Move aside Liz, the UK has a brand new queen.

This season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has been like no other in herstory.

Across ten episodes, viewers have been blessed with gag-worthy eliminations from Joe Black to Asttina Mandella, and of course, Ginny Lemon, as well as jaw-dropping lip-sync smackdowns and main stage altercations. H&M: you good?

Let’s not forget COVID’s rude interruption halfway through the series, which resulted in Veronica Green contracting the virus and failing to join her sisters for round two, and the absolute slayage of UK Hun.

On this week’s grand season two finale, one of the contestants finally ended the reign of The Vivienne, who memorably conquered over Divina De Campo and Baga Chipz on 21 November 2019. Honestly, what is time?

For their final maxi-challenge, Bimini, Ellie Diamond, Lawrence Chaney and Tayce competed in an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza for the crown as they performed a remixed version of RuPaul’s track A Little Bit of Love.

After prancing down the runway in their final four eleganza, Ellie was told by RuPaul that it’s “not her time” and was eliminated in fourth place. To the beat of Elton John’s pop classic I’m Still Standing, the top three pulled out the kicks, flips and splits for the crown. It was instantly iconic, honestly.

RuPaul then announced that – MAJOR SPOILER ALERT! – Lawrence triumphed over her competitors to become the winner of season two, with Bimini and Tayce placing joing second and third. Condragulations to our brand new queen!

Following the episode, viewers praised season two on social media as one of the most legendary instalments in the franchise’s 12-year herstory.

One fan wrote: “Every single one of those Queens on the cast is a superstar and I feel like they’ll help cultivate in a new age of queer excellence in the UK.”

Another tweeted: “Drag Race UK s2 has been the best season of Drag Race. Period. It’s been iconic all the way through.”

Here’s how fans reacted:

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