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Palmerston North is set to host the biggest drag show in the Central North Island when Palmy Drag Fest returns this September, featuring some of the biggest names in local, national, and international drag. Aiming to make Palmerston North Aotearoa’s Capital of Drag, the festival's producer Henrique Beirão moved to...
RuPaul's DragCon LA might as well be cancelled because Drag Race Down Under winner Kita Mean can't go due to last minute visa issues! Luckily Los Angeles' loss is our gain, and RuPaul's favourite antipodean queen will be hosting Family Bar tonight! This weekend will be packed at Family with Miss...
When it was first announced that RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under would be filmed in Auckland it was beyond our wildest dreams that one of the three competing Kiwi queens could take the crown from one of the seven Aussies. But Kita Mean did it! Our winner discusses the...
The pop-punk extravaganza was filmed at Kita's own business Phoenix Entertainment on Wednesday 9 June. Click here to check out the wild video! Kita Mean co-wrote the bop with Kiwi producer Steven Malone and the video was directed by her friend Kermath who also worked as an editor on RuPaul's...
For several years we as a community (especially in Auckland) have been divided, both politically and ideologically. But for the past few months, Drag Race Down Under brought us back together, writes Steven Oates. On Saturday night, Kita Mean was crowned the winner of the first season of Rupaul’s Drag...
It's a well-known trade secret that RuPaul's Drag Race films multiple endings where different finalists win the competition so the queens don't truly know who has won until it's announced on air. Kita Mean was meant to be flying to Sydney last weekend to watch Drag Race Down Under's finale...
Kiwi queen Kita Mean has won the first season of RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under! After flying under the radar for the first few episodes, Kita Mean showed exponential growth and enthusiasm for the competition as she flew the flag for Aotearoa after fellow NZ contestants Anita Wigl'it and Elektra...
When three of our very own Kiwi queens were selected for the Down Under edition of RuPaul’s Drag Race, few could have predicted what a wild ride it would be or just how proud they would make us, representing Aotearoa. They collaborate with photographer Peter Jennings at Live Nation’s...

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