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Chanel Anorex is not to be confused with Chanel

Chanel Anorex is a Spanish drag performer and one of the contestants of the third season of Drag Race España.

Drag Name Origin

"Chanel" comes from being associated with the name of an "insufferable chihuahua" and from the TV show Scream Queens, where all the main characters are named Chanel. The last name "Anorex" comes from when she was watching the movie White Chicks with her friends and her then-drag sister, and (in the Spanish version) there's a scene where Karen refers to the Vandegeld sisters as "the Anorex twins," a nickname that they gave to her and her drag sister.[4]

Track Record(s)

Chanel Anorex
Seasons Competed: España Season 3
Ranking: 11th Place
Maxi Challenges Won: 0
Mini Challenges Won: 0
Times as Team Captain: 0
Times in Bottom Two: 1 (Ep. 3)
Episode Eliminated: Episode 3

Memorable Quotes

Drag Race España Season 3

  • "Si vais a ponerme verde, ya lo he hecho yo por vosotras." (entrance quote)
  • "Voy tranquila por una parte, pero por otra parte me he pasado la categoría por el forro." (referring to her España en Eurovisión look)
  • "¡Adiós, desgraciadas! Nos vemos en el infierno! ¡Chao!" (exit quote)

Farewell Message

"Manteneos fieles a vosotores mismas, aunque vayas al infierno. Os quiero, desgraciadas.❤️"

Trivia

Gallery

Drag Race España Season 3

Drag Race España Season 3 Looks

  • Chanel Anorex's unaired Mi Peor Yo Look was shown at the Reunion for the Miss Look Perdido title.

Extras

Gran Hotel de las Reinas

Filmography

TV

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2023 Drag Race España (Season 3) Self Contestant (Placed 11th) [1]

External Links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Meet the Queens of Drag Race España Season 3 | YouTube — March 19, 2023
  2. (ESTweet by ChanelAnorex | Twitter — December 31, 2019
  3. Profile of ChanelAnorex | Twitter
  4. (ESPublicación de @chanelanorex | TikTok — March 28, 2023
  5. (ESLa Eurovisión de Drag Queens: así está siendo 'Queen of the Universe' | Espinof — May 11, 2022

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