Photos: Queens rule the night at Fierce & Feminine Drag Show

(Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Jenna Telz is Kelowna’s first full-time drag queen and graced the Orchard House Theatre on May 30 and host and performer at the YES Project’s Fierce & Feminine drag show. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Jenna Telz served up comedy and glamour for the crowd at the YES Project’s drag show, working her strut across the room as she earned those tips. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
John Mellart was pretty in pink for his drag queen debut at Orchard House Theatre during the Fierce & Feminine drag show. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Stella Nova (Hussain Sattar) wasn’t afraid to show off her assets during her debut performance at the Fierce & Feminine drag show. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Stella Nova (Hussain Sattar) blows a kiss to the adoring crowd following a legendary drag debut. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
John Mellart was working it as he strutted the stage during his debut drag performance. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
John Mellart hits the crowd with some shoulder action, showing off his sensuous side at the Fierce & Feminine drag show. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)

RuPaul herself would be gasping out at the talent of the drag queens that performed at the Fierce & Feminine Drag Show on May 30.

The evening, which was hosted in Penticton’s Orchard House Theatre, was organized by the YES Project to fundraise for Penticton’s Youth Centre and Foundry Penticton. Dancers, established drag queens and up-and-comers all took the stage to flaunt their stuff and earn that money.

The crowd was eating up the performances and living for the comedy and style of all those who braved the stage.

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