RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs. Winner of World Crowns in Epic Lip-Sync Finale

Spoilers ahead for the grand finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs the World.

RuPaul just crowned the first-ever “Queen of the Mothertucking World” (baby!).

For their sixth and final maxi-challenge, the top four competitors from Drag Race UK vs the World – Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea, Jujubee and Mo Heart – hit the track in their finest drag, before battling it out in smackdowns lip sync for the crown.

Facing the eliminated queens – Lemon, Cheryl Hole, Jimbo, Pangina Heals and Janey Jacké – the finalists were criticized for their performances throughout the competition.

The panel praised Baga for her “chic” track and for being close to viewers, as well as Blu’s growth since the first season of Drag Race UK. Graham Norton praised the Queen of Northern Ireland for her “brutal” tactics, including her highly controversial withdrawal of Pangina Heals, in front of Pangina Heals, which was slightly embarrassing.

Although Michelle Visage admitted that Jujubee’s performance was “confusing” in the first half of the competition, as she didn’t earn any RuPeter badges until episode five (unearned!), RuPaul said it was ” satisfying” for her to make the final for a fourth time – something no other competitor in her history has achieved.

Mo’s entire performance on UK vs the World was praised, including his stage presence, Billy Porter impersonation on Snatch Game and Butch Queen’s “epic” track. RuPaul hailed her as “absolutely brilliant”.

After Alan Carr, Billy Porter and the whore Naomi Campbell offered advice to the finalists via satellite, Baga, Blu, Juju and Mo went backstage for their final Untucked in the series, where they were joined by the eliminated queens.

The conversation quickly turned to Pangina’s elimination at the hands of Blu, with the Drag Race Thailand co-host wondering why she chose to eliminate her from the race. Shortly after, Jimbo expressed how “devastated” she was when Pangina revealed her lipstick, and although the artist behind Casper the Baloney Ghost practiced forgiveness, drama ensued.

The cast quickly returned to the stage, where Sir Elton John revealed that the lip-sync format introduced in US season 9 would be making a comeback, leaving their fates until – a dramatic drum roll please – wheel.

After the wheel landed on Mo, the Brown Cow Stunning singer hilariously picked Baga as her lip-syncing opponent out of “strategy.” To the beat of Jessie J’s pop anthem Domino, Baga served up the comedy as Mo mopped the floor with her self-proclaimed “cunt.”

Unsurprisingly, RuPaul announced Mo as the winner of the lip-sync showdown, leaving Jujubee and Blu to battle Duran Duran’s The Reflex. Both contestants gave it their all, but ultimately Blu emerged supreme – relegating Juju to third (fourth place) once again.

Following the epic lip-sync finale, in which Blu and Mo competed against Kylie Minogue’s recent disco cut Supernova, RuPaul announced the premiere as the first-ever “Queen of the Mothertucking World.”

With her win, Blu makes history as the first Irish queen to win a season of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Here’s how viewers reacted to the Drag Race UK vs the World finale, including epic lip-syncs and the winner.

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