Friday night saw the combination of two worlds and four big names at Tracks as drag queens Nina Flowers and Ongina channeled the art of Louis Recchia and Zoa Ace through live performances. The results were fierce, to say the least, and we're still reeling from our favorite scenes. Continue reading for the night's ten best images -- and visit our full slide show for more.
See also: - Queens Nina Flowers and Ongina bring art from Louis Recchia and Zoa Ace to life with Pop Drag - Slide show: Pop Art Drag Nation - Don't call him queen: Paul Soileau talks about more-punk-than-drag persona Christeene Vale
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