Goth drag diva Jorge Flores also known as Nina Flowers, a top three finalist on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” known for his edgy costumes, tattoos and muscular physique, visited Boston over the weekend to spin at Epic/Roxy last night, according to WickedGayBlog and Mr. Naked Sports.
Here’s what Tony from Mr. Naked Sports writes about his close encounter with Flowers at Machine on Friday, March 13: “He was very friendly to anyone who approached him. He was laughing as he had a few attendees of Machine mimicking her hair dryer commercial from the third episode on ‘RuPaul's Drag Race.’ He was very down to earth, kind and has a great positive attitude!”
Flores, originally from Puerto Rico and currently living in Denver, Colorado, wowed judges last week after winning a vogue mini-battle and then facing off in a drag ball, an event where the finalists had to sport three looks including swimsuit, executive realness and evening wear. Absolut sponsored the ball so each queen had to portray one of the four pre-selected fruits. Flowers did a fierce mango.
Club Cafe, located at 209 Columbus Ave, airs two back-to-back episodes of "RuPaul's Drag Race" at 9 p.m. on Mondays, an event sponsored by Absolut Vodka. Also, finalist Rebecca Glasscock recently made at a guest appearance on Thursday, March 5 at Club Cafe.
Click here for Nina Flower’s MySpace page and here for more on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
UPDATE: Jorge Flores also known as Nina Flowers was second runner-up in the season finale of "RuPaul's Drag Race" behind the fab Bebe, who won "the next drag superstar" crown.