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Alexis P. Bevels, or simply Alexis Bevels, is an American drag performer best known for competing on the first season of Camp Wannakiki where she placed 1st overall and was crowned the first Queen of Camp.

About[]

Alexis P. Bevels is a singing, dancing, twirling queen with a head full of air and a heart full of gold. She began her journey in musical theatre but didn't want to play just one part. She wanted to be the lead and the director... and the costume designer... and the stage manager. That said, she became a full-time drag queen!

You'll find Alexis performing in and around Chicago where she's a member of the Vertical Sideshow burlesque troupe. She describes her comedy as “dad jokes,” her ideal mode of transportation is a scooter and her preferred shoes are actually roller skates. A proud Gryffindor with Hufflepuff tendencies, Alexis says she's a Carrie but really she's a Charlotte/Miranda rising.[4]

Drag Name Origin[]

"Alexis" comes from her real name, Alex; while "Bevels" comes from the pose of the same name commonly used in dance.[5]

Track Record(s)[]

Alexis Bevels
Season Competed: Camp Wannakiki
Season 1
Ranking: 1st Place
(Winner)
Talent Shows Won: 2 (Eps. 2, 4)
Activity Challenges Won: 2 (Eps. 2, 4)
Times in Bottom: 1 (Ep. 5)
Episode Eliminated: N/A

Memorable Quotes[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 1[]

  • "Hi, I am Alexis P. Bevels. The 'P' is for pumped because I am so excited to be here!"

Trivia[]

  • Alexis is the first winner of Camp Wannakiki and Queen of Camp.
    • This makes her the first Queen of Camp to...
      • ...place in the bottom.
      • ...have less talent show wins than another competitor on the same season, having one less talent show win than runner-up Muffy Fishbasket.
  • Alexis is a part of IMHO: The Show, a YouTube channel featuring fellow Chicago queens Aunty Chan and Darby Lynn Cartwright.
  • Alexis, along with Darby Lynn Cartwright won the 2023 Queerty Award for best web series for IMHO: The Show.
  • Alexis made a cameo appearance alongside season 2 alum Debbie Fox on the fifth episode of the third season of Camp Wannakiki, "Cosplay".

Gallery[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 1[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 1 Looks[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 2[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 2 Looks[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 3[]

Camp Wannakiki Season 3 Looks[]

External Links[]

References[]

  1. IMHO | Dragula Season 4 Premiere Review! | YouTube — October 23, 2021
  2. Post by muffy.fishbasket.5 | Facebook — May 1, 2020
  3. Post by IMHO | Youtube — April 26, 2024
  4. Season 1 | Camp Wannakiki
  5. Camp Wannakiki S1 Ep1: "Water Sports" | YouTube — August 7, 2018

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