Under the Pink Carpet (2000– )

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A Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Transgender themed entertainment news magazine series. Irreverent, fast moving and colorful, Under the Pink Carpet features celebrity interviews and backstage ... See full summary »

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Clover Honey ...
 Drag Diva Correspondent / ... (17 episodes, 2005-2011)
Tony Sawicki ...
 Correspondent / ... (17 episodes, 2005-2011)
Stephanie I. Butler ...
 Fag Hag Correspondent (11 episodes, 2005-2010)
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A Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Transgender themed entertainment news magazine series. Irreverent, fast moving and colorful, Under the Pink Carpet features celebrity interviews and backstage coverage at concerts, film/theater premieres, nightclubs, book signings, performances, plays, parties, and more! Because of it's fun, comical style Under the Pink Carpet is popular with "straight" audiences as well as LGBT people. But Under the Pink Carpet is more than just entertainment news. The show realistically and sometimes critically examines many aspects of the Gay subculture, providing a no holds barred glimpse behind the facade of a "fabulous" lifestyle. The show is produced and directed by Tony Sawicki, who also serves as the primary correspondent. Also featured as News/Entertainment Correspondents are Drag Personality Clover Honey (the 1st and only Transgendered reporter on national TV!), hilarious and openly Lesbian Stand-Up Comedian Michele Balan and Attorney, Producer and self-described "... Written by C. Welsh

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28 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm Straight and me and my Straight friends enjoy watching Under the Pink Carpet. That's why I say that not only is it great to have a Drag Correspondent, but it's also great to have a "Fag Hag" Correspondent. Stephanie has a wonderful personality and she is someone we can identify with. She has fun with all the Gays and Drags at the events and we have fun watching them. Stephanie knows what Joan Rivers, Liza and Grace Adler know - and that is to hang out with Gays is a hoot and a holler! Tony Sawicki is funny and sexy, and we just love him. And of course, Clover Honey is a delight! Under the Pink Carpet gives a 20/20 vision Queer eye for us to take a peek into the parties of the fabulous! But it's not just entertainment news. The show generates energy and comedy from its cast. It also educates as it entertains.


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