The latest issue of National Geographic Magazine has revealed the top 10 most ridiculous mascots for 2018.
The top 10 mascots, according to the magazine, are: The Duke, a Scottish rugby star who was a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race and now runs the Drag Queen of Drag World magazine and a reality show in the UK.
He wears a long black wig with gold-plated teeth.
A giant gold chain is attached to his neck and his hair is covered with gold spikes.
It’s said he’s the only person in the universe who can break the speed limit.
His face is a gold cross and he’s always wearing a red, gold and blue striped dress.
“It’s a cross of pride, of self-importance and of fear,” said the magazine. Drag King is the mascot for the National Geographic Society’s Celebrity Searching campaign, which aims to find celebrities to represent the world.
Its latest edition has featured over 100,000 submissions.
Mascots are considered magnificent if they have a history of popularisation, popularity, and are considered the embodiment of the brand.
In 2018, the Duke received more nominations than any other iconic mascot.
(A dictionary.com found him the most popular in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, Ireland, Canada and the United Kingdom.)
“When it comes to the National Geo Awards, we like to think we are very lucky to have the opportunity to nominate a mascot that is so iconic, so recognisable and so beloved,” said Mr McManus.
“The Duke has a very particular and iconic look and it’s just very difficult to find mascots that can really match that.
If you look at the list, we had four of the 10 most memorable mascots.”
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