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Abhora is not to be confused with A'Whora

Abhora is an American drag queen, performer, illustrator, and one of the Season 2 contestants of The Boulet Brothers' Dragula.

They later appeared on the first season of The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Titans, returning to fight for the title of the first Titan. They placed 7th.

Drag Name Origin[]

"Abhora" comes from the name of Adora, a Miami drag queen which Abhora represents the "evil" version of.

Drag Family[]

Season 3 contestant Priscilla Chambers is Abhora's drag sister. Thus, they are the drag aunt of all of Priscilla's drag daughters. Evah Destruction is their drag mother.

Track Record(s)[]

Statistics Dragula
Season 2
Season 1
Placement: 4th Place 7th Place
(Orig. 10th Place)
Main Challenges Won: 1 (Ep. 6) 0
Mini Challenges Won: 0 0
Times as Team Captain: 0 0
Times in Bottom: 3 (Eps. 4, 5, 6) 3 (Eps. 1, 3, 5)
Episode Eliminated: Episode 8 Episode 1, 5
Melted with water Dropped into
the Oblivion

Memorable Quotes []

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Season 2[]

  • "You're not a monster though!" (to Biqtch Puddin)
  • "You flicked me in the dick, right in front of my boyfriend." (to Biqtch Puddin)
  • "My bananas exploded on my necklace, so I'm covered in banana jizz."

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Titans[]

  • "Oh, y’all wanted a twist? Pack it up, spooky bitches! The pageant queen has arrived." (entrance quote)
  • "I'm ready to let you all fucking have it !"
  • "She twirled and swirled. I don't need to hear anything else." (talking about Erika Klash in Episode 1)
  • "My wig evaporates for a second time this week."
  • "Acting is believing... Line ? Line ?"

Trivia []

  • He is the second ever contestant to win a main challenge and be on the bottom on the same episode, the first being Dragula Season 1 winner Vander Von Odd. However, Abhora was placed in the bottom for being considered "sloppy" by half of the judging panel, whereas Vander volunteered to be a part of the bottom to prove herself to the Boulet Brothers.
  • Their extermination reenactment "murder" is a reference to the death of the fairy tale character "Wicked Witch of the West" from Wizard of Oz.
  • Their drag mother is Season 3 and Titans co-contestant Evah Destruction, and their drag sister is Season 3 contestant Priscilla Chambers.
  • In May 2019 Abhora won the inaugural Drag Queen of the Year Pageant, organized by Alaska and hosted by Jackie Beat with judges including Gia Gunn, Peppermint, Jiggly Caliente, Willam, Nicole Byer and Landon Cider. They received a $10,000 prize.[6]
    • Due to the 2020 pageant being cancelled due to the pandemic, Abhora ended up reigning for two years.
  • Abhora joins Priscilla Chambers from Season 3 and Sigourney Beaver from Season 4 as contestants who placed in the bottom in all 3 of their final competitive episodes on their seasons.
    • However, on Season 2 Abhora placed in the bottom on all 4 of the final competitive episodes.
  • In Titans Season 1, Abhora was the first monster...
    • be eliminated in a new format.
    • return in the same season after being eliminated.
    • be up for elimination more than one time (Episode 1 and Episode 3).
    • be first victim of Curse, being given a disadvantage in the floorshow. Erika won the Fright Feast challenge and earned the right to make Abhora performing bald in the second floorshow.
    • be eliminated twice within the same season.
    • be eliminated three times.
  • In Titans Season 1, Abhora's costume in the first floorshow of Halloween House Party was shown as "???" due to its inability to clearly present the character. They described during the judging that they wanted to make an "Alien" costume.
    • Ironically, in a Horror Sci-Fi Floorshow, Abhora struggled to make the design fit the theme, despite being fashionable. By the record, they were placed in the bottom both times when they participated in alien-themed floorshows.
    • Abhora's choices for the alien theme were avian-based designs; a mutated chicken-human and an Angel-Eating Cosmic Horror.


The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Season 2[]

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Season 2 Looks[]

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Titans Season 1[]

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Titans Season 1 Looks[]



Web Series[]

  • (2017) The Boulet Brothers' DRAGULA, on Season 2
  • (2018) Transformations

Music Videos[]

  • "Natural Selection (Ghotemate Remix)" (2018) by Alice Glass

External Links[]