Kindness is in short supplies these days, so it’s great to see Chicago’s Queen of Nice, Alexis, snatch the coveted crown on Camp Wannakiki. Today Alexis P Bevels, the winner of Camp Wannakiki joins us to take a look at her time at the drag internment camp and what it takes to go all way!
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The 1982 the hit film Tootsie captivated audiences with its story of an actor so desperate to get a job that he crossed dress as a woman and became America’s sweetheart feminist icon.
Today we’re taking a look at the new Broadway musical Tootsie, that aims to update the classic love story of boy meets girl, boy dresses up as girl, and then girls fall in love.
Dolly fashion, or as it’s better known in Japan as Lolita is all about putting babydoll dresses, frills and bows inspired by classic Victorian literature. Lolita started on the streets of Japan but now it has conquered the world from t cosplay conventions to drag shows.
Joining us to talk about Lolita fashion is Steven Lopez, from the reality TV show “The Doll Life” which follows the behind-the-scenes antics of the dolly fashion brand Dolldelight.
LOGO TV announced they will debut a new Bachelor-esque style show called “Finding Prince Charming” where a gay male ‘bachelor’ allows 13 suitors to compete for his heart-on and it’s hosted by Lance Bass, who the The Onion AV Club called “America’s most boring gay man.”
Joining us today is comedian Cody Melcher to talk about why LGBT folks are clucking in distaste at the show’s ridiculous premise and why they feel the model/designer Sepúlveda is an obnoxious narcissist.
In part two of our podcast – “Will You accept These Hoes”” we continue chatting with Cody Melcher about why people are so quick to dislike the new reality series “Finding Prince Charming.”
Listen as we read a letter from a listener who says he had terrible sex with the star of the new reality TV show.
Lady Gaga was right- fame is a monster: you lose friends and family over jealousy, you feel drained after too many gigs and are left wondering how you’re going to find the energy for your next project.
Today we’re joined by reality TV producer and filmmaker Kerthy Fix to talk about common mistakes people make when they become famous because of reality television.
Out of the 100 drag queens that have battled it out on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Vivacious made one of the biggest impressions when she entered the work room declaring “mother has arrived.”
Today, Vivacious weighs in on the new batch of gals from Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and all the strong, iced cold tea RuPaul was serving in his latest interview.
In the early days of the podcast, we blurred the lines between reality and fantasy, with many of our guests improvising their roles we created for the live show. But, in many ways the characters they played were a mirror of their true selves.
Today comedian Amanda Cohen joins us to take a look at her pioneering role as Amanda Steinstein 14 years ago and how all of us being on What Not to Wear impacted our friendship.
In Part two of “When Reality TV Bites Back” we continue our podcast with Amanda Cohen about how being on the reality TV makeover show What Not to Wear impacted our friendship.
Plus, how Amanda rediscovered her love for stand up comedy. And how big of a struggle did Amanda have with the host of the show Stacy London?