Drag Race UK’s car boot week was a straight up car shoot, and the internet loved it
Raven returned, RuPaul was read, and the queens got stuck into a sewing challenge on episode 3 of Drag Race UK.
With Scaredy Kat’s litter tray barely cold, the Drag Race UK queens returned to the runway for a new week, a new set of challenges, and a whole host of shade.
For the mini challenge RuPaul gave the queens 15 minutes to get into quick drag, which The Vivienne was not wasting a single second of.
— R_e_a (@Findmein398) October 17, 2019
The category was “genteel English rose”, which Blu interpreted with… whatever the hell this was.
— rishika (@rish_0) October 17, 2019
To the delight of everyone RuPaul finally landed a pun, at the expense of noted Drag Race fan Theresa May.
— Leah Allyce Canali (@TaketheCanoli) October 18, 2019
After Cheryl Hole was crowned top of the maypole mini challenge, Ru welcomed on a very special guest to introduce the “car boot couture” maxi challenge.
— 𝐜𝐡𝐥𝐨𝐞 (@hytiaras) October 17, 2019
RuPaul returned to the werk room to chat with the queens for the first – and after a sly read from Blu Hydrangea – possibly last time.
— Michael X (@GeordieJersey1) October 17, 2019
Ru got her own back, throwing serious shade towards Vinegar Stroke’s “hodge podge” aesthetic.
me @ vinegar strokes for this entire episode pic.twitter.com/dDl9YCIg6C
— Louis Staples (@LouisStaples) October 17, 2019
On the runway, The Vivienne gave her best video tape eleganza, which felt eerily familiar to Mighty Boosh fans.
— Jaz Hicks (@JazHicks) October 17, 2019
Divina de Campo served up David Bowie doing a laundry run realness, and was awarded this week’s Ru Peter badge.
— Canaffle (@Canaffle) October 17, 2019
— Kyle Oliver (@thechange1987) October 17, 2019
Back in the werk room, Baga Chipz revealed that her hot glue wonder had left her sticky in all the wrong places.
— Dan Colbourne (@DanTheBlob) October 17, 2019
But after the judge’s critiques Vinegar suffered a premature elimination, and was asked to sashay away.
📃 VINEGAR STROKES 📃
A MESS. (2/10) pic.twitter.com/bCFdcVl9iH
— Andrei Nathaniel (@TheAndreiNDC) October 18, 2019
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK continues on Thursdays on BBC iPlayer.