Gay meteorites and gaping a***holes: the funniest tweets and memes from this week’s Drag Race UK
Please make sure you’re sitting down, because we have some very difficult news to deliver. Are you ready? OK, here goes: there are only two episodes of Drag Race UK series two left.
How is that possible? This year is speeding past faster than Tayce running to Tesco to stock up on baked beans. Before we know it, it’ll be Christmas again and UK Hun? will just be a distant memory.
There was so much to enjoy in last night’s episode (4 March), not least a truly iconic star turn from none other than Dawn French herself, though when she signed up to appear on the show she probably wasn’t expecting to hear a beautiful drag queen deliver a stand-up routine that would make Frankie Boyle blush.
Never mind “the Queen’s so old her pussy is haunted”, 2021 is all about A’Whora‘s nan’s a***hole.
With that in mind, let’s check out some of the funniest reactions to this week’s Drag Race UK. Enjoy!
Ellie and Bimini’s height disparity tickled quite a few funny bones
And they weren’t the only ones
A’Whora looked as if she was just going to hand the win to Tayce for a moment
While A’Whora’s X-rated stand-up routine was the most talked about Drag Race UK topic by far
Followed by A’Whora and Lawrence’s FURIOUS reaction to the comedy running order
Ru’s werkroom appearance caused some confusion (again)
People really didn’t agree that the right Drag Race UK queen went home
Eliminated queen Joe Black didn’t understand it either
The Bimini stans were at it again
And ‘it’s not a joke, it’s a fact’ became an instant meme
Alan Carr was another major highlight of this week’s Drag Race UK
And Travis Alabanza spoke for all of us when they tweeted this
We’ll definitely need some kind of state handout to make up for the deep sense of loss when Drag Race UK finally finishes.
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