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Cherry Valentine Aka George Ward, “Drag Race UK” Star Dies At 28, Cause Of Death


In recent news, drag actor George Ward has died at the age of 28. He is better known by his stage name Cherry Valentine. He appeared in the second series of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK and went on to appear in front of the BBC documentary Gypsy Queen And Proud. George reportedly took his last breath on Sunday, much to the grief of his loved ones and well-wishers. Messages of tributes and condolences have flooded the Internet since the news of his death was announced. Come and see what happened to him.

Cherry Valentine aka George Ward is dead

George’s family described his death as a profound shock and wrote that it is with the most heartache and deepest sadness to inform you of the tragic passing of Cherry Valentine. This will be a deep shock for most people, and we know it won’t be easy to announce, the family further wrote. He also added that his family is still dealing with his death and their lives will never be the same.

At the end of the statement, the family said they understood how much he was loved and how many lives he had inspired and touched. Aside from announcing George Ward’s death, the family has not released any additional information on the matter. Therefore, what is the cause of his death and how he died is still unknown. Without a doubt, Cherry Valentine is a fan favorite of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2.

Cherry Valentine’s cause of death revealed?

Speaking of George, before embarking on his drag career, Ward grew up in Farrington, County Durham, was part of the traveller community and qualified as a Mental Health Nurse in 2015. It was in December 2020 that Cherry was one of twelve entrants in the second round of the British version of RuPaul’s Drag Race. After appearing on the show, George showcased his traveller heritage in front of a BBC documentary called “Gypsy Queen and Pride”.

Ahead of Drag Race’s UK premiere in January 2021, Ward revealed in an interview that he is not only a drag queen, but a fully qualified mental health nurse. He added that, in his opinion, everyone could get some therapy, and being a nurse now helps him learn more about himself and others. Our team at Social Telecast also extends our heartfelt tributes to George Ward and our deepest condolences to his family.

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