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Let me preface this by saying that I support any and all programming that highlights LGBTQ people. RuPaul’s Drag Race, one of the biggest programs on television, secured several 71st Primetimy Emmy Award nominations when they were revealed on Tuesday, July 16. Major categories they earned nods in included Oustanding Reality Competition Program and Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program (RuPaul), both of which they won at the 2018 ceremony. They are also up for awards in categories like Outstanding Makeup...

Billy Porter in FX’s POSE (image via Instagram/PoseOnFX) The 2019 Emmy Award nominations have been announced and, as anticipated, red carpet ninja Billy Porter snagged a well-earned nomination for Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his work as “Pray Tell” in FX’s acclaimed series, Pose. The series, which chronicles the ball culture of New York City in the late 80s at the height of the AIDS epidemic, received a total of 6 nominations including for Outstanding Drama Series. Billy Porter &...

Credit: Screenshot via VH1 YouTube Please, PLEASE, take this list with a grain of salt. Nothing is confirmed just yet.  Pride.com reported on the alleged list of cast members for RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars 5 earlier this week, and it looks absolutely scrumptious. This appears to be an old vs new type situation for AS5, as half of the rumored cast is from the beginning seasons while the others are from eight and on. No one listed is from seasons four through...

After a scorching lip sync versus fellow lip sync assassin Alyssa Edwards during RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2, Season 2 standout Tatianna firmly positioned herself as a Drag Race favorite. Hitting the road with some of her favorite sisters following All Stars only solidified her standing with the fans; this smoldering sweetheart was now an official fan favorite.  Her latest track “Hurt My Feelings” is going to position her nicely with a spot on the dance charts, if the...

Andrew Garfield Screenshot Andrew Garfield will be one of the many stars joining the RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK judging panel during its debut season. “The creativity is always totally outside the box and it’s one of the many reasons I watch and love the show,” Andrew, 35, told BBC3. The Oscar nominee has spoken about his love for the long-running series several times in the past. “It’s the best show in the history of shows!” he told Elle Magazine in 2017. “Having met...

Credit: VH1 YouTube Cancel your summer plans because seasons 1-5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race are now included in your Amazon Prime Video subscription.  RuPaul announced the exciting news on Instagram Thursday, July 4, along with a sickening snap of the drag legend. “I’m never leaving my house,” one wrote. Why should you? Now fans can catch up on the seasons that helped turn this show into the cultural phenomenon that it is today.  The rest of the seasons are still available for purchase...

Credit: RuPaul Instagram RuPaul is entering into the world of real estate, henny! Page Six reported on Friday, July 5, that the Emmy-winning talk show host has listed his Los Angeles pad for a whopping $5 million dollars.  The website was able to get photos from inside his unbelievably gorgeous space that was initially purchased back in 2011 for $2.5 million. That means he’s attempting to sell it for twice the amount he paid almost ten years ago. Yas get that money...

With Season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race in the rearview mirror, you would think that many of the queens would be fading from memory, but the exact opposite is happening, They are dropping tons of amazing music, the most recent being New York City doll Honey Davenport, who’s latest offering “Worship Me” dropped this week.  The track features Davenport looking lush in a blue mod style to kick off the video, and...

Yvie Oddly may have snagged the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar” this season on RuPaul’s Drag Race, but she has plenty more planned after getting the crown on Season 11. Combining her own brand of tenacity, raw talent and uniqueness helped Oddly soar to the top of the competition with a couple stumbles and battles with her fellow competitors along the way. I grabbed some time with Yvie post-crowing to talk about what it’s like to have won...

Last week I had the great pleasure of attending not one, but two tapings of RuPaul’s new talk show “RuPaul” which will premiere on June 10th and have a limited three-week run on select Fox Television Stations. The Supermodel of the World turned Emmy-winning reality host has wrapped on fifteen episodes in hopes that his show will get picked up for a wig-snatching full season. Nicole Wilder/Warner Bros. Domestic Television DistributionThe new weekday hour-long talk show is hosted by RuPaul...

As the first Canadian queen to march into the RuPaul’s Drag Race werk room, Brooke Lynn Hytes came armed with a well know name, a matching pedigree, and the talent to back up both. From the moment she snagged the first runway win in full cobalt blue and yellow latex, we knew we had a drag dynamo on our hands. Her ability to put her best foot forth in almost every challenge and runway got her all the way...

Credit: Todrick HallIt must be pretty good to be Todrick Hall right now. The unstoppable force that is the Plainview, Texas native has conquered many entertainment obstacles over the past couple of years. He’s gone from the audition rooms of American Idol all the way to the Broadway stage in Kinky Boots and of course his time as a judge and dance mentor on RuPaul’s Drag Race. Oh, and the boy can sang....

From the moment A’keria C. Davenport sauntered onto the RuPaul’s Drag Race stage, we knew that we had a true professional on board. With the Davenport name behind her and the talent to match, this Davenport family member relied on her talent and consistency to make it all the way to the final four of the season. While she may not have snagged the crown, Davenport’s pedigree, sublimely stunning looks, & consistent homage to the history of drag will...

Credit: VH1 YouTubeSeason 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race has finally come to an end. Spoiler alert ahead for anyone that hasn’t watched the finale and has avoided social media and friends at all costs since Thursday night. Yvie Oddly became the first queen from Denver, Colorado to win RuPaul’s Drag Race. She bested fellow front runner Brooke Lynn Hytes in the end for the coveted crown. A’Keria C. Davenport and Silky Nutmeg Ganache were eliminated in the first lip sync...

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