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“Don’t give up”: Shangela reveals biggest thing she learned on Drag Race

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Shangela has revealed the biggest life lesson she learned after competing in RuPaul’s Drag Race three times. During a show stopping performance at Miami Beach Pride on 16 April, the star stopped to talk to the crowd several times. “I am so happy to be here tonight on this very stage celebrating our individuality, celebrating our special qualities, celebrating the uniqueness – as Beyoncé would say, ‘unique’ – the uniqueness of the LGBTQIA+ community!

Yes!” she told the packed crowd early on in her number. From A Star is Born to Dancing with the Stars, Shangela also reflected on some of her biggest career moments while chatting with the audience.

Responding to one fan who shouted “robbed” as she spoke about Drag Race, she said: “I appreciate you, but let me tell you something.

If one thing RuPaul’s Drag Race has taught me about life it’s that – take this in your own life – for everything you go after in life, you can feel that you are the most prepared, you can be the one that should be at the top, but you might not win bitch!

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