EXCLUSIVE: RuPaul Drag Race Down Under Cast Reveals What The show Is Really like Behind The Scenes

The second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under returned to the screens on Saturday.

Claws out in Drag Race,’ said drag queen Molly Poppins.

‘There are so many wild moments! You’re gonna get your drama, you’re gonna get your wild moments, good looks, talent, everything!’ Kevin Kong said that despite the behind-the-scenes antics, the Queens bonded and are now closer than ever .

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‘We’re just a sister,’ she said. ‘But whatever happened, everything happened.

Meanwhile, Season 2’s 50-year-old oldest queen Minnie Cooper says viewers can “expect more drama than [Real] Housewives.” New Zealand’s queens are nice and sweet. But those Sydney queens, oh, they come in with beef!’ She indicated that there would be ‘some dressing down’.

It’s easy for housewives!’ Poppins continued.

Stan released the trailer for the iconic drag series earlier this week, which was filled with plenty of shock moments. ‘That outfit was really awesome,’ 21-year-old Beverly Kills said in a clip.

Hopefully you can polish a turd,’ said Hannah Konda.

The show premieres Saturday at 4 p.m. AEST on Stan, with 10 contestants vying for the top prize and set to feature a number of celebrity guest stars, including Australia’s beloved wildlife warrior Bindi and Robert Irwin.

Celebration of the release of the show at the State Theater in Sydney

Queens dazzled Thursday night for a star-studded blue carpet event. I think I’m still processing it,’ New Zealand drag performer Kevin Kong told Daily Mail Australia to meet and work with RuPaul Andre Charles ‘When you meet someone you’ve idolized since childhood… It took me about two weeks to really realize that I was in the workroom with RuPaul. It was huge, very big. It was a dream come true.’

RuPaul said in a statement

This season features a diverse array of talent, including a fire-breathing, Australia’s Got Talent semifinalist and queens with First Nations and Māori heritage. “I absolutely love RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under,” RuPaul said in a statement. Thrilled to be producing and hosting the new season.

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