Let's Talk About Drag Queens, Y'all



First, let me say this post was totally inspired by one of my blogging buddies, JD., who last week wrote a hysterical post about her love of Puerto Rican drag queens. If you’ve never visited JD’s blog, I Do Things So You Don’t Have To, I implore you to stop by sometime this weekend and treat yourself to her wonderful sense of humor. I guarantee you’ll love her as much as I do.

Now, getting back to drag queens….

Who here has never seen a drag show?

Who here thinks a drag show is a car race?

Oh, come on now….be honest.

A drag show (female impersonation) is when men dress up as women and traditionally lip-sync to diva vocal artists, such as, Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand, and Judy Garland, to name but a few. There are also some drag queens who have excellent voices, therefore sing as themselves, such as the ever-so-talented RuPaul.

Now, not all drag queens are pretty. Some are exquisite, while others resemble Clint Eastwood wearing lipstick, high heels, and his sister’s prom dress. However, even those drag queens are fun to watch because Clint Eastwood wearing a prom dress…well…is just amusing to watch.

I have also seen a few drag shows where women impersonate men and let me tell you, they’re fantastic too. However, I don’t know what you would call them. Perhaps, drag KINGS?

Not all female impersonators perform in gay nightclubs. In fact, while living in Florida, one of the most successful and packed night clubs was a straight club in Miami that I would sometimes go to see a very talented man impersonate Judy Garland. When you watched him it was as if you were seeing Judy Garland onstage - he was brilliant. The audience was a mixture of both straights and gays, but it was primarily straight couples on vacation, hooting and hollering, applauding wildly; thoroughly enjoying themselves.

I honestly think that EVERYONE can enjoy a professional drag show because it’s like watching a excellent magician.

It’s an illusion.

So, if you’ve never seen a drag queen, here are several photos I got off the Internet….



The infamous RuPaul

What has always amazed me about RuPaul, is that he’s equally attractive as both a man AND a woman.




Impersonation of Bette Midler


Impersonation of a YOUNG Joan Rivers.



Impersonation of Cher



Me. Impersonating Clint Eastwood, impersonating Dolly Parton.

(isn't my hair bitchin'?)




Have a DRAG of a weekend everyone!

X




Note: my photo created at Face In Hole

48 comments

  1. i am so impressed with drag queens. I love it on Project Runway when they make outfits for drag queens. I agree with you...there is so much talent involved...first with the hair, make-up, the humor and the ability to pull off impersonations! How come there are no drag kings? I think we need to start a new trend...drag kings..I like it! Thanks for a great post.

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  2. I LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE drag queens.. esp. the beautiful ones... I once knew someone who was the most beautiful transexual I've ever known... She was Latino- Alma - who used to come to the Brass Rail (in Hillcrest).. that's where I first met her - but she was a female impersonator at LIPPS in San Diego. You really couldn't tell AT ALL, that she was a man, but she went through some changes to be a woman- implants, hormones, etc.. So, I really looked at her as a woman, not a man. Oh well.. that's my encounter... I knew a few, but she was by far, the most real....
    LOVE this post Ron... I am really in awe and amazement at how good some of these people look - in fact -- they look sooo good and sooo beautiful, that I am sometimes (secretly) jealous at how beautiful they are as women-- I always say... they look better than some "real" women do!!!
    And, you look LOVELY as a Clint/Dolly impersonator...
    Happy weekend to ya!
    Leese

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  3. The Cher one is the funkiest!

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  4. I took my wife and friends to a drag show (a million years ago) on Ventura Blvd. in Los Angeles. Place called the Queen Mary. NEVER have I been so entertained in my life! My friends still talk about it...not only the performers, but geez even THE AUDIENCE was worth the price of admission. Some things about LA I can never replace here in Texas. Thanks for the oh-so-gentle reminder of the finer things in this life, dear Vent. EFH

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  5. Aw, thanks for the shout out, sweety-pie!

    My mom and I saw a great drag show in Vegas a few years ago, but otherwise, I haven't seen one since college. Oh, those were fun days. I remember the queens called Diana Ross "Dianva" and Donna Summer "Donnva." It was like an extra-elegant way of saying their name.

    RuPaul is so awesome, and she's been around a few years too.

