"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.'"
Michaels reflected on first meeting Barry backstage at her West Hollywood show, The Dreamgirls Revue. Despite being very raw in terms of drag, the veteran immediately recognized the young performer's potential. When friends in Vegas called looking for a Britney impersonator, she referred the future star.
"I wasn't even looking for who to do better than," said the ever-confident performer, who hits San Francisco's Castro Theatre May 28 for Drag Queens of Comedy. "I have to do my own personal best. If I do that, my creativity will come through."
Part runway stomper, part den mother, the "Oprah of Drag" has toured worldwide spreading her infectious personality with no sign of slowing down.
It was on this night that I saw my first drag show. I had never been exposed to drag, with the exception of one evening when my mom got adventurous with movie night and rented The Birdcage. But here I was witnessing the real thing.
In honor of the 420 holiday, who better to ask than the world's ultimate Mary Jane on all things dope?
"We're all born naked and the rest is drag," true words by RuPaul whose 2nd Annual DragCon bats its fierce lashes at the Los Angeles Convention Center...
I donned my Hurricane Kimchi style -- high heels, makeup, wig -- and decided to roam the streets of Seoul.
Daring to go against the norm was nerve-wracking, however, having the opportunity to open this new door of queer representation, on my campus, overpowered all of my doubts.
Now a full-fledged pop-rock phenom, King is taking a different route than the musical stars she grew up hearing on radio. She hopes the authenticity of her music, and decision to lyrically bask in her own imperfections, make her more "relatable" than most of her contemporaries.
There is one word that could describe the hilariously talented Ross Matthews, it would be "infectious." From his warm and signature laugh to his zest for anything celebrity, Matthews loves every single project he is involved in.
Underneath the red wig and the makeup, Candy Samples is Will Harrell, a boyish and rather shy native of Astoria, Queens. For Harrell, HIV/AIDS awareness is personal.
Not since Season Four finalist Chad Michaels strutted into the runway has there been a contestant on "RuPaul's Drag Race" that bore such a striking re...
Carson sat down for a chat with us to talk about returning to the judges panel on the eighth season of RuPaul's Drag Race, why he thinks drag queens are the superheroes of our community, and what we can expect on his upcoming stint as one of the competitor's on Celebrity Apprentice.
There isn't a harder working gal in New York City than Marti Gould Cummings. From hitting clubs like The Ritz and now premiering at Bottoms Up, Marti is simply redefining what it means to be a queen dedicated to her craft.
In the world of drag, Acid Betty is an absolute enigma. A true individual, she is giving a completely different kind of drag to this season of RuPaul's Drag Race.