With her world famous greeting "Hello Pineapples!" and loving heart bigger than her hair, it's impossible to imagine Chicago without Miss Foozie®. A famed personality and household name in the city's LGBT community and beyond, she's consistently voted "Best Female Impersonator", including nods from the publications Chicago Free Press and New City. She has big plans for expansion and is embarking on a journey to win more hearts across the country.

A genuine purveyor of good cheer, Miss Foozie® has hosted events at a number of venues, including charity functions, outdoor festivals, variety shows, bingo nights, and theme nightclub parties. Parlaying her local popularity into national appeal, Miss Foozie® has made friends coast to coast and caught the attention of many, such as celebrities Bruce Vilanch, Joan Rivers, Rupaul, Kelly Osbourne, Kathy Griffin, Lance Bass, and many more. She's been featured on several local radio, TV, and internet podcasts (Chicago Public Radio, QTV's "Q on the Move", CAN TV, Windy City Queercast), plus the independent films "Bowser Makes A Movie (2005)" and "Father Knows (2007)". She is named ChicagoPride.com's Director of Entertainment & Community Ambassador.

"People comment daily about the incredible generosity and spirit that Miss Foozie® shows to her fans and friends around the world," said ChicagoPride.com president Ron Matthew Inawat, “Miss Foozie® is a world class entertainer who is always making a memorable impression”.

No matter if she's performing onstage, socializing with bar patrons, or prancing joyfully throughout the neighborhood with her tiny parasol, Miss Foozie® spreads happiness and love to everyone who crosses her path. It's impossible to spend time in her presence without cracking a smile. Miss Foozie® is unique in her own way.