Rumor currently has it that drag superstar RuPaul and guest judge Michelle Visage might be taking their criticism skills to another country.
On Thursday, Drag Official mentioned the details that came from talk show host Jonathan Ross. Apparently, he wants a United Kingdom version of the competition, which is something that Visage seems to be fairly enthusiastic about.
"I think it has to be you, me and a Brit obviously," the guest judge said. "And then take it from there. [The British public] are going to want the real deal. They want you there. they want me there."
While Visage expressed some optimism, RuPaul's response was a little back and forth.
"I think it makes sense if they got an English host with English humor and English drag slang and all that stuff to be the host...I would love to do it, but if I were Jonathan Ross I would probably hire someone else."
There was another report that the drag race might change things up, possibly including women dressed as men. Bianca Del Rio, who just won for Season 6, said that she would love to see that happen.
"God I'd say anytime!" Del Rio told The Advocate. "They didn't plan to have old girls, and they had a bunch of us this year. So I think anything is possible. With Ru and them, they're always changing things up, which I think is great."
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 7 is expected to premiere in February 2015 on Logo TV.