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The eighth Ms Drag Ambassador Beauty Queen will be crowned at the Kensington Civic Centre on Saturday 30 November.

The pageant, owned and run under the banner of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation (a registered non-profit organisation), creates a platform for drag and female impersonation to be recognised on a grand scale.

This year’s pageant theme is “Disney Reloaded” and patrons are invited to dress accordingly.

An array of contestants will take to the stage to vie for the title. Audience members will also be treated to spectacular entertainment including performances by drag cabaret artists and DJ Cool J.

“We aim to select a Queen who is a role model, who embodies the values and morals of fairness and impartiality, a healthy respect for the rights of all people within and outside of the boundaries of the Western Cape and South Africa at large, irrespective of creed or colour, religion or affiliation, gender or orientation, disability or vulnerability and who is recognized as an ambassador of her community and LGBTI matters,” says Logan McGregor, the host and owner of the pageant.

McGregor, a multi-beauty pageant title holder, launched the event in 2012. She is a former Ms Mardi Gras National, former Ms Gay Western Cape and the current Ms Diva South Africa.

Today the pageant is one of the highlights on the LGBTI calendar. It also enjoys the support of local heterosexual Kensington communities.

The Kensington Civic Centre has been home to the pageant from the beginning. McGregor, who hails from Kensington, embarked on this project to plough back into the community in which she was raised.

“This gathering signifies the vision of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation, aligning communities and merging our people into a collective population, ignorant and blind to physical differences and preferences which are the causes of disharmony in our communities,” says McGregor.

The pageant is also a platform for fundraising for its beneficiaries. Winners are expected to participate in upliftment of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities and as such, raise funds for the selected beneficiaries.

The primary beneficiary is the KenFac (Kensington/Factreton) Meals on Wheels organisation which feeds more than 200 people in need, daily.

Reigning Queen Adrienne Galagatsi embarked on a food drive of which proceeds will be handed over to the KenFac Meals on Wheels organisation on the night of the pageant.

V Sponsorship offers and any other enquiries may be directed via e-mail to ambassadorsouthafrica@gmail.com.

The eighth Ms Drag Ambassador Beauty Queen will be crowned at the Kensington Civic Centre on Saturday 30 November.

The pageant, owned and run under the banner of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation (a registered non-profit organisation), creates a platform for drag and female impersonation to be recognised on a grand scale.

This year’s pageant theme is “Disney Reloaded” and patrons are invited to dress accordingly.

An array of contestants will take to the stage to vie for the title. Audience members will also be treated to spectacular entertainment including performances by drag cabaret artists and DJ Cool J.

“We aim to select a Queen who is a role model, who embodies the values and morals of fairness and impartiality, a healthy respect for the rights of all people within and outside of the boundaries of the Western Cape and South Africa at large, irrespective of creed or colour, religion or affiliation, gender or orientation, disability or vulnerability and who is recognized as an ambassador of her community and LGBTI matters,” says Logan McGregor, the host and owner of the pageant.

McGregor, a multi-beauty pageant title holder, launched the event in 2012. She is a former Ms Mardi Gras National, former Ms Gay Western Cape and the current Ms Diva South Africa.

Today the pageant is one of the highlights on the LGBTI calendar. It also enjoys the support of local heterosexual Kensington communities.

The Kensington Civic Centre has been home to the pageant from the beginning. McGregor, who hails from Kensington, embarked on this project to plough back into the community in which she was raised.

“This gathering signifies the vision of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation, aligning communities and merging our people into a collective population, ignorant and blind to physical differences and preferences which are the causes of disharmony in our communities,” says McGregor.

The pageant is also a platform for fundraising for its beneficiaries. Winners are expected to participate in upliftment of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities and as such, raise funds for the selected beneficiaries. The primary beneficiary is the KenFac (Kensington/Factreton) Meals on Wheels organisation which feeds more than 200 people in need, daily.

Reigning Queen Adrienne Galagatsi embarked on a food drive of which proceeds will be handed over to the KenFac Meals on Wheels organisation on the night of the pageant.

V Sponsorship offers and any other enquiries may be directed via e-mail to ambassadorsouthafrica@gmail.com.

The eighth Ms Drag Ambassador Beauty Queen will be crowned at the Kensington Civic Centre on Saturday 30 November.

The pageant, owned and run under the banner of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation (a registered non-profit organisation), creates a platform for drag and female impersonation to be recognised on a grand scale.

This year’s pageant theme is “Disney Reloaded” and patrons are invited to dress accordingly.

An array of contestants will take to the stage to vie for the title. Audience members will also be treated to spectacular entertainment including performances by drag cabaret artists and DJ Cool J.

“We aim to select a Queen who is a role model, who embodies the values and morals of fairness and impartiality, a healthy respect for the rights of all people within and outside of the boundaries of the Western Cape and South Africa at large, irrespective of creed or colour, religion or affiliation, gender or orientation, disability or vulnerability and who is recognized as an ambassador of her community and LGBTI matters,” says Logan McGregor, the host and owner of the pageant.

McGregor, a multi-beauty pageant title holder, launched the event in 2012. She is a former Ms Mardi Gras National, former Ms Gay Western Cape and the current Ms Diva South Africa.

