Olá, olá, olá! The cast of Drag Race Brasil is finally here.

The long-awaited Brazilian edition of the Emmy-winning competition series will host 12 queens from across the country, who will compete in various challenges and lip-syncs for a cash prize and the title of ‘Brazil’s Next Drag Superstar’.

It will be the first series in the ever-expanding Drag Race franchise to be in Portugese, as well as the fourth series in the Americas region after the US, Chilean, Canadian and Mexican series.

Drag Race Brasil will be hosted by Grag Queen.

In 2021, she memorably conquered the first season of Queen of the Universe, winning $250,000 (converted to just under 1.4 million Brazilian Real) – the highest ever total for a drag-centric competition series.

Paramount Plus confirmed Grag Queen as the host on their socials in July with a fierce promotional photo, with the star commenting (translated to English): “THAT’S RIGHT! The Queen of the Universe is the host of the first #DragRaceBrasil in HISTORY! […] Warm up your engines and your hearts!”

She continued: “The world will celebrate that BRAZILIAN excellence!”

Drag Race Brasil, executive produced by RuPaul, Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato and Tom Campbell, premieres 30 August on WOW Presents Plus in the UK.

Check out the fierce cast below, in addition to their official bios.

Aquarela, 26 (Belo Horizonte, MG)

“Aquarela is a drag queen from Minas Gerais who seeks to deliver versatility in her montages and performances. Due to an exaggerated look, Aquarela is seen as a “gourmet clown,” a trait apparent through stunning makeup and an unpredictable personality.”

Betina Polaroid, 46 (Rio de Janeiro, RJ)

“Flash and pose! A photographer, Betina Polaroid has now come out from behind the camera to throw herself on stage and screen as a drag queen, decked out in vintage and rock star print.”

Dallas de Vil (Campinas, SP)

“Dallas is a pop DJ who teleports any dance floor into the future. This multi-talented artist is a progressive activist, and believes in entertainment as a platform for revolution.”

Diva More, 42 (Armação dos Búzios, RJ)

“Diva More is defined by beauty, fashion and a lot of clowning! She lives in a fantasy and is the queen of the green screen.”

Hellena Malditta, 23 (Salvador, BA)

“Hellena is a versatile Queen with an acidic sense of humor and a unique elegance that transitions between beauty and monstrosity.”

Melusine Sparkle, 26 (São José do Rio Preto, SP)

“Melusine Sparkle is a drag performer who explores art in a playful and unique way, transporting all who watch her to the fantasy world in which she lives.”

Mirando Lebrão, 33 (Rio de Janeiro, RJ)

“Miranda Lebrão is a visual artist from Rio de Janeiro, defined by debauchery, drama and the infinite capacity of transformism.”

Naza, 22 (Ribeirão Preto, SP)

“Naza is a combination of authenticity, boldness and, of course, a touch of trouble. She’s a fun girl that’s full of enthusiasm, but when the conversation turns serious, she never holds back. Turn on the turbo mode, because whoever is too slow will be left behind.”

Organzza, 30 (Rio de Janeiro, RJ)

“Drag performer and visual artist, Organzza mixes Afrofuturism with Carnival. Organzza is inspired by the artistic expressions of a child who plays while making art.”

Rubi Ocean, 30 (Brasília, DF)

“Rubi is a drag queen passionate about fashion and sewing. Their experiences in the artistic scene of the Brazilian cerrado reverberate in an authentic and meaning-laden expression!”

Shannon Skarllet, 24 (Rio de Janeiro, RJ)

“She exudes beauty! Shannon Skarllet is a visual artist who mixes beauty, dancing and a lot of drama. Make no mistake, she has what it takes to win you over.”

Tristan Soledade, 34 (Belém, PA)

“Daughter of the darkness of the north, Tristan Soledade is part of the Thematic Art Movement and uses drag art to expose the insurgencies of the LGBTQIAPN+ community in the northern part of the country.”