Fifi sat down with me to chat about what her year as MIss'd America has been like, how she got her start in New York City in front of some of the biggest names in the business, and what Fifi's pride really means to her.
Ambrosia's arrival in Los Angeles coincided with what many consider to be Downtown Los Angeles' queer renaissance. Her blend of otherworldly looks, truly next-level lip-syncing skills, and fantastic DJ sets, have people lining up in droves to get a taste of her salad.
With her heavy-handed contour and wild makeup, few RuPaul's Drag Race alumni are as instantly recognizable as Trixie Mattel. The reality competition's Season 7 favorite admits her look hasn't always been so unique though.
Everywhere Varla Jean Merman and Coco Peru go, fans ask about the sequel to their iconic 2003 feature Girls Will Be Girls. Though the follow-up to the side-splitter is filmed, neither drag superstar knows exactly when to expect it in theatres.
When people like Roy Moore want us to believe drag queens are disordered, these gals remind us that drag is strength, drag is courage, drag is tenacity. When you hold our community down, drag can be loud and effective in making change.
"RuPaul's DragCon is the place to find your tribe," said RuPaul. "For all the super creative and super sensitive people out there who live in a world that says that you're too much or that you don't t fit in, DragCon says 'Welcome home, baby.'"