This Monday night, the GaySocialites.com team is out in full force with team coverage of two major events happening in New York City.
Charles Winters and Robbyne Kaamil are on the red carpet at the Get Out Awards in Manhattan’s West Village at the all new Boots and Saddle.
While Christopher Dellea and Aurora Wallace will be attending the crowing of the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race at Stage 48 in Hell’s Kitchen.
Throughout the night, both teams will be tweeting @gaysocialites with updates including the first look at the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7 as well as the glitz and glamour from the Get Out Awards red carpet arrivals. We will also be posting photos throughout the night on Instagram @gaysocialites. You can follow us there for updates directly to your phone or mobile device.
In addition, we have placed our Instagram gallery below. It will populate with photos throughout the evening. Also, make sure you check back with us throughout the week for complete coverage of both the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7 finale and the 2015 Get Out Awards.
On Monday, June 1st GaySocialites.com‘s Charles Winters and Robbyne Kaamil will host the official coverage on the red carpet of the 2015 Get Out Magazine Awards.
For the first time, this year’s awards will help kick-off June’s month-long celebration of Gay Pride in New York on Monday, June 1st.
GAYSOCIALITES SPECIAL COVERAGE
Starting this Monday night, GaySocialites.com will begin our special coverage of the announcement of the last queen standing on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7. The winner and latest person to be named “America’s Next Drag Superstar” will be crowned by Season 6 winner Bianca del Rio in New York City that night. GaySocialites.com‘s Aurora Wallace and Christopher Dellea will provide full coverage starting that night live from Stage 48 where the winner will be revealed.
Even if you don’t live near or in a big city, you have a city near you that is decked out for the holidays. I encourage everyone to visit “the city” during the Christmas Holidays. It is a great opportunity to support your local businesses and charities.
This week my husband and I dressed up a little bit (well at least I did) and went into the city to see “It’s a wonderful life” on the big screen in an old historical theater, the Tennessee Theatre, located in nearby Knoxville, Tennessee.