Who Was Eliminated From RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 4 Episode 2?

It was the end of the road for the starlet on tonight’s Drag Race UK (Image: BBC)

**Warning: Spoilers for RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 4 Episode 2 forward!**

Series 4 of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK kissed another queen goodbye on Thursday night, with the starlet becoming the latest lip-synching victim.

After last week’s opening raved by Dame Joanna Lumley, this week’s episode saw singer-songwriter FKA twigs join RuPaul, Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel.

The installment began with the contestants splitting into two girl groups for the Yass-tonbury festival: The Triple Threats and Queens of the Bone Age.

Before they hit the main stage, singer-songwriter Cathy Dennis stopped by to help the teams write their rousing song, having them use their passions to come up with lyrics.

As for the performances, the starlet’s band, The Triple Threats, fell short and were placed at the bottom after failing to win over the judges with their song.

In the end, RuPaul decided the Starlet would go up against Jonbers Blonde in the lip sync, with both queens miming their hearts out to About You Now by the Sugababes.

The starlet is the second queen eliminated from series 4 (Image: BBC)
The starlet’s band The Triple Threats failed to wow the judges with their performance (Image: BBC)
She went up against Jonbers Blonde in the lip sync (Image: BBC)
Singer-songwriter FKA twigs was a guest judge this week (Image: BBC)

Despite Starlet’s best efforts, it wasn’t enough to keep her in the competition, with RuPaul telling her, “Starlet, the galaxy is full of stars, but there’s only one Starlet. Now go away.

“Thank you for making my dream come true and now I have to find a new one,” Starlet replied.

“I’m very sad to be leaving, but I’m really proud to have made it this far. All the other queens were really lovely.

“I think I have a great group of people that I can call my sisters. I can’t wait to see them after the show.

In her lipstick message on the study mirror, she wrote: “Every fairy tale has an end but this is only the beginning xxx”

The remaining queens continue to battle it out to be crowned the UK’s next Drag Superstar.

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK returns next Thursday at 9pm on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer.

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