ELLA LAMOUREUX, 36
This Two-Spirit goddess is a self-taught trailblazing diva who has spent the last decade build-ing a flourishing drag scene in her hometown of Kelowna. This burlesque beauty has proved her motherly devotion nurturing up-and-coming drag artists, but will having a drag mother of her own help her see a new way of doing things?
CALYPSO COSMIC, 21
Born from the chaos of dramatic theatre and intensive training, Calypso lives and breathes drag. When not performing, this hardworking starlet can be found backstage creating fabulous looks for other artists, both as a wig master and costume designer.
FELICIA BONEE, 29
A fierce queen with a heart of gold, Felicia Bonée is an outspoken activist and regular on the Alberta drag circuit. She claims her biggest strength to be her impeccable lip-sync ability. #BlackTransLivesMatter
This Drag King is a history-nerd-fashionista with a sharp eye for detail. He loves sewing historical menswear but don’t be fooled by the ribbons and bows, his real mission is to dismantle the patriarchy. Herc’s talents don’t just stop at drag, he’s also an award-winning graphic novelist.
KIKI COE, 33
A chef by day and a designer by night, this
Filipino queen knows how to put things together. Known for building her own elaborate costumes from scratch, Kiki says the key to making her looks is to find the perfect balance. Can Kiki’s fierce looks hold up in the competition?
NARCISSA WOLFE, 23
Trois Riviéres, QC.
This fairy tale dark princess describes herself as a ‘mistress of the dark.’ Having proven herself as the reigning queen of Trois Rivières, she is now in search of a greater challenge. An acting student by day, Narcissa is ready to bring it to any acting challenge.
Richmond Hill, ON.
A pretty pop princess, with a sexy Old Hollywood edge. Rosie loves to shimmy and shake, but with only 6 months of experience as a twirling bed-room queen they are still very new to the world of drag. Rosie isn’t precisely a ‘drama queen’ but she is a self-admitted agent of chaos who might just spark some fire between the queens.
Named after their childhood teddy bear, this self-anointed ‘shrill icon’ is a jack of all trades: a drag performer, a comedian, and a classically trained opera singer. This colourful non-binary artist intersects all their talents into an act that shows there is no one way to approach art or gender.
SANJINA DABISH QUEEN, 28
Sanjina is a shining alter ego born out of confidence, courage, and freedom. After struggling to initially find acceptance in her community, this Fijian beauty chose not to retreat, and instead greets every new drag opportunity with love and openness.
VALERIE HUNT, 24
Valerie Hunt brings campy comedy to era inspired fashion looks. Her name is a homage to her late mom Valerie, a wonderfully wild woman who was never afraid to march to the beat of her own drum. own drum. Valerie describes her look as “campy, kooky, over the top, super saturated, larger than life cartoon diva.”