'I am not RuPaul. I'm not trying to be RuPaul. I could never be RuPaul.'
The series will see Brooke Lynn, along with fellow judges Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie, preside over 12 of the Great White North's finest queens as they compete for a cash prize of $100,000 and the title of Canada's Next Drag Superstar. For non-Canadians, don't worry about being confused by any new slang.
“I think it's just more pronunciation. 'A-boot,' 'sorr-ee,' 'aye,'” Brooke Lynn told ET's Brice Sander. Ahead of the show's premiere, she revealed how her judging style is different from RuPaul and discussed sending queens home and debuting during these uncertain times: “This is my life now,” she joked. “Drag from the waist up in my living room.”