Alan Carr opened up on the next series of Ru Paul's Drag Race UK as he appeared on Lorraine on Wednesday morning.
The comedian is a judge on the BBC Three show hosted by Ru Paul as drag queens battle it out to be crowned the next drag superstar.
Filming for series two was forced to halt due to the pandemic, but Alan revealed it will resume in two weeks.
He alternated judging the show each week with Graham Norton, and was joined by special guest judges including Cheryl Cole, Geri Halliwell, and Andrew Garfield.
He told Christine Lampard: "I'm filming that in a fortnight's time, so that will be nice to just get that finished."
"It's also good for some of the drag queens who maybe their sewing wasn't that good, because in the lockdown, if they've got any sense, they'd be on that sewing machine, with that pedal down - no excuse!"
A BBC spokesman told The Sun Online in March: "In light of the spread of COVID-19, after much consideration, production on 'RuPaul’s Drag Race UK' will be temporarily pausing filming both in consultation with and supported by the BBC.
"We will continue to review all productions on a case by case basis and will continue to follow the latest news and advice from the Foreign Office, World Health Organisation and Public Health England."
In the meantime, Drag Race fans can look forward to a new BBC spin off called God Shave the Queens.
It follows the queens from series one around as they complete their first ever world tour.
The show features the likes of Gothy Kendoll, Scaredy Kat, Vinegar Strokes, Crystal, Sum Ting Wong, Blu Hydrangea, Cheryl Hole, Baga Chipz, Divina De Campo, series one winner The Vivienne and special guest Alyssa Edwards.
RuPaul's Drag Race UK series one is available now on BBC iPlayer.