The internet is in a spin again after a rumoured cast for RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World has dropped.
While it’s nothing official yet its the first solid cast list to surface in the online rumour mill.
However many are not happy with the potential contenders.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World
While RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World is not even confirmed yet, the rumour mill has been in over drive.
Internet speculation has pointed to the season being a certainty, with a TV guide allegedly leaking the season last month.
It is now believed the program is in production in Canada.
Naturally Drag Race fans have been trawling social media to identify the queens absent and in production.
This season is looking to not only include the US, Canada, UK and Holland but also one very lucky Down Under queen.
Is Anita Wig’lit heading to Canada?
There’s a few reasons fans aren’t too happy with the rumoured cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World.
All three US queens are fresh off the most recent All Stars season.
Silky Nutmeg Ganache, Raja O’Hara and Trinity K Bonet are allegedly representing the US.
While they are fierce talent many feel it’s a little too soon and somewhat strange.
Meanwhile the Canadian queens are drawing the ire of the audience for featuring a recent winner.
Canada is apparently sending Rita Baga, Stephanie Prince and Season two winner Icesis Couture.
The only queen representing Holland is Vivaldi, known for breaking the rules on her season, for having her phone on her.
In more welcoming news the UK is apparently sending injured queen Victoria Scone back into the competition.
Victoria is allegedly being joined by fellow UK competitor Vanity Milan.
Rounding out the last of the rumoured queens is New Zealand’s very own Anita Wig’lit.
The snatch game queen is rumoured to be the only Down Under queen joining the mix.
What do you think of the RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada Vs The World cast?
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