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‘Drag was always a protest, a political statement’: RuPaul’s Drag Race UK finalists open up

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On Thursday nights, drag queen Tayce settles in to watch RuPaul’s Drag Race UK with his housemates. “We sit around, get some food, watch the thing, then have a couple of bevs after,” he says, talking from his bedroom in London.

The experience is a little different for Tayce than for most viewers; he is also one of the finalists in this year’s competition.

One of his flatmates, A’Whora, was also on the show, just missing out on a top-four spot. “She’s upstairs now,” Tayce says, in his nimble Newport lilt.

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