‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ Opens Casting For Season 4
Want to compete on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK? Now’s your chance! BBC Three just announced that casting for the fourth season of the show is now open. RuPaul even made a video encouraging hopefuls to register.
The second season of Canada’s Drag Race will also be coming to BBC iPlayer for UK fans to enjoy. Not to mention, the third season of the UK competition is currently airing on Thursday nights.
Casting Is Open for ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’
“Calling all UK queens,” RuPaul says in the announcement video. “Casting for RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Series 4 is now underway. If you think you got what it takes to be the UK’s next Drag Race superstar, well, I want to hear from you.”
Interested in trying out for the show? You can register on the website’s casting page, but you’ll need to hurry. Registration closes November 10. Filling out the application is just the first step of the show’s casting process.
The application asks for basic information like name, date of birth, email address, and of course drag name. If you’re considered to move on, you’ll be contacted by the casting team.
The third season of Drag Race UK is currently streaming Thursday nights on BBC iPlayer. This season features the return of Veronica Green, who had to leave the second season after testing positive for COVID. The competition also includes Victoria Scone, the first cisgender female contestant in the franchise’s history.
‘Canada’s Drag Race’ Will Be Available to Stream in the UK Soon
According to a press release, the second season of Canada’s Drag Race will be available as a boxset on BBC iPlayer in December, along with a highlights special hosted by the first season’s winner Priyanka.
The series, in which 12 drag queens compete for the title of Canada’s Next Drag Superstar, is judged by Brooke Lynn Hytes, Brad Goreski, Amanda Brugel, and Traci Melchor.
The second season of the Canadian series is currently airing on Crave in Canada and WOW Presents Plus in the United States. The series is the fourth international version of the Drag Race franchise. It’s the first English-language version not to be hosted by RuPaul, although he appears in video messages to contestants.