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Say 'ello to Her Majesty: the RuPaul's Drag Race U.K. season two winner is Lawrence Chaney!
The 23-year-old Scottish superstar took home the crown on last night's season finale, beating out finalists Bimini Bon Boulash, Tayce and Ellie Diamond and taking home top title (and a trip to Hollywood to film her own digital series).
Chaney is not only the first competitor from Scotland to win any Drag Race season, she's also the series' first and only curve queen to ever win in the 12 years the Emmy-winning reality show has been on the air. During season two, Chaney won over RuPaul's judging panel and audiences alike with his undeniable charm, smart sense of humor and bigger-than-life personality.
Rea on for E! News' exclusive chat with newly crowned Drag Race U.K. winner Lawrence Chaney.
E! NEWS: Congratulations! How Does it feel?
LC: I'm still very mind-blown and shooketh. It's weird because you're feeling all the emotions at once it's trying to make it not vomit. It's that kind of overstimulated, fabulous, glitter, you've got a crown now vibes.
E!: How did you celebrate last night?
LC: Luckily enough here we had a private screening of the episode in Manchester, so we were really lucky because, we're socially distanced of course, but we got to spend the finale and watch the finale with the top four, which was great. Having that energy back in the room, all of us girls together, it was really, really nice. And even when the win was announced, RU said, "Lawrence Chaney!" And I was just like [clapping], didn't process it. "Lawrence Chaney." "What?! What?!" I just could not believe it. And then all of a sudden Bimini was like, "Oh I love you. If I was going to lose to anyone, I'm glad it was you. I love you." Everyone was so supportive. And then Tayce was like, "What you trying to say, Bimini? Are you trying to say you'd be mad if you lost to me?" It was so, so fun to feel that energy of the girls again. So they were lucky enough to be able to get drunk last night and celebrate properly, but I wasn't able to as I needed to get up in drag real early in the morning for all these interviews. And here I am!
World Of Wonder
E!: How does it feel to be a celebrity?
LC: You know, it's just very hard. Madonna's on the phone, she's wanting advice singing. I said, "Madonna, the lyrics are ‘Bing, bang, bong.' Repeat after me Madonna." And she's like, ‘Sing, sang, song." No, Madonna, it's "Bing, bang, bong" first! It's really weird. Getting recognized in public is that stuff you never think about and I'm just so glad that I get to do what I get to do on an international platform.
E!: Have any celebrities or past Drag Race alumni reached out to you to say they are fans?
LC: So many queens. I had Bob the Drag Queen say, "Congratulations, you slag." So take from that what you will. Aquaria's been really sweet, Priyanka's been really sweet. I was really surprised by the warmth from all the other queens, America, Canada. All these places are very far away from Glasgow, Scotland and I was really surprised by how supportive they are of each other. Because you think, "Oh, it's a competition. Everyone will be like at each other's throats and ready to go." But's it's such an upholding, uplifting bubble of positivity. And to be in that kind of a winners' circle is a dream come true.
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