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|'Dragnique' finale on Friday to crown Atlanta's next drag diva|
|by Bo Shell|
|February 17, 2011 17:36|
Dragnique ends Friday night with the crowning of Atlanta's next drag superstar, and I'm kind of bummed to see the end of a fun weekend tradition.
When the incomparable drag legend Charlie Brown launched a “Drag Idol” series at his cabaret in Underground Atlanta, and eventually WETbar (which is now Primal), the scene gained greater interest with a viewer friendly format. It was kind of like a live reality show, where each week queens were dealt a drag challenge and the audience ultimately decided the winner.
(Photo: Janelle Brooks (right) takes on Gunza Blazin' in Friday's Dragnique finale on Friday, Feb. 18)
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