– I think I can see your beard. I see…
– You can see my beard? Oh no! (classical music) – Hi. – Hi, how are you?
– Good. – What’s your name?
– Mico. – Mico, I’m Isabella. What’s your name?
– Kristen. – Kristen? Nice to meet you, I’m Isabella. How are you doing?
– Good. – Good. Are you nervous?
– Yes. – How come? Do I look scary? Do you know what I am? No? I’m a drag queen. Have you ever heard of
a drag queen before? No? – What is a drag queen? – A drag queen is someone
who expresses themselves creatively through performance. So, dress up in wild costumes,
big wigs, crazy makeup, and then get on stage and
perform and entertain people. (laughing) – And I know why you’re
speaking like that. – Like what? – Like you look like you would
speak in a different way, but now you’re speaking different. So, now I know you’re a boy. – I’m a boy, you’re right. I’m a boy.
– Oh. – I’m a boy. – Wait, what? Wait, what? – You didn’t think I was a boy? You thought I was a girl? I am a boy.
– I’ve been thinking you were a boy. – How do you feel about that? – A little bit weirded out, but like… Like a little interesting. – Interesting? It’s a lot to think about. – Do you always dress up as a girl? – Not always, only when I’m performing. I usually live most of my
life in jeans and a tshirt and a backwards ball cap. – That’s really cool. So, you’re gay? – I am! Good question. (laughing)
– Did you curl your eyelashes? – I did, I used an eyelash curler. But yeah, your previous
question, I am gay. I came out of the closet
when I was 21 years old. – What’s comin’ out of a closet means? – Coming out of the closet
means when you tell everybody that you’re gay. It’s something that gay people have to do. – Do you have to be gay to do drag? – No, anybody can do drag. Drag is for anybody and everybody who wants to put on a fun costume and get up on stage and entertain people. Everybody should try drag at least once. It’s really fun. – Even kids? – Yeah, there’s actually quite a few kids that are starting to do drag. – Do dogs do drag? – Do dogs do drag? I mean, they can. You can dress a dog up in a dress and take him on stage with you. – So, why did you wanna
get to be a drag queen? – Why did I wanna be a drag queen? – Or what’s your inspiration? – Great questions. I first went and saw a drag show and thought it was really fun, and so I started playing
with makeup and wigs and costumes and things
and then started performing and just fell in love with performing. I love being on stage. I’ve been a singer my entire life. You like to sing? – Yeah. – What do you like to sing? – I like to sing Moana. – Moana? What about you, do you like to dance? – A little.
– A little? Just a little bee-boppin’. – I like to do this
dance called the floss. – What’s that? – Like this. – Oh, the backpack kid dance! (laughing)
Yeah! It’s called the floss? – Yeah, ’cause it looks like
you’re flossing your teeth. – Oh, I get it! I’m into it. – Where did you get this shirt, the shirt? – This dress? I had a designer make it for me. – What? – Yeah! – Is that a costume?
– It is. Everything that I wear
I refer to as a costume. – Like Halloween? – It’s kinda like Halloween every day. That’s what I get to do for
my job is Halloween every day. – Except the candy part, there’s no candy. – Sometimes there’s candy. – Are your eyelashes real or fake? – Oh, they’re definitely fake. I glued ’em onto my eye. – (groaning) Glue? – Yeah. – What about the gems over there? – I glued those on too. – What about the lipstick? – The lipstick I just painted on. – Paint? – Yeah, and then I tapped glitter into it. – Glitter? – Yeah, glitter.
(laughing) I like everything to sparkle a little bit. I say if you’re not
sparkling, you’re not trying. Right? Do you ever wear sparkly things? – Not really.
– Not really? How come you don’t wear anything sparkly? – Because I think some people
at school make fun of me. – Well, those people, their
opinions aren’t important. – Do people ever make fun of you? – When I was younger people
did, but that’s because, you know, kids do that. Kids can be mean. There’s been a few times
that I’ve encountered people that weren’t quite as nice and
were a little bit judgmental. – I know what to do.
– What? – I know what to do. Just don’t speak ’cause then
they think you’re, like, a real woman. – Don’t you think I should just be myself? – Yeah.
– Yeah. – Do you ever wish you were a girl? – I don’t. I like being a boy, but I
enjoy dressing up like a girl. It’s really fun. – What does your family
think about your job? – You know, at first they
were a little unsure of it. They didn’t quite
understand what I was doing. But as they learned more,
they’ve opened up more to it. What would your family say
if you were a drag queen? – Get out of this house. – Really? – Uh, that’s what my dad would say. – Well, I… You know, you can change people’s minds. – Yeah. – I’m pretty much not weirded out now. – You’re not?
– Yeah, I’m comfortable. – Anybody can do anything they want. If they want to wear a dress, that’s fine. If they wanna wear pants…
– You just need to believe. – Yeah, yeah, just believe in it. – [Both] Thank you, Isabella. – Thank you, guys. It was great to meet you. It was so good to meet you. – Handshake?
– Yeah! (laughing)
I’ll see you later. – See you later. – I’m Isabella Extynn and thank you for watching
Kids Meet a Drag Queen. If you wanna know more about me, check down below in the description box and follow me on Instagram,
Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, Christian Mingle, all of ’em. And if you wanna see
more Kids Meet videos, click right here. (classical music)

