Canada’s drag race is back, baby! And ready to show the world how it’s doing in the Great White North.
With a new jury, these ladies are ready to do anything to win.
Who will beat the competition and who will drop out early?
Get ready to meet the queens who want to snatch your heart, the crown, and a life changing cash prize.
That’s what they have to say before they pound the runway on October 14th
Canada’s Drag Race: Meet the Queens of Season Two
Adriana (Quebec City, Que.)
Tick Tack: @adrianathebombshell
“When I pull, I have the feeling that I can do anything! All my life I struggled to find something I was good at. I often thought I had no talent or confidence to become the star I always wanted to be.
“Pull to see how awesome I really am. Now I am constantly surprising the audience and make them ask for more every time. ”
Beth (Vancouver, BC)
Tick Tack: @allthatbeth
“Drag is for anyone or even non-human who wants to say F #% & YOU about gender stereotypes. It’s about celebrating who we are or not and being who we want to be.
“Drag is whatever you want and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!”
Age: 29 (Toronto, Ontario)
Instagram: @ allabouteve6000
Tick Tack: @ allabouteve6000
“As a trans, non-binary artist, drag is about expressing femininity that I wasn’t allowed to express in my childhood.
“Drag is a tool that we can all use to express our true selves and to be seen the way we want to be seen.”
Gia Metric (Vancouver, BC)
Instagram: @ gia.metric
Tick Tack: @giametric
“Canada’s Drag Race is a slingshot that catapults artists onto a platform seen by a global audience. I’ve been performing in my bedroom for as long as I can remember and now I can perform in front of the whole world.
“I still can’t believe I’m a drag race girl! Mom, I’m a superstar! “
Icesis Couture (Ottawa, Ontario)
Tick Tack: @itsqueenicesis
“My pure love for the art form of drag and the creative opportunity it offers me drives me to develop myself further, not only as an artist, but also as a person.
“Drag showed me that it’s okay to be different, it’s okay to have a voice, it’s okay to just be me. For me, drag means everything, because without it I would not have found my own strength. “
Kendall Gender (Vancouver, BC)
Tick Tack: @itskendalgender
“Pulling is a festival for me. It’s about finding a way to get through it all.
“I’ve had a lot of adversity in my life and I really feel like they all brought me to this moment. And because I’ve been through the darker side of life, I can really appreciate what’s to come. “
Kimora Amour (Scarborough, Ontario)
Tick Tack: @kimora_amour
“For me, drag is a form of artistic therapeutic storytelling where you can evoke emotions while telling the story of life.
“A part of . be Canada’s Drag Race is a form of affirmation. It means that you have that certain something that sets you apart from others. It’s the greatest opportunity and I’m really excited to represent the black / Caribbean / South American communities. “
Océane Aqua-Black (Québec City, Que.)
Instagram: @ oceaneaquablack4
Tick Tack: @oceaneaquablack
“To me, Canada’s Drag Race is not just a competition show, but a wonderful platform where everyone can enjoy my talent and creativity!
“More importantly, drag queens give the LGBTQ + community an important voice because we represent their superheroes. I hope that people can identify with us and that we can serve as inspiration to make the world a magical place. “
Pythia (Montréal, Que.)
Instagram: @ pythia.queen
Tick Tack: @ pythia.queen
“For me, drag is the magic that comes closest to us and a method to completely unpack and destroy sex. It gives me the opportunity to transfigure and embody all of my passions, be it theater, fashion or art, and to fuse them into a physical form as Pythia.
“I am not a ‘female impersonator’, I am the image of my fantasy, a storyteller and a fantasy that has become reality.”
Stephanie Prince (Calgary, Alta.)
Tick Tack: @stephaniesbutt
“It’s very exciting to be in Canada’s drag race. The only part of the competition that I worry about is how jealous the other girls will be of my beauty! “
Suki doll (Montréal, Que.)
Tick Tack: @_sukidoll
“C’est moi… Suko Doll, terribly tasty and opulent! Muahhh “
Synthia Kiss (Vancouver, BC)
“Synthia Kiss pays homage to all the powerful, talented and funny women in my life – it’s a great honor to run a mile in their high heels, I’ll give them back soon, I swear! “
Canada‘S Draw Race Series 2 will air weekly starting October 14th WOW presents Plus.
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