Chris Hughes, Simon Gregson and Mr. Motivator are aiming to smash toxic masculinity in the new show Queens for the Nights

When Simon Gregson competes in ITV’s Queens For The Night, he says he will be a drag queen who is “bigger than life.”

The soap star is one of the famous people getting “the ultimate drag makeover”. Moreover, this is for a one-time TV special that will air on November 5.

Some details about Queens For The Night

Lorraine Kelly, who hosts a talk show, will be the host. Melanie C, Rob Beckett, Courtney Act, and Layton Williams will be the judges.

The show will end with a cabaret-style performance that the studio audience will vote on. The contestants will show off their new skills, such as singing, dancing, lip-syncing, impressions, and comedy.

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What will Mr. Motivator contribute to Queens for the Night?

ITV’s Queens For The Night showed Mr. Motivator as Proteina Turner.

Gregson, who will play Bidet Bardot, said, “I think I’ll be a loud drag queen bigger than life. I think that works pretty well for me.

Each famous person will be paired with a drag mentor, like Blu Hydrangea, Kitty Scott-Claus, or Asttina Mandella. Moreover, this will help them prepare for the competition as their drag selves.

Mr. Motivator is a TV fitness instructor. He is also known by the drag name Proteina Turner. Moreover, he said that the experience has made him “richer.”

He also said, “You know, I’m having the best time of my life.” When you leave your comfort zone and do something you’ve never done, it’s great to have the support of Astina.

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What did Chris Hughes say about this?

Chris Hughes from Love Island said he was competing to help break down stereotypes about men.

“It’s great, especially at my great age of almost 70.” Adam Woodyatt said he wanted to be on the show to “push” himself.

He said, “I want to try different roles, and I think becoming a drag queen will be a good way to do that.”  “I want to be a drag queen because toxic masculinity is so stigmatized in this world,” he said.

What about the host of the show?

Lorraine Kelly will be the show’s host. “I’m very emotional and always cry on camera when I talk about sad things. “I’m a man, and men should be able to cry. It’s great to get rid of that stigma, and everyone should be able to be who they are.

George Shelley of Union J and Joe Marler, who plays rugby for England, will also compete. Shelley said, “The drag community is gorgeous.” It’s bright and has everything I want in life. I’m a part of that for the first time.

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