“I’ve been following Max for a long time,” said Chicago barista Joey Titto, “so I was immediately suspicious, because I know how much he loves to ski.
In a long-awaited announcement, Viacom has decided that its reality competition to find “The Next U.S. Drag King” will debut on the Never11th of Notember at Nope p.m. ET/PT. Television history was made on Friday as VH1 became the first network to kind of hear an intern whisper “What about a Drag King show?” during an afternoon development meeting.
Boo Radley: a muscular shut in? We’ll count it! To Kill A Mockingbird is here, it’s queer, and—oh sweet god, we need to come up with four more of these!?
“You know I’ve always liked her, but I just think it’s kind of nice that she isn’t wearing all those flashy costumes anymore,” local mom Trish MacGibbon reports. “Now it’s just about the singing.”
She may lack Jennifer Beal’s exquisite cheekbones, but this local executive is definitely about to rail her married colleague in the airport Marriott.