Drag Race UK’s Snatch Game is almost here and the internet is already shook
Drag Race UK is about to unleash the Snatch Game onto the BBC and the internet is beside itself with excitement.
After a sewing challenge which shook up the rankings and sent a fan favourite home, the trailer for next week’s Drag Race UK Ru-vealed that the wait for Snatch Game is almost over.
A mainstay of the American series since its second season, Snatch Game is the challenge which sorts the wheat from the chaff and has delivered some of the show’s most iconic moments.
Naturally, the announcement caused quite the scandal among fans.
— Hayley Govan (@GovanHayley) October 17, 2019
If “Snatch Game” is a parody of “Match Game” in US Drag Race, SURELY it should be Blankety Blank = Wankety Spank for the UK? COME ONNNNNN. pic.twitter.com/IRG2S0Mrxb
— Crudi Dench ? (@CrudiDench) October 17, 2019
With Michelle Visage teasing “the best Snatch Game character in the history of the show”, speculation as to who the queens will impersonate went into overdrive.
— Alex O’Donnell (@AlexaJOD) October 17, 2019
Our first glimpse of the episode confirmed that two queens – Divina De Campo and Baga Chipz – will clash over who gets to play Margaret Thatcher.
Just saw the preview for next week’s Drag Race UK – it’s Snatch Game and there’s a fight over who is going to be Margaret Thatcher I’m fucking dying how British is this ??
— Boomadia ?? #EGX2019 (@lomadia) October 17, 2019
We were also given an early look at the episode’s guest judge, Geri Halliwell, and the celebrity Snatch Game contestants, Lorraine Kelly and Stacy Dooley.
Is Lorraine Kelly judging Drag Race as Lorraine Kelly or as Lorraine Kelly (artist)? Asking on behalf of HMRC
— Marcus Johns (@CllrMarcus) October 17, 2019
According to Cheryl Hole, none of us are ready for what’s to come, and frankly, who knows if we ever will be?
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK continues on Thursdays on BBC iPlayer.
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