The fourth series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK is expected to be released very shortly.
Fans of the BBC Three program will find it interesting to hear more.
With series 5 casting, at least one additional season of the program will be available on screens.
The casting for #DragRaceUK Series 5 is now open: https://t.co/TY1ncbiVob pic.twitter.com/OJ0WUKU7jT
"I'm calling all UK queens," read a tweet. "The casting for RuPaul's Drag Race UK is now open!
"We are looking for charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent, so please don't hesitate to contact us if you have what it takes!"
Fans will not have to wait long until a new season of the show is released on screens, with the premiere scheduled for Thursday, September 22.
Every Thursday, new episodes will be released.
The line-up for RuPaul, Michelle Visage, Alan Carr, and Graham Norton has yet to be announced.
Tess Daly and AJ Odudu of Strictly Come Dancing will be joining the show to take part in the Snatch Game, while pro Giovanni Pernice will be joining the queens as their dance teachers.
Other celebrities who have joined the star-studded guest list include Absolutely Fabulous legend Joanna Lumley, Alison Hammond, Hannah Waddingham, Boy George, Lorraine Pascale, Spice Girl Mel B, Leomie Anderson, and FKA Twigs.
Krystal Versace won the championship in Series 3 of the show, defeating Ella Vaday and Kitty Scott-Claus, and became the youngest ever winner aged 19.
Versace said at the time about her journey on the show: "Everything happens for a reason, and I've done everything to the best of my ability."
"I think the one thing I look back on and wish I could tweak is the Snatch Game. Because in the moment, I really got lost and forgot a lot of what I intended to say.
"So I'd definitely go over that. I think I can really do a lot better," says the narrator.
Drag Race UK is available on BBC Three in the United Kingdom, and is available on WOW Presents Plus in the United States.
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