RuPaul's Drag Race UK filming was reportedly left in chaos when one of the contestants swore at the host - and judges - before 'storming off'.
It is thought that the hopeful reacted badly to being told they were at risk of going home and refused to take part in the lip sync battle, reports the Daily Star.
Although the dramatic scenes were caught on camera, producers of the BBC show are said to still be deciding whether to include the moment in series two.
Biggest drama yet: RuPaul's Drag Race UK filming was reportedly left in chaos after one of the contestants swore at the host - and judges - before 'storming off' (pictured RuPaul)Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
An insider told the publication: 'During filming for one episode, RuPaul announced which of the contestants were at risk of going home.
'One of them did not take it well at all. They completely lost it. They swore at RuPaul and said they weren't going to do the lip sync.
'Then they stormed off. No-one could believe what they were seeing. It was incredibly disrespectful.'
They added that the contestant, whose identity is not know, was also heard telling the experts to 'f*** off' and held onto the grudge by refusing to take part in a reunion when filming was over.
However a BBC source denied the claims and told MailOnline that there wasn't any dramatic incident on set.
Dramatic scenes: It is thought that the hopeful reacted badly to being told they were at risk of being sent home and refused to take part in the lip sync battle (RuPaul is pictured with judges Graham Norton, Elizabeth Hurley and Michelle Visage)
It come after RuPaul's Drag Race UK teased Elizabeth Hurley's debut as a guest judge on series 2.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, the show shared a sneak peek video of the upcoming season which starts next week and showcases the country's most sensational drag queens in a bid to be crowned the UK's next Drag Race Superstar.
In one part of the clip, it showed Elizabeth's, 55, debut as she wowed in a red sparkly dress with a cut-out detail on the neckline.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Bringing it to the runway, the actress knew how to work her best angles as she cheekily smouldered to the camera.
Start your engines! It comes after RuPaul's Drag Race UK teased Elizabeth Hurley's debut as a guest judge on series 2
Elizabeth styled her brunette locks into a voluminous blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of glamorous make-up.
The teaser also showed regular judges Michelle Visage, Graham Norton and Alan Carr bring it to the runway.
Liz, who was announced as a guest judge last month, recently said of her new role: 'My whole family is obsessed with the show and would have disowned me if I hadn’t said yes to being a judge. I am in awe of Ru Paul and couldn’t take my eyes off him.'
While speaking of her time as a judge, she added: 'I like the ladies to look magnificent and make me laugh, so anyone who achieved that got my vote.'
Red hot: Taking to Twitter on Thursday, the BBC show shared a sneak peek of the upcoming season which starts next week and showcases the country's most sensational drag queens
Bring it to the runway! The teaser also showed regular judge Michelle Visage work it in a leopard print number
Also joining Elizabeth in the star-studded guest judge line-up are Dawn French, Maya Jama, Jessie Ware, Sheridan Smith, Lorraine Kelly, MNEK and Jourdan Dunn.
While EastEnders icon Natalie Cassidy will be making a cameo alongside DJ Jodie Harsh, RuPaul's Drag Race star Raven and choreographer Jay Revell.
The celebrities will join RuPaul, Michelle, Graham, and Alan on the judging panel as the queens serve their finest looks.
Actress and Drag Race superfan Sheridan, 39, will join the panel for the music and dance week, while Lorraine, 61, returns to the panel for a fun TV segment challenge.
The line-up for the second series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK was unveiled last month.
In a tweet, the BBC confirmed the popular show, which sees judges RuPaul, Michelle, Graham and Alan crown one contestant a UK Drag Race Superstar, will start from January 14 at 7PM, available to watch on iPlayer.
Oh... judges! Graham Norton and Alan Carr (L-R) also made stylish entrances on the runway in the teaser clip
Amen! They captioned the video with: 'There's only one week until #DragRaceUK series two blesses our lives. Can I get an amen?'
Line-up: (L-R) Taking part this year are queens Tayce, A’Whora, Ellie Diamond, Asttina Mandella, Joe Black, Cherry Valentine, Tia Kofi, Ginny Lemon, Veronica Green, Sister Sister, Bimini Bon Boulash and Lawrence Chaney
In the running for the coveted title are Tayce, Joe Black, A'Whora, Tia Kofi, Ellie Diamond, Sister Sister, Veronica Green, Bimini Bon Boulash, Ginny Lemon, Asttina Mandella, Cherry Valentine, and Lawrence Cheney.
This upcoming edition will see the queens compete in weekly challenges, where their lip syncing, fashion sense, sewing, humour, singing, make-up, acting and dancing will be put to the test for ten weeks.
Following the franchise's mantra, the group will be assessed on their Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent, before the bottom two queens will be