    But she can't hold a candle to your Clint Eastwood-Dolly Parton character.

    SEXY!

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  6. Ron,
    Some of the most talented people I have seen or talked to have been drag queens. I make a jaunt at least two or three times a year to Proviencetown, in Cape Cod and there is an abundance of these individuals there. I have gone to drag queen revues and once I went to a prom with some of my friends where all the roles were revesed. It was a hoot. The best hair cut I ever received was in a shop at P'town and the person cutting my hair was dressed as Marilyn Monroe. He was a great guy.
    I have never put on a dress or tried to imitate a woman. Just can't do it. I did impersonate a marshmallow once I look so good and was so sweet I ate myself.
    I do know of a couple of men who looked more like a female Lurch walking the streets in Ptown now that was not a pretty sight. A 6 ft 5 in 315lbs man with stubble trying pass off as Shirley Temple just did not do it for. Oh well back to the good shop Lollipop.

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  7. Good Morning Susie!

    "I love it on Project Runway when they make outfits for drag queens."

    OMG...I'm addicted to Project Runway, I LOVE that show! And yes, I also love when they make outfits for drag queens! Oh, the DRAMA - HA!

    There was a club I use to go to in Florida that had Drag King shows every once in awhile. They were incredible! But, you hardly see those shows much.

    Rock on, drag kings!

    Thanks for stopping by, Susie! Always great to see ya, dear lady!

    Have a wonderful weekend....X

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  8. Bonjour Leesa!

    I remember the very first time I saw a drag show (I think it was when I moved to NYC). I sat there with my mouth wide open, AMAZED at how REAL he/she looked. There was also a gentleman in Florida, who went by the name "Dana Manchester." Never in my life, did I ever see a drag queen more REAL-LOOKING. He wore very little makeup, and his costumes were understated, so he was very natural-looking. He was truly a class act!

    "that I am sometimes (secretly) jealous at how beautiful they are as women-- I always say... they look better than some "real" women do!!!'

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....I've heard other women say the same thing.

    Me, however, look like Clint Eastwood!

    Bwhahahahahahahhahahaha!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, Leesa! Have a SUPER weekend, my friend!

    X

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  9. Bonjour Susu!

    Isn't Cher the BOMB?

    I freaked when I saw that photo! I mean he TOTALLY looks like Cher!!!

    Always so nice seeing you, Susu! Thank you for stopping by!

    Have a great weekend....X

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  10. Good Morning Expat!

    GREAT to see ya, bud!

    "My friends still talk about it...not only the performers, but geez even THE AUDIENCE was worth the price of admission."

    Yes! Yes! I know what you mean. Watching the audience is a show unto itself!

    I imagine LA is a lot like NYC. One BIG drag show!

    HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA!

    Thanks so much for stopping by today, Expat! I always enjoy your comments!

    Have a great weekend...........X

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  11. Gooooooooood Morning Sir Dave!

    " I did impersonate a marshmallow once I look so good and was so sweet I ate myself."

    Bwhahahahahahahahaahahahha!
    Bwhahahahahahhahahahahahaha!

    OMG. OMG. OMG....that was HYSTERICAL, man! I just SPEWED my morning coffee!

    I've never been to P Town, but a guy I work with is originally from Boston and he said it's faaaabulous. Escpecially during the summer months.

    "The best hair cut I ever received was in a shop at P'town and the person cutting my hair was dressed as Marilyn Monroe."

    OMG, how hilarious! I should have tried that while I was still cutting hair. No, on second thought...I think I would have scared my clients - HA!

    "I do know of a couple of men who looked more like a female Lurch walking the streets in Ptown now that was not a pretty sight. A 6 ft 5 in 315lbs man with stubble trying pass off as Shirley Temple just did not do it for."

    OH...you KILL ME!!!!!

    Thanks so much for stopping by this morning, my friend! I'll be laughing at your comment all day!

    Have an awesome weekend....X

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  12. Hello JD!

    Thank YOU! If it weren't for your faaaaabulous post last week, I would have never had the inspiration for this one. You ROCK, girl!

    " I remember the queens called Diana Ross "Dianva" and Donna Summer "Donnva."

    OMG, how hilarious!!!! I can just hear those diva queens saying it, too!

