Drag Race 15: The Queens

today15th December 2022


World of Wonder has revealed the 16 fierce and sickening drag performers competing in the 15th series of the most decorated competition series in Emmy history, RuPauls Drag Race. The new series will be available exclusively from 2am GMT on 7th January 2023 on its UK home, WOW Presents Plus, the streamer of all things drag.

The brand-new season sees subscribers of WOW Presents Plus treated exclusively to new episodes of RuPauls Drag Race weekly every Saturday, available from 2am GMT and airing simulcast here in the UK.

RuPaul returns to judge the queen’s charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent, testing competitors through a series of singing, dancing, acting, impersonation, design, and improvisation challenges. Competitors are eliminated until one queen is left standing with the crown, scepter and title of Americas next Drag Superstar!

Season 15 of RuPauls Drag Race will premiere exclusively on World of Wonders own streaming platform, WOW Presents Plus with a two-part premiere and the first episode of the new series is available to non-subscribers for free with an additional 20% discount on their first months subscription by using the code UNMISSABLE (new subscribers only, expires 1 January.) RuPauls Drag Race will also celebrate its 200th episode during this season. The streamer also houses the biggest library of LGBTQ+ content in the world, offering subscribers the chance to delve into shows from their favourite Drag Race alumni and documentary films.

The sixteen fierce and fiery queens competing for the title in season 15 are as follows:

From Connecticut, Amethyst calls herself a mix of pop princess and meme queen, according to the official release. Some of her most-viewed videos on TikTok include lip-syncs to the Kardashian banana moment, and Toni Collettes epic dinner table meltdown in Hereditary.

A stunt queen from Las Vegas, Anetra says she boasts serious taekwondo skills, and her Instagram includes videos of her throwing her body across the stage to Lady Gaga.

Aura Mayari
One of her biggest TikTok videos for this Nashville queen is a make-up transformation set to Beyonce.

Irene DuBois
This Seattle queen loves extreme makeup transformations. Shes Season 14 finalist Boscos drag sister.

Another stunt queen, Jax started out as a competitive cheerleader her flipping skills are on ample display on TikTok. She started in Connecticut, but now calls Queens, New York her home.

Loosey LaDuca
Yet another Connecticut queen, Loosey has been a presence in the states drag scene for 12 years, laying down live vocals like a cabaret rendition of Britney Spears Toxic.

Luxx Noir London
Season 15s youngest contestant hails from East Orange, N.J. and boasts signature sculpted nose makeup.

Malaysia Babydoll Foxx
Inexplicably, Malaysia is the first queen from Miami to appear on Drag Race, and works as a professional makeup artist.

Marcia Marcia Marcia
This New York City queen has performed in Kinky Boots off-Broadway and went viral on TikTok for performing a jump split on the shows last day.

Mistress Isabelle Brooks
The only Texas queen this season hails from Houston is described as the epitome of classic Southern drag which means big hair and big other things.

Princess Poppy
A true viral hit on TikTok, this San Francisco queen brings both beauty and an eccentric edge to the competition.

Robin Fierce
Yup, another Connecticut queen! Robin loves a lioness look, and can lay down some strong live vocals.

Salina EsTitties
This Los Angeles queens downtown show Eloteria! was voted the best drag show in the city.

Sasha Colby
The drag mother of Season 14 standout Kerri Colby, Sasha born in Hawaii, based in L.A. has been a working drag queen.

A TikTok sensation with her twin sister Sugar they have over 7.4 million followers Spice is competing on her own this season as the edgier diva of the duo.

Like Spice, Sugar is based in Los Angeles. This is how her press release bio concludes: But how can you tell these twins apart? Its easy, says Sugar. Im the prettier one.’

Written by: GlitterBeam

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