Mz. Sue Nami, Hans Seidemann, took first place in Mz. Judged 2017, a fundraiser for the North Coast Transition Society. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

VIDEO: Mz. Judged returns to the Lester Centre stage

The beauty pageant is the biggest fundraiser for the North Coast Transition Society

Several of Prince Rupert’s ravishing “beauties” took to the Lester Centre Stage for Mz. Judged 2017, on Saturday, Nov. 11.

The beauty pageant has men dressed as women, who compete for first place to help raise funds for the North Coast Transition Society.

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More to come.



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