In case you’ve missed it, here is your chance to catch up on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 6.
It looks like this season is going to be full of drama, but that’s clearly what happens when you put 14 drag queens in a cut throat competition with one another!
For Season 6, rather than introducing us to all of the drag contestants at once, RuPaul has split the queens up into two group of seven for a dramatic unveiling fit for a queen.
First, you’ll want to watch “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked”, Episode One”. In the premiere episode, the queens realize early on that one contestant’s behavior is probably going to get-up on every body’s nerves!
Watch the first four episodes of RuPaul’s Darg Race Season 6 here:
Full disclosure, I am a big fan of Bruce Lee – I’m drawn to his charisma, his incredible physical precision, and, oh yeah, that smokin’ hot bod. So it’s not surprising that David Henry Hwang’s bioplay about Lee, Kung Fu, doesn’t really tell me anything about Bruce I didn’t already know. As Hwang usually does, however, he’s managed to find compelling ways to meditate on the sociological and artistic dimensions of Lee’s story.
“Rupaul’s Drag Race” will return for it’s sixth season this February on LOGO, and the trailer was released this week with a star studded line-up.
You can watch the video preview here:
The winners of 71st annual Golden Globe Awards announced Sunday in Beverly Hills and were hosted, once again, by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
The Golden Globes honor the best-of-the-best in motion pictures and on television.
Here is a complete list of the 2014 Golden Globe winners:
Bravo’s Head of Development Andy Cohen is evidently stepping down from his position as an exec with the cable network, but that really doesn’t mean he’s going any where.
According to the New York Daily News, Cohen is: