The second season of Drag Race España is nigh, and besides featuring a sweat-inducing, packed-to-the-brim, 12-member pit crew, the Spanish version of the beloved reality drag competition also features some of the most sickening queens in the world — and this season is surely no exception!
With Supremme de Luxe returning as host, World of Wonder just unveiled the entire cast recently in a Meet the Queens video, and from the looks of who the competitors are, we're going to be in for a lot of fierce gameplay.
Scroll thru to meet the queens of Drag Race España season 2, and learn more about them from their official descriptions! Drag Race España season 2 premieres March 27 on WOW Presents Plus.
Very creative, modern, and a Drag Race fan — she originally "introduced" Drag Race to Spain through reviews and recaps on her YouTube channel and was the host for Drag Race favorite Aquaria on her tour of Spain. She is both competitive and a perfectionist, talkative and contested, and won’t back down in the face of injustices. She also has a lot of wigs (she says almost 80) and a lot of costumes. She’s very versatile and creative, and even makes her own cosplay. She is one of the best known drag queens in Spain.
An LGTBIQ+ activist, she sings, acts, dances, and has a killer lipsync. She is a social butterfly and can do a perfect death drop. She has lived in the Dominican Republic, Spain, Germany, France and Australia; and says she has the flavor of the Dominicans, the strength of the maños, the discipline of the Germans, the class of the French and the eccentricity of the Australians.
Jota Carajota is one of those fascinating people that nobody wants to stop looking at and listening to. "No one is more diverse than me: I am a gypsy, bisexual, trans-non-binary, Martian drag queen and folkloric person," says Jota. Jota is talkative, talented, unique and stunning with a very personal style.
Not only does Juriji sing and dance; she acts, she sews, and she performs. She is quite educated and talented — having been selected for both the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, and to perform at Madame Arthur in Paris. She is a very special drag queen with a great sense of humor, and a style that goes beyond the norm.
Samantha Ballentines is an Andalusian Comedy Queen with a quick-wit and competitive personality. Her makeup is her trademark and she says that she loves to wear "very polished" makeup and look pretty, but it is exaggerated and striking. She is the ex- and drag mother of The Macarena, a queen from Drag Race España S1. She says that she has come to Season 2 to claim the site of San Fernando (Cádiz) in Drag Race since The Macarena was the 1st to be eliminated in her season.
Sharonne is a professional on the stage — she sings, she acts, and she dances, and has a comical sense of humor. Her drag inspiration is 70s and 80s diva, complete with Hollywood elegance and disco shine. She loves to stay busy and throughout quarantine, launched a TikTok with classic celebrity impression videos to keep herself entertained.
Sethlas is the only drag queen of the Drag Gala of the Carnival of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria who has won the throne twice. She is a very conceptual drag queen— one of her main sources of inspiration comes from religion. With a modern and sexy style, Sethlas has become well-known in the national drag scene as a great dancer with a very dynamic and cheerful personality.