Drag Race UK stars Tayce and A’Whora turn looks and stunt pretty in Pride lingerie campaign

Drag Race UK stars Tayce and A'Whora star in Pride lingerie campaign

Drag Race UK stars Tayce and A’Whora look sickening in a new campaign for lingerie brand Bluebella.

The pair are serving body-ody-ody in the brand’s Pride range which is raising vital funds for an LGBT+ charity.

Bluebella are donating ten per cent of the profits from the collection to Kaleidsocope Trust “to support their vital work in upholdng the human rights of LGBT+ people internationally”.

The collection features some of the brand’s bestsellers and a new rainbow elastic range which includes a harness, thong and bra embellished with the Pride colours.

Other highlights modelled by the Drag Race UK stars include the ‘Lumi Amparo Blue’ bra and thong set and the ‘Orion Red’ bra and harness.

Tayce revealed the campaign with a post on Instagram captioning it: “GO GET U SOME BBY! pride isn’t celebrated just on pride month but in our hearts everyday damn day being ourselves walking down the street so keep you head up and love who you are.”


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Fans, of course, are already obsessed with the campaign pictures with comments saying, “I was not ready for this” while another added, “You could run me over and I’d be grateful.”

The comment sections are also full of fire emojis and some speculation around their relationship, which hasn’t stopped since the show aired earlier this year.

One fan jokingly referenced Lawrence Chaney’s accent in their comment saying: “So theres no Seeexcual Teeension between A’whora and Tayce.”

Since making it to the final of Drag Race UK series two Tayce has shown no signs of slowing down, having signed to Europe’s biggest modelling agency, Models 1 and being unveiled as the face of Coca Cola.

To shop the new lingerie Pride collection which is priced between £14-£36 head to www.bluebella.com/collections/pride.

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