Sue Ellen state Texas city Salem county King And Queen Pride testing Trans Sue Ellen state Texas city Salem county King And Queen

Dallas got talent

Reading now: 933

Past Queer Off winners, from left, Fauxbia, Porter Bella Graves, Trisha Delish, Queer Off founder and host Kylee O’Hara Fatale, Kendrix Kyle and Salem Moon at Dallas Pride (Photo courtesy Fatale) Filled with local talent, ‘The Queer Off’ season six is up and running RICH LOPEZ  |  Staff This past Wednesday, Kylee O’Hara Fatale stepped back into her hosting duties at Sue Ellen’s to launch of season six of her talent show, The Queer Off.

With 16 contestants this season, the elimination-style show features locals displaying an array of talents. In short, sure — there’s drag here.

But this ain’t no Drag Race. “Sure, there are Drag Race-style challenges, but this is like no other show ever,” Fatale (nee Timothy Sherwood) said by phone before the season premiere. “The key word here is ‘queer,’ and we feature the best up-and-coming talent of queer artists.” The show continues at Sue Ellen’s for a total of 12 weeks from last Wednesday.

The contest has featured drag kings and queens, dancers, singers and more of all genders and orientations practicing queer arts, as Fatale describes it.

The website is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News