What queens from Season 13 of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ are from New York City?


Even though the Season 12 has been broadcast only a few days ago, RuPaul’s Drag Race is back again!. Three of the new queens hail from New York City.

The season 13 premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race aired last night.

Dr. Phil’s show opened with a controversial new format this week with a few unconventional episodes. The thirteen took the stage in pairs, individually, and in trifectas. Six queens won, while seven queens recieved the “Porkchop,” a reference to how the very first queen to be eliminated from “Drag Race” was called Victoria “Porkchop” Parker.

However, they quickly discovered that there was more to the ordeal. The groups will each perform separate sets of tasks before reuniting as a group. In the office, there is no saying what will happen tomorrow, and on the main level.

Four new queens will participate this season: Tina Burner, Olivia Lux, and two others.

Tina Burner is a New York City late night TV host and has appeared on RuPaul’s Drag Race. She’s a comedy and camp queen and has already been compared to Nina West, but it looks like she might have the upper hand over the season 11 queen when it comes to lip syncing. She was born and raised in Upstate New York, which makes her the eldest queen and also gives her a “most-seasoned” status. New York City has sharpened my skills. The city’s population is like the rivalry of all competitions . “I had to fight to be at the top of my game. I spent every dollar I had preparing to be a drag queen. I lived from performance to performance … It prepared me to be a New Yorker.”

Let’s turn and burn it, bitches! #BitterFembot #DragRace pic.twitter.com/jvEVmpmJlk

– RuPaul’s DragRace on Twitter January 2, 2021

Olivia Lux is the opposite of a burner. She was only involved in drag for a few years but is still a talented artiste. Lux brings the full package, and in a lip sync against Rosé, Lux brings the full package. Lux performs live drag shows where she plays the piano to varying degrees of performance.

Don’t let that grin trick you, friend. @TheOliviaLux wears some seriously sassy sounds. #DragRace #Untucked #Priceless

RuPaul’s Drag Race (@RuPaulsDragRace) Jan. 2, 2021.

During a live episode, Lux talked about how she was training for Drag Race during the H1N1 pandemic.

“It was very difficult before I got the call [to compete on Drag Race]to even do drag,” “I feel like a lot of artists can relate to the fact that they perform in living room lip sync shows. So I think the biggest adjustment for me was being able to get it all together, get sent out and do [the show]when I wasn’t even in the mindset of, ‘Oh my God, this is even a possibility.'”

Kandy Muse and Rosé will be competing in the following season.

Kandy Muse is already an influential Drag Race competitor. On the debut, she was crowned Queen and was second in most likability on the show. Muse is a member of the former House of Aja and is one of Aja’s (RuPaul’s Drag Race season 9, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 3) drag daughters. Her younger sister, Dahlia Sin, stars on the show this season. Muse talked about how safe the set was, especially during COVID.

From HOLLYWOOD to THE Ghetto, it’s @TheKandyMuse! #DragRace tweet.

RuPaul’s Drag Race (@RuPaulsDragRace) Jan. 2, 2021.

When (and how) did RuPaul shoot season 13 of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’?

“I think it was the safest set I’ve ever been on,” she told Decider. “I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a set that was as safe as the one on ‘Drag Race.’ I had a really good time. To be one of the first shows to be shot during COVID is monumental, so – icons!”

Last but not least, Rosé, who is known as the sister of Drag Race alumna Jan and a member of her girl group Stephanie’s Child, is the fourth New York City queen in the competition.

Everyone say HEY to @omgheyrose! #DragRace pic.twitter.com/OA2hgg0NN5

RuPaul’s Drag Race (@RuPaulsDragRace) Jan. 2, 2021.

Before she actually became a drag queen, she was an actress first. “I kind of didn’t feel like doing the whole scene, and I felt like I was really struggling as an artist because I wanted to express things that were really about me and my personality,” she told amNewYork. “


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