This season 12 queen is officially hosting Drag Race France


Nicky Doll to Host Drag Race France

As the launch date of Drag Race France nears, the host has officially been announced as Season 12 competitor Nicky Doll.

Nicky is the second competitor to take the reins as the host of an international arm of the franchise.

She follows in the footsteps of Brooke Lynn Hytes who now hosts Canada’s Drag Race.

Nicky Doll to Host Drag Race France

Despite placing 11th on Season 12 of Drag Race, Nicky Doll made an impression with her sharp wit and endearing personality.

She was also the first french contestant to compete on the program.

But season 12 in itself also had a lot going on.

The season began with Sherry Pie’s disqualification after she admitted to some less than favourable behaviour on the internet.

Aiden Zhane later copped the rage of Patricia Quinn after a very unflattering Snatch Game performance of the actress.

To cap it off we were treated to a finale filmed in isolation, RuPaul in THAT mask and a well-deserved win by Jaida Essence Hall.

To stand out through all of that was an achievement and Nicky Doll held her own, now she gets to take the spotlight on Drag Race France.

Nicky Doll: “I’m honoured and thrilled”

Nicky Doll and her fellow judges have all now been revealed ahead of the release date for Drag Race France.

The Drag Race star will be joined by two judges for the French spin-off of the popular show.

Flanking Nicky Doll will be French TV presenter Daphné Bürki.

Adding some musical flavour to the panel will be French musician Kiddy Smile.

Is Nicky Doll excited? You bet.

“I’m honoured and thrilled to be the mistress of ceremonies of this emblematic show, which is going to revolutionize French drag and give prominence to incredible queer artists!”

“So, start your engines, and may the best drag queen…win!”

A premiere date for the series is still yet to be announced.

Check out some of our favourite moments featuring the new host below.

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