This Minneapolis queen is fresh from Season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race and is heading straight to the Nightingale stage!
As part of the Nightingale's 50th birthday celebrations, RuPaul’s first ever Muslim contestant, Mercedes Iman Diamond, will be joining the party on Saturday 13 April.
The self-proclaimed African princess wanted to show the world that “Muslim is not a terrorist!” when she appeared on Drag Race - and she certainly did that!
She’s all about the gorgeous body, and is set to own the stage when she appears at Birmingham’s biggest gay club this Saturday. Let's just hope she nails her pronunciation this time...
The Nightingale's 50th birthday celebrations continue throughout April with the return of Kim Woodburn and a performance from house music duo Blonde.
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