In Her Own Words: Model Gabi Gregg on Accepting That ‘Thinness Shouldn’t Be My Primary Obsession’

Model Gabi Gregg (a.k.a. Gabi Fresh) opens up to PEOPLE about learning to feel confident in her own skin as she models her latest lingerie line — plus, why it’s important to continue to break down industry ideals.

Like most adolescent girls, I struggled immensely with my body image growing up. When I turned 12, I transferred to a suburban private school where I was surrounded by classmates who looked nothing like me. They were rich, white and thin. As a chubby black kid from a lower-middle class background, all I wanted was to fit in.

As I got older, I grew into my identity but continued to buy into the idea that my life would get exponentially better as soon as I lost weight. I loved fashion, and I would fantasize about the day when I’d finally reach my goal size and confidently wear sexier clothing, bikinis and lingerie.

In college, I was introduced to niche body positivity and fashion forums online where plus-size women shared their daily outfits and connected over shared experiences. Living in a larger body definitely affects how society treats you, and finally connecting with others who understood that experience was not only validating, but also healing. Just as transformative, though, was seeing images of women of all shapes and sizes confidently sharing photos of themselves. You have no idea just how important visibility and representation are until you actually see yourself consistently represented for the first time. I realized that maybe I was okay at my weight, and maybe the pursuit of thinness shouldn’t be my primary obsession in life.

Slowly but surely, I began to feel better about my own body. I reclaimed the word fat and started blogging about personal style and plus size fashion resources, quickly amassing a significant following. Creating a tight-knit community of women who were excited to finally have a place to cheer each other on and connect over where to get the latest fashion not only gave me a sense of purpose, but also fostered my self-confidence.

While I was having a blast experimenting with new outfit ideas and sharing photos publicly, in my private life I still struggled with how potential partners would feel about my body. I could dance around in my underwear alone all day — in fact, I preferred stripping down to my undies as soon as I got home! But the idea of anyone else seeing me in a state of undress was intimidating.

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As my blog grew, though, so did my understanding of feminism, body positivity and fashion. I loved clothing because it was a fun way to express myself — it was for me, not others — and I realized the same could be true of lingerie. While it’s almost always marketed as if its existence is for male pleasure, that didn’t have to be the case: I could wear lingerie simply because it’s beautiful and it helps me feel beautiful.

Once I understood that, I decided that the next Valentine’s Day, I would produce and model a lingerie photo shoot for my blog. I was excited to shoot and post the photos, framing it as an act of self-love. Much like the holiday, lingerie could be reclaimed as a way to treat yourself to something nice, without the pressure or expectation of what it signifies to someone else. The shoot was my first time wearing lingerie in front of others, and I genuinely had gotten to a place where I felt beautiful. Seeing the final pictures confirmed what I had learned to be true: the joy and genuine confidence radiated off of the screen and that’s why I looked beautiful. It was no longer about whether my body “good” or “bad.”

Little did I know that years later, I would be approached by Playful Promises to design my own lingerie line, but I truly feel that I’ve come full circle. I’m honored that I now get to create fun designs that empower the wearer, especially when she has usually been left out of this experience.

As a size 18 and 38HH bra top, going shopping for underwear can often be a defeating experience. I bypass all of the cute and sexy options and get to my section where the boring, beige bras are lined up like utilitarian uniforms. Because of this, when I design my collections I am adamant that each and every piece is made thoughtfully and includes statement elements that make it unique. This year, I pushed the envelope by not only incorporating fabrics like lace and mesh, but added even more specialty details like embroidery, sequins and cut outs.

I know that by consistently delivering exciting new options to plus size women who have previously been ignored by this industry, I’m helping to spread the transformative experience I had so many years ago of finally feeling deserving, worthy and empowered. I couldn’t be more humbled and honored to carry the torch.


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Last Words: Alexis Michelle Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out the previous interview with Jaymes MansfieldKimora BlacCharlie HidesEureka O’HaraCynthia Lee FontaineAjaFarrah MoanValentina and Nina Bo’nina Brown.

With only one more episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” before the reunion and season finale, we’ve really come down to the best of the best this season ― and we witnessed a top five who each deserved to be there for their own unique reasons.

However, someone has to go, and this week it was NYC queen Alexis Michelle. In a season lacking major drama or arch villains, Alexis often seemed to find herself at odds with the other girls these last few episodes. However, even during her shadiest moments broadcast on the show, Alexis always managed to come off as a professional and on top of her game and she scored a number of wins throughout the season.

