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Elimination twist on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK’ has shocked viewers with an elimination twist – as none of the queens left this week.
All eight contestants shimmied their way to the next round, in an episode that revolved around Brit Pop with the queens paying homage to the Spice Girls, but some spiced things up better than others.
Charity Kase and Scarlett Harlett landed in the bottom two, but they were given a reprieve by Ru, who told the pair: “Shantay you both stay.”
During the episode, judge Michelle Visage told Charity: “Tonight on the runway, this is pure art. This is beautiful, this is amazing. But being honest, I’m not getting Spice Girls.”
The two groups, which were called B.D.E: Big Drag Energy and Slice Girls, took to the stage to battle it out.
The latter, comprising of River Medway, Ella Vaday, Choriza May, and Vanity Milan were awarded the win, and all of the girls received their own coveted RuPeter Badges.
Spice Girl Emma Bunton, 45, featured as a guest judge on the programme and was quick to reassure a queen who found herself head over heels on the runway.
She said: “I can’t tell you the amount of times I have fallen over on stage. It’s embarrassing but you just have to get yourself back up.”
Alan Carr said of Charity’s performance: “I thought you were just being the rebel of the group. I saw humour there.”
RuPaul said: “I thought your lyrics were fun. Perhaps a bit naughty in places that didn’t call for. You did stand out for some of the wrong reasons.”
In continuing the Brit Pop theme, pop band Steps dropped by the ‘Drag Race’ stage to rustle up a performance ahead of their upcoming arena tour.
The group – which for the appearance consisted of Faye Tozer, 45, Claire Richards, 44, Lee Latchford Evans, 46 and Ian ‘H’ Watkins, 45 – coached the queens on their dance steps and their vocals.
Fellow Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee, 45, was unable to join her bandmates as she currently lives in Dubai and couldn’t make it back for the appearance.
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ lands on BBC Three from 7pm every Thursday, exclusively available on BBC iPlayer.

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