GLAAD Awards Exclusive Interview: All Stars 7 drag superstars Trinity The Tuck & Yvie Oddly “by living my truth I’m helping somebody else discover theirs”

They’re both already winners, baby! Two of the stars of the upcoming season of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 7, Yvie Oddly (who snatched the season 11 crown) and Trinity The Tuck (who reigned victorious on All Stars 4, in a tie with Monét X Change) were in attendance at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media... Continue Reading →

33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards to honour Wilson Cruz & Judith Light in New York

This Friday, May 6th, GLAAD—the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization—will honour award-winning actor, producer, and activist Wilson Cruz with the Vito Russo Award at its 33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York. The Vito Russo Award—named after the writer, GLAAD founder, and ACT UP activist who pushed open the door for news and entertainment industries to... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: original next drag superstar BeBe Zahara Benet & filmmaker Emily Branham on Being BeBe

Filmmaker Emily Branham spent fifteen years following drag artist, and Drag Race's OG next drag superstar, BeBe Zahara Benet aka Marshall Ngwa, resulting in the insightful, heartfelt, and inspiring award-winning feature documentary Being BeBe. From her early pageant days, to the high of snatching that first Drag Race crown, through the struggles of making a... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Australian drag superstar Courtney Act on her Sydney Theatre Company debut “this feels like a whole level jump”

Australia has never been shy of drag. From the legacy of Sydney’s Les Girls and Carlotta, to Barry Humphries' iconic Dame Edna and Stephan Elliott's classic 1994 movie The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, drag has long been part of nation's cultural mix. But things changed when Courtney Act rose to fame in... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: We’re Here season 2 star Bob the Drag Queen ” if you talk about Black people, you are talking about queer people, because, hello Mary, here I am!”

Tonight's episode of the Emmy-nominated We're Here, the fourth in season two, sees drag superstars Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela, and Eureka arrive in Selma, Alabama. It's a town that is of course known internationally for its prominent place in the US civil rights struggle partly because of the more than six hundred foot soldiers,... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Emmy-nominated creators of HBO’s We’re Here Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram “we set out to tell stories that are being ignored”

With the first three episodes of season two of We're Here now streaming on HBO Max—and new episodes airing on Mondays at 9pm ET/PT on HBO—The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann had an exclusive conversation with the show's Emmy-nominated creators and executive producers Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram. They share their determination to go even... Continue Reading →

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