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18/10/2019 10:52 BST

RuPaul's Drag Race UK: A Maypole, Car Boot Sale And Throwaway Eyebrows - All The Best Reactions To Episode 3

We've got Snatch Game to look forward to next week, people...

This article contains spoilers for the most recent episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.

We’re now fully into the swing of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK and, three episodes in, what a series it’s turning out to be.

In the latest instalment of the BBC Three reality series, which saw Vinegar Strokes sashaying away after her book-themed runway presentation led to her being read by the judges, we were left howling throughout, as were the show’s viewers.

From swimming caps and dodgy accents to throwaway eyebrows and misplaced hot glue, these are the moments that had Drag Race UK viewers howling in episode three... 

1. First off, RuPaul’s attempts at British greetings are clearly going nowhere

2. When the queens found out they had 15 minutes to get into “quick drag”, The Vivienne was READY

3. And while Blu Hydrangea really nailed the mini-challenge theme...

4. ...the same can’t be said for Baga Chipz

5. The maypole mini-challenge was giving some viewers horror flashbacks...

6. Meanwhile, we should all spare a thought for the person who had to explain what a car boot sale was to RuPaul...

7. To introduce the car boot sale challenge, the queens welcomed a familiar face

8. Blu accidentally shading RuPaul with her “ballgowns have been done to death” comment was immediately iconic...

9. But RuPaul’s own remarks to Vinegar were the shadiest of all #HodgePodge

10. Fortunately, Vinegar was able to own it…

11. Baga and The Vivienne’s homage to Thelma and Louise was everything

 

12. The queens in half-drag will never not be hugely entertaining

13. Baga’s attempts at costume design certainly got a lot of attention...

14. ...but her haphazard approach to glue-gunning left us all wincing

15. On the main stage, we were not ready for how savage guest judge Twiggy was going to be

16. And behind the scenes, The Vivienne let the queens who couldn’t sew have it (although some viewers pointed out a flaw in her argument)

17. Perhaps the most exciting moment was the minute-long preview of next week’s episode, which is arguably the most-anticipated of the whole series

18. In fact, fans have already have their wishlist for the British version of Snatch Game

19. But we’ll leave you with this thought… 

The latest instalment of RuPaul’s Drag Race debuts on Thursday 24 October at 8pm on BBC Three.

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