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Here’s How To Apply For The First Season Of Drag Race Canada

And, may the best Canuck Queen win…
 
Since the announcement of Drag Race Canada, Candians have made #DragRaceCanada a Top 10 trending topic on social media and created some serious buzz around who should be crowned Canada’s First Drag Superstar. Well, the race for a cash prize of $100,000 CA has officially started and hopeful competitors for the very first Canadian adaptation of RuPaul’s Drag Race can apply now!
 
That’s right! Casting is NOW OPEN and all hopeful competitors who are 19 years of age and older, and are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada can kick off the application process right here.
 
Canadian Queens are encouraged to apply online sooner than later to ensure enough time to complete subsequent rounds of casting (including a long-form audition tape).
 
With Canada rallying around “Queen of the North” Brooke Lynn Hytes on RuPaul’s Drag Race earlier this year, drag culture is alive, and thriving in north of the border. The popularity of Drag Race, and drag culture is on a major rise globally; so it’s no surprise that Canada will be getting its very own version of the reality show competition in the near future.
 
The 10-episode, one-hour series goes into production in Ontario this fall thanks to OUTtv, and Canadian streaming service Crave.
 
Good luck Canucks and don’t puck it up!
 

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    Gail Cyr / 31 August 2020

    Not for myself but I wouls assist a great candidate from the North.

    Gail Cyr / 31 August 2020

    Need info for 2021 drag race. Hopefully we are not too late.

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