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RuPaul's Drag Race Fans Praise Show For Inclusive Changes To Iconic Catchphrase

Lucy Devine

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RuPaul's Drag Race Fans Praise Show For Inclusive Changes To Iconic Catchphrase

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RuPaul's Drag Race fans have praised the show after noticing one of its iconic catchphrases has changed for Season 13.

In a bid to be more inclusive, the iconic catchphrase "Gentlemen, start your engines, and may the best woman win" has changed to "Racers, start your engines, and may the best drag queen win".

And viewers couldn't stop praising the show, with many taking to social media to gush about the change.

Viewers couldn't stop praising the show, with many taking to social media to gush about the change (Credit: VH1)
Viewers couldn't stop praising the show, with many taking to social media to gush about the change (Credit: VH1)
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One person tweeted: "Watching the new drag race and loved to hear Ru Paul's new and improved, trans and non binary inclusive catch phrase: 'Racers, start your engines, and may the best drag queen win.' We love to see it."

While another added: "Love the new ru catchphrase. 'Racers, start your engine. And may the best drag Queen win. Yay for inclusion!!! #DragRace."


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"An iconic change for an iconic catchphrase: @RuPaul now says 'Racers, start your engines, and may the best drag queen win!', becoming more inclusive for trans and non-binary contestants. #DragRace," another tweeted.

And one added: "You have no idea how proud i am of the new "Racers... start your engines and may the best drag queen... win."

We love to see it!

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The 13th season of the iconic show landed on 1st January and fans have been going wild for the new series ever since.

This year's queens are as fierce as ever and include contestants Denali, Elliott with two Ts, Gottmilk, Joey Jay, Kahmora Hall, The Kandy Muse, Lala Ri, Olivia Lux, Rosé, Symone, Tamisha Iman, Tina Burner and Utica Queen.

Meanwhile, the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race UK will kick off in a matter of days, on 14th January.

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Bring it on!

Topics: TV News, RuPaul's Drag Race

Lucy Devine
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