Mama Ru has selected her top four queens of Drag Race UK vs the World season two.

Spoilers ahead.

On the penultimate episode of the UK-based spinoff, the five remaining contestants – Hannah Conda, La Grande Dame, Marina Summers, Scarlet Envy, and Tia Kofi – were tasked with giving comedic speeches at the “sham wedding” of Michelle Visage and Graham Norton. 

“But instead of raising a toast, you’re going to give a good old-fashioned roast,” Ru explained. 

“Now, to help you prepare later, you’ll be meeting with our extra special guest judge, queen of the comedy roast Katherine Ryan.” 

While Marina was less than thrilled to take on the comedy-based challenge, Tia and Hannah were overjoyed to have the opportunity to work with Katherine. 

“I’m obsessed with her. I love her. She’s great. I really do love her,” Tia said in confessional.

Before exiting the werkroom, Ru selected mini-challenge winner Hannah as the wedding planner, which gave her the privilege of assigning the roast order. 

With Michelle and Graham’s wedding imminent, the Australia-based queen got down to work on the roast order. 

“I could either set this up so I look really good and they look shit, or I could make a really cohesive fun comedy roast, and hopefully it works out in my favour,” Hannah said in confessional. 

Ultimately, the Down Under star assigned herself as the opener, La Grande as second, Marina as third, Scarlet as fourth, and Tia as the closer—which the group wholeheartedly accepted. 

After creating the speech schedule, the queens headed to the runway to workshop their material with Katherine, where they received a handful of tips and tricks. 

The next day, the ladies returned to the werkroom refreshed and ready to deliver their cheeky wedding roast performances.

Settling into their respective workstations, Hannah asked the group if anyone had been in the semi-final before.

In response, Scarlet revealed that it was her first time ever getting this far in the Drag Race franchise.

“You know, this is uncharted territory for me, girls… I’m very excited, which really just makes me want it even more,” the Brooklyn-based queen explained. 

When asked if anyone had experienced a finale before, La Grande and Marina raised their hands, adding that they were both runner-ups in their respective seasons. 

“I came to prove that I can match that placement again, but what I’ve learned from this whole thing is that you are rebirthing a new version of yourself, and you don’t have to be haunted by your past,” Marina said. 

Hannah also revealed that she was a finalist before opening up about the challenges she faced while filming Drag Race Down Under. 

“To be honest, I didn’t really enjoy the experience because I was just, like, scared about how people would perceive me,” she explained. 

“Even to the point where I’d go to meet and greets and stuff, and people paid to meet everybody, but they’d walk past me. So my first round was really tough. But now I’ve been more me than I have in a very long time.” 

Following Hannah’s heartfelt moment, the queens headed to the main stage to deliver their epic wedding roasts, which were filled with hilarious and not-so-hilarious jokes. 

After strutting down the runway in their “Take Me Up The Aisle” ensembles, the ladies were treated to the judges’ critiques.

In the end, Hannah and Tia were named the top two queens of the week due to their standout material and charismatic presence – leaving Marina, Scarlet, and La Grande in the bottom.

Following Tia and Hannah’s electric lip-sync to Loreen’s ‘Euphoria,’ Ru named the former the winner, who then sent Scarlet home. 

“It f***ing sucks to be the one to leave tonight. It’s hard to get this close and not get what I really wanted, but I hope I’ve done the USA proud,” the All Stars 6 performer said during her exit confessional. 

“My lyrics earlier in the season were “never fear the future”. So just because you don’t achieve the goal that you set for yourself doesn’t mean you shouldn’t set another one, girl.” 

Shortly after the episode aired, fans took to social media to share their reactions to the top four of Drag UK vs the World season two. 

One viewer on X, formerly known as Twitter, wrote: “Why do I want Tia Kofi to win so bad even though Marina seems like the clear winner #DragRaceUK.” 

Another fan tweeted: “To me the best top 4 with the queens on this season would be Keta, Scarlet, Marina and Tia.” 

A third fan added: “Double crowning for Tia and Marina, pretty please??”

Next week’s supersized grande finale of Drag Race UK vs the World will see the top four queens reuniting with the eliminated contestants. They will also be tasked with delivering one final performance for the crown.  

Check out more fan reactions to the Drag Race UK semi-final below. 

Drag Race UK vs the World is streaming in the UK on BBC iPlayer.

You can watch our interview with Scarlet Envy here or below.