    Isn't RuPaul the BOMB? It still blows me away at how faaaabulous he looks as both a man and a woman. I've got a couple of his CD'S. He's got a great singing voice!

    Oh, thank you.....that's the first time anyone ever called me SEXY!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA!

    Always great seeing ya, JD. Thanks for stopping by!

    Have a great weekend....X

    Dolly

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  13. Almost fell outa my chair laughing over that one. LOL!

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  14. karaoke night (Sunday) at JR's in Houston is THE most entertaining. Some drag queens, some men in street clothes, but all can at least carry a tune and some performances are, well, provocative in a good-funny way. Haven't been in a while and I'd say it's high time!!

    Ron, hope you have a great weekend too!

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  15. Hellooooooooooo Greenwoman!

    OMG....it's sooooooooooooooooo wonderful seeing ya, dear lady!

    Yeah, I may have gone a little BONKERS with this post, you think?

    Me. Clint Eastwood. Dolly Parton.

    I'm one of the pretty ones.

    Bwhahahahahahahahhahaha!

    Thanks for stopping by, Greenwoman!

    Have a wonderful weekend........X

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  16. Good Afternoon Diane!

    OMG, I've NEVER seen karaoke done in drag before.

    I bet it's a HOOT!

    It's been ages since I've been to a drag show myself. However, living in a city, there are some days when the whole sidewalk is a DRAG SHOW!

    Bwhahahahahhahahahaha!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, dear lady! Always great seeing ya!

    Have a super-duper weekend...X

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  17. Now, that is some bitchin' hair...love that Clint Eastwood impersonating Dolly,! you are too funny! I used to work (haridressing days) with some guys who did drag. I never got a chance to see them perform in person but the pics they showed me were impressive! Have a fabulous day.

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  18. I left you a great comment7 blogger freaked out on me..i hope you got it!.

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  19. Omg, I am losing a few lbs. again! Is that RonDolly? Clint would be very proud! ;)

    I think drag queens are fabulous, Darling! I've watched RuPaul's Drag Race many times. It is magic to watch how they can transform themselves with such ease (although it's much more difficult than they make it seem) into character (esp. love Bette Midler's). And you're so right, RuPaul is gorgeous as both a man and a woman.

    You never cease to entertain and amaze, Ron!

    Hope your weekend is a drag! :))

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  20. hahahhaa. you are too funny ron. i can always count on you for a laugh. rupaul is good looking as a man and a woman. he wears it better than i do, i'd probably be a better man. makes me so jealous that rupert, i mean rupaul.

    you look good too. with your big hair.

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  21. Good Evening Suziecate!

    "Now, that is some bitchin' hair...love that Clint Eastwood impersonating Dolly,!"

    Oh, thank you my friend! *wink*

    That hair is actually a HELIUM balloon!

    Bwhahahahahahahahahaha!

    OMG, that's right...I totally forgot you were once a hairstylist like me! I think you and I should go into the drag queen hairstyling business to make a little extra money on the side, what do ya think?

    Thanks for stopping by, SC! Have a wonderful weekend....X

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  22. Hellooooo Peg!

    Oh noooooooo. I didn't get your previous comment, only this one.

    Bloggers' commenting system has been FREAKING out lately, so I'm so sorry!

    I'll double check my emails, to see if it landing in my email box.

    Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by, Peg!

    X ya, dear friend!

    Have a super weekend!

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  23. Good Evening Petra!

    "Is that RonDolly? Clint would be very proud!"

    Oh, thank you dear lady!

    I even shaved my chest hair for that photo.

    Bwhahahahahahahhaaha!

    Believe it or not, I've never seen the RuPaul Drag Races, but I hear they're faaaaaabulous! He's got a whole website dedicated to Drag Racing. I read RuPaul's book many years ago and it was wonderful. Such an interesting life he's lead.

    Isn't the impersonation of Bette Midler AMAZING???? He totally looks like her!

    Thanks oddles for stopping by today, dear lady!

    I always love to read your comments!

    Have a drag of a weekend.....X

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  24. Hello V!

    The first time I ever saw a photo of Rupaul as a man, I thought, "Holy cow...he truly has one of those faces that transforms BOTH genders!"

    He's a VERY tall man, too, which adds to his stunning stature as a woman.

