Another Drag Race Vs The World format could be coming and rumours are pointing to a RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World series.
Whilst it’s still very much a rumour at the moment one vital clue has got the internet in a stir.
What’s going to happen and who can we expect to return?
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Vs The World
Let’s be honest, the first run of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Vs The World was hectic.
After six short episodes with only nine contestants we were swiftly delivered a winner.
But not before complete and utter chaos errupted.
After the elimination of front runners Jimbo and Pangina and the continued preservation of Jujubee many fans were up in arms.
However, that didn’t stop them from watching.
Now the second international format looks set to have a new home, in Canada.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World?
Given the prominence of Canada in the first season it only seems fitting that we might see them host this time.
Despite going home first Lemon was a much adored queen and Jimbo of course has his time cut short.
Could we see either of them return again?
An internet super sleuth claims to have found a clue that indicates Canada will in fact be home to the next instalment.
Facebook user Alessio claims that popular app TV Time has accidentally leaked details of the next season.
The app which acts as a TV guide lists a second season of the program slated to air in 2022.
Posting the screenshot online the information from the app claims “Canada is officially the host nation for the series.”
While there has been no confirmation of the credibility of the image or the existence of the season it hasn’t stopped the internet from speculating.
Many are wondering if RuPaul will finally travel to Canada to host?
If she does, will Brooklyn serve as a judge alongside her or will she be asked to compete?
We’ll have to wait and see.
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