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RPDR UK's Baga Chipz and Blu Hydrangea 'to compete in first international All Stars'

The spin-off show will also feature queens from the US, Canada and Holland versions of Drag Race, according to reports

2021-03-22

Words: Jamie Tabberer; pictures: BBC

Move over Eurovision - an international version of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars is reportedly in the works.

What's more, RPDR UK SE1 queens Baga Chipz and Blu Hydrangea said to be taking part!

The spin-off show will also feature queens from the US, Canada and Holland versions of Drag Race, according to The Sun.

Baga finished third and Blue fifth on their UK season; along with SE2 runner up Divina De Campo, they are members of drag girl band The Frock Destroyers.

"Fantastic representatives of the UK drag scene"

A source told the publication: "Fans of RuPaul's Drag Race have been calling for queens from all the different versions of the show to unite and finally their wishes have been granted.

 
 
 
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"Baga Chipz and Blu Hydrangea are fantastic representatives of the UK drag scene.

"In addition to being glamorous and talented, they have an acerbic and filthy sense of humour, and don't mind poking fun of themselves.

"The rival queens are going to be shaking in their heels when they see them strut into The Werk Room."

 
 
 
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The news follows last week's SE2 finale, which saw Scottish queen Lawrence Chaney win the crown. World of Wonder, creators of the Drag Race franchise, also have Spanish and Australian versions of the main show in production, as well as a RPDR-themed mobile game.

Attitude has approached a World of Wonder rep for comment.

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