Today the pageant is one of the highlights on the LGBTI calendar. It also enjoys the support of local heterosexual Kensington communities.

The Kensington Civic Centre has been home to the pageant from the beginning. McGregor, who hails from Kensington, embarked on this project to plough back into the community in which she was raised.

“This gathering signifies the vision of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation, aligning communities and merging our people into a collective population, ignorant and blind to physical differences and preferences which are the causes of disharmony in our communities,” says McGregor.

The pageant is also a platform for fundraising for its beneficiaries. Winners are expected to participate in upliftment of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities and as such, raise funds for the selected beneficiaries. The primary beneficiary is the KenFac (Kensington/Factreton) Meals on Wheels organisation which feeds more than 200 people in need, daily.

Reigning Queen Adrienne Galagatsi embarked on a food drive of which proceeds will be handed over to the KenFac Meals on Wheels organisation on the night of the pageant.

V Sponsorship offers and any other enquiries may be directed via e-mail to ambassadorsouthafrica@gmail.com.

The eighth Ms Drag Ambassador Beauty Queen will be crowned at the Kensington Civic Centre on Saturday 30 November.

The pageant, owned and run under the banner of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation (a registered non-profit organisation), creates a platform for drag and female impersonation to be recognised on a grand scale.

This year’s pageant theme is “Disney Reloaded” and patrons are invited to dress accordingly.

An array of contestants will take to the stage to vie for the title. Audience members will also be treated to spectacular entertainment including performances by drag cabaret artists and DJ Cool J.

“We aim to select a Queen who is a role model, who embodies the values and morals of fairness and impartiality, a healthy respect for the rights of all people within and outside of the boundaries of the Western Cape and South Africa at large, irrespective of creed or colour, religion or affiliation, gender or orientation, disability or vulnerability and who is recognized as an ambassador of her community and LGBTI matters,” says Logan McGregor, the host and owner of the pageant.

McGregor, a multi-beauty pageant title holder, launched the event in 2012. She is a former Ms Mardi Gras National, former Ms Gay Western Cape and the current Ms Diva South Africa.

Today the pageant is one of the highlights on the LGBTI calendar. It also enjoys the support of local heterosexual Kensington communities.

The Kensington Civic Centre has been home to the pageant from the beginning. McGregor, who hails from Kensington, embarked on this project to plough back into the community in which she was raised.

“This gathering signifies the vision of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation, aligning communities and merging our people into a collective population, ignorant and blind to physical differences and preferences which are the causes of disharmony in our communities,” says McGregor.

The pageant is also a platform for fundraising for its beneficiaries. Winners are expected to participate in upliftment of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities and as such, raise funds for the selected beneficiaries. The primary beneficiary is the KenFac (Kensington/Factreton) Meals on Wheels organisation which feeds more than 200 people in need, daily.

Reigning Queen Adrienne Galagatsi embarked on a food drive of which proceeds will be handed over to the KenFac Meals on Wheels organisation on the night of the pageant.

V Sponsorship offers and any other enquiries may be directed via e-mail to ambassadorsouthafrica@gmail.com.

The eighth Ms Drag Ambassador Beauty Queen will be crowned at the Kensington Civic Centre on Saturday 30 November.

The pageant, owned and run under the banner of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation (a registered non-profit organisation), creates a platform for drag and female impersonation to be recognised on a grand scale.

This year’s pageant theme is “Disney Reloaded” and patrons are invited to dress accordingly.

An array of contestants will take to the stage to vie for the title. Audience members will also be treated to spectacular entertainment including performances by drag cabaret artists and DJ Cool J.

“We aim to select a Queen who is a role model, who embodies the values and morals of fairness and impartiality, a healthy respect for the rights of all people within and outside of the boundaries of the Western Cape and South Africa at large, irrespective of creed or colour, religion or affiliation, gender or orientation, disability or vulnerability and who is recognized as an ambassador of her community and LGBTI matters,” says Logan McGregor, the host and owner of the pageant.

McGregor, a multi-beauty pageant title holder, launched the event in 2012. She is a former Ms Mardi Gras National, former Ms Gay Western Cape and the current Ms Diva South Africa.

Today the pageant is one of the highlights on the LGBTI calendar. It also enjoys the support of local heterosexual Kensington communities.

The Kensington Civic Centre has been home to the pageant from the beginning. McGregor, who hails from Kensington, embarked on this project to plough back into the community in which she was raised.

“This gathering signifies the vision of the Ms Drag Ambassador South Africa Organisation, aligning communities and merging our people into a collective population, ignorant and blind to physical differences and preferences which are the causes of disharmony in our communities,” says McGregor.

The pageant is also a platform for fundraising for its beneficiaries. Winners are expected to participate in upliftment of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities and as such, raise funds for the selected beneficiaries. The primary beneficiary is the KenFac (Kensington/Factreton) Meals on Wheels organisation which feeds more than 200 people in need, daily.

Reigning Queen Adrienne Galagatsi embarked on a food drive of which proceeds will be handed over to the KenFac Meals on Wheels organisation on the night of the pageant.

V Sponsorship offers and any other enquiries may be directed via e-mail to ambassadorsouthafrica@gmail.com.

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