Well it’s been quite an eventful week hasn’t it. Big congratulations must go to the DT’s hotel in Melbourne who managed to raise over $10,000 for Pride March simply by people making and then auctioning cakes. I did my best not to eat most of the profits but as you know anything that’s smothered in whipped cream and isn’t nailed down is already half way down my throat.
With that in mind my personal training has begun and I’ve tipped the scales at 93.5 kilos – and that’s without earrings, false nails or my ego. I dread to think how much that little trio would add.
I’ll be updating you each and every week and the full story will appear on Facebook.
It looks like the GH have hit the jackpot once again as they combine Saturday night with International DJ Kitty Glitter and drink sponsor Absolut vodka. They had me at “Hello, what the hell is your name?” My favourite ladies of the night, The Classics, will be on hand with not one but two fabulous shows and superstar DJs Mark Robbo and David Virgona will keep the music pumping right into the wee hours.
I can’t wait to see Paris and Millie taking full advantage of all that a major drink sponsor has to offer.
There’s gonna be some fun lip-synching that night… absolut(ly).
Brisbane’s Fluffy is well known for having some of the finest shows around but this weekend they are going all out with Sydney showgirl Natasha Knowles. Experience all her amazing tributes to the likes of Rihanna, Whitney and, of course, Miss Knowles herself, Beyonce in Haus of Knowles.
It’s a big production show with all the glitz and glamour you would expect from Miss Knowles and co.
Also make sure you get in early for Halloween at Fluffy on October 28 as Wynter Gordon makes her triumphant return to perform live and unleashed. This girl can sing and will perform all of her smash hits – not all at the same time of course.
This year the Diva Awards are going to the movies and bringing back that old Hollywood glamour. Hosted by the multi-Diva award-winning Candy Box, it promises to be the drag event of the year.
It’s a real chance for Sydney to showcase all that’s good, bad and beautiful about the drag scene. Factories around the globe are sewing sequins onto sequins as we speak.
Vocal diva Shauna Jensen will be there to whip the crowd into a frenzy and lookout for some fabulous barrel girls; Melbourne stars Philma Bocks and Polly Filla to name but a few.
I also hear Adelaide diva Vonni will be there. She’s been like an older sister to me over the years, yet every time I see her she gets younger and younger. It truly is a miracle.
Remember, drag isn’t just for Christmas so go along and support the legends of the business who keep you entertained all year round… well apart from the times when we can’t be arsed and we just stand there and abuse the crowd.