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Mistress Isabelle Brooks Adopts Sugar & Spice As Her Drag Daughters

Sugar; Mistress Isabelle Brooks; Spice
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The RuPaul's Drag Race season 15 stars are now a part of the same drag family.

From foes to family!

RuPaul's Drag Race is once again bringing families together. This time, though, it's more of an unusual story. Season 15 drag veteran Mistress Isabelle Brooks has announced that she's adopted costars Sugar and Spice as her drag daughters. In addition, it appears that Malaysia Babydoll Foxx has joined this drag family in a stepmother role.

Brooks wrote on Instagram:

"Getting the opportunity to expand my drag family has been the greatest unexpected blessing to come from my time on RuPaul's Drag Race. You all know what drag family means to me, so just know I don't play when it comes to my daughters. I love you both Sugar and Spice and I'm so proud of all of your accomplishments and that I get to experience this moment in time with you both... we are changing DRAG and leaving our mark! I'll just say this... we come from a family of legends and trendsetters. #DemDamnDavenports #BrooksDynasty (P.S. we know the twins are a handful so I will give them to their stepmom Malaysia when they wear me out)."

In the comments section, both Sugar and Spice reacted to Brooks' announcement that they're joining her drag family. Sugar wrote, "I'm crying. Chosen family forever. Love u mama!" Spice commented, "MOTHERS. We don't have to pretend we hate each other anymore!!"

On Twitter, Brooks also retweeted a Pop Crave post about her adopting Sugar and Spice. Sugar replied to the retweet, "Sugar Brooks has a nice ring to it."

In the meantime, Spice retweeted the Pop Crave post and acknowledged that Foxx is now also a motherly figure to the twins. Spice wrote:

"It's crazy to think that Mistress is legit the same age as me and Sugar. Malaysia is MOTHER too! Love this fierce family foursome <33"

Old-school and new-school of drag combined into a single drag family! We're already obsessed.

RuPaul's Drag Race season 15 airs Fridays on MTV.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

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