Ru Pauls Drag Race: UK Vs The World Series 2 - Live Show

 I have to say that I've been a fan of Drag Race for the last decade at least. From the early US series to the series that are popping up around the world, the Ru Paul dynasty is growing by the year. To celebrate the best of the best the series to end all series is now a huge hit. Ru Paul's Drag Race UK Vs The World S2. With a blend of UK queens against the best from around the world, this is a show that pits the queens at the top of their game against each other in order to crow the queen of queens. 

Featuring the series 2 queens, the UK Vs The World S2 live show takes the stars of the small screen onto a live stage to showcase their talents in a variety show like no other. With dancing, singing, comedy, and the best looks around, this live show truly shows some fantastic talents that these queens have to offer. The tour has visited cities around the country and ended in my local venue of Bournemouth, so I couldn't wait to pop along and see just what talent was on show. 

The queens included in this show are:
  • Tia Kofi (UK)
  • Scarlet Envy (US)
  • Marina Summers (Philippines)
  • La Grande Dame (France)
  • Keta Minaj (Holland)
  • Arantxa Castilla La-Mancha (Spain)
  • Choriza May (UK)
  • Gothy Kendoll (UK)
  • Hannah Conda (Australia)
For anyone that hasn't been to a drag show before, it's honestly a leave all your inhibitions at the door and enjoy every moment. The acts were crass, hilarious, and somewhat seductive leaving you enjoying every minute whilst you danced the night away. Some particular highlights for me included the stunning Marina Summers, who's looks were to die for, Scarlet Envy, who has been a favourite of mine for far too long (who even sung an original song or two), and Tia Kofi, the hostess with the most-ess and the queen of all queens. However my personal favourite was none other than Hannah Conda who's original songs were catchy, who's act was nothing short of perfect, professional and pure hilarity, and was just an all round queen in my eyes. 

Whilst a show like this might not be for everyone, the crowd certainly seemed to love it, with fan favourites being applauded, catchphrases being shouted out, and audience participation encouraged with a dance off on stage for a fan-tastic prize. It's definitely a show for adults rather than all ages, but definitely encouraged me to fall back in love with drag shows all over again!

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