Drag Race UK icon Tayce slays on the Cirque du Soleil red carpet and says the show was ‘everything’
Drag Race UK star Tayce absolutely slayed the Cirque du Soleil red carpet premiere in London.
The drag icon served body and face as she sashayed down the red carpet, wearing a white gown by Maria Lucia Hohan alongside an ice white wig.
She posted the pictures to her Instagram page, captioning the post: “felt like popping out and f**king s**t up last night and that’s exactly what happened.”
Tayce added that the new Cirque du Soleil show was “everything”, which is currently running at the Royal Albert Hall.
Fans are obsessed with her red carpet slay, as she showed everybody else how it’s done, with one calling her “a true goddess”.
Another says she’s “the most beautiful” and “you are everything”, while one fan sums it up saying, “she understood the damn assignment”.
Even Years & Years’ Olly Alexander commented on the post calling the drag star “unreal”.
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Tayce was joined on the red carpet by a number of familiar faces, including fellow Drag Race UK alumni A’Whora, Sex Education’s Aimee Lou Wood, Spice Girl Mel B and Bake Off’s Prue Leith.
The brand new show – which takes audiences to an imaginary Mexico – is currently running at the iconic venue until 27 February.
You can find out how to get tickets for Cirque du Soleil in London below.
How to get Cirque du Soleil tickets
Cirque Du Soleil: Luzia is running at the Royal Albert Hall until at least 27 February, and you can get tickets from Ticketmaster here.
The show takes audiences to an imaginary Mexico, described as “a sumptuous world suspended between dreams and reality”.
It’s where light and rain (“luz” and “lluvia” in Spanish) feed the spirit and soothe the soul.
Luzia brings to the stage many places, faces and sounds unique to the country taken from both tradition and modernity. The imaginative and visually dazzling show will feature breath-taking production, including the incorporation of rain.
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