Mid-Missouri Pride

2019 & 2020 pride royalty

Queen Liz Anya

king adrien hart

Regent jennicka fierz

Liz Anya is born and raised in Mid-Missouri and has been doing drag for three years. She prides herself on her upbeat performances and ability to connect with the audience. When she isn’t on stage she can be found spending time with her friends and family or creating most of her drag costumes herself. She has had the opportunity to perform in St. Louis, Kansas City, and Springfield and loves meeting new people wherever she goes.

 

“The shorter the king, the taller the crown. Standing at 4 feet and 11 inches tall, Adrien Hart could not embody that further. Being fairly new to the royal world, he’s your man for a fresh, innovative drag experience. As a long time cosplayer, Adrien officially came into drag in 2019 as yet another means of exploring performance and pushing how far one can change their physical form to adapt to their creative vision. He had attended Mid-MO PrideFest for multiple years previous to joining, and knew he had to give it a shot after witnessing the fun, upbeat energy. He has been rising in the drag world ever since.”

Jennicka is known for her high energy performances and her desire to not look like everyone else. She has held several titles in Columbia, and has been recognized statewide and nationally. She started performing in 2012 at SoCo, in an amateur competition, and won the title of Miss SoCo Drag Off 2012. She went on to compete in various other competitions and system pageants, winning Miss Mid-MO Pride Queen 2012, and Miss Gay City of Columbia America 2013. She then went on to place in the top 10 at Miss Gay Missouri America that year. In late 2018 she won Trinity Taylor’s Missouri Love For the Arts Drag Competition, moving her on to the National Love For the Arts Competition in early 2019, which she also won. She has been a hairstylist for over 10 years, and in 2017 opened her own salon in Jefferson City, called FIERCE! a jfierz salon.

2019 pageant highlights

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