Drag Race fans are convinced that Kylie Minogue will appear on the show and we should be so lucky

Josh Milton
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In today’s much-needed and truly welcomed distraction from the unrelenting chaos of the coronavirus and climate catastrophe, among many more ongoing or impending disasters, Kylie Minogue is appearing on RuPaul’s Drag Race.

At least, fans are convinced.

Minogue, who invented humanity’s ability to listen to music, is currently isolating at a hotel in Australia – coincidentally, the Aussie spin-off Drag Race Down Under is presently filming.

Fans, never one to miss a thing, urged RuPaul to say something, for they truly believe not only in magic, but that Minogue will appear on Drag Race. It would be, they said, their last chance at happiness.

After all, the 52-year-old being the show’s Werk Room floor darling would certainly be an unstoppable way to beat those Monday blues.

Wait, why do people think Kylie Minogue is going to be on Drag Race?

Rumours were first sparked after RuPaul tweeted Saturday night (30 January) that he has “listened to Kylie Minogue’s Disco album every day this month”, dubbing it rightly so as a “masterpiece”.

The Disco diva herself quote tweeted him, simply writing: “YES Ruuuuuuuu!!!”

Twitter sleuths later spotted that the Australian version of Drag Race, which will be filmed in Auckland, New Zealand, started production this month.

The country’s immigration agency approved the show’s staff to hop over New Zealand’s fortified borders, with it being reported earlier this month that RuPaul was quarantining.

And earlier this week, Minogue quietly jetted back to her homeland – arriving in Melbourne, Victoria, where clubgoers are currently partying to Lady Gaga’s Chromatica – according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

The two, alongside Ru’s sudden interest in Minogue’s Discography, reunited fans with the concept of “hope”. Which, if you’ve forgotten, is optimistically expecting a positive thing to happen.

Many are absolutely assured that Minogue will appear on the show in some form, whether as a judge or to swing by the Werk Room. We can only pray.