FOF #2109 – Katy Perry Sets the Superbowl on Fire

Feb 2, 2015 · 1985 views

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Yeaaas girl! Katy Perry set the Superbowl on fire in a performance she described as “spiritual” Some thought the flaming dress was a nod to the Hunger Games, but think she’s serving up Heat Miser realness. She’s too much!

Today Chicago’s fierce drag queen Shea Couleé joins us to take a look at Katy Perry’s sizzling Super Bowl halftime show and all the expensive TV ads.


  1. Bryce says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARC! Here is a kiss all the way from down South! Oops! Was that a little tongue. Sorry about that. Could not control myself. Like fine wine and a little black dress, no matter how old you get, you are always in style!

    What a delightful episode! Shea Coulee was a pleasure to my ears. The Super Bowl half-time show reached new heights in gayness. Dancing shark boys. Katy riding a giant lion. Ending with an explosion of rainbow color. She is no Beyonce but she entertained me nonetheless.

    Poor Bruce Jenner. I hope he finds happiness in his journey to becoming whatever he wants to be. Can we really blame him. He is surrounded by constant beauty. Think of all of those closets chocked full of diamonds and Minolos. Wouldn’t you want to feel a little bit of the fantasy, too? I just hope his family, the Kardashians and the Jenners are there to support him. Move over Laverne Cox, there is a new trans icon coming through! Beep, beep!

    Mary Cheney … have a seat please!

    Thank you Marc and Fausto for another great episode. You know I love you both to pieces!

  2. Wow, such a handsome guy! You are going to be a silver fox in the distant, distant future. Happy Birthday Big Guy!

  3. jimmyV says:

    Mary Chaney’s comment about drag being like black face does have some value getting a conversation started. Drag pageants can and should be as offensive to gay men as the Miss America Pageant is offensive to the feminist.Not all Drag is offensive, however but it can be and we need to admit that and admonish the jokes or bad stereotypes of woman that are represented by drag in certain circumstances, Just because we as gay men and have been oppressed doesn’t mean we can oppress others with simple representations of woman.

    Adore Delano representation of a woman can be as offensive as Honey Boo Boo is to the south as a whole.

    Black face is not always as bad as you make it out to be it is a part of theater history just as men being cast as woman is a part of Shakespearean Theater. If you were going to stage a production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Showboat” would you include the Black face as part of the production? Should the Disney Movie “Song of the South” be allowed to air on broadcast television or be released on DVD?

    John Wates move “Female Trouble” is full of negative stereo types of gay men, like the gay hair dresser scene should we ban that too no but maybe talk about how the stereotypes are hurtful and part of history? The fact that they come from a gay man doesn’t make them any less harmful.

    We need to have have a real conversation about the way drag sometimes portrays woman and the values of the LGBT community as a whole. If we about Equality then we must not represent woman in drag in a simple light as drag pageants do.

    Again I’m not against drag as a while just queens who think putting a wig and makeup makes them a woman. Should we not read simple queens who just do pageants? Drag Race is about more then that.

    Love the show keep up the good work.

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