Meet the queens of RuPaul's Drag Race UK season 3
Here's everything you need to know about the Drag Race UK season three queens.
The third season of RuPaul's Drag Race UK has kept us entertained over the last 10 weeks but like all good things, it has to unfortunately sashay away from our screens.
Thankfully, it won't be doing so until tonight's final, which will see Krystal Versace, Ella Vaday and Kitty Scott-Claus battle it out to become the UK's Next Drag Superstar.
Last week's episode saw Vanity Milan become the latest queen to be eliminated from season three, before sitting down with RadioTimes.com to chat about her time on the show for the Drag Race Debrief.
In tonight's episode, the three finalists will be hoping to impress the judges with their performance of RuPaul's holiday hit Hey Sis, It's Christmas and their very last runway look.
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Read on for everything you need to know about the Drag Race UK series three queens ahead of tonight's final.
Drag Race UK season three finalists
Krystal Versace describes herself as "a sex goddess". "She is the supreme. She is a god. It's the legs, the body, the hips, the waist. High, feminine glam. Super fierce. She is just the ultimate moment."
Kitty Scott-Claus began performing in pantomimes across the country after graduating from drama school. "I wanted to be sassy. I wanted to be Elle Woods in Legally Blonde. I wanted to be Roxy Hart in Chicago. I wanted to be Glinda in Wicked. The busty blondes!"
From: Dagenham, Essex
Former West End performer Ella Vaday describes herself as "a desperate housewife of Dagenham. A yummy mummy – a bit garish, a bit classy, a bit Essex-y", adding: "I’m very sarcastic and dry."
Former Drag Race UK season three queens
Vanity Milan - Eliminated in Week Eight
From: South London
A novice in the drag world who is already making her mark, Vanity Milan describes herself as "sophisticated, sexy and savage". "I’m not a diva. I’m not a hun. I’m serving unapologetic blackness. Vanity is REAL. I am REAL."
Victoria Scone - Withdrew in Week Three
Victoria Scone is the first cisgender female to take part on the show. "Me being here is political but you can just have fun with it. That’s why I started. I just wanted to entertain people and that's what we’re going to do! Drag can just be fun."
Veronica Green - Eliminated in Week Three
From: Rochdale, Lancashire
RuPaul fans will recognise Veronica Green from series two. She had to leave the show after testing positive for COVID but revealed that she "received an open invitation from Mama Ru to come back for series three – and I wasn’t gonna turn that down!"
Scarlett Harlett - Eliminated in Week Seven
From: East London
Scarlett Harlett has described herself as "Danny Dyer in drag", claiming to be "EastEnders personified", who embraces her working class and cockney roots in her drag.
River Medway - Eliminated in Week Six
River Medway takes inspiration from Miley Cyrus's Hannah Montana, saying: "I've always been obsessed with her and now when I think about it I loved the transformation. By day, she was a schoolgirl, living a completely normal life, and then by night she’s a popstar, with wigs, make up and outfits. That’s drag ! And that’s how I feel in drag."
Elektra Fence - Eliminated in Week Two
From: Burnley, Lancashire
Elektra Fence says she's "inspired by northern warrior-women like Bet Lynch and Jane McDonald – hence my obsession with leopard print! But also by strong, glamorous ladies, like Miley Cyrus, Kris Jenner and Madonna!"
Charity Kase - Eliminated in Week Five
Charity Kase aims to break beauty stereotypes with her unique look, and to "create a fantasy from another dimension". "My name comes from my ability to craft stuff on a very low budget and transform the grotesque to glamorous and maybe be both at the same time!" she says.
Choriza May - Eliminated in Week Six
Choriza May is Spanish living in Newcastle, though she says her drag was born in the UK. "As an immigrant queen, I’m someone with a slightly different background to the other queens in the competition, but my drag was born in the UK. There are millions of European immigrants in the UK, and I’m so happy to be representing them as drag queen of the immigrants!"
Anubis - Eliminated in Week One
The name Anubis pays tribute to her Egyptian heritage and her late father, meaning God of the Afterlife. "I chose the name Anubis because I wanted something that referenced my Egyptian heritage. My dad was Egyptian and when he passed away about three years ago, I wanted a name that paid homage to him."
Unfortunately, Anubis was the first queen to sashay away from the competition, after losing in a lip sync battle against Elektra Fence.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK series 3 airs on BBC Three and iPlayer at 7pm. If you're looking for more to watch, check out our TV Guide or visit our Entertainment hub for all the latest news.