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Get to know the queens of Canada's Drag Race season 3

World of Wonder productions just suprised fans with another season of the popular drag competition series, Canada's Drag Race. 

Not to be confused with the newly announced Canada vs The World series, Canada’s Drag Race will return with 12 new queens vying for the chance at a $100,000 cash prize and the title of ‘Canada’s Next Drag Superstar!’

Returning to the judging panel is Brad Goreski, Traci Melchor and Brooke Lynn Hytes. While we wait to catch the premiere of Canada’s Drag Race season 3 on July 14, get to know the queens fresh off the streets and eager to enter the legendary Werkroom to show off their talents. 

Bombae

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Bombae moved to Toronto from Mumbai in 2016 and describes herself as Toronto’s reigning ‘Satanic Supreme.’ She’s a fashion club kid who’s got legs for days, and fans can find her on runways, in photoshoots, or in an art gallery. She’s a digital drag superstar who produces live shows on Twitch every week.”


Chelazon Leroux

 

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Chelazon grew up in Saskatchewan Dene First Nations and is very connected to their Indigenous identity. In 2021, they walked in London Fashion Week for Indigenous designer Jill Setah, highlighting the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. They have nearly half a million followers on TikTok where they educate and entertain using comedy, history, beauty, and storytelling. Chelazon is an active public speaker who often works on mental health campaigns, partnering with Health Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan, and the Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan, and others.”


Gisèle Lullaby

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Gisèle is one of the leading resident queens at the famous Cabaret Mado in Montréal. She designs, sews, and styles most of her own wigs. With a bold personality, Gisèle is funny, loud, talkative, and has shared the stage with Québec superstar Marie-Mai.”


Halal Bae

 

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Halal Bae is of Egyptian/Palestinian descent and moved to Toronto at 18 to pursue an openly queer life. Halal’s connection to her North African/Middle Eastern Muslim background is heavily infused into her drag, and she’s proud of how she uses her roots to represent a side of queer identity that is often overlooked and oppressed. She has been involved in a number of events including fundraisers for HIV awareness and queer immigrant initiatives.”


Irma Gerd

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Irma is currently the reigning Atlantic Drag Star, a competition that brings together drag artists in Eastern Canada. She has produced and hosted many shows with her house of six drag children. Irma is a trained artist and won the BMO 1st Art Award, representing Newfoundland and Labrador at their national exhibition.”


Jada Shada Hudson

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Jada came to Canada from Barbados in 2009, and has been performing drag for 13 years. In 2019, Jada was a performer for music superstar Lizzo’s pre-show. Jada’s previous TV credits include the Crave Original series 1 Queen 5 Queers and Queens.”


Kaos

 

 

 

Official Bio:“Kaos likes to mess with gender, and mess with people’s heads, using the art of drag. Her art includes dancing, gymnastics, singing, circus performance, and whatever weird things comes to her mind. Kaos’ badass energy and dedication to her art is an inspiration for many up-and-coming performers.”


Kimmy Couture

 

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Kimmy immigrated to Canada in 2012 from the Philippines and won her first drag pageant at the age of 13. Kimmy is a trans woman and is a lip sync assassin with deadly dance moves, she is a strong advocate for the transgender and Asian communities. She has become one of the top drag artists in Ottawa, having been mentored by Canada’s Drag Race season 2 winner Icesis Couture.”


Lady Boom Boom

 

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Lady Boom Boom has a degree in Clothing Conception and Production. She got a tattoo on stage to honor her grandmother. She is a regular at Le Drague in Québec City where she has hosted and performed since she was 18.”


Miss Fiercalicious

 

 

Official Bio: “In University, Miss Fiercalicious studied biology with the aim of becoming a doctor, she ultimately left school when she found drag to focus solely on her new passion. She was featured in Lights’ music video for the song Prodigal Daughter. Miss Fiercalicious is one of the few Canadian drag artists to be featured in Cosmopolitan’s Cosmo Queen Series.”


Miss Moço

 

 

 

Official Bio: “Miss Moço is Toronto’s Portuguese-Canadian international wig snatching diva, serving legs and face for days. In 2017, she started her own drag pageant called Miss Drag Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal and flies back every year to produce and host the event. She’s the self-appointed ‘drag brunch queen of Toronto’ with her weekly Sunday drag brunch at the fabulous Gladstone House.”


Vivian Vanderpuss

 

 

 


Official Bio: “Vivian loves styling her own wigs into all sorts of fabulous vintage styles, and enjoys creating looks out of fabulous vintage finds. Her self-described ‘glampy art and vivacious personality’ combined with her genuine spirit always brings a smile to people’s faces. In drag, Vivian doesn’t always present as female, she also plays with non-binary and hyper king characters.”


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