It was Alexis’ NYC sister Peppermint who sent her packing this week, leaving us with a top four of Pep, Trinity Taylor, Shea Couleé and Sasha Velour. In this interview with HuffPost, Alexis reflects on her accomplishments while on the show, the season as a whole and what she wants to do with her platform as this season of “Drag Race” begins to draw to a close.

HuffPost: Looking back on “Drag Race” since you filmed last summer, how do you feel about the experience? Do you feel like you achieved everything you set out to achieve when you first hit the soundstage?

Alexis Michelle: If I really look back at it, I can’t say that I achieved everything that I was trying to achieve. I think I achieved a lot, but I’m known at home for being a very visual, polished queen and I feel like I brought an element of polish to the show ― but perhaps there were a couple of times where visually, whether it was the pressure or whether it was a bit of misjudgment, I maybe didn’t put my strongest foot forward. And, of course, I would’ve liked to go all the way to the top. So I can’t say I accomplished everything I set out to but I did accomplish at lot.

Is there look or a specific episode or element the show that you were the most proud of?

I definitely felt very proud of my performance in the Kardashian musical ― getting to work with Todrick Hall was such a dream come true. And I have such a fascination with Kris Jenner, so getting to portray her in the musical was so fun and I feel like that was a real shining moment. And, of course, the episode after that was Snatch Game and that was just a great time all around, both to be able to pay tribute to Liza [Minnelli] and to get to make RuPaul laugh. And then to get to do Breathless Mahoney [from “Dick Tracy”] for the Madonna runway was such a dream come true. A big full circle moment for sure.

How do you feel about your portrayal on the show, particularly towards the end of the season? These last few episodes seemed to portray you in somewhat villainous light. Do you think this portrayal is accurate?

Well, let me just clarify by saying I’m not calling any kind of shade on editing. I think that as the competition goes on, the pressure gets higher and stress levels get higher. And then, that being said, I felt a great friendship with all of my sisters and I think that perhaps in a season that really felt a lot like “RuPaul’s Best Friend Race” at times, if there was ever a moment of tension, that’s really going to stand out for people. So perhaps that’s where this perception is coming from but I assure you I was far from the shadiest person in the room [laughs].

As I’m sure you’ve gathered, so much of the show’s fan base now is made up of young teen and preteen girls. Why do you think “Drag Race” resonates so profoundly with this demographic of viewers?

I think that “Drag Race” speaks to a lot of young people in particular because young people in their adolescence are at a time when they’re really defining who they are and drag is all about self expression of who you are. As I’ve been out in the world and I’ve met a lot of these young fans, it’s become clear to me that the inspiration they derive is in us being able to live as ourselves so fully. And I think that to a young person who is figuring themselves out and really defining who they are in the world, that is where the inspiration comes from about living fully, living truthfully and very glamorously, at that. A lot of these young boys and girls love make-up among other things and getting to see us express ourselves so visually, I imagine, is very stimulating.

With “Drag Race” being aired on VH1 this season, do you see any political implications with the show being on such a mainstream network at this moment in history? What are your thoughts about that whole shift?

The move to VH1 is definitely indicative of the fact that the show is more popular than ever and will probably continue to gain popularity. With the move to VH1 we basically doubled the number of people that view the show and that’s really huge and major. And it’s very exciting. I’m glad that perhaps in reaching more people that it’s also reaching people that may not have watched it before. Maybe it’s now more of a mixed crowd watching the show, and I think that’s helpful in the world because connection is what the world lacks a lot of the time and it’s what the world needs the most, I think, is connection.

What do you want to do with the platform that “Drag Race” has given you?

There’s so much that I want to accomplish personally when it comes to acting and singing on stage and on screen. I know that expressing myself in that way does do a lot for a lot of people, as I’ve learned in my travels. But I also just want to make sure that if I have this visibility I can use it to speak my truth politically. We’re in such a time of unrest – and for good reason because there’s a lot of crap going down in the world socially and politically. So if there’s anything I can do to bring light to the right side of history than that’s what I want to do.

Out of everyone left in the competition who are you rooting for?