    He was the first spokesmodel for the Mac lipstick Viva Glam.

    "you look good too. with your big hair."

    Yeah, a REAL beauty!

    Bwhahahahahahahhha!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Always a HOOT!

    Have an awesome weekend....X

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  25. My wife loves RuPaul and the one from Savannah that was in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Our hotel when we visited Savannah was just a block away from where she performed, but he was out of town that week.

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  26. Hiya Greg!

    "My wife loves RuPaul and the one from Savannah that was in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."

    OMG...that's faaaabulous!

    I also love the one from the movie The Garden of Good Evil - Miss Chablis!

    After the movie came out, one of my dear friends drove to Savannah and stayed at one of the hotels where they shot the movie. He SWORE it was haunted!

    And yes, he did get to see Miss Chablis perform while he was there and said she was wonderful!

    Thanks for stopping by, Greg! Always a pleasure!

    Have an awesome weekend, bud!

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  27. i think women who do men should be rag kings and i cannot believe i just wrote that on a public place...anyway my dear, i don't know how you come up with this stuff, must be that extra time spent not blogging now...thinking up stuff for blogs seems to suit you ;) cher does NOT look like cher or joan but wow, bette and of course, now i don't remember, oh, rupaul, he's the weirdest guy...wonder what his life is really like and once i thought maybe it was one big lie and really he's a woman doing a rag king...heehee...anyway, thanks for the giggles, ronnie baby, love that outfit you have going on, the facial hair really does it for me...well, at least there's no doubt who wears the pants...well.. xoxoxo

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  28. Hellooooooo Linda!

    "i think women who do men should be rag kings"

    Bwhahahahahahahhahahahahahahaaha!
    Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahaahaha!

    OMG....that was HYSTERICAL!!!!!

    Oh well, I guess we all see things differently, but to me, Cher looks exactly like Cher, around the time she made the movie "Moonstruck." I LOVE that movie!!!!

    "ronnie baby, love that outfit you have going on, the facial hair really does it for me...well, at least there's no doubt who wears the pants."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....thanks, my dear!

    ALWAYS great seeing ya, Linda! Thanks a bunch for stopping by!

    Have a GRAND weekend.

    {{{{{ Linda }}}}}

    xoxoxoxoxo

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  29. I'm not sure you hair is big enough! a little more teasing and spray

    I adore RuPaul - have you see the new show - RuPaul Drag Race? I only caught a moment or two but there was one guy who was so beautiful

    there used to be a club in the village, near St. Vincents Hospital called Lips
    best show
    packed every night
    actually they did a show upstairs at the bar level where they basically would hang out with the customers
    and then a full floor show downstairs

    fun times!

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  30. Howdy Lady Dianne!

    "I'm not sure you hair is big enough! a little more teasing and spray."

    HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAAHAHHAHAHAHA!

    I agree!!!!

    Isn't RuPaul faaaabulous? Not only is he a flawless drag queen, but also a wonderful human being. He does so much to support AIDS research.

    Oh, I miss the Village! I've not heard of the club you're referring to, but it sounded like a BLAST!

    There's nothing quite like spending time in a club filled with DRAG QUEENS, right?

    FUN times!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, dear lady!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    X ya!

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  31. I've seen the good the bad and the ugly - drag shows. I have to say THE very best was the ladyboys show in Pattaya, Thailand - those boys are just BEAUTIFUL!

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  32. Well, shoot-- The Moof monster ate the post I left yesterday. RAWR. (k....that one was probably all ME--sometimes I hit 'post' and in my 'undercaffinated' state, just move to my next cup and next 'cozy spot'...)

    Personally, I think they're all gorgeous and all very courageous.
    I don't think I could find it in me to put that much work into transforming myself into some 'established' person. It's painful enough to transform into ME some days. LOL That's not about make-up or dress--that's just about caffeine and getting centered in what's true about MEL.

    Anyway--when himself's daughter visited us, the girl decided to treat her to a night in the city in the grand U.S of A. .....I was nervous about it cuz it was the 'my kid and your kid' deal. Yaknow--'and then they'll go home to England and talk about dad's life in America' to the rest of the lot......geeze I wanted it to go well and for her to get a good impression. (SILLY ME!!)

