Janet Fierce Andrews Death, Obituary: Miss Gay Texas USofA 2018 Died

Janet Fierce Andrews Death
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Janet Fierce Andrews, Former Queen of Texas at Miss Gay Texas USofA 2018 died on September 16, 2023.

Janet Fierce Andrews, a drag performer and transwoman, was an icon in the LGBTQIA+ community. Her vivacious and authentic performances, specializing in Beyoncé and Janet Jackson impersonations, earned her widespread admiration within the drag community. In 2018, Andrews won the Miss Gay USofA title, solidifying her as a revered figure in the LGBTQIA+ community.

Who was Janet Fierce Andrews?

Born and raised in San Antonio, Andrews attended Business Careers High School before moving to Houston to pursue her career in drag performing. Her unique style made her stand out from the traditional drag performers.

Janet Fierce Andrews Obituary

Janet Fierce Andrews left a lasting impact in Houston and beyond. Her legacy of pride and performance continues to inspire and motivate many in the LGBTQIA+ community.

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