Drag is a world wide phenomenon. Rupaul’s Drag Race become so big that lots of queer and non queer pop people are waiting for the next season to start. When we look at Brussels, we all know the drag artists from Chez Mamen, Mademoiselle Cabaret and Benediction.
In this new podcast, we have a fascinating conversation with Jureje. She shares her fascinating story with us. Why did she become a drag? How could she express what she always fell deep inside? How is the Brussels scene?
And we have the honour to share an exclusive about her personal life! We had a great time with her and we hope you will enjoy this new episode of KET Talks!
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