Aquaria, the current reigning queen of RuPaul's Drag Race, announced last night her representation by IMG. The talent management company represents high-caliber LGBTQ talent like Hari Nef, Indya Moore, Chella Man, Tommy Dorfman and Zachary Quinto.
"Linking up with IMG has given me an opportunity to expand my career and my name into all sorts of different markets and career avenues," Aquaria told WWD. Among those outlets is swanky position as entertainment editor for Dazed Beauty, the bi-monthly British style magazine's recently launched community-based platform with the goal of "redefining the language and communication of beauty."
According to WWD, Aquaria will cover runway and editorial modeling, television, acting and makeup. Given her intense Werq the World touring schedule, which runs through the end of Oct, she told WWD she'd need time to figure out the exact details of the beat--noting that she'll focus on more than just the glam goings-on of the life of America's bonafide drag superstar.
"What social movements have I witnessed that I think could use more traction and publicity?" she offered. "I know in the past publications and writers have given me that same love. So I want to share that with other people."