Miss Premier International will be held March 24-25, 2018. As in years past, registration and interview will be held the night before the public portion of the pageant at R Place on Capitol Hill, and the pageant itself will be held the following night at Jet City Improv in the University District.
Please join us in congratulating Pearl Teese for taking the crown and the title at this year's Miss Premier International Pageant!
Pearl resides in San Francisco, where she is a professional mental health advocate, performer and community activist.
If you were in our audience this year, you were treated to a next-level competition between seasoned professionals that had the crowd on their feet. Out of a possible total score of 1000, only 12 points separated first and second place.
Celys St. James forms a chapter of the House of Black in Seattle. It rapidly expands to include Amora Dior Black, Iyona Bonet Black, Freedom Rights, Connie Hung St James, Jada Essence Black, James Majesty, Apollo Dior Black, and EC. The house is dedicated to bringing Southern-style drag to the Pacific Northwest.
Celys launches the Miss Premier pageant system, dedicated to helping identify and develop talented female impersonators from around the country. Our first pageant is held at Neighbours Nightclub in Seattle.
Miss Premier is re-christened as Miss Premier International to reflect the serious prize package and level of dedication required to win the crown. The pageant moves to its current home at Jet City Improv in Seattle's University District.
Pearl Teese of San Francisco becomes our first out of state Queen.
Miss Premier would also like to thank the local community for their support over the years. Without the help of volunteers and our reigning queen, we couldn't do it every year!