Soa de Muse is a French drag performer best known for participating in the first season of Drag Race France.
Before appearing on Drag Race France, Soa worked as a burlesque performer at Madame Arthur, a historic Parisian drag venue open since 1946.
In March 2021, Soa participated in the “109 Mariannes” exhibition, curated by France’s then-Secretary of State for Gender Equality, Marlène Schiappa, to mark International Women’s Rights Day. Portraits of de Muse, and 108 other participants selected to “celebrate the diversity of France” in the image of national symbol Marianne, were displayed in front of the Panthéon for one week.
Soa de Muse competed on the inaugural season of Drag Race France, a spin-off franchise of the original series RuPaul’s Drag Race. Soa was the first challenge winner of the series, in the episode “Bonjour, Bonjour, Bonjour.”
Elsewhere in 2022, Soa opened their own cabaret in Paris, called “La Bouche,” in collaboration with three other local performers.