Drag Race UK Star Blu Hydrangea lands new TV show

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Drag Race UK season one undoubtedly had a talented cast, now one more alumni has landed their very own TV gig.

BBC this week announced the Northern Ireland Drag Race UK star Blu Hydrangea will be hosting their new series Stitch, Please!

Stitch, please!

The new show is a perfect fit for Blue Hydrangea. Known for her incredible costume and make up skills each episode of the four part series Blu will host and judge.

Pairs of contestants will compete to meet the design brief assigned by Blu.

Contestants will be required to create costumes inspired by iconic fashion moments from around the world.

Design briefs will include film, TV, cosplay and fashion.

Contestants will have just 12 hours to create their outfits.

They will be judged on their craftsmanship, creativity and sustainability as they model their own creations.

Is Blue Hydrangea excited for the show? You bet. ”

“Hosting this show is literally a dream job for me, bringing together my love for cosplay, drama, iconic fashion and celebrity culture.” Said Blu in a statement.

“I have no idea how the producers are going to pack it all into 30 minutes each week, but I can promise it will be fast paced, highly entertaining and very glamorous.”

Blu Hydrangea continues to grow

This isn’t the first post show success for Blue Hydrangea. After placing fifth on the first season of Drag Race UK she has gone on to do several media gigs.

After appearing on the BBC web series Strictly Frocked Up Blu has also appeared in God Shave the Queen for World of Wonder in 2020.

Meanwhile Blu has continued to hone her incredible make up skills in her web series Blu’s Beats which has racked up tens of thousands of views online.

There is no release date for Stitch, Please! However the program is expected to air later in the year.

Check out some of Blu Hydrangea’s best runway looks on Drag Race UK below.



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