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Trixie Mattel and Katya’s Viceland show is available to view now!

Joseph McCormick November 4, 2017

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 7 stars Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova have a new show out and it is available to watch now.

The YouTube stars of UNHhhh, the show where they talk about whatever they want, have teamed up with Viceland for a new venture.

The show debuted earlier this week and episode one is available to view now on YouTube.

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Producers of the show describe it as a “hilarious hybrid of late-night, daytime, and advice shows.”

Check out the first episode on YouTube here

UNHhhh

The Season 7 and AllStars contestants have been recording their WoW Presents show for two seasons.

Having reached 58 videos, the pair talk about a given topic in each but often segue onto other nonsensical themes.

Check out an episode of UNHhhh below:

A third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars has today been confirmed by VH1.

The show brings back your favourite queens from past seasons as they go head to head as they eliminate each other, rather than the choice being down to Mama Ru.

As well as the third season of All Stars, the network has also confirmed that the after show RuPaul’s Drag Race Untucked will also make a return.

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Meanwhile, a third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars has been confirmed by VH1.

The show brings back your favourite queens from past seasons as they go head to head as they eliminate each other, rather than the choice being down to Mama Ru.

Netflix in Portugal got RuPaul’s Drag Race and the translators made an epic hot mess of a mistake when translating some of RuPaul’s infamous catch phrases.

Twitter user, @phi_lipi shared a screen shot of the error which translated “sashay away” to “bye, go home, no one loves you”.

In France, “sashay away” got translated to “défile jusqu’à la sortie” which literally means “Parade to the exit.”

UNHhhh

The show isn’t just inspiring artists, or failing to inspire translators, but families.

One mother watched an episode with her son who loved the show, and so they decided to drag up together.

She shared the beautiful pictures on Twitter but was later accused of child abuse for celebrating drag culture.

More: US

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