9 posts categorized "JINKX MONSOON"
Above: Maybe, but he looks worth the effort.
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Chelsea Clinton popped into the Friday evening performance of Jinkx Monsoon Sings Everything!, an unscripted show at the Laurie Beechman Theatre here in NYC in which the RDR queen literally asks her audience for showtune requests.
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(All images in this post by Matthew Rettenmund, unless otherwise noted)
I've watched every season of RuPaul's Drag Race, I've done drag as Samantha Fox and I just co-wrote a book with none other than Alaska, so count me in when another RuPaul's Drag Race: Battle of the Seasons event hits NYC.
This past week's extravaganza was a blast! I was able to do the VIP meet-and-greet hour, where I shot all the girls—Manila Luzon, Miss Fame, Sharon Needles, Katya, Jinkx Monsoon, Violet Chachki, Adore Delano, Ginger Minj and Alaska herself—and then even managed to work my way backstage for some quality time with the low-lifes in high heels.
Backstage was a hoot. Or a hooter.
Sharon was friendly as could be, and embracing a far less Goth look, one of which Eve Arden would approve.
Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales are back with The Vaudevillians II: Bringing Up Baby, a drag show that continues their tradition of mining the past to make fun of the present. The twist this time is that Jinkx's character is preggers, but don't expect me to give away the third trimester of the show—you'll have to check that out yourself.
For a chance to win tickets to The Vaudevillians II, comment this blog with your favorite modern song you wish Jinkx and Major Scales would cover with a '20s spin.
I'll pick 1 of you at random to win 1 week from tonight at 5 p.m. ET. You must be in the NYC area and able to attend a show.
Barely made it to the second sold-out show of Return to Gray Gardens, the one-night-only presentation by Peaches Christ (fresh, arguably, from San Francisco) that spoofed the classique Grey Gardens (1975).
Christ came through with a stellar case, including Thomas Dekker (Heroes, All About Evil), Mink Stole of John Waters infamy and NYC's own Bob the Drag Queen, attempting Onassis realness. Two hunks were on hand to play the Maysles Brothers, who directed the original. (One was doing double-duty as choreographer, werk.)
Jinkx Monsoon, as Little Edie from the film, was the obvious highlight, but you know that if you saw her Snatch Game appearance on RuPaul's Drag Race, which the bitch won in a walk.
Hugh Jackman helps Michael Fassbender & James McAvoy achieve fan friction.
Man and transgender woman on trial in Uganda for homosexual acts.
Marijuana vending machines, eh.
Our Gang and Laurel & Hardy actress Jackie Lynn Taylor dies at 88.
I've been remiss: Efrem Zimbalist Jr. died May 2 at 95.
Sally Field vs. Julia Roberts in filthy Celebrity Curse-Off.
Supreme Court losing fans faster than an audited Twitter account.
Babies with eyebrows is a good idea:
Class assignment: Argue whether the Holocaust was or wasn't real.
Idiotic Johnny Weir and his crook husband reconcile. Yay?
RHOA's Porsha Williams apologizes for explicitly anti-gay sermon.
Maybe she would've been a good match for a dictator's son.
Jinkx Monsoon's The Inevitable Album is out at Out.
Michael Musto's letter to Michael Alig is killer.
HE BANGS: Ricky Martin papped in his undies.
Mankini overboard! (Photo by @jimshi809)