    I worked on keeping the smile pasted on my face the next day when I got to hear allllllllllll about the drag queen show they'd gone to, all the while hoping himself wasn't going to choke on his coffee and keel over on me.

    He didn't.

    Darn kiddo STILL talks about the Drag Queen night out as one of her more memorable moments in good ol' Iowa. LOL
    Of course the girl couldn't take her to a county fair.....LOL OMG!!

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  33. Ok, I'll try to leave it again. Basically I said that first I LOVED your Clint Eastwood impersonating Dolly outfit. What a hoot!

    Second, I was saying that when I was 21 I went ot visit my brother in New Orleans and I was still VERY naive (remember I'm from Walton's Mountain so I didn't get out a LOT) and my brother took me to a "club" on Bourbon Street. Remember this is in the early days of karaoke and I'd never heard of such a thing. There were all these really talented and beautiful young "ladies" singing and I was SO impressed with how much they actually sounded JUST like the original artists and LOOKED so much like them! LOL that is, until the end of the show, when the main "lady" came out to do a Q&A with the audience. Imagine my surprise when that DEEP voice came out of that beautiful young "lady". My brother was rolling on the floor laughing at my gaping mouth. At least while he was on the floor he was able to pick up my lower jaw!
    Have a FABU weekend!

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  34. Good Morning Akelamalu!

    Yes, I remember a few years ago you posted something on your blog about the ladyboys show in Pattaya, Thailand, and I have to agree....

    ....they were BEAUTIFUL!!!! AMAZING!

    Thank you for stopping by, m'dear!

    Hope you're enjoying a flawless weekend....X

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  35. Goooood Morning Mel!

    So sorry about losing your comment to the Moof Monster. I think something is up with Blogger, because I too have been having issues leaving comments on Blogger blogs, the past few days.

    Grrrrrrrrrrr!

    Me neither, I don't think I could find it in me to transform myself into an "established" person every night. However, I did have fun transforming myself into the Wicked Stepmother for 5 weeks - HA!

    "the next day when I got to hear allllllllllll about the drag queen show they'd gone to, all the while hoping himself wasn't going to choke on his coffee and keel over on me."

    Bwhahahahahahaha....OMG, how FUNNY! I'm sure Himself is such a good sport and would have enjoyed seeing the drag show, himself.

    "Darn kiddo STILL talks about the Drag Queen night out as one of her more memorable moments in good ol' Iowa."

    YAAAAAAAAAAY, Iowa!

    Thanks so much for stopping back and taking the time to leave another comment, dear lady! You're a doll!

    Hope you're enjoying a wonderful Saturday!

    X

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  36. Good Morning, Peg!

    Oh, thank you sooooooo much for stopping back and taking the time to repost your comment. You're a dear friend! So sorry about the mess up yesterday. Blogger is acting very weird these past few days.

    "until the end of the show, when the main "lady" came out to do a Q&A with the audience. Imagine my surprise when that DEEP voice came out of that beautiful young "lady".

    Hahahahahahahahhaah....OMG, I bet you were SHOCKED to hell!!!!

    "My brother was rolling on the floor laughing at my gaping mouth. At least while he was on the floor he was able to pick up my lower jaw!"

    Bwhahahahahahahahahaha...how HILARIOUS!!

    I've never been to New Orleans, but I know they're notorious for having the BEST drags shows. Also, for being the best party town!

    Thanks again for stopping back, dear lady!

    Hope you're enjoying a FAB weekend!

    (((( Peg ))))

    X,

    Dolly Parton

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  37. Hey Ron,

    You make an impressive Clint Eastwood/Dolly Parton I almost didn't recognise you.

    Drag Queens have always gotten my attention in the aspect of how much work goes into the impersonations they do, it is so hard to tell male from female on the majority and those are the one who are making it work.

    Great Post Buddy

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  38. Howdy Jimmy!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....thanks, buddy!

    I think I'm ready for Opryland, don't you?

    Yeeeehaw!

    Bwahahahahahahahaha!

    "in the aspect of how much work goes into the impersonations they do."

    I agree! The work that goes into a really good drag queen is mindblowing!

    Always great seeing ya, Jimmy! Thanks for stopping by!

