The 40 year old, who is reportedly pinning her baby hopes on James Argent, was the long-awaited guest judge for the fan-favourite Snatch Game episode on the programme on Thursday evening.
Snatch Game is a fake show where drag queens impersonate celebrities and answer fill-in-the-blank questions while trying to be as entertaining and funny as possible.
The GC had fans chuckling with her explanations for British slang words, telling RuPaul what “toss off” and “be****d” mean.
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She also made a joke after show host RuPaul asked her when the last time she had spotted dick was, to which she responded that she had some “last night” with “lots of custard”.
While Gemma did have a few hilarious moments, many viewers were left underwhelmed by her time alongside legends RuPaul, 60, and 52 year old Michelle Visage.
Fans took to Twitter to voice their opinions about it all as one person said: “Gemma Collins looked so bored and scripted felt like she didn’t want to be there.”
Another wrote: “Gemma Collins was an extremely poor choice for a Snatch Game guest. She looks like she’s being held hostage. Her being there and RuPaul not knowing any reference whatsoever is a complete humour vacuum #DragRaceUK”.
A third commented: “Was Gemma Collins sedated? Never seen her so… lifeless. Even seemed like she was being fed the lines.”
But not everyone was unimpressed, as some praised her for her appearance on Drag Race UK. One person said: “Gemma Collins on RuPaul has to be the funniest thing ever #rupaulsdragrace”. [sic]
While a second chimed: “I praise Snatch Game as a highly educational moment for non-Brit watchers since RuPaul asked Michelle Visage and Gemma Collins to clarify what a ‘spotted dick’, ‘chippy’, ‘toss off’ and ‘be****d’ meant. The last one is VERY important, kids. #DragRaceUK”.
It comes as Joe Black recently admitted he would wear his infamous H&M dress again “in a heartbeat” after being eliminated for a second time in an exclusive interview with OK! Online.
The 31 year old returned to the hit BBC Three show in a shocking twist, replacing Veronica Green in the competition after she was forced to pull out after contracting coronavirus.
However, Joe’s return to the ‘werk room’ was short lived, and he ended up being eliminated once again after just one week.
His second elimination was partly due to him wearing a H&M dress during the week’s challenge, which saw the queens form two girl groups and compete in the very first Ru-Ru-Vision Song Contest.
During the critiques, RuPaul left the competitors and viewers in shock as she launched into a rant about queens wearing high street retailers in the competition. She said: “That outfit off the rack was a huge disappointment to me.
“That’s what every day people do and you should know that because you are a star… and if it is from H&M, you’d better glitter the f**k out of it and make it something special. We’re looking for Great Britain’s next superstar, don’t waste my time. I don’t want to see any f**king H&M!”
Speaking about the explosive moment to OK! online and other publications, Joe exclusively explained: “I would wear that again in a heartbeat.
“Any dress or any outfit that makes someone that angry, how could I not do that again? I, honestly, that reaction, I had no idea that a high street retailer could make anyone that angry, and I would do it again in a heartbeat.”