It’s such a hard question because even with the girls that left previously in the competition there were such good contenders. Any of these girls that are left could win – I kind of want them all to win for different reasons. I love that Trinity represents pageantry and polish but she showed herself to be such a diverse competitor by coming out in very different kinds of looks as well as doing really awesome in acting challenges. I think Shea is so well-versed and well-rounded as a queen. I love that Sasha brought something so intellectual and artistic to the show but so polished at the same. It really never felt rough around the edges with Sasha. And Peppermint is just such a tour de force. You’ve got to see her live – she just sparkles on stage and lights up the room when she’s on the microphone. It’s so hard to say – there’s really something great about all of them.

What do you want people to know and understand about who Alexis Michelle is as an artist going forward?

The first thing everybody should know about me is that I am here to entertain and make you feel great – well, to make you feel. It’s not just about feeling great, it’s about making you feel. Entertainment can sometimes be about distracting from the harsh realities of the world but I say, for me, I want you to feel good, I want you to slip away from all that, but I also want to hold the mirror up to society and perhaps make you think a little bit. And beyond that ― beyond entertaining I want people to know that I’m here to spread love. I think that’s what the world is missing when it gets messed up and that’s my message – just like RuPaul says, “Everybody say love!”

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Nina Bo’Nina Brown? Head here.

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Last Words: Valentina Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out the previous interview with Jaymes MansfieldKimora BlacCharlie HidesEureka O’HaraCynthia Lee FontaineAja and Farrah Moan.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” delivered a shocking blow this week when fan-favorite Valentina was sent packing ― largely because she didn’t know the words during her lip-sync.

Many people watching season nine thought that Valentina was a guaranteed top three finalist ― if not this season’s winner. The controversy surrounding her elimination spilled into the online Reddit community earlier in the week with the “Drag Race” subreddit melting down and former “Drag Race” contestant Phi Phi O’Hara somehow ending up at the center of the drama (head here to read more).

But, as with any season of “Drag Race,” fan favorites go home. In this interview with HuffPost, Valentina reflects on her sudden departure, Latinx representation on the show and what she wants people to take away from her contribution to the “Drag Race” world.

HuffPost: This came as quite a surprise for many fans of the show. Was it a surprise for you when it happened?

Valentina: Yes, it was a total surprise. I was in a state of shock and it’s a moment I don’t want to re-live ever again.

How did it feel to become the fan favorite of the season so quickly? Why do you think you resonated so strongly with fans?

I think I resonated with fans with my authenticity and my level of passion and love for my craft. I also have a really strong Latino fanbase and I think that I’ve been able to captivate them because they feel that they are finally represented and see a little of themselves in me.

As someone who entered the competition as such a young queen, do you feel like you changed and grew at all during your time on “Drag Race”? 

I did, definitely. There was so much that I learned about the craft of drag. I walked into the experience knowing that I wanted to elevate the art form of drag.

So much of the show’s fanbase now is young, teen and preteen girls. Why do you think “Drag Race” resonates so profoundly with them?

I think probably because they get to identify with our stories, and those young kids are at a point in their life where they still truly have their freedom in whatever they do. And those are the things that drag queens can do, by just living their truth unapologetically. There’s a lot of power behind that.

Why is it important to you to have your Latinx identity so visible and part of your identity as a queen? How can “Drag Race” help further understandings of Latinx culture?

It’s important because there isn’t a lot of Latino, or positive Latino, representation in the media ― let alone openly gay. I think it’s important for me to shed light onto my culture. It’s a huge responsibility, but walking onto “Drag Race,” I wanted to do this and show that [Latinx people are] more than a gardener, or a cleaner, or the butt of a joke. Being Latino is grand as well.

With “Drag Race” being on VH1 this season, do you see any important political implications of the show being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?

It does have a political impact because I’m there to shed light to my culture when my community has been considered criminals and rapists. I’m there to show that we’re kind, and intellectual, and elegant and regal. It’s a rough political time, but I’m there to show that we’re fabulous and amazing. Just like any other American. 

What do you want to do with the platform “Drag Race” has given you?

This opportunity and platform that “Drag Race” has given me allows for me to continue achieving my goals and my dreams. And I hope to become the face of drag within all of Latin America.

Out of everyone left in the competition who are you rooting for?

I don’t know who’ll win yet, but if I were to watch as a fan I would probably be rooting for Nina Bo’Nina Brown. I really love her work.

What do you want people to understand about who Valentina is going forward?

That I’m very grateful to anybody who loves me, and that I love them back.

”RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Farrah Moan? Head here.

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Last Words: Farrah Moan Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out the previous interview with Jaymes MansfieldKimora BlacCharlie HidesEureka O’HaraCynthia Lee Fontaine and Aja.