100 thoughts on “Kids Meet a Drag Queen | Kids Meet | HiHo Kids”

  1. the conservatives complaining about things like drag queen kids and drag queen storytime are really showing their true colors and what really upsets is me is the people that insult drag kids and say hateful things to them and again it is bad enough that they attack the parents for letting their kids be them self but they also attack the kids they are showing who is who and they are disgusting and you can imagine how many of them probably treat their kids.

  2. Kid: "I know what to do! Don't speak so that they think that you are a real woman.

    Isabella: shouldn't I just be myself?

    Kid: yeah…

  3. U should be ashamed at this crap.Having kids around this abomination!!! No good at all!! It is a mental disorder u people!! Not natural at all.Get right and repent.U will face God one day..Sorry truth…

  4. They making those children to change there gender this is not good bc if they change they gender they gonna go to hell KIDS TO NOT CHANGE YOUR GENDER BC GOD WILL COMR SOON

  5. Luke.17.2 …It would be better to be thrown into the sea with a millstone hung around your neck than to cause one of these little ones to fall into sin.

    It dosint mater if you believe in God or not he is real enyway …but to destroy your own children as well I'm in tears for foolishness of this world please ask the lord for forgiveness wile he still gives you his grace please dont corrupt these innocent children 😭🙏

  6. The kid at 0:32 versus at 5:08 just shows you how talking to someone with the intention of understanding can change your perception.

  7. This is so awesome…

    Makes me wonder why the YT channel special books for special people got sensored?…


  8. Kids meet a profesional cosplayer! I want to see when they meet they favourite anime/cartoon character in person aww

  9. omg I love this cuz, my mom, works with drag queens and records videos of them performing and posts it on Instagram I also met a drag queen before and drag king and I know one that my mom talks to all the time her/his name start with an O

  10. I really appreciate this guy . He doesn't fit the The Rue Paul sterotype. People think you need to be a certain way to do drag. He explained a lot of basic misnomers about his job. He doesn't force his views and has an open conversation with kids. He's very likeable and real.

  11. kids are great. its sad that adults turn many of them into discriminating, bigoted, judgemental conformists like themselves.

  12. I love this dragqueen she stay calm and understand everything en answers the qwestion when most dragqueens/gays can stay calm to this

  13. I'm Friends with Stetson/ Isabella on Facebook and honestly so happy when he accepted my friend request! Also he totally Changed that boy with the rainbow hair life

  14. This is evil😠 why would you expose children to this and make them think it's ok..encouraging little boys and girls to do drag this is awful.. you lost a subscriber

  15. Isabella: I glued them on
    Kristen: GlUe
    Isabella: I painted it on
    Kristen: PaInT
    Isabella: Then I tapped some glitter in.
    Kristen: GlItTeW

  16. Doing drag isn’t because you wanna be a child or you wanna be a woman drag is about expressing your inner feelings and passion you might always had the opportunity to express or not had the opportunity to express. That drag queens confuses children is not true because clothes doesn’t choose what gender you have. Only because clothes that is typical categorised with woman or girls doesn’t means that a man can wear them and still be a man. If drag queens is unserious and confusing then comedy is and dance is probably too. A thing doesn’t choose what gender you have. Close minded people is afraid of the new and afraid of changing old habits because they are afraid that it’s gonna change everything. Being a drag queen or a drag king doesn’t choose what gender you have and it doesn’t choose what life you live and doesn’t change who you are.

  17. That kid with rainbow hair snitched on his dad…poor kid but at least he can color his hair and the boy with the handshake at end was so sweet and helpful such a nice kid👏😃

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