FOF #1470 – Lady Bunny Ain’t No Lady

Oct 27, 2011 · 136609 views

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Our favorite illiterate, raunchy, demented drag diva of Wigstock fame, Lady Bunny, is back with a one wo-man show “That Ain’t No Lady,” jam packed with some of her funniest bits from the past decade including her tacky tribute to Amy Winehouse plus all the behind the scenes dirt from RuPaul’s Drag U.

Join us as we talk with Lady Bunny about wigs, costumes, drag queen brawls and Occupy Wall Street.

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  1. Rick says:

    Loved the show. I have been at Escuelita many times . Not sure if I ever saw Lady Bunny there.

  2. Than says:

    University of Chicago is not the Harvard of the midwest. Washington University is the Harvard of the midwest, and I assure you, they would not have a Jersey Shore symposium. Jersey Shore. Vile.

  3. Lady Bunny is a hoot! Always a delight having her on the show.

    and I hate to pry into personal stuff, but did you guys have a falling out with Teri Yaki? After Lady Bunny she is my fave drag queen who’s a lil more sassy and raunchy, but she hasn’t been on the show in a long time…..

    but what a great week of shows! I enjoyed them all immensely

  4. Lizard Spark says:

    I really identified with Lady Bunny’s political views. Wish I was in NY to see her.

  5. Mikey Dee says:

    I love LadyBunny!!!! Now that I’m living in NY, I need to see one of her shoes. Maybe smoke up with her afterward lol. Good show fellas!

  6. colaboy29 says:

    Lady Bunny is classy as ever. Thanks for another great show, guys.

  7. FANTASTIC SHOW!!!! LADY BUNNY FOR PRESIDENT! Or maybe city council. Who knew she was so up to date with politics and that she is such a radical at heart? It was a real pleasure to hear her talk about American politics! And her comedy is hilarious. It was also very moving to hear her talk about Mario de Colombia at Escuelita. I remember him well. He was great. Lady Bunny is a real repository of NYC drag history! And it’s remarkable that it’s a Latino club, a Puerto Rican and Cuban drag queen club, that has kept alive the spirit of classic drag in NYC.

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