Is this thing on? (Thanks Madison Hinton!) Reynolds Englehart was pretty upset after being kicked off early from RuPaul’s Drag Race, that he never watched the episodes he was on, until now.
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Reynolds Englehart has a nose for strange and kooky characters. He’s best known for his drag-tastic creation, Magnolia Crawford who was kicked off early on the sixth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Unfortunately, Magnolia Crawford was given a bad edit, and made to look like a miserable bitch. She was mercilessly teased for contouring her nose with make-up into a razor sharp point that could definitely cut a bitch if she wanted to.
While most teenagers dream of becoming friends with the artists they adore, 16 year old Annecy manages to draw the attention of of the world’s top drag queens and even some pop stars. Sharon Needles calls Annecy her drag daughter.
Listen as Annecy chats with us about why teenage girls love drag queens, her photoshoot with Jose Guzman Colon, and pissing on the corpse of the Wicked Witch
After years of being drag mom to many gals, Darienne Lake finally made it on RuPaul’s Drag Race, only to be portrayed as a mean queen.
Years before that, she was on the Ricki Lake show with her drag daughter Pandora Boxx but the show’s ridiculous premise was “You’re Too Fat to be a Drag Queen.” Still, she manages to be one hell of a funny gal.
Today Darienne Lake joins us to talk about her roller coaster ride on RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Imagine a world nearly destroyed by nuclear holocaust except for a few survivors whose new religion is based on ancient TV shows and long dead rock stars. That’s the world of Dystopia Rising- a Live Action Role Playing event where drag queens battle zombies in the backwoods of Texas.
Joining us today is Dr. Sarah Lynne Bowman, who navigates this make believe world where RuPaul’s Drag Race is a major religion and a resurrected Sharon Needles may hold the secret to ending the zombie wars.
It’s been a couple of years since someone like evangelist Harold Camping got people anxious about the end of the world, but if you look closely, many religions have some sort of doomsday. What is it about these doomsday prophecies that appeal to people so much? And why are so many of them concerned with the odometer turning a certain number?
Today, Tommy Holl joins us to take a look at some of our favorite doomsday scenarios that thankfully never came true.
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?
After winning our hearts on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Adore Delano is rocking the top of iTunes’ dance chart with her new album “Til Death Do Us Party” which comes out today.
Listen as America’s favorite chola talks about things that we didn’t get to see on RuPaul’s Drag Race, like her fight with Milk and the makeover squirrel challenge.
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!
As if we hadn’t heard already every angle to the heated debate over language, slang and slur words, over Memorial Day weekend the Internet was ablaze again, with many transgender writers and drag queens fighting over RuPaul’s recent tweets. It’s enough to drive a girl mad!
Is it possible to have a peace treaty in the war of the words?