Davina – Tranny of the Year

DAVINA – TRANNY OF THE YEAR

 

f652_1166gnrsfeatofdavinapage1 John Williams has an exclusive interview and photo session with the divine Davina, winner of the UK’s top cross dressing competition…

Looking as pretty as a picture, 18 years old Davina Willis stole the judges’ eye to become the UK’s first ever ‘Tranny of the Year’ in a contest shown on Channel 5.

A total of eighty tranny hopefuls had originally entered the competition, half coming from London and half from the North West of England. But by the time it came to the grand final, the budding beauty queens had been narrowed down to just six.

rubywaxdavinaThe final was a star-studded occasion, with Ruby Wax as compare and actress Patsy Palmer among the judges. For the three rounds, Davina wore a long lacy halter-top and hot pants; then changed into a schoolgirl outfit; and finally into a glittery long dress.


She proved to be a sensation. As one of the judges remarked during her televised interview, “You’re just so lovely and dainty and feminine!”


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Back at home in Romford, Essex, Davina is David Willis -the typical boy next door. His family knows all about his feminine side, and their reaction is mixed. His brother wont hide his open disapproval, but mum and dad are far more relaxed.f652_1165gnrsfeatofdavinapage1

“Dad used to work in Soho, so he’s seen it all before,” said David. “They watched me in the contest and they really thought it was great.”


With her blond hair, long legs and and a body that slips into a size 12 dress and size 7 shoes, the 5’9″ tall Davina has a natural-born femininity. It’s hard to believe she has only been out in public for just over a year.

David had first started dressing in his mum’s clothes when he was about eight, in a domestic scenario behind locked doors that must be familiar to many of us. Later, he progressed to chancing putting on make-up when he got home from school and had the house to himself.


When he was 17, he took his first step outside, and has never looked back…


 

 

His bedroom now boasts a wardrobe full of dresses and high heels. Sometimes he goes out shopping for them as a boy, but still tries them on in the store and rarely gets any hassle. Other times, he’ll go out as Davina.


When Davina was in Top Shop in Oxford Street recently, she was picked out by the camera and had her picture projected on to the shop’s large TV screen.

“People think I’m a girl and that’s wonderful,” he said. “I often get wolf whistles on the way out to nightclubs, and I love the attention.”


As if that wasn’t all enough to make you green with envy, David has even worked in a bridal shop. The management had never had a boy helping with all the rustling gowns and crinolines before, but his feminine appearance swayed them to give him the job.

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His wedding dress days are now over, however, and he’s packed away his last veil to concentrate on Davina’s growing career as a dancer in London’s clubland.


It doesn’t take a fortune teller to predict that the future is an exciting one for Davina. The main prize for becoming the nation’s Number One Tranny is a trip down under to take a starring role in the sensational Sydney Mardi Gras parade – the largest and most colourful celebration of cross dressing to be seen anywhere in the world.

JOHN WILLIAMS

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