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RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs The World: Fourth queen eliminated in shock exit as Katie Price arrives on the scene

The series has lost another queen (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder/Guy Levy)

Warning: Spoilers for episode four of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Vs The World ahead.

Drag Race UK Vs The World has seen another queen sashay away – and it’s another shocker.

The queens were challenged to take on the famous Snatch Game, where they’re tasked with impersonating a celebrity of their choice. The all important rule though, is to make RuPaul laugh.

Ru was joined by returning star Michelle Visage as well as Clara Amfo, Michelle Keegan and none other than Katie Price after season two star Bimini Bon Boulash stunned with her Pricey impression.

It was definitely a star-studded affair, as we saw Pangina as Mariah Carey, Jujubee as Cher and Baga Chipz as Kathy Bates’ character from Misery.

Janey Jacké took on James Charles, with Blu Hydrangea as Mike Myer’s Austin Powers and Mo Heart as Billy Porter.

Blu and Baga were declared the top two of the week, with the pair battling it out and the Northern Irish queen being crowned the winner (baby).

However, it was Pangina who failed to impress, being sent home by Blu just a week after she won a challenge.

Pangina did Thailand proud (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder/Guy Levy)

Blu said: ‘Well it’s at that point in the competition, where any misstep can send you home.

‘We’re all strong, we’re all representing our own countries – and this is important to all of us. I have loved and followed this person’s career for years and they’ve inspired me right up to this moment. But tonight I’m sending home Pangina.’

Pangina, representing Thailand said: ‘I want to say sorry to all the Thai people that I did not go all the way. I feel really devastated. I am heartbroken. This is a shock to me that Blu decided to choose me to go home. Maybe because I’m a threat. But this is how it is. This is the game. I love you Thailand.’

She left a message in the mirror in lipstick saying: ‘I love you all from the bottom of my heart.’ And then in Thai: ‘Thank you very much everyone, love Pan.’

Drag Race UK Vs The World returns next Tuesday at 9pm on BBC Three and is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.


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