Michelle Visage has tipped 'RuPaul's Drag Race UK' will continue until 2032.
The 52-year-old judge believes the UK version of the drag competition will last as long as the original US version and will go on to air another 13 seasons.
She told the Daily Star newspaper's Hot TV column: "I can 100 per cent see the UK show lasting as long as the US version. I can absolutely see us going into season 13 in the UK. It took five years to get the UK show made, so I am not letting it go away quickly. Fans shouldn't worry."
The first series aired last year and saw 10 drag queens go head-to-head in a number of challenges and lip-sync battles to be crowned the UK's Frist Drag Superstar.
Baga Chipz, Divina de Campo and The Vivienne made the final, with The Vivienne winning the series and heading to Los Angeles to star in her own digital TV series titled 'The Vivienne Takes on Hollywood'.
The six-part series followed the drag star on her trip to Hollywood to produce her own music video and was joined by a host of famous faces.
Michelle believes British drag queens bring something different to the table than those in America and is "honoured" to help highlight their talent on the show.
She added: "The show approaches drag differently and that's the beauty of it. I don't think people give the drag community enough credit in the UK. I think they look at them as secondary to America. And I don't think that's fair. There is so much talent in UK drag. We haven't even scratched the surface.
"I am honoured to be part of a show that showcases these incredible, talent human beings. I think people are really going to freak out about the second series. They're going to be very happy."