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‘Queen Of The Universe’ winner Grag Queen on fighting bigotry and dating herself

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Queen of the Universe (on Paramount+) and is moving on to new adventures. Having wowed with her rollicking “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” and a rousing version of Andra Day’s “Rise Up,” Grag — born Gregory Mohd — has won kudos from fellow drag stars like Alaska Thunderf*ck (“Grag is one of the most technically skilled singers out there, but it’s her stage presence, sense of humor, and charisma that make her an absolute superstar”) and Trixie Mattel (“She’s a star before the song even starts, and then when she begins singing… it’s over, b*tch.”)Grag recently released the five-song Desperta EP and is readying her first album in English, the first sampling being the single “Party Everyday” (which she co-wrote).

The track has already been viewed more than 1.2 million times on YouTube. Grag will also be represented on the Love, Victor soundtrack, coming soon, and is launching a tour of the U.K.

and the U.S. this month. Not only can this queen turn it out onstage, but she is deeply political, especially in response to the raging queerphobia in her native country.

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