Drag entertainer George Ward, known by his stage name Cherry Valentine, kicked the bucket at 28 years old, his family has reported.
Ward showed up on the second series of RuPaul’s Drag Race the UK and proceeded to front the BBC narrative Vagabond Queen And Pleased.
Cherry Valentine’s assertion from his family depicted his demise as a “significant shock”.
Ward, who kicked the bucket on Sunday, was brought up in Darlington, Area Durham as a feature of the Voyager people group.
He qualified as an emotional wellness nurturer in 2015, preceding beginning his vocation in drag.
“It is with the most tragic and most profound trouble to illuminate you that our George – Cherry Valentine – has unfortunately died,” Ward’s family said.
“This will come as a significant shock to a great many people and we comprehend there is no simple way for this to be reported.”
Ward showed up on the second series of the show prior to sending off a television vocation and fronting the BBC narrative Wanderer Queen And Pleased.
Cherry Valentine Career
In December 2020, he was reported as one of the 12 competitors contending in the UK form of RuPaul’s Drag Race, in which he showed up in close by Lawrence Chaney, Bimini Bon-Boulash, and Veronica Green.
“In the event that you are a drag queen you are working with individuals. Furthermore, to comprehend individuals I think you exceed all expectations,” he said.
Ward was the second contender to be disposed of from the show in the wake of acting in the Musical and conveying a runway thorough search before visitor judge Sheridan Smith.
Following his appearance, Ward joined the BBC to make a narrative investigating his Explorer legacy, in which he returned to the local area he left at 18 years old.
He likewise played out various public shows and showed up in music recordings by specialists like Charli XCX.