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Meet the Season 2 Queens From Chile’s Version of ‘Drag Race’
The Chilean reality show, The Switch Drag Race: World Challenge, has just released its premiere date. Though the trailer for the second season was released all the way back in December 2016, The Switch 2 is finally coming out Sunday, March 25. We can’t wait to see this global drag queen challenge. Host Karla Constant and judges Íngrid Cruz, Ócar Mediavilla and Nicole Gaultier are all returning.
Watch the fabulous The Switch 2 trailer now:
The Switch 2 will have 6 Chilean participants and 7 foreign participants, from countries such as Spain, France, the United States and Mexico.
Meet the Queens who will participate in The Switch 2:
Diva Houston — Spain
Así fue anoche en @sugardaddy_party en @sala_but #everysunday #madrid #sunday #fiesta #spain #gay #party #gayparty #gaymadrid #madridgay #drag #queen #dragqueen #dragshow #dragperfection #dragaholic #clown #instadrag #instaqueen #instaartist #kryolanofficial #inglotcosmetics #maccosmetics #makeupforever #makeup #makeupdiva #clownmakeup #makeupartist #makeupqueen #welovequeens
Diva Houston was born in Brazil, but lives in Madrid, Spain. She has a YouTube channel; his most recent original song is titled “Fabulosa Bitch!”.
Arianda Sodi — Chile
Arianda Sodi is a cosmetologist and integral beautician. Her real name is Ariel Cerda, and she only uses her drag persona for shows.
Fransiska Pakita Tólika — Spain
Pakita has a pretty transgressive look and uses controversial language. She likes to talk about social issues and criticize the church. Check out her YouTube channel.
Fernanda Brown — Chile
Gia Gunn — USA (representing Japan)
Do you remember Gia Gunn? Absolutely! The RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 alum who recently came out as trans is also part of The Switch 2, and we could not be more excited to see her again! Be sure to check out the video where she tells us about her experience in Chile.
Laura Bell — Chile
Andrés Saez is Laura Bell, and she’s a queen who loves singing live. Her performance of Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary” is something to behold.
Kandy Ho — Puerto Rico
We first met Kandy Ho in the 7th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and now she’s back for The Switch 2. The Puerto Rican contestant also has a YouTube channel and tours internationally.
Luna Di Mauri — Chile
Di Mauri is the oldest queen in the competition, but just means she’s more experienced. While her official Instagram account is private, you can follow her on Facebook.
Marie Laveau — Puerto Rico
Noel García is a man with a very, very sexy beard, and his drag persona, Marie Laveau, is very fierce. He’s also a photographer and makeup artist. Follow his Instagram — if you’re not afraid of falling in love!
Luz Violeta — Chile
?besos! Que tengan una hermosa semana chiquill@s ?? les dejo una fotito de un tiempito que tomamos con un@s amig@s que amo! ?hermos@s y super pro #amo ?? Vestuario: @marce.labra_costumer Maquillaje: @cinthyamakeuphair Fotografia: @danielduartealdao #gay #gaywork #chile?? #amo #gracias #trabajo #power #energia #gay #vida #makeup #gaywork #work #chile #Santiago #cambios #reinventarse #contruir #crear #luzvioleta ❤#drag? #queen #hairstyle
Luz Violeta was the winner of the first season of The Switch and she’s returned to defend her crown. When not in drag, he is a radio host for injuv.fm as well as an LGBT activist and comedian.
Miss Leona — France
Miss Leona Winter is a fabulous French queen. According to her Instagram profile, she is Miss E.U. and Latina Continental 2017.
Pavel Arámbula — Mexico
Pavel won the third season of the Mexican TV Show Parodiando. He’s considered the best Diva impersonator, having imitated Thalia and Gloria Trevi, among others.
Sofia “Sabélo” Camará — Argentina
The Argentine diva Sofia Camara, is the number one queen in Argentina, and she’s got plans to steal the crown at all costs. Check out her Youtube channel and watch her succeed.