An International Drag Race All Stars season has been confirmed

Rupaul Drag Race All Stars International RuPaul's Drag Race: UK Versus the World

After the recent announcement of the Drag Race season 14 cast, Rupaul has announced his next TV project, RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK Versus the World.

With rumours swirling about an international version of the series for months, it has now been confirmed.

2022 will see Drag Race stars from around the world compete against each for the crown.

RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK Versus the World

Announcing the UK as the host city for the program, Rupaul will air RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK Versus the World next year.

As the program was filmed in the UK the entire UK judging panel will return.

This will include Graham Norton, Alan Carr, Michelle Visage and of course Rupaul.

Whilst details are scarce so far we know that RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK Versus the World will see 9 queens compete for the title.

This would give the opportunity for contestants from UK, US, Canada, Thailand, Australia, Spain and Holland a chance to compete.

However the rumoured cast for the show reveals some missed opportunities from some of the shows best franchises.

Who will compete?

While nothing has been confirmed the internet is of course rife with speculation about who will compete.

This will be the international olympics of Drag Race and the rumoured cast is going to make things interesting.

If this cast does eventuate it will see the omission of competitors from Australia and Spain.

Most interestingly the representative from Thailand is not a former contestant, but a judge of the show.

Take a look at the rumoured cast below, who will you be rooting for?

Cheryl Hole – UK Season 1

Baga Chipz – UK Season 1

Blu Hydrangea – UK Season 1

Jimbo – Canada Season 1Drag

Lemon – Canada Season 2

Juju Bee – US Season 1, All Stars 1 & 5

Monique Heart – US Season 10 & All Stars 4

Janey Jacke – Holland Season 1

Pangina – Thailand Judge

Take a look back at our interview with the winner of Drag Race Down Under, Kita Mean.

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