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The Drag Race UK Brit Crew went commando and the internet’s thirst was quenched

Reiss Smith November 8, 2019
Baga Chipz and the Brit Crew

'You're watching the BBC' (BBC).

Drag Race UK got fans hot under the collar this week with a boxers, briefs or commando mini challenge and a steaming portion of conflama.

With casting for season 2 now underway, the time is fast approaching for the inaugural batch of Drag Race UK queens to pack up and leave the werk room for good.

With just two weeks to go until the grand finale, tensions were running high between the five remaining queens, with Divina De Campo accusing The Vivienne of overlooking her.

Once again, all eyes were on Baga Chipz who birthed a new meme while watching the clash from afar.

With the drama still rumbling, the queens were set a BBC mini challenge, and were asked to work out whether the Brit Crew were wearing boxers, briefs or were going commando.

Divine De Campo had her eye on the prize, and won a phone call with Drag Race royalty Katya.

For the main challenge, RuPaul set the queens to work creating and marketing their own brand of bottled water.

Back in the werk room, The Vivienne opened up about her past struggles with addiction.

On the main stage, Cheryl Hole came face to face with her idol and namesake.

While Baga Chipz’ battered sausage caused friction between Cheryl (the other one) and Michelle Visage.

In the end The Vivienne won her third Ru Peter badge, with a Mother Nature inspired look that seemed familiar to some.

Having all but thrown in the towel, Baga Chipz was deemed safe.

And after lip-syncing to Cheryl’s ‘Call My Name’, Blu Hydrangea was sent packing.

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK continues Thursdays on BBC iPlayer.

More: Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea, Cheryl, cheryl hole, Divina de Campo, Drag Race UK, rupaul, the vivienne

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