Miz Cracker, Contestant on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars 5,’ Is Actually Tri-Lingual
She’s a woman! Miz Cracker can work her way around a brush and style a wig pretty flawlessly. However, this RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars 5 contestant is actually trilingual and learned her third language from working at a museum in New York City. Here are some fun facts you might not know about this thin, white, and salty drag performer, Miz Cracker.
Miz Cracker is a contestant on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars 5’
She’s back back back back back again! With a new season of All-Stars looming in the distance, RuPaul finally announced the queens set to premiere on this spinoff series. Some of those include Drag Race royalty Jujubee, season 9 finalist Shea Couleé, and one of the fan favorites from season 10, New York’s Miz Cracker.
This drag performer might not have made it to the top four, but she did walk away with a successful YouTube series, “Review With a Jew” and an original show on the World of Wonder’s streaming platform, WOW Presents Plus, “Jewtorials.” (Viewers can also see Miz Cracker cooking up latkes, “friendly sandwiches,” and ravioli in the Bon Appétit test kitchen.) Still, she has a few other hidden talents up her sleeve.
Miz Cracker is a trilingual drag performer
She’s more than just a snack-loving drag performer. For one makeover video with Antoni Porowski of Queer Eye, the food and wine expert asked Miz Cracker what languages she could speak. The drag performer answered that, technically, she can speak three different languages, English, of course, being one of them.
“I speak sh*tty french and I speak Wolof which is the official language, or one of the official languages, of Senegal,” Miz Cracker said during the video with Them. “I used to work for a museum that specialized in African and, particularly, West African art so I was there for work and I had brushed up on my French so that I could speak to people easily and I got there and most of the artists that I was working work spoke the Senegalese language, which is Wolof.”
“Like I would go once a year over for three years and I went that whole time without learning the word ‘no,’ which tells you a lot about me,” she continued. Sometimes Miz Cracker has a chance to showcase her hidden talents, including for Instagram videos taken while in Europe.
Miz Cracker previously appeared on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ season 10
Drag Race fans first met this “Jewish Barbie on bath salts” with the premiere of season 10. There, she showed off her love for comedy and her crafting abilities, or at least tried to, before she was eliminated from the competition. Now, fans are excited to see what she has in store for this upcoming season of All-Stars.
“I feel my fans’ support all of the time, that has been so wonderful every step of the way. I mean, I don’t think anyone would say different,” Miz Cracker said during an interview with Billboard following her elimination.
Episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race are available for binge-watching on VH1.com, while some episodes of the spinoff series, Untucked, are available on World of Wonder’s YouTube channel. Until RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars 5 premieres, fans can watch episodes of season 12, which premiere on a weekly basis on VH1.