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Miss CW Contestant: Nikki Steele



Nikki Steele has been a performer since the age of 15, with more than 12 years of experience as a drag queen. She enjoys the glitz, glamour, and celebrity with being a drag queen; however, more importantly enjoys the creative outlet drag allows her.

In her early drag career, Nikki performed for many youth events throughout the Salt Lake Valley to benefit the GLBT youth, also making an appearance on the television show Ricki Lake. Since then she has performed at dance clubs such as Bricks, Axis, Sound, Pure, Fusion, and Karumba. Most recently, Nikki was awarded the title of Imperial Crown Princess IX of the Imperial Rainbow Court of Northern Utah, a non-profit organization whose main purpose is to raise funds for various organizations such as the Cancer Society, the Utah Aids Foundation, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.


Watch Nikki Steele on the Ricki Lake Show