RuPaul's Drag Race — a titan of modern entertainment — has landed on British shores. It could have been a disaster but, as the first episode makes great pains to show, this might not just be great for Britain, but a rejuvenation of Drag Race as a whole. It is a long-standing joke at this stage that RuPaul's Drag Race is to queer people what the World Cup is to straights.
Sign in. Just when you thought you knew what to expect from RuPaul's Drag Race, along comes the ferociously fabulous and funny season six, with enough tricks up its silk chiffon sleeve to keep you on your For the mini challenge, the library is open!
Many of my friends had either stopped watching or did so only sporadically; the fervor of the early adopters was gone. More than ever, the show has felt like content. Arguably, Drag Race has been heading this way since Viacom moved it from the gay-for-gay network Logo, where it premiered into its bigger channel, VH1, in
And there definitely is range. Although, the first time I walked the runway, my heel broke. But with the character that I did, I got away with it.
His mom lives around the corner. Suddenly gay bars became used to the rhythms and cash flows of sports bars, catering to a crowd that shows up for appointment television. Metropolitan is one of many bars that host viewing parties, with a few queens holding court during commercials and performing right after.
The popular reality television show is drawing patrons into gay venues. THREE performers take it in turns to writhe and high-kick dangerously towards the low ceiling. Most drinkers continue to chat among themselves.
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These are external links and will open in a new window. Like so many fans of RuPaul's Drag Race, Trixie Mattel still doesn't have a clear favourite from the latest season of the show. I love Monet X Change. But I also love Monique Heart's yelling.
Each year, tens of thousands of people fill convention centers in Los Angeles and New York. Many are dressed in colorful wigs and fierce heels; they flock to panels for over-the-top makeup tutorials and fashion runway shows, or talks exploring gender binary and activism. This is DragCon, or more specifically, RuPaul's Dragcon, the multimillion-dollar extravaganza that's the drag industry's answer to comic con.