Drag Queen Vinegar Strokes has spoken candidly about her dating life and confessed it's "very naked and very sweaty".
The reality star, who became known to the wider public for her appearance in the first UK edition of BBC's RuPaul's Drag Race, has been inundated with new love interests since leaving the show.
And Vinegar – who's real name is Daniel Jacob – has certainly been loving all the favourable attention.
Talking exclusively to Daily Star about his romances, Vinegar said: "Well, at the moment you know when I came off Drag Race and I said 'I didn't become a little bit of a sl*g, I became a total sl*g', I'm definitely living that at the moment."
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She explained: "Because I'm currently in a different country, I can't really go on dates and stuff because I'm working and I'm in a different country.
"But I can have a bit of naughty fun. I'm a bit more like living up to the catchphrase.
"So yeah, if we're being completely honest, not so much dates but if there's dates then maybe it's for a couple of hours and then it's bye," she laughed.
She added: "That's my dating life, it's very naked and very sweaty and then bye!
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"I do hope to get married one day."
But as well as the highlights that she's received from being a popular drag queen, Vinegar also described some of the negative attention and the struggles she's faced since appearing on Drag Race in 2019.
She said: "For someone who went on to Drag Race and came out third, it's quite early on, so you do kind of forget.
"I mean look at Bake Off, I can't remember who went second on Bake Off. So I think for me I think I've been so lucky that I've been able to do a lot more theatre and I'm now in Denmark working in Opera at the moment but I've been very lucky."
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She continued: "I think the lowlight is the kind of typical thing that happens when you go onto a TV show like Drag Race, everyone's got an opinion and everyone still thinks you're the same queen and they don't see the kind of progression in what you're doing.
"Two years later, they've always got an opinion and the trolls are going to tell you to p*** off and that you're ugly and this and that.
"So that's really the lower end of the experience."
Vinegar will be appearing on ITV's Karaoke Club: Drag Edition on Sunday and is excited for viewers to see the drama as well as the glitz and glam that will unfold on the show.
Speaking openly about what viewers are likely to expect from the programme, the beauty said: "With this one you are getting a mix of people in the pub drinking and doing karaoke but with this one you get the kind of drag night kind of vibe, so you got a good mix of the two.
"I think it's a bit more camp, a bit more fun and a bit more lively. Razzmatazz."
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