Canada’s Drag Race – Season 3: Meet the queens
There’s no rest for Drag Race fans, with Season 3 of Canada’s Drag Race already revving the engines on the starting grid.
Scheduled to begin on 14 July, we’ve not got the cast announcement.
Let’s meet the queens!
Bombae is a “fashion club kid who’s got legs for days, and fans can find her on runways, in photoshoots, or in an art gallery”.
Chelazon Leroux is an Indigenous queen who grew up in Saskatchewan Dene First Nations.
Gisèle Lullaby hails from Montréal and is also a resident performer at Cabaret Mado.
Halal Bae, who is of Egyptian/Palestinian descent, made the move to Toronto at 18 years old to pursue an openly queer life.
Irma Gerd, a trained artist, won the BMO 1st Art Award, representing Newfoundland and Labrador.
Jada Shada Hudson
Jada Shada Hudson moved from Barbados to Canada in 2009.
Kaos likes to “mess with gender and mess with people’s heads, using the art of drag”.
Kimmy Couture is a trans, Southeast Asian queen, whose drag is “bold, beautiful and fierce”.
Lady Boom Boom
Lady Boom Boom is from Quebec City and is here to steal the crown with “grace and with kindness”.
Miss Fiercalicious is a “sexy, sensual and sultry” queen from Toronto.
Miss Moço is “Toronto’s Portuguese-Canadian international wig snatching diva, serving legs and face for days”.
Vivian Vanderpuss has a “glampy art and vivacious personality” and experiments with non-binary characters.