Miss CW 2013 Contestant: Mae Daye 

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Hey, I'm Mae Daye. I'm a new campy queen who is a huge geek at heart. I put a lot of work into my drag, I am a huge fan of the art form. I taught myself how to do makeup, style/make wigs and I sew all my own outfits. It's really been cutting into my gaming, but my xbox totally understands. I love to perform really unique songs that have a funny twist to them. And as far as my look goes I'd rather be visually interesting than pretty or fishy. I'm very happy to be a new part of the SLC drag scene, there are so many amazing queens in our town, and I am proud to be among them.


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