The Frock Destroyers, Blu Hydrangea, Baga Chipz and Divina DeCampo, known for their time on Drag Race UK have released their first documentary.
Following the filming of their debut album, “Frockumentary” is released this week.
Set against the backdrop of the pandemic it follows their struggles recording their debut album.
The Frock Destroyers
“It’s been a bit of a bastard year,” Baga Chipz says as the trailer for the “Frockumentary” begins.
Indeed it was.
As 2020 rolled in Blu Hydrangea, Gaga Chipz and Divina DeCampo were three stars on the rise.
After their time on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK the trio were well known as The Frock Destroyers.
Their hit track Break Up, Bye Bye was blowing up globally.
As the three stars were preparing to continue to tour globally the world hit the breaks on them.
Suddenly the everything stopped.
“We literally went from touring and doing Break Up, Bye Bye and then sat in the house bored,” Blu Hydrangea tells us.
Thankfully it was not all doom and gloom for the group.
Working from their homes with producer Leland the group began to piece together their first album.
Through the power of technology, they were able to come together to record their first studio album, Frock4Life.
It was a remarkable achievement for the group.
Thankfully the process was documented along the way with World of Wonder.
Now, this week the trio have been able to release their Frockumentary to the world.
Viewers will be treated to behind the scenes footage of what went down before, during and after the pandemic.
Watch as Blu Hydrangea, Gaga Chipz and Divina DeCampo struggle through the challenges of working and creating from home.
Frockumentary is available through World of Wonder (Wow+) worldwide, however does not yet have an Australian release date.
Watch the trailer below.
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