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The organisers aim to throw the most inclusive and liberating party imaginable.
A version with competing British queens will be hosted by BBC Three next year.
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The blockbuster convention drew record-breaking attendees and will expand to New York later this year.
The network is removing queer people and dialogue from the show to bring awareness to places where LGBTQ people are censored around the world.