Alan Carr, a judge for Drag Race, discusses a "rubbish" year following his husband's divorce

Alan Carr, a judge for Drag Race, discusses a "rubbish" year following his husband's divorce ...

In January, RuPaul''s Drag Race UK judge Alan Carr informed that he and his husband Paul Drayton were going through a divorce after being married for three years and together for 13.

Alan is on his next comedy tour Regional Trinket, which he started with being patient before his relationship dissipated during a year that was "a bit bleak" on a personal level.

Alan spoke out on what''s On Scotland, saying, "I wrote [the show] before COVID. It was a week to go, and everything was written and done. It was about me getting married and Adele getting ordained especially to marry me and Paul."

"But then, during COVID, the relationship stuttered, and I was separated when we reached out to the other end."

Due to a major change in his personal life, Alan has revealed that he will take time off work to work on himself.

"I''ve got to sort out that work/life balance," he said. "Next year, you''ll probably see a bit less of Alan. I''ll make myself sort out. I''m confident that it will last forever.

Alan admitted that he''d like to reconnect with love, (partly) joking that he''d quite like "a nice Scottish guy."

Queens of the Universe, a reality drag singing competition, has announced the judging line-up for the second season this week. Trixie Mattel, Michelle Visage, and Vanessa Williams are all returning, with Mel B replacing Leona Lewis this time around.

The fourth series of Drag Race UK series 4 is expected to premiere later this year, but Canada vs the World has just been announced.

RuPaul''s Drag Race UK is airing on BBC Three in the United Kingdom and is streaming on WOW Presents Plus in the United States.

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