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Sydney WorldPride Announces Miss First Nation Drag Queen Finalists

Sydney WorldPride Announces Miss First Nation Drag Queen Finalists

Sydney WorldPride Announces Miss First Nation Drag Queen Finalists
SYDNEY WORLDPRIDE 2023

The competition features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drag queens vying to become the supreme queen down under.

Ladies, start your lip-synchs!

Sydney WorldPride 2023 just announced the eight drag queens who will battle it out for the title of Miss First Nation next month.

The Miss First Nation competition has become a mainstay on the drag circuit down under, bringing both awareness and a platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders drag queens and their communities.

SYDNEY WORLDPRIDE 2023

Competing for the much-coveted title will be former Miss First Nation winners Cerulean (2021), Chocolate Boxx (2019), Lasey Dunaman (2018), and Josie Baker (2017). Also competing will be Pomara Fifth (Wildcard) and Timberlina (People’s Choice). Two international guests, New Zealand’s Miss Trinity Ice and Feilibing iCE Queen from Taiwan, round out the lineup.

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The three-night battle takes place February 26-28 at the Carriageworks performing arts space as part of the Marri Madung Butbut: The First Nations Gathering Space.

Heat 1 will take place on the first night to decide the Best National Costume, where the queens will model garments inspired by their cultural heritage, home, language, family, or identity.

On the following night in Heat 2, the queens will display their best ‘non-conventional’ drag talent in an eclectic cabaret.

The competition wraps up on the final day with Heat 3 and The Grand Final, where the queens lay their best drag on the line and the Supreme Queen is crowned.

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You can learn more about Sydney WorldPride and the Miss First Nation competition, and purchase tickets here or at sydneyworldpride.com.

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