“Must be comfortable being featured on TV.”

Drag Race are on the search for super fans to participate in an “interactive audience experience” for an upcoming episode.

World of Wonder announced the news on Instagram, telling fans that they “must be comfortable being featured on TV” and might be asked to participate in a “drag demonstration, such as putting on a wig, makeup or padding”.

Applicants must be at least 21-years-old, local to Los Angeles and able to be on set for two 12-hour days.

“If you’d like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please send us a 1-minute video explaining what makes you ultimate RuPaul’s Drag Race Super Fan!” the post reads. “Please include your social media handles and 2 photos of yourself.”

For anyone who wants to apply, email your submission to rdrsuperfans@worldofwonder.net by 7 August.

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Calling all RuPaul's Drag Race Super Fans to participate in an exclusive, interactive audience experience! Must be comfortable being featured on TV. May be asked to participate in a drag demonstration, such as putting on a wig, makeup or padding. Open to all applicants 21+. Must be local to Los Angeles. Only applicants who can attend for two (2) days, approximately 12 hours per day, will be considered. If you’d like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please send us a 1-minute video explaining what makes you the ultimate RuPaul’s Drag Race Super Fan! Please include your social media handles and 2 photos of yourself. Email all submissions to rdrsuperfans@worldofwonder.net. Apply by Wednesday, August 7, 2019.

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Earlier this year, RuPaul announced that Drag Race had officially begun casting calls for the show’s highly-anticipated 12th season. Yah, season 12. To quote Queer Eye icon Jonathan Van Ness – “can you believe?”

“If you are a showgirl, if you are a drag queen, if you are a girl with the cha-cha heels and a pussycat wig honey, you better get up on this show!” the Emmy Award winning host said in a statement.

It’s rumoured that the show has already gone into production, and will air after the fifth instalment of All Stars 5 (see the rumoured cast here) and Drag Race UK. Yup, three seasons of Drag Race within a year – so much C.U.N.T.

Check out the rumoured cast for season 12 here. 

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