New Drag Race Star Dies In Car Bombing
NEW YORK—The NYPD confirmed today that the star of the show “Drag Race: The Chase” has died in the 1994 bombing of the Baker Street West B.C. hotel. “What a great loss for the show and the entire drag community,” said commissioner Raymond Kelly, who added that the nearly 20-year-old performer was the most popular contestant in the show’s history, and had also won Drag Race’s nearly $1 million annual prize. “This tragedy is a tremendous loss for the entire community, and we will continue to honor his legacy by continuing to broadcast the show’s iconic ‘Drag Race’ stage show.” The NYPD added that it will continue to broadcast the show’s iconic “Drag Race” music video and “Drag Race” reality show, which are both available on their websites.