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FOF#2952 – HRH Princess Diandra Reads Diana Ross to Filth

Her Royal Highness Princess Diandra has had an amazing drag career impersonating her first love Diana Ross. But she also relishes channelling the other two great entertainers in her Holy Trinity: Tina Turner and Patti Labelle.

As much as Princess Diandra loves her divas, she cuts them no slack. She’d just as soon come for those ladies that the “HRH” in her title might as well stand for “Honey, Read Her!”

Today Her Royal Highness Princess Diandra joins us to tell the tales of all her adventures performing as a drag entertainer and all celebrities she loves to read to filth.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 3 months ago 2
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FOF #2950 – Alexandra Gray on Sister Act and Black Divas

Sister Act, the 1992 musical comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg, is a favorite classic for many LGBTQ+ folks, after-all, who can’t relate to a larger than life figure who has to find their own special world to protect themselves from dangerous forces?

Today Alexandra Gray, drag entertainer from the Hall Dynasty, joins us to take a look working in Chicago’s drag scene and then getting cast in the Sister Act Musical, in the lead role of Delores Van Cartier.

Listen as we chat with Alexandra about how drag gave her a path to expressing her womanhood and the similarities of her life to the movie Sister Act.

Posted in: Drag & Trans, Drag Queens & Kings, Musicians, Podcast 3 months ago 0

FOF #2946 – The Tea on Tina Turner

In the new documentary film, Tina, the Queen of Rock and Roll has the final word on her growing poor, her relationship with Ike Turner, and how she became one of the world’s most celebrated artists.

The new documentary is gonna get you hooked on Tina all over again.

But despite its in-depth look at the pop icon’s life, many amazing things were briefly touched on or left on the cutting room floor, so today is Tina Turner day, where we look at the life and legacy of this one of a kind diva.

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 4 months ago 0

FOF #2897 – Matt Brown’s Karmic Justice

Folks are having a hearty laugh over President Trump getting hospitalized for COVID-19, the deadly disease he said would go away like magic.

Now Republicans are asking for compassion for the President, so at least we can all be on the same page as to how terrible this virus can be.

Today comedian Matt Brown joins us to take a look at the complicated reactions people have to the shocking news that many top Republicans including the Supreme Court pick Amy Barrett all came down with COVID-19. But after almost 4 years of daily lies, could Trump be crying wolf or is this the truth, of which he was so afraid, he downplayed it to the American public?

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 10 months ago 0

FOF # 2881 – Yvie Oddly, the Last Drag Superstar Before the Apocalypse

The year 2020 has turned the world of drag upside down and round and round. With the drag world going through contortions it’s oddly fitting that super elastic Yvie Oddly would be the last drag queen before the ‘Rona Pandemic hit to be crowned America’s Next Drag Superstar.

Today the wonderfully weird Yvie Oddly from RuPaul’s Drag Race joins us to talk about doing drag during the times of Rona, the surprising criticism she got from fans and fellow contestants after being crowned and early days of drag.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast, Television 1 year ago 0

FOF #2839 – Jake Noll on Surviving the Corona Apocalypse

With annoying music festivals canceled, colleges suspending classes and once crowded airports are nearly empty with flights at rock bottom prices, is coronavirus such a bad thing?

Yes, yes it is.

The World Health Organization just classified the coronavirus virus outbreak as a pandemic.

Today non-binary survivalist Jake Noll joins us to take a look at the fear and axiety over the coronavirus pandemic, and how it taps into people’s latenet fear over their own bodies

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

FOF #2322 – A Brief Herstory of Drag Queen Music

Long before drag queens became drag superstars, many gender non conforming artists worked the Chitlin Circuit, a nickname given to venues where black and often queer artists could freely and safely perform in a racially segregated America.

Today we’re going back, back, back to the roots of drag queen musical acts from the Chitlin Circuit all the way to RuPaul and beyond with DJ Marc Moose Moder.

Posted in: Drag & Trans, Podcast 5 years ago 3