Thursday, January 6, 2022

SEDERGINNE

Sederginne is full of humor, fun energy and I can guarantee, if you ever get a chance to see this queen, you won't regret it. She's an international drag queen, as a member with the legendary Rotterdam Drag Show, and having been a part of the first season of RuPaul's Drag Race Holland. Sederginne is a pro when it comes to comedy, and I just adore her comic look, smile and style. All strange, weird, and peculiar things in life are magnified and brought to the stage during her shows. She makes an art of telling a fascinating story and turning it into a fun sketch. And would you believe she has been doing drag since the age of 15?  Since she was a wee Sederginne, he wanted to go to acting school, and it was around the age of 8 he saw his first drag show and knew then that he was going to do drag. But 7 years later and Sederginne took his first steps as a drag queen. Sederginne got her name in her career, where her co-workers started calling her "Sederginne", after a Belgian painkiller against headaches, because of her constant talking, she gave them headaches! Full of humor, fun, hilarity, and campy style, she has since gone on to do numerous shows in the Cagelles, La Cafe Aux Folles, and is still a part of the Rotterdam Drag Show with a very talented bunch of queens, where the show travels to Russia, Spain, Ireland, France, and the USA. Not to mention was one of the front runners for weeks on Drag Race till she finally sashayed away. To me she is the epitome of drag. And not to mention adorably hot as hell as a man.

32 comments:

  1. The blue tulip display is one way to show off your flowers and as for the afternoon tea dress.... everything you need for a natter with friends - I won't mention what some ladies used to have under all those hoops.

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  2. I was loving her in drag and then BAM!!! outta drag.
    Yes, ma'am.

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  3. I always wondered what Glinda had under all that skirting. Now I know!
    Two new Queens showed up on the new season of "Worst Cooks in America" ~ on Food Network, Wednesdays --- what a hoot to watch their shenanigans in the kitchen.

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    1. I'll have to check that out, two gay guys or actual drag queens? Now that'd be a hoot!

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  4. Oh, that Mae West look with the fringe!

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  5. Whoa! I'm speechless.

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  6. Another one of Aunt Florence’s friends! This one used to be known as Devie! I had no idea she was so hairy (and cute).

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    1. I so would have had to be to one of those lunches. But I'd go in drag, just to fit in.

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  7. Fabulousness! Her picture with the huge pink hat is giving me Eliza Doolittle rebooted and modernized!

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  8. the name alone is worth the price of admission.

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  9. Wow, that gives a whole new meaning to afternoon tea dress, LOL!

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  10. In or out of drag... fabulous. I prefer out... out of that little swimsuit he's sporting. Grrr. Love the fur. I would stroke him like a tiger... Kizzes.

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    1. I have no doubt you'd stroke him dear.

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  11. Totally impressed in and out of drag...especially out! LOL!

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  12. I tend to agree. Sederginne is what I look for most in a drag queen and when I go to see I show. I adored her antics on the first season of Holland, which was incidentally my first international Drag Race season to watch. She was just a gem.

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  13. Sederginne is a European gem. I think I need the one with her mouth wide open and the huge pink lampshade hat on my greeting cards.

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  14. Yassss! Bitch is campy, fun and not right, and Im here for her henny.

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  15. Love Sederginne's style for drag, and then there is the hot daddy side!?!?!?!?

    That one runaway look, with the Marie Antoinette shirt is genius.

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  16. That beauty paired with the hunky man? I 'll take it!

    Happy New Year Mistress, greeting for Brazil.

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  17. Sederginne never disappoints, and seems to always deliver some exuberant looks.

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    1. I agree, she is the type of queen that would get me interested in drag if I were only just now getting into drag. I have always loved those queens the best.

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  18. Drag Camp with some of it's finest! That pink ensemble is one of my faves. Just a smile from her makes me laugh.

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  19. Comical, hilarity and uproar come from the pictures alone.

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  20. Legitimate conservation organizations are worth supporting. Doing your due diligence to educate yourself as a consumer is also critical. Purchases of counterfeit goods such as designer bags, jewelry, perfume or popular make-up brands (especially on-line) funnels money into global organized crime syndicates, terrorist groups and rogue nations. Poaching rings also operate everywhere, not just in Africa, because there are many animal parts that are highly sought after as aphrodisiacs in Asian medicine. A single black bear gall can fetch as much as $400 Cdn on the black market -- so imagine how much it goes for with overseas Asian buyers! It's also important to support your local Game Wardens and Conservation Officers by using the anonymous TIP phone lines if you witness suspicious activities or poaching. One citizen can also show support by contacting their state, provincial or federal representatives to maintain or increase funding to these agencies for additional officers to patrol the wild areas, conduct undercover investigations and prosecute offenders in order to disrupt or dismantle the sophisticated poaching rings of today!

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    1. Those are all good tips Tundra! Do you have a background in this? I can't stand how humans have such disregard for animals. All humans do is take take take. And people wonder why I like the animal's kingdom better.

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    2. Yes, conservation of wild areas and the animals and plants they support has been a keen interest of mine since childhood. When I was 9, I wrote to the Canadian Wildlife Service for information on how to save the Whooping Crane after seeing a TV ad, LOL! My Dad taught me a lot about wild animals, how to identify their tracks in winter, and how nature should be enjoyed and respected. He wasn't a hunter or fisherman either, but he loved a good beefsteak, LOL!

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  21. Oh crap, I just realized my comments above should have been sent to your elephant conservation blog post! My apologies, LOL!

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    1. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! I just don't know how Sederginne will feel about being called a elephant?!?!?

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  22. Ah yes, Sedergine is a well known medicine here! What a funny name! I love Sederginne's looks. Seems like a lovely person, too!

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