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When is RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13 finale on in the UK?

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Who will be crowned this year’s winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race? (Picture: VH1)

Seasons have changed and a new US president was inaugurated in the same time it has taken for RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13 to choose its top four.

But at long last, season 13 comes to an end tonight in the US, with one of the four finalists taking over the reign from Jaida Essence Hall.

(No shade – we’ve loved every minute.)

Either Symone, Gottmik, Kandy Muse or Rosé will be crowned America’s next drag superstar by RuPaul, with the live final format returning to select just who will win.

It’s unclear as of yet whether the lip sync knockout rounds will be used, as in previous finals, but we do know it’ll be dramatic.

The final airs on VH1 in the States tonight, with UK viewers having to wait until Saturday to watch.

When is RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13 finale on in the UK?

Netflix will stream the Drag Race season 13 finale on Saturday April 24, but UK viewers will have to wait a little bit longer than their American friends.

The episode is expected to appear on UK Netflix at 8am, as new content is released at midnight San Francisco time, where Netflix HQ is located.

So best dodge social media until then.

However, those with WOW Presents Plus subscriptions will be able to watch the final after it airs in the States.

Who will win RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13?

The show usually films four endings, with each queen being crowned to avoid spoilers.

While we’ll have to wait to find out, Symone is the favourite to take the crown, followed by Gottmik – who would make history as the first out transgender winner of Drag Race, having been the first trans man to compete on the show.

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 1-13 are available to stream on Netflix. 

Credit: Original article published here.

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