BY Nina K. Guzman
on Feb 18, 2014
If you're anything like me (and since you are reading BUST I'm guessing you are), you've been spending these cold months binge watching episodes of RuPaul's Drag Race, waiting and longing for its return on February 24. I've re-watched these episodes so many times, my dreams (maybe nightmares?) have been overrun with lace-front wigs and and pieces of foam shaped like Africa. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Dec 09, 2013
The highly-anticipated (by me, anyway) sixth season of RuPaul's Drag Race will premiere February 2014 on LOGO. “It's our most outrageous and sickening cast to date," assures RuPaul. "And quite frankly, I'm scared of these queens.” Oh snap!
Let's meet the 14 drag queens who will be coming to your TV (and your heart) in just a few months.
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Adore Delano / Azusa, CA
"I'm a mermaid and I grew up singing so that the humans could hear me from above. Read More
BY Katie Fustich
on Nov 11, 2013
As part of (Queen) Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" series, RuPaul dished on the ins and outs of his drag career. "If I never did drag again, honestly, I wouldn't care!" he says. "The only time you will ever see me in drag is when I'm what? Getting paid." Let me be the first to say thank you to whoever has been paying him, then. Where would we be without RuPaul?!
He also touched on his 19-year relationship with his partner, Georges. And yes, he totally gets that dreamy look in his eyes we are all prone to when talking about dudes or dudettes. Read More
BY Kat Hamilton
on Oct 30, 2013
OK, So it's not quite Halloween, but watching this video gave me the spooktacular warm fuzzies.
Let me start out by saying, RuPaul has a web series in which he interviews celebrities while driving. This week he interviewed Elvira, a.k.a Cassandra Peterson. She is out of costume, and he is out of drag.
The world is going to explode, I swear.
In the spirit of Halloween, RuPaul and Cassandra dig in about how “Elvira” became so popular. Read More
BY Ellyn Kail
on Aug 27, 2013
Are you sitting down? Because this news is a game-changer: World of Wonder is producing a webseries called RuPaul Drives. In the show, the amazing queen of drag RuPaul takes special hitchhikers/friends/celebrities on drives (get it? drive as in "drag" race?). With RuPaul behind the wheel, guests will chat. They’ll just chat, that simple. And Ru will give passangers a chance to joke, philosophize, and confide in him: “Everyone in LA needs a lift, both spiritually and physically." The potential for humor, spontaneity, and meaningful insight abounds. Read More