The competition is thinning out as we near the end of this season of “Drag Race,” and it’s go big or go home time for the remaining girls.

Last night’s episode of the drag-based reality competition saw the departure of Farrah Moan, who seemed to be in a bit over her head during this week’s comedy challenge.

The resulting “lip-sync for your life” round pitted Farrah against NYC queen Alexis Michelle, and viewers finally got to see some of Alexis’ killer performance skills and Farrah was sent sashaying away at the end of the Dolly Parton-themed challenge.

With only a few episodes left, these girls need to be blowing the judges out of the water every time they step on that hallowed stage or they’ll clearly be facing the chopping block. In this interview with HuffPost, Farrah Moan reflects on her time on “Drag Race” and the things she learned as she grew during the competition.

HuffPost: Let’s talk about the show in a broad sense first. Do you feel like you grew or changed at all during your time on “Drag Race”? What’s the biggest thing you feel like you learned about yourself?
Farrah Moan: I have definitely grown since my time on “Drag Race.” This was my first time auditioning for the show and I was incredibly shocked when I got the call. I think the biggest thing I’ve learned is to trust my gut. I was nervous and second-guessed everything I did. Now, I don’t do that.

Did you achieved everything you set out to achieve on the show?
Not really. There was definitely more that I wanted to show the judges, including some killer looks I didn’t have a chance to share. I’m proud of what I accomplished and overall I’m happy with the experience.

Michelle said it seemed like you didn’t know who you are as a queen and performer. We know this show was shot a year ago, but you agree with this?
The comment was fair in the moment, but since then, my drag and my performance have evolved.

If you could do anything differently what would you do?
I think I would have studied up on all of the past challenges to better mentally prepare for the show and listened to my gut more. Ultimately, I think I did the best I could at the time.

What do you want to do with the platform that “Drag Race” has given you?
I’d love to continue inspiring kids and helping them overcome the struggles and hardships of growing up. I’d love to venture out into the makeup world, and maybe develop a YouTube channel. The sky is the limit at this point!

With “Drag Race” being on VH1 this season, do you see any important political implications of the show being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?
I think that it is awesome to have Drag Race on a mainstream network. I think drag in itself is a political statement. It’s turning convention on its head and it shows people that you don’t have to exist in the box they tell you to.

Are there any queens you’ve worked with in the past that you think should be on the next season of “Drag Race”?
Evah Destruction from Atlanta is one of the most talented people I’ve ever met. Melissa BeFierce in LA definitely should be on “Drag Race.” Lola LeCroix from Pittsburg is great too. I think it’s only a matter of time before RuPaul scoops them up.

Out of everyone left in the competition who are you rooting for?
I can’t pick one over the other. All of the ladies still left in the competition have the charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent to win this competition.

What do you want people to understand and know about who Farrah Moan is going forward?
I just want people to understand that I’m sensitive, caring and that my goal is to entertain people. I will take this opportunity that I’ve been given and will take it as far as I can.

RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Aja? Head here.

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Last Words: Aja Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out the previous interview with Jaymes MansfieldKimora BlacCharlie HidesEureka O’Hara and Cynthia Lee Fontaine.

Last night’s episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” was a bit of a shocker, with fan favorite Aja sent packing after a subpar performance during the group’s dragged-up recreation of ‘90s hit TV show ”90210” and a lip-sync against Nina Bobina Brown.

Aja seemed to let the competition get the best of her during the episode and had trouble getting out of her own head. However, her time on “Drag Race” definitely allowed the Brooklyn queen to showcase a number of her talents and continue to progress as a performer.

Plus: we also got to see her legendary lip-syncing, which seems to be relatively unmatched this season so far (aside, obviously, from her loss to Brown).

In this interview with The Huffington Post, Aja opens up about the things she learned during her time on “Drag Race” and what she wants to do with the platform that the show has now afforded her.

The Huffington Post: Let’s talk about the show in a broad sense first. Do you feel like you grew or changed at all during your time on “Drag Race”? What’s the biggest thing you feel like you learned about yourself?

Aja: I feel like I changed a lot during and post “Drag Race.” I learned a lot about the beauty standards in America and I also grew to learn to love myself more and kind of just appreciate my own appearances in and out of drag, regardless of what the beauty standards are. There was a lot of focus on the show on my makeup and skin and stuff like that, and it didn’t affect me negatively ― it kind of made me more confident about it.

