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After eight weeks of challenges, catwalks, jokes and performance tests, the Sevillian Carmen Farala has been crowned as the first
Spanish drag superstar
in the first edition in the country of the popular international format
, created in the United States by RuPaul.
A jury made up of the presenter Supremme de Luxe, the designer Ana Locking and the filmmakers Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo decided in the last program broadcast on Sunday night that Farala, 31, would
prize of 30,000 euros
As Atresmedia recalled in a statement published this Monday, the finalists -Killer Queen, Sagittaria and Farala- carried out their most complicated challenge: to offer the jury a dance and voice show that would leave them with their mouths open to be crowned in the great final.
In this final, the contestants were surrounded by all their companions: Arantxa Castilla La Mancha, Dovima Nurmi, Drag Vulcano, Hugaceo Crjiente, Inti, Pupi Poisson and The Macarena, the first participants of the popular reality show that in its thirteen years of life has achieved 19 Emmy Awards.
For eight weeks, the finalists have passed all kinds of tests and
Carmen Farala has managed to win three maxi challenges during the edition
: the tribute to La Veneno, the night of the 1000 Rosalías and the makeover of rugby players.
Produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with Buendía Estudios, the
landed in Spain on May 30 on the Atresplayer Premium platform.
With 13 seasons behind it and several special editions,
RuPaul's Drag Race
, the original version, is
a phenomenon that goes beyond television and has become an event with thousands of followers
around the world and that has launched to stardom. to dozens of artists.
The program has been adapted in countries such as Chile, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Canada and the Netherlands.
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