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RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2: Everything We Know

The second series of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK was announced officially on social media on November 7, 2019, and will be casting through World of Wonder until November 15, 2019. Due to the COVID-19 Epidemic, production for this season was halted shortly after it begun.

Season 2’s cast was officially confirmed on December 16, 2020, via the Drag Race UK social media. The topic of the promotion is Pride, and each queen is dressed in a different color of the Progress Pride Flag. In addition, the season issued a Christmas commercial for the holiday season, as well as a cast promo photo for Gay Times.

The season began shooting on January 14, 2021, and completed on March 18, 2021, slightly over a year later.

In this article we discussed about all ten episode of Drag Race UK Season 2. Continue reading to what happened in every episode of season 2.

Episode 1: Royalty Returns (14th January)

The prize-winner RuPaul’s Drag Race UK is back for a second season. Twelve of the country’s most stunning drag queens will battle for the title of UK’s Future Drag Race Celebrity over the course of 10 episodes. In this inaugural episode, the contestants enter the Werk House for the first time and face their first challenge: a photo session with Ru. The queens are then invited to serve two looks on the Drag Race catwalk as an extra twist. As the first queen sashays away from the competition, actress and fashion legend Elizabeth Hurley joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel.

Episode 2: Rats: The Rusical (21th January)

Following Joe Black’s eviction, the queens discuss what transpired on last week’s program. The competitors must elect a Drag Race cabinet in the titles of Secretary of Shade, Trade Minister, Leader of the House of Loading It Up, and Baroness Basic for the mini challenge. A’Whora, Tayce, Lawrence Chaney, and Tia Kofi won in those subcategories, accordingly.

The queens are settling down, but the pressure is on as their singing, acting, and dancing abilities are put to the test in ‘Rats: The Rusical,’ Drag Race’s first live musical. As another queen departs the competition, West End actress Sheridan Smith joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel.

Episode 3: Who Wore It Best? (28th January)

In this episode, RuPaul puts the queens’ creative sewing talents – and friendships – to the test as they compete in a design contest called ‘Who Wore It Best?’ As a third queen exits the competition, fashionista Jourdan Dunn joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton.

The queens had to limbo in rapid drag for the short challenge at the beginning of the program. The queens choose their drag sister for the major task. The queens were divided into five teams of two and had to design outfits using the same colors and fabrics as their drag sister. Tayce and Veronica Green, the victors of the mini-challenge, got to choose the colors for the duos.

Episode 4: Morning Glory (4th February)

The queens’ showing abilities are tested this week when they headline their own daytime magazine program, Morning Glory. Lorraine Kelly, the empress of British daytime television, joins Michelle Visage & Alan Carr on the judging bench as a fourth queen departs the tournament.

Episode 5: The RuRuvision Song Contest (11th February)

The quest for the UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar begins when RuPaul and the queens return from their lockdown holiday. There is a lot of enthusiasm in the air with the queens reuniting and new twists, but the competition heats up fast as the queens split into two groups for a Europop fight – The RuRuvision Song Contest. The queens record and sing the same popular song in a lovely tribute to Eurovision, but can they avoid the terrible null points?! As a fifth queen sashays out from the contest, MNEK joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel.

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Episode 6: Snatch Game (18th February)

Following Joe Black’s eviction, the queens discuss what transpired in the previous episode. The major task required the participants to demonstrate their best celebrity monologues in the Snatch Game, with Michelle Visage and Gemma Collins playing as competitors. This week, the queens put their finest celebrity impressions and comedic abilities to the test as they take on the legendary Snatch Game. Gemma Collins joins in as well, but will the queens be able to equal her blankety empty? As another queen sashays away, singer Jessie Ware joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel.

Episode 7: Lockdown SuperSheroes (25th February)

This week, RuPaul dares the queens to dress up as their favorite superheroes. Raven appears for emotional support, and Television personality Maya Jama accompanies Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the panel of judges as Ru selects which queens will lip sync for their lives.

Episode 8: Stoned on the Runway (4th March)

This week, the queens tackle their most difficult assignment yet: writing and performing their own comic stand-up performances. Dawn French, a comedy veteran, joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging bench as another queen departs.

Episode 9: BeastEnders (11th March)

The hunt for the UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar resumes in the series’ last episode. This week, the queens’ performing abilities are truly tested when they feature in BeastEnders, a new soap drama. EastEnders veteran Natalie Cassidy, as Sonia, offers the girls a soap acting workshop to aid them with their parts, while Michelle Visage, Graham Norton, and an extra special guest judge join RuPaul to decide the destiny of the surviving queens.

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Episode 10: Grand Finale (18th March)

This week, the queens tackle their most difficult assignment yet: writing and performing their own comic stand-up performances. Dawn French, a comedy veteran, joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging bench as another queen departs. Lawrence Chaney won the final, and Bimini Bon-Boulash and Tayce finishing as runners-up.

There was no formal Miss Congeniality award this season, as there was in the first. Meanwhile, in interviews, each of the queens said who they would have voted for in the prize. Bimini Bon-Boulash won the most votes and is thus named the season’s unofficial Miss Congeniality.

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