With the high visibility of drag queens on TV and social media and (even this podcast) there’s an idea that drag is just another form of show business, but it’s so much more. For Puerto […]
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Tiger King- the true crime story reigned supreme as the 2020 pandemic documentary series on Netflix. It was so wildly popular that it is now getting a dramatic series produced by everyone’s favorite lesbian Kate McKinnon and starring none other than Hedwig himself, John Cameron Mitchel.
Will the Hedwig queen be able to transform herself into the Tiger King?
Today we take a look at the new web series Joe Exotic, now in production, that digs even deeper into the mayem, meth and madness of the Tiger King world.
One of the great diamonds in the rough on Disney’s streaming service is the reality TV show Encore, which reunites the cast members from musicals they originally performed in high school and then has them recreate the big show, sometimes decades later, in front of a live audience.
Today Brittany Kay Taylor, who played Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast in the reality TV series Encore serves up some piping hot tea on getting her high school theater gang back together a decade later and going viral as a voice over talent on Tik Tok.
It’s Fat Tuesday! The streets of New Orleans are empty, but we are celebrating from home with our good gal pal Mystique Summers, from Season 2 of RuPauls’ Drag Race.
Last week, Mystique’s and her drag sister Nina Bonina Brown got into a deep conversation about trans bodies, the art of drag, and Nina’s comments on Gotmik’s scantily clad runway look on Drag Race.
Today Mystique Summers joins us to take a look at the heated conversation taking place about trans drag queens, Gotmik’s showing off that body ody ody and how Texas is freezing.
For 13 seasons RuPaul’s Drag Race has been bringing underground artists into the mainstream, and sometimes the world is just not ready for the gag. This time, the latest greatest gasp for air is a t shirt designed by drag queen Gotmilk which prominently displays the scars from their top surgery.
Today NYC drag personality Kareem McJagger joins us to take a look at Gotmik’s controversial new t shirt design and what exactly was Tessica Brown trying to do with that Gorilla Glue Spray to lay an edge. What does it mean to lay an edge?
We were all hoping that 2021 wouldn’t be as terribly twisted as 2020, but in the first week of the new year we got rumors that Kanye West is dating Jeffree Star, Azealia Banks boils her cat, Armie Hammer is into cannibalism, Gays over Covid, Trump’s second impeachment and Republicans invade the Capitol building to overthrow Democracy.
Today we’re back with a vengeance to take a look at the truly twisted, outrageous news that happened over the winter break
Christmas has arrived! No winter snow, no covid pandemic, no gloom nor doom is going to hold back a fierce queen like Vivacious from snapping her fan and shining her light this holiday season.
Innovating like a mother-has-arrived, our gal pal from Season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race is busy cranking out the Cameos and turning her New York City apartment into an international dance club with Quarantina Dancerina.
Today Vivacious, mother of Ornacia, soul sister to all the good people of the world joins us to look back on the year and how drag queens are turning to online media and streaming to give the children life.
Although drag queens are known for working the runway sweetie, who is to say the art of drag can’t make a twirl in your bakery display case? Okay. Yes girl, spin Miss Swiss Buttercream, frosted for the gods!
Wait- you think drag and pastries don’t mix? They do if it’s DragCakes on Instagram. Created by pastry artist Josué Luciano, drag cakes are edible delights that pay homage to some of the greatest moments in drag.
Today Josué Luciano, the king of drag cakes joins us to take a look at his elaborate confectionery creations inspired by legendary drag queens and great moments in pop music.
James St. James talks about his book “Freak Show” which is now a movie on Amazon Prime.
It’s been a huge year for drag queens and their fans, not just with RuPaul’s Drag Race’s move to a major cable channel, but also with the many web series and reality TV shows featuring drag artists.
So why are people saying drag is not the shiny happy party it promised to be? As Morgan McMichael says “why you mad girl?”
Today, one of New York’s hottest drag queens, Miz Cracker, joins us to talk about the way drag queens have taken over media and what that means for the goils who grew up pounding the pavement in heels to perform at the local queer watering holes.