Drag Race fans are crushing hard on this season 10 queen out of drag


Behind all that charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent, there are some good lookin’ men.

It’s easy to get swept up in the fierceness of our RuPaul’s Drag Race queens, so much so that we sometimes forget that there are actually regular people under all that glamorous makeup and hair.

One thing that helps us remember this fact is social media, where contestants can share details of their everyday lives – it’s also a chance for us to see more of their beautiful faces out of drag, which we’re always thankful for.

While there have been a string of gorgeous men gracing the workroom over the years (and we’re sure you’ve all got your favourites), the contestant that’s really getting fans in a fluster ahead of season 10 is Kameron Michaels.

The 31-year-old hairdresser-cum-drag queen from Nashville, Tennessee describes himself as a “body builder barbie” and his regular thirst traps on Instagram really show off all of his hard work.

Check out some of his hottest photos below.

#mood this week #tbt ????

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????????Dudes in Dresses ???? #boyqueen

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Sunday School ????????‍????????

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????I got mah hairz cut ☺️

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Does this matching set make me look feminine? #fem4fem

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⚫️strategic bird shit ⚪️

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Unsurprisingly, Drag Race fans (and even fellow queens themselves) haven’t been shy when it comes to voicing their admiration for Kameron on social media.

Make sure you tune in to new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race from 22 March to see Kameron in action!

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