Starting on Monday, it's The Project's "Makeover Week".
But because Patrick Gower won't be around all week, The Project decided to give him a taste of getting a makeover a little early.
- Drag Queen events for preschoolers cause more outrage in Australia
- Mother of 11yo drag queen says she's 'proud' of her son
- Drag queens take over after dinner at Queenstown Winter Pride
And to get him on his way, we enlisted the help of drag queen and human rights activist Medulla Oblongata.
"I came to New Zealand as a refugee because the Maldives is a 100-percent Muslim country and I have renounced Islam and I'm queer so therefore in order to be safe I had to come to New Zealand," said Oblongata.
Oblongata explained to Gower the difference between trans and drag.
"Trans is who you are. Drag is what you do. I'm gender-neutral - I am everything and nothing all at once."
Gower said he was looking forward to getting a drag makeover.
"I know that I'm meant to say that I'm feeling nervous - but I'm not," he said.
"I'm actually bloody excited about this. It's going to be a huge, huge, huge privilege to do something totally different."
And his excitement rose as the process wore on.
"This might sound a little weird, but I'm starting to feel quite sexy," he said.
Oblongata says putting on drag can feel like putting on a mask.
"Oscar Wilde said 'give a man a mask and he will tell you the truth'. I quite often treat drag as a mask where I can be my most authentic self.
"It makes me be real."