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At just 4ft 8in tall, what Jamie John lacks in stature, he says he makes up for with his massive personality. He’s already earned an army of fans performing as his alter ego Miss DQ, who blends lip syncing with stand-up comedy. Jamie, 29, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, who was encouraged to start his cross-dressing act after adopting the outrageous character to hand out flyers for a charity fair over a decade ago, said: ‘People kept stopping me, saying I should go for it and start a drag act. A little while later, I watched Eurovision at they had a drag queen as one of the acts. I absolutely loved it, and thought to myself that I could be up there doing that one day.
Carrying on a family tradition like his dad John, an actor – and also a dwarf – Jamie has a gift for being on stage, recently completing a three-year stint performing on the Spanish Canary Island, Gran Canaria. He continued: ‘It was an absolute blast. Now I perform full time, and change up the show depending on the audience. I do a mix of lip syncing and stand-up comedy. I wanted to bring back that idea of a variety show. People are always so positive, they tell me I was born to be on stage. But, even though he has thousands of adoring fans, Jamie has been taunted by cruel strangers.
He said: ‘I’m a dwarf, a drag queen and gay, so I almost tick all the boxes, so to speak. I’ll get sly remarks about my height, or have people not understand why I dress as a woman. There’s a common misconception that I do this because I want to be female, which isn’t the case. I just want to entertain. Wherever you go in life, there will always be some negativity, though, so I just try to brush it aside and be proud of who I am. Before his first gig, performed in London around ten years ago, Jamie remembers being ‘incredibly nervous,’ but he soon wowed his audience and, as they cheered and laughed, his anxiety melted away. Now, as his reputation spreads thanks to word of mouth and social media, he plays to packed houses all over the country and abroad.