Dreuxilla Divine

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Dreuxilla Divine (born January 12, 1974, in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican drag queen character on television. Divine has gained major popularity as a drag performer both in Puerto Rico and eastern United States cities such as New York and Miami. She is also a comedian, a pageant host and a fashion critic.

Dreuxilla Divine
Born (1974-01-12) January 12, 1974 (age 43)
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Occupation Television actor

Divine has been featured in various television related articles and covers of several show-biz magazines, such as: Vea, Teve Guía, Colony Magazine, and recently in a centerfold of daily newspaper Primera Hora.

Until recently, Dreuxilla was the host of a daily television variety show, opposite Puerto Rican journalist Milly Cangiano, titled: "Sacando Chispas" (Extracting Sparks), created by Puerto Rican television producer Luisito Vigoreaux and broadcast by Televicentro in Puerto Rico and cable network WAPA America located in Springfield, Massachusetts throughout the United States. It was broadcast live in the afternoon, and repeated on tape, late night. It has been acknowledged by television audiences nationwide and internationally. As of December 31, 2008, Dreuxilla was unemployed. However, Divine is known to often make appearances in TV shows and interviews, as well as being the occasional host of parties, awards, and the like.

From July 12–15, 2007, Dreuxilla was one of the star MC's of the yearly event Las Fiestas de la Bahía, (The Bay Parties) in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The identity of the male comedian that embodies Dreuxilla Divine is still a very well kept secret. As of 2013, she co-hosts the popular television show Pegate al Medio Dia.

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