Charity Shop Sue is taking a break from Sec*hand Chance (Picture: BBC)
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has just got even better, as Charity Shop Sue has been confirmed as a guest judge.
Pop that kettle on.
The queen of secondhand clothes has been announced as one of the extra special guest judges for series three of Drag Race UK, alongside Steps and choreographer Jay Revell.
Could things get any more camp?
For the uninitiated, Charity Shop Sue is the creation of actress Selina Mosinski, who plays Nottingham charity shop Sec*hand Chance owner Sue Tuke in the cult web-series.
The camp hero and fashion icon was in attendance at the Drag Race UK series one final in London back in 2019, so we know she has an eye for charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent.
Also bringing star quality to the panel will be Steps – yes, all five of them.
Fresh from collaborating with judge Michelle Visage on Heartbreak In The City, Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, Lisa Scott-Lee, Lee Latchford-Evans and Ian ‘H’ Watkins will be on hand to share their pop group wisdom with the queens, giving us hope we’re getting a follow-up to Break Up (Bye Bye) and UK Hun.
Finally, choreographer to the stars Jay Revell is also back to strike fear into the heart of the queens in this series’ dance challenge.
The trio of guests join the already stellar guest judge line-up of comedy legend Kathy Burke, Little Britain star Matt Lucas and reigning Strictly Come Dancing champ Oti Mabuse.
12 queens will battle for the crown (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder/Ray Burmiston)
Three more guest judges are expected to be announced in due course.
Drag Race UK is back for a third series after The Vivienne and Lawrence Chaney were previously crowned as the UK’s next drag superstars by Mama Ru.
Twelve queens from across the UK will battle to be crowned, including Veronica Green, who has a second chance after being forced to drop out last series when she tested positive for Covid-19.
The line-up also includes the franchise’s first ever cisgender women to compete, Victoria Scone.
Michelle Visage will join RuPaul on the panel, with Graham Norton and Alan Carr appearing throughout the series.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK will premiere in September on BBC Three and iPlayer.Credit: Original article published here.