“Best guest judge in reality TV ever.”

BBC Three have unveiled a behind-the-scenes video of Andrew Garfield on the Drag Race UK runway and it’s… truly something.

The British actor can be seen sashaying and shantaying down the catwalk and embracing his inner feline as he gets down on all fours, licks his hands and crawls back to the exit, where he is met by mainstay judge Michelle Visage.

Unsurprisingly, fans are living for the video. “I don’t think I’ll ever watch anything else ever again,” wrote one fan while another said, “Omg I love him. As long as I have a face, he will always have a place to sit.”

They also praised Andrew’s appearance on the episode, with one going as far to say that he was the “best judge in reality TV ever” and another saying he was “charming, insightful and generous”.

His excellent critiques towards the queens and overall enthusiasm came as no surprise, considering he’s expressed his love for the Emmy Award-winning franchise – and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo – in the past.

Can he come back for every premiere?

Drag Race UK airs every Thursday on BBC Three. The first episode is now available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

RuPaul returns as host and main judge alongside best squirrel friend Michelle Visage, as well as newcomers Alan and Graham Norton, who will rotate every episode like Ross Matthews and Carsson Kressley on the American original.

The queens competing for the title of the UK’s First Drag Superstar are as follows: Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea, Cheryl Hole, Crystal, Divina De Campo, Gothy Kendoll, Scaredy Kat, Sum Ting Wong, Vinegar Strokes and The Vivienne.

It features a star-studded line-up of celebrity guests such as Lorraine Kelly, Stacey Dooley, Cheryl, Maisie Williams, Geri Halliwell, Andrew Garfield, Michaela Coel, Jade Thirwall, Twiggy, MNEK, Curtis Pritchard and AJ Pritchard.

Read our exclusive interviews with all ten fierce queens here and get your jush with the official trailer for Drag Race UK below.

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