This is where Drag Race UK fave Choriza May got her big juicy… technicolour jacket from

Fans have been asking where Choriza May got her confessionals jacket from.

Forget Joseph and his technicolour dream coat, it’s all about Drag Race UK queen Choriza May and her big, juicy, abstract jacket. What else did you think we meant.

The Spanish-born queen has already given us some iconic moments during series three.

From her unforgettable “hate me because I’m an immigrant” entrance line to her excellent confessional moments – “big juicy tiddies” anyone? – Choriza is an icon and frankly, we all want to be her.

Choriza recently took to Twitter where she revealed that alongside messages of support and d**k pics, her inbox has been flooded with messages asking where she got the multi-coloured (and amazing) jacket that she wears during her talking head moments.

Well, fans don’t need to ask anymore because Choriza May has revealed where exactly the jacket is from.

It’s from a collaboration between designer Miranda Makaroff and brand Desigual, which was was released in 2020.

Unfortunately the exact jacket – and the rest of the colourful collection – isn’t currently available to buy on the website.

But Desigual is home to plenty of similarly colourful jackets and other clothing items that we could imagine Choriza wearing.

So if you’re into her artsy and abstract casual look, then you can shop other designs on the Desigual website.

More jacket designs we can see Choriza May repping.

More jacket designs we can see Choriza May repping. (Desigual)

Choriza May calls out xenophobic trolls

After the lineup for series three of Drag Race UK was announced, Choriza called out trolls who said she should compete on the Spanish edition of the show instead of the British one.

The Newcastle-based queen is originally from Valencia, Spain and has tirelessly worked her way up the ranks of the North East’s drag scene, even performing on the main stage at Northern Pride 2019.

She tweeted: “This whole ‘Choriza should be doing Drag Race España not UK’ that some of you have been saying, really feels like the gay version of ‘Go back to your country’.


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