Miz Cracker : RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten Profile

Miz Cracker is one of the many queens this season that come from New York. That should be fun. She has written regularly for Slate since at least 2014 including a great article on LGBT activism after the Pulse shooting. (She uses the term drag activist, which should really be combined to make dragtivist — but that’s just my own preference.

Cosmopolitan featured a video on how Miz Cracker does her makeup which you can see here.

Here is a video of Miz Cracker doing a mix of Amy Winehouse numbers from last year :

She looks to be a mighty competitor! Let’s see how this goes.

Next up : Monet X Change

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten starts on March 22nd on VH1. All episodes will stream on Netflix (in the UK) starting the day after they air on VH1.

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Mayhem Miller : RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten Profile

Mayhem Miller shares a name with an MMA fighter but has, in my opinion, a more impressive record, some of which is enumerated in this article titled “10 Drag Queens That Could Kill it on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season Eight” which is funny because, well, some either had been already or went on to be later — including Mayhem.

Here’s Mayhem performing “Killing Me Softly.” I don’t know about you, but this song always reminds me of the film “About a Boy.”

Here she is on another list of queens who should be on RPDR. A lot of people are getting their wish!

Next up : Miz Cracker

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten starts on March 22nd on VH1. All episodes will stream on Netflix (in the UK) starting the day after they air on VH1.

Kameron Michaels : RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten Profile

Right away when I started looking into Kameron, I saw an image of bearing the title “Body Builder Barbie.” “Okay,” I thought to myself, “Someone who (like me) puts in time and effort into physical fitness. That distinguishes her from others who do not, well… so specifically mention doing so. That is awesome.”

sex hair is my fav 💋 #tgif

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Kameron was actually featured on the World of Wonders (which produces RuPaul’s Drag Race) blog for their Transformation Tuesday series. You can see that right here.

Here is Kameron performing one of my favourite songs by Lady Gaga, “Born This Way”

Next up : Mayhem Miller

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten starts on March 22nd on VH1. All episodes will stream on Netflix (in the UK) starting the day after they air on VH1.

Kalorie Karbdashian Williams : RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten Profile

Twenty-seven year old Kalorie Karbdashian Williams hails from New Mexico, where she has been performing for over five years.

It was quite difficult getting any information about Ms. Williams. There wasn’t a lot out there. She was crowned Miss Duke City in 2016. Here is the talent portion of that competition :

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten premieres on March 22 on VH1 and will be on Netflix (in the UK) the next day every week. Good stuff!

Next up : Kameron Michaels

Dusty Ray Bottoms: RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Ten Profile

Dusty Ray Bottoms is a self-described “punk rock drag queen, singer-songwriter, and actor, based in New York City drag queen.” Sounds like an impressive package to me! A lot of the things that are quite helpful for some of the challenges on RuPaul’s Drag Race are described right there.

I can’t contain my excitement anymore and wait for an official poster because @isthatjma turned me out! And I’m beyond thrilled for OZ FEST MISS LOOK QUEEN NOVEMBER! With performance by special guest and judge @suttonleeseymour MISS LQ OCTOBER @jasmine_kennedie and Miss Wildcard @theflowertortilla If you want a spot for the 26th hit me up! #turnalookturntheparty and snatch the $200 cash prize and move to the finale!! This is going to be an epic night! Hair by @sirmarcsinger Look by @christopherpalunewyork @christopherpalu #DustyRayBottoms #NevaLavdYah #FuckYourFantasy #FuckMyFantasy #CreatureOfTheNight #NYC #NYCDrag #NYCNightlife #MissLookQueen #LookQueen #NYCGayNightlife #DragQueens #Dragaholic #DragShow #InstaDrag #InstaQueen #Gay #GayNightlife

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You can find an interesting interview with Dusty Ray including the origin of the name right here.

You can get a good look at Dusty with Alexis Michelle and Bob the Drag Queen right here. (Undated photo.)

Finally, a video that deserves way more views than it currently has — Dusty Ray Bottoms as Barbara Streisand.

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 premieres on Thursday, March 22nd on VH1 and will be on Netflix (in the UK) the following day every week!

Next up : Kalorie Karbdashian Williams

Eureka O’Hara : RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Nine Profile

Of all the drag queens I have seen on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Eureka O’Hara has got to be one of the most mathematically named. (Get it?) She also has the biggest selection of things in a shop

Eureka is all of twenty-six years old and hails from Tennessee. I wonder how long it will be before someone tells her that she’s the only ten they see. (Am I dating myself?)

Amazingly, Eureka was with a friend and got hit by a drunk driver — how cars don’t all come with built in technology to prevent drunk drivers from driving is beyond me — but thankfully she walked away without a scratch

She recently was with her mother in the hospital — send your love to her family!

Eureka is hardly new to the drag scene, having won accolades including Miss Tennessee International in 2010 among other honors

Enjoy a video from a few years ago :

The season nine premiere is a week from today and has moved to VH1. No sign that they are going to do any Behind the Drag specials. (Have I dated myself enough?

Aja : RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Nine Profile

This year on RuPaul’s Drag Race there are four, count them, four different queens from New York (where I presently live) and one of them is the inimitable Aja, who calls her style of performance “Powerpuff Girl Stripper” and was named Ms. Williamsburg in 2014.

Furry monsters 💖 Photo by @ericrichardmagnussen HAIR by @queenlmnop

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While doing the research for this profile I was surprised that I already had come across Aja’s name in passing… last year, when Season Eight was wrapping up, as you can see here in this conversation with Thorgy Thor.

Will Aja come out on top? Will it be another New York win this year?