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RuPaul introduced us to a brand new batch of Queens, and it's fair to say we're already obsessed.
By the end of the night, no actors of colour or LGBTQ actors had won any of the major acting awards.
The legendary entertainer broke the record with 11 wins for his work on RuPaul's Drag Race.
Yes, we already done had ourses once this year, but we're getting a double helping of Drag Race UK in 2021.
Filling in for Jimmy Kimmel, the Drag Race host shared some "rules for the unruly."
Gottmik shares her Pride faves, from Dolly Parton and Priscilla Queen Of The Desert to Pose and, of course, RuPaul.
Bimini Bon Boulash, Ellie Diamond, Lawrence Chaney and Tayce are all within reach of becoming the UK's next Drag Race superstar.
Their runway reveal was supposed to have been a show of solidarity with the transgender community.
We might have had to wait a long time for series two, but it was sure worth it, henny.
Drag Race UK star Crystal Will See You Now has turned a Twitter spat into a fundraiser for Colours Youth Network. When a social media argument escalated into a defamation case, there was a groundswell of support for Crystal’s legal fees and the performer used it as an opportunity to raise money for a charity that helps young LGBT+ people of colour.
The cover photo-shoot is accompanied by a new interview with Drag Race superfan Jade Thirlwall.
The second series of the BBC Three hit is set to resume filming next month.
Could Drag Race do more to stamp out the online abuse that's synonymous with the show?