In the program seven well-known Dutch men, including Tygo Gernandt, Peter R. de Vries, Wolter Kroes and Domien Verschuuren, were transformed into drag queens. The professional jury, consisting of Fred van Leer, Nikkie de Jager, Edsilia Rombley and Ruben Nicolai, sent a famous man home every round, led by Envy Peru. Before that, the panel had to guess who was under the professional drag makeup. Barry Atsma fooled the jury for the longest time with his red make-up and wig and won the program.
The reactions on social media were positive. Many viewers regretted that the program was only broadcast once. “Make Up Your Mind is top entertainment with a very important message: everyone can be who they want to be,” says RTL boss Peter van de Vorst. “I am proud that we can already announce that there will be a sequel to Make Up Your Mind in 2022 and that it will certainly not be just one episode.”
The special Videoland program Make Up Your Mind: The road to the Catwalk shows how the candidates have undergone the process.
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Make Up Your Mind continues | TV
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