Taste the Rainbow, a UCLA-based LGBTQ dance team, opens for ''Take A Drag.''
Take A Drag 2019 features special guest The Vixen from season 10 of ''RuPaul’s Drag Race.'' She is known for sparking discourse about racial dynamics among the contestants and the show’s fandom.
The Vixen appears for her second performance with an outfit change.
The Vixen lip-syncs to Sojourner Truth’s ''Ain’t I a Woman?'' speech, which is now recognized as one of the most famous abolitionist and feminist speeches in American history.
Svetlana Zhakitoya, the second performer, lip-syncs to ''Every Baby Needs A Da-Da-Daddy'' by Marilyn Monroe. Her outfit is influenced by burlesque fashion.
Luzviminda, a Filipina drag queen, performs her routine. Her outfit is inspired by Maria Clara, a character in the novel ''Noli Me Tángere'' by José Rizal who represents femininity in Philippine society as influenced by Spanish colonialism.
The two student performers lip-sync to ''Shut Up and Drive'' by Rihanna.
Kevin Medina, the program coordinator of the UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center, gives his closing speech.
Luzviminda and Svetlana Zhakitoya stroll down the stage in celebration. Both student performers were crowned as the victors of the night.