'Queen of the Universe' Contestants: All the Queens Taking Part in the Paramount+ Show

After almost 10 months of waiting, the international drag-singing competition Queen of the Universe is finally here. The RuPaul-produced series is available to stream now exclusively on Paramount+.

Irish TV presenter and comedian Graham Norton, who serves as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race UK, hosts the competition and will be joined by judges Leona Lewis, Michelle Visage, Trixie Mattel, Vanessa Williams. The winning Queen will take home the cash prize of $250,000 and the title of Queen of the Universe.

Think Eurovision meets Drag Race All Stars, Newsweek has everything you need to know about the Queens taking part in Queen of the Universe.

Meet the 'Queen of the Universe' Contestants

Ada Fox — U.S.

Ada Fox, 36 is a drag Queen from San Antonio, U.S.

Ada is no stranger to singing in front of a live audience and judges, having already performed on American Idol.

Instagram: @adavox, Twitter: @adavox

Aria B. Cassadine — U.S.

Aria B. Cassadine, the 2018 winner of Miss Gay Black America, is hoping to add Queen of the Universe to her list of winning titles.

Instagram: @ariabcassadine, Twitter: @ariabcassadine

Betty Bitschlap — Denmark

Danish Queen Betty Bitschlap is no stranger to the main stage, performing in and out of drag as part of her day job.

Instagram: @betty_bitschlap

Chy'enne Valentino — U.S.

Chy'enne Valentino can do it all. Not only can she sing, but Chy'enne is also a successful baker, running her own bakery Pound Your Cakes.

In 2018, Chy'enne competed in Miss Continental Plus as well as in American Idol.

Instagram: @chyennev, Twitter: @ChyValentino

Gingzilla — Australia

Just like Chy'enne and Ada Fox, 7-foot-tall Gingzilla is also no stranger to the big stage, having competed in Season 14 of America's Got Talent and The X Factor UK.

Sadly, she did not make it through to the live shows in both competitions but hopefully, she will have more luck with the judges of Queen of the Universe.

Instagram: @Gingzilla, Twitter: @Gingzilla

Grag Queen — Brazil

Grag Queen is a social media personality and talented singer from Brazil.

Instagram: @gragqueen, Twitter: @gragqueen

Jujubee — U.S.

RuPaul's Drag Race All Star's favorite Jujubee is competing in Queens of the Universe.

Her rivals better watch out, she is well-known for being lip-sync assassin, comedian, recording artist, makeup artist all in one, not to mention she can sing.

Instagram: @jujubeeonline, Twitter: @jujuboston

La Voix — U.K.

London-based Queen La Voix will have no problem performing in front of Drag Royalty. After all, she has encountered real-life royalty in the past, coming face to face with the British royal family.

She is also well known for making it to the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent alongside the London Gay Big Band in 2014.

Instagram: @lavoixtheshow, Twitter: @lavoixtheshow

Leona Winter — France

Leona Winter will be a force to be reckoned with in Queen of the Universe. After all, she is a countertenor baritone with a three-octave voice that's often called "très jolie" by her fans.

She achieved worldwide recognition after making it as a semi-finalist on The Voice and for winning The Switch, Chile's version of Drag Race.

Instagram: @leonawinterofficiel, Twitter: @OfficielLeona

Matante Alex —Canada

Mantante Alex has a special talent to bring to Queen of the Universe—yodeling.

Instagram: @matante.alex, Twitter: @matantealex

Novaczar — U.S.

Novaczar is the youngest queen in the competition but not only is she opera-trained, she can also do rock and musical theater.

Instagram: @novaczar

Rani Ko-HE-Nur — India

Rani Ko-He-Nur is well known worldwide, having appeared in countless magazines such as Vogue India, Cosmopolitan, and Elle. She's also made it to the Forbes 30 under-30 list and now, she's ready to take the crown of Queen of the Universe.

Instagram: @sushantdivgikr

Regina Voce — Mexico

Mexican Queen Regina Voce has over 30 years of stage experience and previously performed in the Cirque Du Soleil.

Outside of drag, Voce works as a vocal coach and will definitely be showing off her talents in Queen of the Universe.

Instagram: @anuarkurioficial, Twitter: @reginavocedrag

Woowu — China

Woowu is a self-taught singer, inspired by the likes of Christina Aguilera, Cher, and Patti LaBelle.

By taking part in Queen of the Universe. Woowu is hoping to not just shine a light on the growing drag scene in China but also to break barriers, she told Paramount+.

Instagram: @woowu_eli

Queen of the Universe is streaming on Paramount+ now.

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The Queens competing in "Queen of the Universe." Paramount+