|Nina Flowers Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||February 22, 1974|
|Spouse||Antonio Purcell de Ogenio|
Nina Flowers is a Puerto Rican drag queen, DJ, activist, professional make-up artist, producer, and reality television personality who appeared as a contestant on the first season of RuPaul‘s Drag Race and finished off her journey as the runner-up. In 2012, she was a part of the first edition of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars and wrapped up her journey on the 9th/10th place.
Jorge Luis Flores Sanchez
Bayamón, Puerto Rico, United States
Denver, Colorado, United States
Drag Queen, DJ, Activist, Professional Make-up Artist, Producer, Reality Television Personality
6 ft or 183 cm
76 kg or 167.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Nina Flowers has dated –
- Antonio Purcell de Ogenio
Race / Ethnicity
- Pouty lips
Nina Flowers Facts
- She spent her childhood years growing up in Puerto Rico.
- In 1989, she started off her career pursuits as a resident DJ at Krash Klub Kafe, one of the most prestigious clubs in the Caribbean.
- Nina Flowers’ career in drag began in March 1993.
- She emerged as the winner of the Miss Puerto Rico Continental as well as Miss City Lights Continental pageants in 1999.
- Her fellow contestants on the first installment of the reality competition television series, RuPaul’s Drag Race, included BeBe Zahara Benet, Ongina, Rebecca Glasscock, Victoria “Porkchop” Parker, and Tammie Brown.
- Nina Flowers has been cast in music videos for songs like Cover Girl and Responsitrannity by RuPaul, Backstabber by Fior, and I Look Fuckin Cool by Adore Delano ft. Alaska Thunderfuck.
- May 29 was proclaimed as “Nina Flowers Day” on May 29, 2009, by John Hickenlooper, the 43rd mayor of Denver, in order to recognize her contributions to the city’s LGBT community.
- Her fellow castmates on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (season 1) included the likes of Chad Michaels, Jujubee, Alexis Mateo, Latrice Royale, Manila Luzon, Tammie Brown, and Pandora Boxx.
- As a musician, Nina Flowers has been a part of tracks such as I’m Feeling Flowers, Rock The Beat, My House, Cafre, De Tin Marin de Do Pingue, Flow, International Superstar, La Bomba, and Dreams.
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