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Queen of the Universe Season 2 Release Date: Who Are the Cast Members in It?

Season 2 of Queen of the Universe will include the return of the Vocal Olympics of Drag with the addition of ten new queens from all across the world. The new season of the singing competition features contestants from nine different countries: Italy, Brazil, Mexico, the Philippines, the Netherlands, Israel, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The winner takes home $250,000 and the honor of representing their country on the international stage.

Among the returning competitors are Aura Eternal (the runner-up from Season 2 of Drag Race Italy) and Love Masisi (the winner of Season 2 of Drag Race Holland). You’ve probably seen videos of California’s Militia Scunt and pageant icon Miss Continental Jazell Barbie Royale performing “He Loves Me 2” online. Both of them are American representatives.

After a contentious first season that featured American Idol star Ada Vox and Drag Race legend Jujubee, Brazil’s Grag Queen emerged victorious. Mel B joins returning judges Trixie Mattel and Michelle Visage as well as newcomer Vanessa Williams for season 2.

Queen of the Universe Season 2 Release Date

According to Deadline, season two of “Queen of the Universe” has here. On Friday, March 31, 2023, Paramount+ will once again hold the world’s toughest drag competition, in which each drag queen will perform a brand-new musical performance in front of a live audience and a “Pop Dival Panel” of judges.

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This year’s competition has royalty from ten different countries, including the United States, Mexico, Brazil, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Israel, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Australia.

Country Release Date
United States March 31, 2023
Canada March 31, 2023
United Kingdom March 31, 2023
Australia March 31, 2023
India March 31, 2023
Germany March 31, 2023
France March 31, 2023
Spain March 31, 2023
Italy March 31, 2023
Japan March 31, 2023

Queen of the Universe, hosted by Graham Norton and executive produced by RuPaul, features a variety of talented artists from around the world competing head-to-head in singing challenges designed to showcase their range.

This year’s judges, Michelle Visage, Trixie Mattel, and Vanessa Williams, are all back to hand out the $250,000 prize. There will also be Mel B there to take Leona Lewis’ place after Season 1.

Queen of the Universe Season 2 Cast Members: Who Are in It?

Aura Eternal (Italy)

As a natural Italian speaker, Aura Eternal has already proven her awful talent by placing in the top 3 on the second season of Drag Race Italy. Aura is ready to show the world that her singing skills are just as impressive as her stunning beauty, and she plans to become a global sensation as the next drag queen sensation.

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Chloe V (Brazil)

Chloe V knows she has big shoes to fill after Brazil’s past season’s Queen of the Universe winner. She knows that no one else in the tournament can beat her, though, because of her powerful voice and outrageously good looks that would turn a drag queen green with envy.

Jazell Barbie Royale (United States)

It’s time for Jazell Royale to step into the spotlight and show the world that she’s more than just a lovely beauty who has won multiple beauty pageants. But, she believes that the Queen of the Universe stage will allow audiences to remember her most precious asset—her voice—rather than her many awards or viral videos, which have helped to make her famous in the United States.

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Love Masisi (Netherlands)

Following a fascinating life spent in a variety of different countries, Love Masisi is happy to now call the Netherlands home. After having previously appeared on season 2 of Drag Race Holland, they are ready to show the world their passion for music and spread a message of hope and love to the entire world.

Maxie (Philippines)

Although Maxie is already a household name in the Philippines as a leading performer and LGBTQ rights activist, she is now about to take the world by storm with her incredible singing talent. Though she has been a fixture on American television screens since she was a youngster, she has never left the nation. With her objective in sight, she is now ready to take the stage as Queen of the Universe.

Militia Scunt (United States)

In California, Militia Scunt is already a household name because of her edgy drag persona and powerful singing voice, and she has global ambitions. She believes she has what it takes to win the competition and bring the trophy back to the United States since she is a “triple threat,” or talented in three areas: singing, dancing, and fashion. Period.

Miss Sistrata (Israel)

To the beauty section, Miss Sistrata! This former soldier is ready to take the stage as Queen of the Universe like a true diva. The combination of her impressive singing voice and stunning good looks has spectators begging for more, so she’s all set to leave her mark on the competition.

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Taiga Brava (Mexico)

From the balmy waters of Cancun, Taiga Brava makes her way to the spotlight, where she hopes to wow the crowd with her booming voice and breathtaking drag. With her upbeat personality and unflappable self-assurance, she has what it takes to win the crown for Mexico once again.

Trevor Ashley (Australia)

Trevor Ashley has been performing as a drag queen in Australia for over 20 years now, making him an experienced and accomplished performer. This is the Down Under diva’s first televised singing competition, despite her many professional triumphs (including winning the Aussie Tony Award).

Viola (United Kingdom)

Viola, at 19, is the youngest contestant, but she is not to be underestimated. She is a talented musician who has worked hard all her life to achieve this opportunity. This newcomer to the drag scene is ready to show the world how bright she can be.

Queen of the Universe Age Rating

The TV-MA rating indicates that Queen of the Universe is intended for an adult audience and may not be appropriate for those under the age of 17. This show could have strong language, sexual content, or violent images.

Where to Watch Queen of the Universe Season 2?

Season 2 of Queen of the Universe has finally returned. The hardest competition in the world, in which each drag queen delivers a brand-new musical performance in front of a live audience and a “Pop Dival Panel” of judges, will return to Paramount+ on Friday, March 31.


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