ByMatthew Chapman, writer at Creators.co
Male. Australian. Nerd. Twitter: shuey1984
Matthew Chapman

The Lego world is about to get some Extravaganza Eleganza!

Lego Ideas is a website where us fans can submit our ideas on which Lego sets should be produced next. Next, we have to gather as much support as you can, and our favorite projects reaches 10,000 supporters, the idea will be sent for review by the Lego powers that be — with a shot at becoming a real-life, official set!

Inspired by RuPaul’s Drag Race, user SeeMarkGeek has created 'RuPaul’s Brick Race,' featuring our favorite drag queen, RuPaul Charles, and even some of her previous and more famous contestants.

I know right! [Credit: LogoTV]
I know right! [Credit: LogoTV]

Included in the set is:

  • The Workroom — consists of a television for Ru's announcements, a prep area and mirror, wigs, a tailoring form, sewing equipment and makeup.
The Workroom [Credit: Lego Ideas]
The Workroom [Credit: Lego Ideas]
  • The Clutch Game Stage — based on the entertaining 'Snatch Game,' this comes with stage lighting, name cards and a podium for . May the best woman win!
Clutch Game [Credit: Lego Ideas]
Clutch Game [Credit: Lego Ideas]
  • 8 Minifigs — this includes not one, not two, but three variations of RuPaul (the iconic racing jumpsuit with checkered flag, Clutch Game host and a Leopard-print runway gown). Contestants include Bianca Del Rio as Judge Judy, Katya Zamolodchikova as Björk, Milk as Julia Child, Jinkx Monsoon as Little Edie and Alyssa Edwards as Katy Perry.
RuPaul and Contestants [Credit: Lego Ideas]
RuPaul and Contestants [Credit: Lego Ideas]

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What exactly made SeeMarkGeek want to create this set?

I stuck at creating RuPaul’s Brick Race because it was fun! At its core, the subject material this set is based on is whimsical, colourful and full of life and I think these are qualities that marry well with the medium of LEGO.

SeeMarkGeek's designs capture the color, campiness and fierceness of our favorite queens, and we can't help but dream of future sets too. We could get a judging stage and runway, alternative costumes for our minifigs, and let's not forget — Michelle Visage!

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines and May the Best Lego Set Win! At the time of writing, the Lego Ideas project has 3,844 supporters out of a required 10,000, with 595 days left — that leaves 6,156 to go! You will have to join up to support this project, but it is free to do so. So, what you waiting for? Sashay away and go vote!

Go vote! [Credit: Twitter]
Go vote! [Credit: Twitter]

For more pictures and information, check out the website, Twitter or Instagram. Good Luck...and Don't F**k It Up!

What do you think of this Lego set? Are you going to support it? What would you like to see made in Lego? Comment below.

Go Vote! [Credit: LogoTV]
Go Vote! [Credit: LogoTV]

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