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Canada’s Drag Race Season Four: Meet The Queens

It’s official! Canada’s Drag Race season four is on the way and the full cast has just been revealed…

Are you ready for it? 11 new goddesses from coast to coast compete to be crowned Canada’s Next Drag Superstar premiering November 16. Premiering on Crave in Canada and WOW Presents Plus in the US and other parts of the world, the upcoming new season will see the return of resident judges Brooke Lynn Hytes, Brad Goreski and Traci Melchor.

Here are the 11 new queens competing for the crown, the title of Canada’s Next Drag Superstar and the $100,000 grand prize!

Aimee Yoncé Shennel
Ottawa, Ontario

Everybody say love! Aimee can do it all with her drop dead gorgeous looks and comedy chops. Originally from the Dominican Republic, she’s here to bring the latin spice and take the crown while representing Canada’s vibrant community of black-latin immigrants. 

Melinda Verga
Edmonton, Alberta

Melina’s drag is fun, fierce, and fab (and a little messy, too). She’s going to be unapologetically herself throughout the competition and if you don’t like it…that’s too bad. She’s hoping her time on the show will highlight the brilliance of Edminton’s drag community.

Aurora Matrix
Toronto, Ontario

Vibe check! Aurora is here to serve theatrical realness with an unlockackable mug. She’ll do anything for the crown while representing her Eastern Asian heritage (which also heavily inspires her drag). You won’t be able to miss her energetic and eye-catching performances on the runway.

Nearah Nuff
Calgary, Alberta

When it comes to drama, Nearah is only going to add gasoline to the fire. A self-proclaimed “stampede on heels”, she promises to redeem the reputation of Calgary queens on the show. Her sexy, glamourous, and fierce drag has arrived on the mainstage and she can’t wait to out-lip sync her fellow queens.

Kiki Coe
Ottawa, Ontario

Everybody loves a Kiki. As a classic drag performer who’s originally from the Philippines, she’s the whole package. Her drag brings the extravaganza and she’s ready to own that runway. She can perform, act, and turn a look. She’s excited to be the representation she wanted as a kid. It’s Kiki’s world, and we’re ready to live in it.

The Girlfriend Experience
Vancouver, British Columbia

Seductive, sexy, and super flirty, she’s a fashion girl and can’t wait to show off all of her different looks on the runway. The Girlfriend Experience is here to represent trans girls, and she’s going to look gorgeous doing it while bringing allthe right vibes to the mainstage.

Charlottetown, P.E.I/ Montreal, Quebec

Denim’s conceptual and campy drag is what sets her apart from the competition. As the first trans man to compete on Canada’s Drag Race, she’s here to prove that drag is a multifaceted art that’s for everyone. Denim says being autistic can be a challenge but it’s also her superpower, and she’s ready to tap into it to make it to the finale. 

Kitten Kaboodle
Toronto, Ontario

A ‘70s showgirl at heart, Kitten is here to show off all of those classic performance skills. She says she’s here “to show that you can teach an old kitty new tricks”. She can sew, dance, act, and at 57-years old she believes she has the range and the old-school vibes that gives her the edge over other queens. 

Sisi Superstar
Montreal, Quebec

The self-titled “queen of the sewers”, Sisi is inspired by campy horror and she’s down to get silly and goofy on the mainstage. She’s not afraid to show the world that a scary clown can also be sexy. She’s the goth bimbo doll of Montreal and she can’t wait to spread pure fun all over season four.

Luna DuBois
Toronto, Ontario

Luna is the first Nigerian queen on Canada’s Drag Race and she’s ready to bring a little drama to the werk room and show us how it’s done. She’s electric and eclectic and she’s ready to give us the moon on the runway. She can be a little shady and she’ll mesmerize us all the way to the crowning.

Vancouver, British Columbia

The goddess of love has arrived. Venus is French, Irish, and Metis here to represent the Two-Spirit indigiqueer community of her home and native land. She’s glamorous, but she can also get silly and campy, too. When it comes to Venus’s drag she’s all about keeping it untucked, always, and it’s just one of the ways she’s authentically herself. 

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