope you’re ready for another series of Drag Race UK (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder/Guy Levy)

BBC Three has officially confirmed Drag Race UK will return for a third series, so get ready for more jaw-dropping drama, hilarious runways, and mother-tucking twists.

As always, the show will premiere with 12 amazing queens who will be judged on their design, acting, singing, comedy, presenting, and lip-syncing abilities as they compete to be the UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar.

A simple but effective video was uploaded to the BBC Three Twitter account to share the news, and we’re already losing it.

‘Finally, some good news,’ the video was so rightly captioned.

The search for a new line-up of contestants began at the end of last year, with applications closing on November 14.

This all means we won’t have to wait too long for Drag Race to return to our televisions.

The show will premiere with 12 amazing queens (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder)

 

While most information is still being kept under wraps, BBC Three teased that we are ‘in for a treat’.

RuPaul said previously about the show: ‘We feel honoured that you’ve embraced our little show, and our only wish is that we can offer a smile at a time when we can all use it the most.’

Even though it hasn’t been revealed which celebrities will join the judging panel, the show wouldn’t be the same without RuPaul, so we expect him to return.

Regular judges Michelle Visage, Graham Norton, and Alan Carr are also expected to be back critiquing the new line-up of queens.

If the last series is anything to go by, Graham and Alan would most likely alternate each week as they have for the previous two series.

An official start date for Drag Race UK series 3 is yet to be released.


Credit: Original article published here.

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