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One step away
June 8, 2024

GALLERY: DRAGgieland 2020

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Photo by Photo by Meredith Seaver

Drag queen Monique Heart emceed the event and gave a speech before the performances.

Despite protests, the sold out DRAGgieland 2020 went on without delay. The first drag show of its kind on campus crowned Paris Amour the first ever Queen of DRAGgieland.
Photos by Meredith Seaver

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  • Monique Heart performed her song “SUKM” before the nine main performances of the night.

  • Deaven Lee performs in a combined number with the other queens and kings before their solos.

  • Lily Fables performs in a combined number with the other queens and kings before their solos.

  • Fauna Fables performs in a combined number with the other queens and kings before their solos.

  • Jessy B Darling performs in a combined number with the other queens and kings before their solos.

  • Paris Amour performs in a combined number with the other queens and kings before their solos.

  • Kendall Useless performed to Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary.”

  • Kendall Useless performed to Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary.”

  • Lily fables performed to a mashup of Patsy Cline’s “Crazy and “Cannibal” by Kesha.

  • Lily fables performed to a mashup of Patsy Cline’s “Crazy and “Cannibal” by Kesha.

  • Lily fables performed to a mashup of Patsy Cline’s “Crazy and “Cannibal” by Kesha.

  • Jessy B Darling had a “Legally Blonde” based performance including audio clips from the movie and a mashup with Lizzo songs.

  • Jessy B Darling had a “Legally Blonde” based performance including audio clips from the movie and a mashup with Lizzo songs.

  • Jessy B Darling had a “Legally Blonde” based performance including audio clips from the movie and a mashup with Lizzo songs.

  • Jessy B Darling had a “Legally Blonde” based performance including audio clips from the movie and a mashup with Lizzo songs.

  • Deaven Lee performed to the song “Praying” by Kesha and dedicated it to her sister.

  • Deaven Lee performed to the song “Praying” by Kesha and dedicated it to her sister.

  • Deaven Lee performed to the song “Praying” by Kesha and dedicated it to her sister.

  • Deaven Lee performed to the song “Praying” by Kesha and dedicated it to her sister.

  • Sir Loin performed to a medley of Lizzo songs.

  • Sir Loin performed to a medley of Lizzo songs.

  • Sir Loin performed to a medley of Lizzo songs.

  • Fauna Fables sang live for the audience.

  • Fauna Fables sang live for the audience.

  • Fauna Fables sang live for the audience.

  • Paris Amour performed “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman.”

  • Paris Amour performed “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman.”

  • During Paris Amour’s performance of “This is Me” she took off her wig and makeup in front of the crowd.

  • During Paris Amour’s performance of “This is Me” she took off her wig and makeup in front of the crowd.

  • During Paris Amour’s performance of “This is Me” she took off her wig and makeup in front of the crowd.

  • Malibu von Schweetz performed her rendition of “My Heart Will Go On” from “Titanic” including a solo on the recorder.

  • Malibu von Schweetz performed her rendition of “My Heart Will Go On” from “Titanic” including a solo on the recorder.

  • Malibu von Schweetz performed her rendition of “My Heart Will Go On” from “Titanic” including a solo on the recorder.

  • Malibu von Schweetz performed her rendition of “My Heart Will Go On” from “Titanic” including a solo on the recorder.

  • Vitamin B performed a Lady Gaga inspired routine to the song “Stupid Love.”

  • Vitamin B performed a Lady Gaga inspired routine to the song “Stupid Love.”

  • Vitamin B performed a Lady Gaga inspired routine to the song “Stupid Love.”

  • Vitamin B performed a Lady Gaga inspired routine to the song “Stupid Love.”

  • After the “Top 5” were asked questions, Paris Amour was crowned the first ever “Queen of Draggieland.”

  • After the “Top 5” were asked questions, Paris Amour was crowned the first ever “Queen of Draggieland.”

  • After the “Top 5” were asked questions, Paris Amour was crowned the first ever “Queen of Draggieland.”

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