Sweet Sensation Sara Andrews On Her Life, Drag Career and Video Games

To see the beautiful young woman bounce into the dressing room at PLAY Dance Bar in a chic sundress and strappy flat sandals, no one would guess Sara Andrews started her drag career as a comedy queen. Much less because she didn’t think she was pretty. “Not that comedy queens can’t be pretty too, but I didn’t think I could pull it off,” she recalls from backstage at her home showbar in Nashville. “So first there was comedy, then I grew into ‘this’,” Sara adds with a laugh.

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