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Australian’s love drag queens and have contributed to many great moments in drag. Today we’re thrilled to have in the home studio Australia’s favorite drag queen Courtney Act.
Listen as we talk with Courtney about her wildly diverse sex life, her pragmatic approach to gender expression and which queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race really got on her nerves. Will Courtney Act be America’s Next Drag Superstar?
Lady Bunny is back with “Clowns Syndrome,” a brand new show full of the raunchy humor that’s made Bunny an entertainment institution for three decades. And by that I mean she’s really old and belongs in an institution.
Listen as the phenomenal Lady Bunny joins us to talk about the clash between younger and older generations and performers and audiences over the use of controversial words. You don’t want to miss every delicious minute of this podcast!
Since we tape our podcast in advance, we don’t really know who ultimately won RuPaul’s Drag Race, Season Six, and become America’s Next Drag Superstar.
Who are you kidding, of course we all know Bianca Del Rio won or did she? Did Adore Delano win it? Joining us today is Chad Sell, illustrator to the drag queen stars, and Tim Jones-Yelvington, who’s well known for his drag race recap videos.
Wonk, wonk! We’re thrilled to have in the home studio the lovely Joslyn Fox, one of the most likable drag queens from Season Six of RuPaul’s Drag Race. She was a serious contender for the title of Miss Congeniality.
Listen as Joslyn shares with us the origins of her hilarious “wonk, wonk.” Plus an exclusive: Why did she wear that same necklace time and time again on the runway and not get clocked for it?
Although she didn’t make it to the top three on RuPaul’s Drag Race, April Carrión certainly charmed many of us, especially guest judge Adam Lambert whose sweet exchange with April on the show made Michelle Visage yell at them “get a room.”
Today the fabulous Boriqua, April Carrión, joins us to talk about getting into drag during art school, growing up as one of three gay brothers and working at her grandma’s bakery in the mountains of Puerto Rico.