RuPaul’s Drag Race is the most watched program featuring drag queens on TV. It’s made careers for some of its relatively unknown contestants. So why isn’t every queen in the nation getting with the program?
Drag legend Hedda Lettuce was forged in the fires of AIDS activism and in the New York City Cable Access television scene of the early 90s. Fifteen years later Hedda’s still going strong, traveling the country with her hilarious stand up act, and is a six time winner of “Drag Queen of the Year” by HX Magazine.
Her appearance on Project Runway made her look like a woman to be contended with.
She’s obviously good for TV, and now she’s bucking to be a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race. But is this the right move for her?
American Idol star Adam Lambert comes out in the latest issue of Rolling Stone Magazine. In the article Lambert talks about deciding to come forward with his sexuality “I’m trying to be a singer, not a civil rights leader.”
Yes, that is until your career is washed up and all you can get is an HRC gig or opening up for Cindy Lauper at a Pride event.
In or out of the closet, we love his music and love his hair. Take it from me, the blue can be a lot of fun, but it gets to be a hassle to maintain after several years.
Did 30 Rock rip off of the Muppett Show?
Man trades pig for cocaine.
Prince Harry’s sexy nickname.
A man was buried in Dr. Who Tardis.
Could warp speed be possible?
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