Scots singer Lulu is 'super excited' to be guest judge on Series 3 of Drag Race UK
Lulu, 72, has been chosen to join Nicola Coughlan, and Russell Tovey as a guest judge on the show.
The upcoming season of Drag Race UK promises to be extra special this year with Little Mix’s Leigh Ann Pinnock, Strictly Come Dancing ’s Oti Mabuse and the amazing social media sensation Charity Shop Sue as fixtures on the panel this year.
Lulu and her judge pals will join Ru Paul, Michelle Visage, Graham Norton and Alan Carr on the panel.
BBC Three teased their appearance on the official Twitter account of the show and wrote: "What do @nicolacoughlan, Lulu and @russelltovey all have in common?
"They’re are all going to be guest judges on series three of #DragRaceUK."
Paying homage to Bimini Bon Boulash's phrase, they added cheekily: "Not a joke, just a fact."
Lulu said of her forthcoming appearance: "During lockdown, Drag Race UK was one of the most fun, entertaining, glamorous, camp ways to spend an evening.
"After watching the show I always felt uplifted… it was THE BEST tonic!"
She also added on her social media: "Super excited to announce that I will be a guest judge on Series Three of Drag Race UK BBC."
Bridgerton actress Nicola Couglhan also said in response to the BBC Tweet: "Because I am what? A Sickening Extra Special Guest Judge Bish!"
"When RuPaul asked me on the @dragraceukbbc panel I felt gorgeous, I felt perfect, I felt like Linda Evangelista, like a model If your question is U K Hun did you feel ready?
"I didn’t have to get ready I stay ready,"
Years and Years star Russell who says his own drag name will be Ruth Top Garden added: "It is such an inspirational show and to be a part of this magical world is sensational."
He went on to add his own drag name would be Ruth Top Garden.
Comedian Judi Love and Girls Aloud’s Nadine Coyle will take part in the show’s annual Snatch Game.