Drag Race UK's Joe Black to raffle off infamous H&M dress for HIV charity

Here's your chance to own a piece of TV HERstory.


It's a moment that has gone down in Drag Race infamy, and now you have the chance to be the owner of that H&M dress.

Yes, Drag Race series two star, two-time eliminee and championer of high street retail Joe Black is raffling off the pink sparkly H&M dress that triggered RuPaul's judging panel meltdown and the already iconic line: "I don't want to see any f**ing H&M!"

Brighton-based Joe took to Twitter on Friday (26 March) to reveal that he is selling raffle tickets to help raise money for Sussex Beacon, a charity helping people living with HIV in the Sussex area,

With tickets being sold at just £2.50 each, the winner will walk away as the proud owner of the H&M dress, a piece of TV history, and possibly a target on their back from Ru.

"Do you love raffles? Do you love helping charity? Do you love fashion that can evoke emotion in television hosts?" wrote Joe on Twitter.

"I am raffling off my infamous *whispers* H&M - dress for Sussex Beacon. Helping people living with HIV in the Sussex area."

You can enter the raffle to win Joe Black's Drag Race series two H&M dress here.

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK series two is available to watch in full on BBC Three via BBC iPlayer.