RuPaul's Drag Race (2009– )
RuPul is set to convene a retrospective of VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and host a panel with executive producers and Sundance Film Festival veterans Randy Barbato and Fenton Baily, alongside Tom Campbell and SVP of Original Programming for MTV, VH1 and Logo Pamela Post. He will also serve as the Next Innovator Award juror and will present the award to his favorite film in the category.
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Hall appeared as Christmas-themed drag queen Miss Triple X-Mas in the December 10 “Bob’s Burgers” Christmas episode, “The Bleakening.” As Miss Triple X-Mas (who normally goes by “Cleavage to Beaver”), Hall sings a song titled “Twinkly Lights,” which he performs both in the episode at an underground rave and during the closing credits.
Hall announced his appearance in the family-friendly cartoon on Instagram. “Happiest Moment Of My Life,” he wrote, punctuated with clapping hand emojis. “And yasssss for this Deena Jones/Elsa dress they put me in.” This is the dress he’s referring to.
Miss Triple X-Mas marks Hall’s first role in an animated series, but it's far from his first time in drag. Hall has performed in the Broadway show Kinky Boots as Lola,
Per Vulture, Drag Race stars Valentina, Katya, and Manila will all appear on an episode of Cycle 24, and you can guarantee,
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It’s that brand of strange, out-of-left-field comedy that landed the two their very own talk show, The Trixie & Katya Show on Viceland, after becoming breakout stars on season seven ofRuPaul’s Drag Race. The show follows a similar format to their YouTube series; they take one topic every week and examine it through personal stories, games, man-on-the-street segments and more.
In a conversation with Et, Trixie and Katya discuss going from YouTube to Viceland, their experience competing on VH1’s reality series, why they want to talk about serious issues like suicide and much, much
Happy Thanksgiving, readers! I'm reaching into the walls of The Film Experience and feeling my heart beat with nothing but gratitude. Whether it's talking about music in movies on my column Soundtracking or dishing RuPaul's Drag Race, I truly love being a part of this marvelous team and engaging with all of you lovely readers even when my sink isn't braced yet.
This year I am especially thankful for:
In The Trixie & Katya Show, the titular queens dish on a multitude of subjects in a stream of consciousness style. As they do, their dialgoues are punctuated with campy green-screen effects and colorful blocks of text. Man-on-the-street segments and question-and-answer sessions add variety to the 22-minute program. In the premiere, which was made available on YouTube 12 days before its premiere on television, Trixie & Katya share their thoughts on hookups:
The Trixie & Katya Show is stylistically similar to UNHhhh. The queens' web series spanned 68 episodes on WOWPresents, the YouTube channel run by RuPaul's Drag Race producer World of Wonder. Along the way,
Wow Presents Plus builds off of the company's existing YouTube channel, Wow Presents, with a lineup of ad-free originals and a rotating selection of its existing documentaries and series, all for $4 per month.
"As Wow has grown, we've evolved a brand and a voice," says co-founder Fenton Bailey, adding that a "community of outsiders" has developed around Wow's programming. "We're trying to grow that experience for our tribe and give them every possible way that they can not only tell...
RuPaul, with the help of Chaka Khan, revealed the season three lineup during an hour-long special on VH1. This year, Aja (season nine, pictured above), BenDeLaCreme (season six), Chi Chi DeVayne (season eight), Kennedy Davenport (season seven), Milk (season six), Morgan McMichaels (season two), Shangela (seasons two and three), Thorgy Thor (season eight) and Trixie Mattel (season seven, and host of the upcoming Viceland talk show, The Trixie & Katya Show, with ) will all vie for a coveted place in the Drag Race Hall of Fame alongside past winners Chad Michaels and Alaska.
In addition to the returning contestants, Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews will once again judge the competition alongside RuPaul. And just like season two’s , expect plenty of unexpected moments in what
Asking For: $20,000 through Kickstarter
Amount Raised Thus Far (At Time Of Post): $9,190
Days Remaining In Campaign (At Time Of Post): 8
Description: The program that may be the most fabulous cooking show on the internet is looking to come back for a third helping. Fausto Fernos and Marc Felion, the hosts of the popular Lgbt podcast Feast of Fun, are raising money in order to support a new season of their web series Cooking With Drag Queens.
Each episode of Cooking With Drag Queens features a drag queen as its guest and a recipe that reflects upon that queen's personality. The performers who have appeared on the show include several who have won seasons of the iconic competition series RuPaul's Drag Race, including Bob The Drag Queen and Jinkx Monsoon.
With the funds they hope to secure through Kickstarter, Fernos and
Two talent agencies specializing in Lgbt entertainers — and particularly emerging talent from the drag world — are merging to become a powerhouse firm representing the best in the world of dance music, gender-bending and other aspects of gay culture.
Producer Entertainment Group (Peg) — the client list of which includes such RuPaul's Drag Race royalty as Bob the Drag Queen, Alaska 5000, Sharon Needles and Michelle Visage — will combine staffing, talent and other resources with Executive PR and Talent (Eprt), which represents major music artists like Boy George and Culture...
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