After two very entertaining months of competition, the first ever winner of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK has been crowned.

Expectations were very high for the British version of the smash hit American show that has become a worldwide phenomenon and it has delivered, firing on all cylinders from the get-go on the BBC.

We’ve had Donald Trump and Margaret Thatcher impressions during Snatch Game, some memorable quotes-  “much better” anyone- and even a hit single in the shape of The Frock Destroyers insanely catchy Break Up (Bye Bye).

 

Ahead of Thursday night’s final episode there were just three queens left in the running for the title - Baga Chipz, The Vivienne and Divina de Campo.

And after a final round in front of judges Michelle Visage, Alan Carr, Graham Norton and of course Ru Paul, the winner was revealed as The Vivienne, the Liverpool-based queen who was once the UK ambassador for Drag Race.

The top 2 were Divina De Campo and The Vivienne with Baga in third.