Here Are the Queens Competing on the All-Star Edition of ‘La Más Draga’

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Fan favorites from the La Más Draga franchise are returning for another shot at the crown. The superstar cast of the drag queens was revealed for the first-ever Solo Las Más season.

Before Drag Race México last year, the first reality drag competition in Mexico was La Más Draga. Since 2018, six drag queens have won the title across six seasons. The upcoming Solo Las Más season will be like RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars, with seven queens getting a second chance to compete. A new eighth queen also joins the competition. 

C-Pher is the only queen on the cast who is not from Mexico. She is based in Santiago, Chile. C-Pher was a runner-up on the fourth season.

Georgiana V. hails from San Luis Potosí. She originally competed on the fourth season. Though she didn’t win, Georgiana V. was voted La Más Querida, which is like a Miss Congeniality title.

Gvajardo first competed in the competition Versus Drag Queens: Edición México. The Monterrey native then joined the La Más Draga family during season two. She finished in third place.

Madison Basrey proudly represents Guadalajara. She competed in the third season, where she finished in second place. 

Rudy Reyes also hails from Monterrey. She came in third place in the third season. 

Sirena is another native of San Luis Potosí. She finished in 12th place in the fourth season.

Soro Nasty is the third queen proudly representing Monterrey. During the second season, she came in fifth place. Soro Nasty is the drag daughter of Margaret y Ya, who competed on La Más Draga and Drag Race México.

Velvetine rounds out the queens from Monterrey. She is the new contestant who hasn’t previously competed in La Más Draga. Velvetine is also Soro Nasty’s drag sister.


Last month, Lorena Herrera, Karla Díaz, Maca Carriedo, Lolita Cortés, Alfonso Waithsman, and Luis Torres were announced as the celebrity ensemble for Solo Las Más. The new season will stream on the La Más Draga YouTube channel on March 19.