This historic portrait was the brainchild of our current Miss Gay America, Suzy Wong and marks the first time five national drag pageant system title holders have been photographed together.
This year in Orlando, Florida, Suzy brought together five reigning national pageant title
holders from across the country to shoot a commemorative photograph as a
symbol of unity and to wish everyone Happy New Year.
left to right: Sofia Andrews Universal Show Queen, Suzy Wong Miss Gay
America, Jazell Royale Miss Continental, Aurora Sexton Miss US of A,
Alexus Mateo All American Goddess. Photo: Tone Roc Photography.
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Wednesday, December 28, 2016
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS from The MISS GAY AMERICA Pageant! + Entertaining Tips from Suzy Wong + Our New Blog, MGAZINE!
She recorded these tips during a recent interview on Orlando's Pride Radio to promote the historic National Revue show presented by Jazell Barbie Royale at Parliament House featuring performances by the winning 2016 title holders from top 5 national female impersonator pageants in the U.S.
In addition to Suzy, the National Revue line-up included Miss Gay USofA 2016 Aurora Sexton, Miss Continental 2016 Jazell Barbie Royale, Universal Show Queen 2016 Sofia Andrews, All America Goddess 2016 Alexis Mateo. They were all in town for a never before–and gorgeous!–group photo arranged by Suzy. Anticipate!
Below is Suzy at the Pride Radio studios with hosts Connor Kameron and Taylor Tyler + live video of the interview.
Monday, December 19, 2016
The first of the monthly roundups of MGA photos. Here, we have a few from previous months, but going forward, we hope to go month to month. Enjoy!
December 18: Maya Montana, Asia O'Hara & Suzy Wong at their MGA Revue at Sidebar, Key West.
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Friday, December 9, 2016
When not teaching yoga, Oklahoma City's Ryan Tigner is known as soigné female impersonator, Ry'lee Hilton, our own Miss Gay Oklahoma America 2016.
Tigner was recently honored with a Citizen Hero Medal by Oklahoma City's EMSA (Emergency Medical Services Authority) for saving the life of a 50 year old student who collapsed during his yoga class. He was featured on the local TV news and in the local weekly paper, The Oklahoma Gazette and local LGBTQ paper, The Gayly.