Drag Race UK: Michelle Visage and Cheryl clash over contestant Baga Chipz

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In this week’s main challenge, the five remaining queens were tasked with coming up with an advertising campaign for their own brand of water. As the queens got stuck in, one contestant’s attempts led to Michelle Visage and guest judge Cheryl, to clash. 

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Baga Chipz caused a stir with her advert, which was a fish and chip water, and the judges were shown a clip that she created to go alongside her campaign. 

Her bizarre video featured her with two of Ru’s Brit Crew on a park bench, as she draped herself across the two men, with a battered sausage in her mouth. 

Michelle asked for clarification, as she didn’t know what a “chippy” was, with Baga responding: “You know this don’t you Cheryl, it’s up north you’re having a chippy tea.”

As the judges delivered their feedback on the look, Graham Norton was first up, as he seemed to rate Baga Chipz’ look. 

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Drag Race UK: Michelle Visage and Cheryl clash over contestantDrag Race UK: Michelle Visage and Cheryl clash over contestant Baga Chipz (Image: BBC)

michelle visage delivered feedbackDrag Race UK: Michelle Visage delivered a critique of Baga's campaign as she was not impressed with the concept (Image: BBC)

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