Thirteen contestants, all hoping to become the next Drag superstar, have been announced for Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race - one of which is a favourite amongst the Midlands gay scene.
Competitors in the hugely popular drag talent show include London’s Charlie Hides, who regularly performs at Birmingham’s Eden bar, amongst others and Trinity Taylor, who won the title of Miss Pulse 2011 at the Orlando nightclub in Florida.
The rest are Meet Aja, Alexis Michelle, Eureka, Farrah Moan, Jaymes Mansfield, Kimora Blac, Nina Bo’Nina Brown, Peppermint, Sasha Velour, Shea Couleé and Valentina.
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