RuPaul Drag Race’s Frock Destroyers Hit Single, Tour and Eurovision?

Just a huge amount of fun to watch! Next stop, world domination!
Frock Destroyers Break Up Cover

If you’re watching RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K., you’ll have seen the amazing performance from Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea and Divina De Campo who collectively became the Frock Destroyers as part of a girl-group challenge. They were the underdogs, but that status seems to have given them the drive to overcome the rival team.

Fans of the show loved this team-up so much that they’ve started a petition to have the Frock Destroyers represent the U.K. at Eurovision. This is a great idea since the U.K. was at the very bottom of the heap at the last songfest, having embarrassed itself yet another year. Yes, why not? It certainly would liven up the competition.

Along with that, their song – with lyrics written by the members of Frock Destroyers – has been released as a single and is a Top 40 hit on the U.K. charts! I don’t think any other Drag Racers besides RuPaul have cracked the charts like this.

Due to all the attention, the trio is embarking on a small tour this month in Newcastle, Birmingham, and Manchester.

Overall, this is indicative of how successful RuPaul’s move over the pond has been. A second season has been announced, so start your engines…

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