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If you watched Willam Belli on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” this season, you noticed two things: one, he is an incredibly talented and beautiful performer; and two, he was smart enough to be the bitchiest, most ego-centric drag queen in the room. After all, reality TV viewers may love Miss Congeniality (Latrice Royale, in this case), but the cameras love drama.

I caught up with Willam just before the finale event for a series of more serious videos about politics and bullying, but you can’t keep the performer behind “Love You Like A Big Schlong” or “Chow Down (At Chick-fil-A)” from cracking wise. What you can, however, get is the lyricist behind “The Vagina Song to respond to charges of misogyny and transphobia … once you explain what “misogyny” means. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Video: An Homage To McQueen In “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Premiere?

The fourth season of the wonderful “RuPaul’s Drag Race” premiered last night on Logo; the show’s thirteen new drag-queen contestants had to survive the “Rupocalypse,” the series’ first elimination. This Rupocalypse involved a challenging photo session with perennial reality-TV “star” Mike Ruiz, in which the queens had to pose on a spinning platform while being hosed down with “toxic waste” (read: neon-colored paint) by two near-naked male models. This might not seem like textbook McQueen, but the queens’ slow, off-kilter spin cycles in voluminous white dresses seemed very reminiscent of the iconic spring 1999 McQueen show’s finale, with model Shalom Harlow getting graffitied by two menacing robots. The challenge was in keeping with drag queens’ reputation for reappropriating fashion imagery in the best possible way, and not only because a good queen never misses the opportunity to make a phallic joke about hoses.

Watch a video of paint-covered queens falling all over themselves here…

12 Life Lessons From “RuPaul’s Drag Race”

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Somehow I missed the first three seasons of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” during their television run. But the show found its way to me thanks to the magic of Netflix live streaming. Now that I’ve watched all three seasons consecutively, I think this reality TV diamond in the rough may be my most favoritest of all time. Why? Well, obviously because drag queens are fabulous. They are talented, creative, and courageous lady boys who can turn feathers into gold. And that RuPaul Charles! Dammit! I knew she was a Cover Girl, but I didn’t know she was the most inspiring human being to ever host a television show. She’s everything Tyra Banks wishes she could be on “ANTM.” Yes, I walk away from every episode having learned how to properly contour a jaw line or bedazzle a butt cheek, but I also leave with glittering hunks of wisdom. After the jump, important life lessons I’ve learned from “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” You’d better work, bitch! Keep reading »

RuPaul Makes His Go-Go Boys Work It!

As y’all know, I’m obsessed with the eleganza and extravaganza that is “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” But behind all those rhinestones there is even more eye-catching hotness: the Drag Race Pit Crew. Those bikini bottom-clad boy wonders have amazing bods and, as it turns out, mad sexy dance moves. RuPaul knows how to pick ‘em! In fact, you can watch this audition tape of a bunch of wannabe go-gos shaking their ass to be cast on season three. And you know when you’re trying to impress the Queen, you’ve got to pull out all the stops! [WOW Report] Keep reading »

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 3 Is So Sparkly You’re Gonna Have To Watch With Sunglasses


Have you been trying to buy sequins, but every store is out? Well, girl, it’s probably because “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is finally taping Season 3! And judging by their videos, these new Queens are fab-u-lous. I have to say, I’m happy to see so many plus-size ladies representin’ this season! But let’s get down to business. I have guessed the runner-up and the winner for seasons 1 and 2 correctly, so I’d like to use my glitter powers again to humbly submit my pick FTW of season three. Ladies, biological or otherwise, and gentlemen, I present the future America’s Sweetheart: Alexis Matteo. She likes to work a ponytail — that’s a platform I can get behind! Might I add I own those earrings already? Clearly, I’m biased. You can check out all the other contestants, in all their full glory here. As Ru says—may the best woman win! Keep reading »

Oops, Pandora Boxx Did It Again!


Last night, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” crowned its second queen. It was not our beloved Jujubee, but it was just as I had predicted before even seeing one single episode. If you haven’t watched yet, I won’t spoil it for you. Go home and enjoy your DVR, girl. But, I did get a case of the sadz now that it’s all over. Season 2 was awesome because of ladies like this here Pandora, aka the fan vote winner of Miss Congeniality. Just look at the P.Boxx’s crazy hilarious audition tape. (Or don’t, if you’re Britney Spears.) Tear, I’m gonna miss you, bitches! Keep reading »

Quick Pick: Jujubee For The Win!

Do not even try calling me tonight from 9 to 11 p.m. because I will be glued to the final episode and reunion of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Who will win: alpha dog/dark vixen Raven, the other Tyra, or sweet-as-sugar Jujubee? It’s really a win-win situation, isn’t it? Although I originally predicted, before the season started, that Tyra had it in the bag, after watching every episode, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the fierce realness that is Juju will be named queen of queens. Can I get an amen? Keep reading »

Clear Your Calendars: “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Starts Its Engine Soon


Just in time for National Drag History Month, a preview of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” season two, has sashayed onto the internet. And girl, it looks like some serious fierceness! The first episode premieres Feb. 1 and will include guest judges Kathy Griffin, whose beauty routine is about the same as the competitors, and Henry Rollins, a metal bad boy with a funny, sensitive side. Swoon! I will SO be watching this season. But I have to admit, I’m still going through Ongina, Nina Flores, and Bebe Zahara withdrawal from season one. Luckily, there are more super-rad drag queens that deserve our worship this season. Check out my pick for the win, after the jump. Keep reading »

Poll: Which Queen Should Win The Crown On “RuPaul’s Drag Race”?

Tonight, at 10pm on LOGO, the final episode of the best show in the universe, “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” airs. Will the new reigning Queen be my fave, the fabulous chameleon Nina Flores, the regal glamazon Bebe Zahara Benet, or that nasty bitch Rebecca Glasscock? Ugh, you just know that ho is going to wind up doing hair and make up at Glamour Shots when this is all over! Anyway, now that season one is almost done, fingers crossed there’ll be a season two — with a twist. Bring on the M-E-N! You heard me, it’s time to crown a Drag King like Murray Hill or Elvis Herselvis! But, first, which Queen do you think should win the crown TONIGHT? Keep reading »

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