Blair St. Clair Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Boyfriend, Drag Race, Net Worth
Blair St. Clair Biography
Blair St. Clair was born Andrew Bryson. She is an American drag queen and singer. Blair is well known for competing on the tenth season of the reality competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race and on RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars season 5.
She has released some albums like Call My Life, Now or Never, Irresistible, and Easy Love.
Blair St. Clair Age
Blair St. Clair born Andrew Bryson on May 16, 1995, in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S. She is 25 years old as of 2020. She celebrates her birthdays every 16th of May every year.
Blair St. Clair Height
She measures (5feet 9 inches) 1.75 meters tall and weighs 65 kilograms. She has beautiful blue eyes and dark brown hair.
Blair St. Clair Parents
Clair has not talked much about her parents but her mother was the one who gave her the name “St. Clair” she said that she was inspired by the name of the St. Clair Street in downtown Indianapolis.
Blair St. Clair Boyfriend
Though Blair St. Clair has been speaking about how sweet jer boyfriend is, she has not revealed the identity of her prince charming. This information will be updated as soon as it has been provided.
Blair St. Clair Net Worth
St. Clair has an estimated net worth of $4.7K as of 2018. This is based on approximates and not on the exact amount. This information will soon be updated.
Blair St. Clair Twin
There is no known information of St. Clair having siblings nor a twin. This information will soon be updated.
Blair St. Clair Empty
She realized the song “Empty” on April 30, 2020
Blair St. Clair Out Of Drag | Blair St. Clair 2020
St. Clair still participates in Drag Race. She was recently featured on the show RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: Untucked in 2020.
Blair St. Clair Plastic Surgery
Details about the surgery that St. Clair went through is yet to be provided. This information will soon be updated.
Blair St. Clair Vogue
Vogue speaks to the superstar queens at RuPaul’s DragCon
The first series of RuPaul’s Drag Race launched in early 2009 as a cult LGBTQ+ reality TV show with one aim, to find the world’s next drag superstar. 11 years later, and Drag Race has become an international powerhouse. There’s now an American and British version (it’s set to premiere in Australia this year, too); plus merchandise and conventions where fans can join forces, drag up and meet their favorite queens.
RuPaul’s Drag Race has launched the careers of tens of little-known queens to global stardom: former Drag Race alumni Aquaria has graced the pages of Vogue Italia; Valentina has revealed her makeup secrets in an American Vogue beauty tutorial; while Violet Chachki, Detox, and Miss Fame are regularly photographed on fashion’s front rows (Dior and Jean Paul Gaultier seem to be their preferred shows).
2019 saw the UK edition of RuPaul’s Drag Race launch, promising to be a “gritter” version of the polished US show—and it proved popular, boasting a record 6.5 million views on BBC iPlayer after just half the episodes had aired. The Vivienne slew fellow finalists Baga Chipz and Divina De Campo to take the crown; and now it only seems fit that London hosts its first DragCon, welcoming queens from across the continents.
Vogue photographers James Barnett and Poppy French captured all the action at the ultimate weekend of drag and asked each queen what drag means to them in 2020.
What does drag mean to you in 2020?
Blair St. Clair: “This year is a new decade and new decades are inspiring, it’s about new things in life and taking new leaps and bounds.”