"Coco Jem Holiday is your less-than-premier but ever so ego-filled glamp queen! Hoping to eventually see her name in lights, she wants to do it by bursting through the glass ceiling with poorly made glitter CGI effects and come out on the other side a stronger independent black woman with the perfect cut crease. #BlackGirlMagic #WakandaForever #MUA
Coco has been performing and producing mid to large size drag events for six long weight fluctuating years in good old Grand Junction, Colorado with frequent trips to perform in Denver. Her performances are usually a Beyoncé style call to action. One of her proudest moments was hosting a domestic violence awareness fundraiser at Mile High Hamburger Mary’s and being a guest speaker at the Grand Junction Women's March where she spoke about transgender issues. Outside of that, she's the complete business fish and wants drag entertainers to understand their worth as hardworking performers. Bottom line, she's “that” friend, (in and out of drag) and is proud of it."
|Season Competed:||CW 2|
|Talent Shows Won:||1 (Ep. 4)|
|Activity Challenges Won:||0|
|Times Placed High:||0|
|Times in Bottom:||4 (Eps. 5, 6, 7, 8)|
|Episode Eliminated:||Episode 9|
- "My expectation while at camp is to be well fed." (on Meet the Campers)
- "A little taste of coco will feel like a holiday."
- "If you feel personally victimized by seeing a black girl on your screen, I can guarantee in the next commercial there will be someone who doesn't look like me." (on Episode 7's commercial activity challenge)
- Coco has survived the bottom two/three the most out of any other camper, with 4.
- Coco is the first camper to make it to the finale with a total of only one win.
- She is also the first camper to make it to the finale without an activity challenge win.
- Coco shares some similarities with Miss Abby OMG from Season 1 of Drag Race Holland:
- Both survived the bottom 4 times.
- Both were finalists on their season.
- Both were once in a situation where no one in the bottom was eliminated.
- Coincidentally, it occured an episode before the finale.
- Both were in the bottom at least 3 times in a row.
- Both were, at some point in the competition, part of a bottom 3.
- Both shared their placement in the competition with at least one other contestant.