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Glow Up season 3: Release Date Updates, Facts, Host, Judges, And Contestants!

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It’s Glow Up season 3 release date! With the new Glow Up season 3 host, judges, and contestants all set to return for a second chance at being crowned Glow Up Queen, we have everything you need to prepare for the Glowtastic premiere of this groundbreaking reality series.

About the Show “Glow Up”

Glow Up is a groundbreaking reality competition series that brings together the best and brightest Drag Queens in America for an all-new Glow Up. Each Glow Queen will compete to shine brighter than any other with hopes of being crowned Glow Up Queen, but only one can win it all! With new hosts, judges, and contestants set to return from the previous Glow-up seasons, this season promises more drama than ever before!

Glow Up Season 3 Release Date Speculations

While Glow Up Season three is still in production, the release date for Glow Up has yet to be announced. Fans are speculating a late 2021 return with rumors that it could come either late June or early September due to filming schedules and airing slots. Stay tuned as we learn more about this exciting season!

The Host: Todrick Hall

Todrick Hall was just as shocked about his casting announcement as everyone else when he posted on Instagram “I am now hosting GLOW UP SEASON THREE.What?!? I’m so excited!” In addition to serving as host, Todrick’s judging alongside some of the Glow Up contestants to see who will take the crown and win big

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The Judges: Gabourey Sidibe, Tamar Braxton, Vivica Fox

Gabourey Sidibe is a shining example of what can happen when you follow your dreams. Her role in Empire alongside her Emmy-winning film Precious has helped cement her as one of today’s most respected actresses. When she isn’t on set, Gabby spends time mentoring young people through Todrick Hall’s Brave New Voices initiative

Tamar Braxton has sung with some of music’s biggest stars; from Whitney Houston to Christina Aguilera to Celine Dion. And starred on television shows that made history like The Real Housewives of Atlanta, a reality show that helped to redefine what it means to be Black and fabulous. Tamara Fox has been acting since the age of four; from TV roles on shows like Living Single and Moesha all the way up to her iconic role opposite Wesley Snipes in Blade II

Vivica A. Fox is an actress who embraced Hollywood at its most glamorous time; Golden Era 90s films like Independence Day, Set It Off, Soul Food, Kill Bill: Volume I & II as well as television projects including The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with Will Smith. More recently she starred alongside Malin Akerman in Cougar Town for ABC Family.

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How the Show Works?

The Glow Up season three judges will select finalists based on their talents and ingenuity in the Glow Up category. Contestants will be judged on their talent, creativity, and personality; by a panel of celebrity judges; as they charm viewers; with DIYs that are nothing less than stunning!

As Glow Up continues with its third installment, it aims to highlight and celebrate women; in all aspects of life from businesswomen; who have built successful careers; to themselves or even aspiring make-up artists trying to break into the industry.

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The show’s title is derived from Black Hollywood’s “Glow up” era; an era where black actors emerged as leading men and women; onscreen during the 1990s just as African Americans; were claiming more space off-screen in society. This included breakout stars like Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, and Will Smith. Glow Up shines the spotlight on black actors of today who are breaking new ground on-screen just when their counterparts in society have been given more space than ever before to shine.

Key Controversies of Glow-Up

There were many controversies during Glow Up 2018 including contestant tampering, violence within the show’s fan base, and accusations of racism on behalf of Drag Race producer World Of Wonder. The most controversial moment occurred when an inexperienced queen was eliminated from the competition after receiving low scores from judges despite having high marks from fans online. This sparked outrage among viewers who felt like her elimination was unfair; in response, World of Wonder decided to change the elimination process for Glow Up 2019.

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