Singer Jessie, who will be judging the queens after they have taken on the iconic Snatch Game challenge, said: “I’d like to say I’m slightly good cop, and slightly bad cop.
“Look out for a lot of boners and me trying to be on my best drag behaviour in front of Mama Ru and Michelle.”
Former Radio 1 DJ Maya said: “I love all the glam that goes into to – I feel like I’ve learnt so much about the drag artistry. There’s just so much diversity to it and it’s important to show queer representation.”
Vicar Of Dibley star Dawn, who previously hinted she’d filmed an appearance on the show, added: “The queens this year are a total eye and ear feast.
“My judging style is, I hope, supportive but honest. I’m a massive fan of the show so I know what’s expected.”
It has also been reported Gemma Collins will be appearing during Snatch Game this year, as the queens impersonate a host of famous faces as they play Blankety Blank.
Series two of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK will launch on BBC Three on 14 January 2021, meaning it will be airing at the same time as its US counterpart for the first time.
Get to know the 12 queens vying for the title of the UK’s next Drag Race superstar here.