    Have a SUPER Saturday....X

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  39. Oh, to have the legs of a drag queen.

    LOVE your picture. I think the hair needs some teasing, though...

    Have a great weekend, Rhonda!

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  40. First of all, Bette Midler never looked so good. She needs make up advice from that guy. I have never been to one and am dying to go. I think it would be fantastic. One of these days I will get to one.
    Now if only I could get my skin and hair looking as good as those guys I'd be golden.

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  41. Hiya Chrissy!

    OMG, I know! Why is it that drag queens have flawless legs?

    DAMN THEM!

    "LOVE your picture. I think the hair needs some teasing, though..."

    Bwhahhahahahahahaha!!! I think I need to get another can of Aqua Net!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Always great seeing ya!

    Have a great rest of your weekend!

    X,
    Ronda

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  42. Hi Jen!

    "First of all, Bette Midler never looked so good. She needs make up advice from that guy!"

    HAHHAHAHAHA...isn't the resemblance AMAZING???

    "I have never been to one and am dying to go. I think it would be fantastic."

    Oh, Jen...you'd have a blast. I just know you would!

    "Now if only I could get my skin and hair looking as good as those guys I'd be golden."

    Airbrushing and digital photography.

    HA!

    Thanks for stopping by, my friend! Hope you're having a GREAT weekend!

    X

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  43. Bwa-HAHAHAHA!!!! Oh my Lord, that hair!

    When we were in Lake Tahoe a couple of weeks ago (you know, that little Cal-Neva town where you rented out Phyllis Diller's house?) we were told to check out this drag queen show and there was something about how they hate to be called drag queens but preferred to be called "female impersonators" - why is that? Anyway, I was with my Dad who for one is of the generation that might be uncomfortable with that sort of thing, and for two, he's so unhealthy we had to cut our trip short because he was so damn short of breath just walking from his bed to the kitchen, but I was told it was a great show and now that I think about it, I'm not sure if I've ever even been to a show. Dang. I'm totally missing out.

    And I love RuPaul and have watched his TV show several times, but now I can't ever remember what day anything comes on anymore and miss everything, unless it's on hulu or something.

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  44. Howdy Margaret!

    Isn't my hair BITCHIN'?

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahaha!

    OMG, I could have just seen you and your father watching that drag show in Tahoe! I bet your father would have enjoyed it. And I just know YOU would have, without a doubt!

    Actually, there is a slight performing difference between a drag queen and a female impersonator. A drag queen is someone who simply dressing as a woman. A female impersonator is a drag queen who impersonates a celebrity.

    But, to me, they're all DRAG QUEENS - HA!

    Never saw RuPaul's show, but JD says it's the BOMB! I really don't watch TV, myself, other than renting DVD's.

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady!

    Always a HOOT!

    Enjoy your evening.....X

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  45. OMG. The Impersonation of Bette Midler is really REALLY good. I had to take a second, third and fourth look at it.

    But of course I love YOU as Impersonating Clint Eastwood, impersonating Dolly Parton THE MOST!!!!


    Ahahahahahahahha!

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  46. Helloooooooo Meleah!

    "The Impersonation of Bette Midler is really REALLY good. I had to take a second, third and fourth look at it."

    YUP!.....me too!

    Cher is my favorite. She/he looks just like she did in the movie Moonstruck.

    Che bella luna!

    HA!

    Oh, and THANK YOU, dear friend....

    ....aren't I a sexy vixen in that get up?

    Bwhahahahahahahahha!

    Hope you had a super duper day!

    Thanks for stopping by....X

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  47. You've caused a world-wide shortage of Aqua-Net, bro! Some day I'll have to tell you about seeing a drag show when I was very young and had absolutely no idea what a "drag show" was - until the end when the falsies flew and the candy got unhid! Shocking! LOL

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  48. Hellooooooooo Nitebyrd!

    "when I was very young and had absolutely no idea what a "drag show" was - until the end when the falsies flew and the candy got unhid!"

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...OMG, I just choked on my inhale of my Marlboro, while reading that!!!!!

    YOU ARE TOO FUNNY!

    Yeah, it took 10 cans of Agua-Net to get that hair that BIG!

    It's a hair HARD-ON!

    Thanks so much for sharing a great laugh!

    X ya, Sis!

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