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Werq the World

Country: USA, Language: English, 25 mins

  • Producer: Steven Sims; Steven Sims

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With drag races popping up in every country...the question is: Can we have too much drag!?!

OF COURSE NOT...many will scream! Lurking in the background, there may be a silent majority who would disagree.

Look...this is solely for Drag Race superfans.

And...if truth be told, it really is just an incredibly long advertisement for the touring show. Clever idea...making all those dollars roll in...fast and furious!


Trailer... 

The(ir) Blurb...

WERQ THE WORLD is an unprecedented backstage pass and intimate look into the global phenomenon of drag. This new doc-series premiering June 6th on WOW Presents Plus features ten of the most famous Queens in the world as they bring their sickening performances to ferocious fans across Europe. Follow along with each Queen as they share their own personal journeys and unveil the truths about drag life on tour.

Cast & Characters

Aaron Coady
James Leyva
Giovanni Palandrani
D.J. 'Shangela' Pierce
Sang-Young Shin
Reuben Asberry Jr.
Jason Dardo
Alyssa Edwards
Matthew Sanderson
Timothy Wilcots