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'Canada's Drag Race' Now Is Scouting For Runway Talent For Their Second Season

Got what it takes to be a superstar? Well, you're in luck because Canada's Drag Race is looking for you!

The Canadian TV show that streams on Crave Canada is currently scouting new talent for their upcoming second season and applications are open right now.

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"Queens of the North, come through! Canada's Drag Race

The show is calling all "queens of the north" to audition for the coveted show and asks only that you bring the heat.

"Do you have what it takes to be Canada’s next drag superstar?  Show us your charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent for your chance to stomp the Canada’s Drag Race runway!" they said on the website.

The television show was voted best-unscripted series of the year by Playback

What's more, they said that it was not only a viral hit with viewers on Crave Canada but that it "turned the spotlight on the Canadian drag scene." 

This is a long time coming for Canada since the first-ever Canadian contestant, Brooke Lynn Heights, was featured on RuPaul's Drag Race in 2019.

If that wasn't enough, Canada's Drag Race was the first show to have Heights, an 'alum of the franchise', become a permanent host. This is after being the runner up in season 11 of RuPaul's Drag Race, according to Out.

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