RuPaul's Drag Race season 14 queen snuck porn onto the set

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Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

RuPaul's Drag Race is well known for keeping its queens isolated when the cameras aren't rolling, with no access to their phones or the outside world.

But despite the strict rules, one contestant still managed to get some more adult material onto the set.

British-born queen Lady Camden admitted to smuggling porn in with her when all of the castmates nominated her for bringing the most unorthodox items.

Photo credit: World of Wonder/VH1
Photo credit: World of Wonder/VH1

Discussing shopping for the films while out in San Fransisco before filming started, she said: "I was browsing for DVD porn, which apparently is actually quite an awkward experience because the guys at the front desk was watching you the whole time,"

"I need to read the blurb a little bit – see like what the stories are," she continued.

"It's been like a long time, and then I went up to the cash register and they were like, 'Oh you took your time didn't you?'"

Daya Betty added the secret stash of films was "rotated" around the queens, with Angeria Paris VanMichaels dubbing the cast as "the Sisterhood of the Traveling Porn".

The show is adding a new twist for the 14th season with something to do with chocolate bars being heavily teased.

Photo credit: World of Wonder/VH1
Photo credit: World of Wonder/VH1

Maddy Morphosis told Entertainment Weekly "It's one of the biggest twists in Drag Race history, but it's not even the biggest twist of the season".

If the 14th season isn't enough for you, there's another brand new spin-off of the popular show coming very soon in RuPaul's Drag Race: UK Versus The World.

Filmed in the UK, the series will see nine queens from different versions of the show battle it out to be crowned the first Global Drag Race Superstar.

RuPaul's Drag Race US airs on VH1 in the US, and season 14 episodes will premiere on WOW Presents Plus in the UK at 4am every Saturday starting from January 8.

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