If there’s anything we learned this week, Drag Racers, it’s that all that glitters is NOT gold. Can we say, Darienne Lake?
Dearly beloved…we are gathered here in the presence of YES GAWD. This week the queens became drag mothers as they beat the faces of grooms to be.
Our girls dish the shade on the drag queens plus read RuPaul on her decision to censor herself.
The fight for gay rights continues to progress before our eyes as many individuals emerge at the forefront by disclosing their sexuality to the public. Their courage is inspiring, especially when taking into account that there was a time, especially in Hollywood, when being gay was a huge taboo.
DOUBLE TROUBLE!! This week we were blessed with three hours of RPDR. Can you even stand it? Between both episodes, the queens had to work their sales pitch game and tickle our funny bones with their comedic talent.
We talk to Amber Hikes from Stimulus about her newest party – Back 2 Basics
On Saturday, March 22, the Forrest Theater hosted the 22nd anniversary of Shut Up and Dance. Each year, the dancers of the Pennsylvania Ballet create this one of a kind, one night only performance and donate all of the proceeds to the Philadelphia based charity, MANNA.
Oh no she betta don’t! This week, the queens read each other to filth and tried their hands at creating a crazy, sexy, cool rap.