Drag Queens

  • Azucar Nightclub Launches New Thursday Talent Show, Event

    Hot on the heels of its Drag Wars season finals, Azucar Nightclub launched a new weekly competition last week on Thursday night called "Azucar's Got Talent," a talent show on the scale of "America's Got Talent," only with drag queens and more.

  • First Ever ‘Drag Kickball’ Bounces to Wilton Manors’ April 14

    Instead of RuPaul’s “lip-sync for your life,” this one would be: “kick-ball, for your life.” Those who have played kickball know it simulates baseball, in that a pitcher throws a ball to a “batter” who kicks it to fielders with no gloves.

  • Lips to offer a Dragalicious New Year Celebration

    New Years is quickly approaching and Lips — the ultimate Drag dining experience in Fort Lauderdale — will be hosting two special dinner shows on New Year’s Eve.

  • Miami Bartender Mixes Drag Queens With Rock & Roll

    One of Kill Your Idol’s resident bartenders is Karloz Torres, a native Colombian who moved to the United States when he was 14 years old and started tending bar at 19 to pay for college.

  • Miami Drag Queens Making Dreams Come True This Holiday Season

    Athena Dion thinks most drag queens have hearts of gold. But if that's so, then the hearts of Dion and her Dream Queens must be multi-platinum.

  • RuPaul's Drag Race Exit Interview: Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams

    Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams not only had a whole lotta twerk-ability, but even more heart. In her short, but memorable tenure on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10, Williams had the audience falling in love with her New Mexico drag style and her complete adoration for her fellow sisters. I caught up with this southwestern stunner to talk about her two gag-worthy lip sync’s, why she could be one of the biggest thirst traps of the season (trust me-google her out of drag) and why sisterhood may mean more to her than some of the other ladies. 

  • RuPaul's Drag Race Exit Interview: Vanessa Vanjie Mateo

    Being the first to leave a season of RuPaul’s Drag Race is never an easy position to be in. This year, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo had the dubious distinction of being the first to go after a lip sync against Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams. I caught up with Miss Vangie post-elimination to talk about her brief time in the workroom, who she thought should have been in the bottom as opposed to her, and what her drag mother, Drag Race royalty Alexis Mateo, had to say about her daughter’s tenure on the show.