"What we do in Brooklyn doesn’t completely follow the trends of drag. It pushes up against the rules of who’s allowed to do drag and what drag is allowed to look like. Going into the finale — really, the entire show — I wanted to honor and represent that community of drag that I’m a part of and show that with a fighting spirit and a determination to put on great shows, you can succeed. That’s what drag is all about. That’s what Brooklyn drag is all about, for sure. I went into the finale with that intention, so I was very happy it led me to the win"
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