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Drag Race Holland unveils its sickening cast of queens and what’s Dutch for gagging?

Reiss Smith September 8, 2020
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The Drag Race Holland cast has been revealed. (Videoland/YouTube)

The Drag Race Holland cast has been unveiled ahead of the series premiere later this month.

Hot on the nine-inch heels of Canada’s Drag Race, the Netherlands is about to get its very-own edition of the TV behemoth.

Drag Race Holland, premiering September 18, will see 10 queens fight for the title of the Netherlands’ First Drag Superstar.

Hosted by stylist and presenter Fred van Lee, the Dutch spin-off has already blown away fans’ expectations with its cast reveal.

Among the 10 queens to enter the Drag Race Holland werk room are the franchise’s first-ever bearded queen, a “gender hybrid transformer” and the creator of a cult RuPaul satire series.

Miss Abby OMG.

A Brazilian-Dutch queen who’s already used to sharing the stage with superstars such as Latrice Royale and Vinegar Strokes, and has amassed a huge Instagram following with her thirst-inspiring transformation Tuesdays.

Roem.

Roem is already well-known in the Drag Race fandom for her cult YouTube satire series RaPal Dark Res. In fact, Roem is the series’ only digital queen – all of her art lives online, rather than in clubs or theatres.

ChelseaBoy.

“Gender hybrid transformer” ChelseaBoy has already blown away fans with her galactic blue entrance look. She describes herself as a singer, performer and visual artist.

Janey Jacké.

Drag Race Holland’s resident “pop princess”, Janey Jacké is known throughout Holland and further afield as an enigmatic stage performer. Dutch viewers may recognise her from All Together Now, the reality singing competition on which she was a judge (just like Drag Race UK alum Divina De Campo, who starred on the UK edition).

Ma’MaQueen.

Non-binary performer Ma’MaQueen uses they drag to explore and break down gender constructs, by way of sickening self-made costumes and incredible stage performances. In Rotterdam, they’re known as the mother of the House of Holographic Hoes, and a beacon of inclusivity.

Madame Madness.

After 17 American runs, as well as Canadian, British, Thai and South American series, Drag Race has its first-ever bearded queen: Madame Madness. Through her drag, she tries to spread the message that “being different is allowed”.

Envy Peru.

Named for her home country, Envy Peru is the most-followed drag queen in Benelux and earlier this year was the first drag queen to appear in Netherlands’ Vogue. She’s also the mother of the Mermaids Mansion with her two drag sisters, one of whom is her Drag Race Holland competitor Miss Abby OMG, and has previously worked with NikkieTutorials.

Sederginne.

Drag Race Holland’s only Flemish queen is a formidable comedy queen. At 26, she’s already been performing for nine years around Belgium and Amsterdam, and has had her own show in Mykonos.

Patty Pam-Pam.

She sings. She dances. She prances. Patty Pam-Pam is Drag Race Holland‘s oldest competitor at 34 and one of its most seasoned. She takes pride in creating all her own costumes.

Megan Schoonbrood.

At 32, Megan Schoonbrood has been doing drag half her life and is a seasoned pageant queen. With a stunning 23 No.1 titles, she was once awarded the coveted Dusty Tiara for her tireless commitment to the LGBT+ community.

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