Canadian drag queen and ballet dancer Brooke Lynn Hytes delivered a piece of great news the other day, through his verified Instagram account.
On March 24, Hytes, who received international recognition after appearing on the 11th season of fan-favorite TV show ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race,’ told the world that he would go on serving as the main judge on the spin-off series ‘Canada’s Drag Race.’
The 35-year-old TV personality posted a photo of himself that sees him in a Marie Antoinette look, and added the accompanying caption:
“I’m thrilled & grateful to be able to FINALLY announce that I will be returning for season 2 of @canadasdragrace !!!”
In his message, the Queen of the North also shared the details regarding the show in which Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie would also appear alongside Hytes.
The post received highly positive comments from his industry friends; especially drag queens left these messages to celebrate the news:
“YAY !!! CONGRATS !!!! So excited to see the video!” wrote, Ilona Verley.
“Yay!!!!! All hail the Queen 👏🏽💗👑” added, Arisce Wanzer.
As known, the holder of the “Miss Continental” title, began his career as a permanent judge on ‘Canada’s Drag Race’ based on the American series ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ in 2020. Hytes, who received the People’s Choice Award for Most Hypeworthy Canadian in 2019, became the first ‘Drag Race’ contestant to become a judge.