Do you feel like you achieved everything you set out to achieve on the show?
I don’t want to say yes because everyone goes on the show and says “I want to win, I want to get top three” but in a sense I still feel like I accomplished my goal of even getting on the show. Although I may not have performed to the best of my ability, I did learn a lot. If anything, the most important part of the journey is the learning experience. I feel like I definitely did take a lot from that.

If you could do anything differently what would you do?
I think I would listen to my gut a little more and not be so impulsively rebellious. Because I think that were were a lot of moments on the show where I know I should’ve done something, such as the Snatch Game, where I really wanted to do Crystal LaBeija but then I was like, “I’m gonna do Alyssa Edwards instead.” There were a few little parts where I could’ve done something that was a little edgier or fun but out of fear I decided to play it safe and it just didn’t work out for me.

Thinking about Friday night’s episode, both you and Nina were clocked for having attitudes and then you went home after you lost to her during the lip-sync. How did you feel about that and Nina’s attitude in general throughout the course of the show?
You know, it’s easy for people on the outside to not really understand how we feel. And I get where Nina was coming from because I was in my head the whole time as well. So I don’t really hold anything against her, I just hope that we all walk off the show with a better head on our shoulders. So I was very happy for her that she got to stay. I mean, I was upset because who wouldn’t be upset getting kicked off the show! But that’s also just life.

You’ve also been recreating looks in different ways each week on Instagram and then reflecting on each episode in the caption. What are you trying to accomplish?
I kind of just wanted to give my followers a mini window without giving away too much about how I felt during the experience and what was running through my mind. Because a lot of times there are fans that watch the show and they only know what they see, and I was safe a lot of the show so there were a lot of times where the focus was only on who is in the top and who is in the bottom. So I really wanted to show the fans and the followers what was running through my head even if I wasn’t really featured on that episode. 

What do you want to do with the platform that “Drag Race” has given you?
I think with the platform I obviously want to do things for myself such as work on my music and do short fashion films – stuff like that. But I also really want to go everywhere and just kind of be a voice for people and educate people on certain things.

Coming from Brooklyn we have this big thing about queer community and culture and I think it’s something that’s been fun to travel and educate people about. Like, not be extremely aggressive about it but just like softly teach people that there’s a lot more to drag and this culture that we’re in then meets the eye.

With “Drag Race” being on VH1 this season, do you see any important political implications of the show being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?
Yes, I think this was the perfect season for a more mainstream audience because our season features, in my opinion, the most non-binary season we’ve ever had. We have people who are [gender] non-conforming and Peppermint, who is transgender ― just a lot of people who don’t identify as cisgender on this season. It was the perfect season to educate America on not just drag and not just the art but the different types of identities that are involved in our art form.

Out of everyone left in the competition who are you rooting for?
I’m kind of rooting for a bunch of them. I love Trinity and her sassiness. Sasha, of course, is my Brooklyn sis ― she’s amazing. I’m rooting for Valentina ― we might’ve had our little feud but she’s gorgeous and kind of crazy and I love that about her. There’s also Shea, gorgeous, amazing, a black fashion icon. She’s like the Grace Jones of drag – I could root for all of them, honestly. They’re all amazing.

What do you want people to understand and know about who Aja is going forward?
I just want people to realize that I’m not scared to be who I am. A lot of people think I’m a character but this is just who I am. I’ve always been this kind of kooky, crazy person and I’m not ashamed of it so I think anybody out there who is feeling like they need to hinder their personality, they should just let it shine because that is what has attracted people to me post-”Drag Race” the most is people getting to know who I really am.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Cynthia Lee Fontaine? Head here.

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Last Words: Cynthia Lee Fontaine Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out the previous interview with Jaymes MansfieldKimora BlacCharlie Hides and Eureka O’Hara.

Last night’s episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” brought us the most anticipated competition round featured on every season on the show: Snatch Game!

Snatch Game marks the halfway point of the competition and usually goes one of two ways for the girls: incredibly well or disastrously bad. Most of the queens this season pulled out some exceptional and hilarious impersonations but a couple, of course, fell flat,

Ultimately, we had to say goodbye to Cynthia Lee Fontaine for the second time (she had previously competed during season 8) after Peppermint introduced the world to her MAJOR lip-syncing skills while performing Madonna’s “Music” (not an easy song to lip-sync to).

In this interview with The Huffington Post, Fontaine reflects on her return to “Drag Race,” what she learned this time around and who she wants the world to know she is as a performer going forward.

The Huffington Post: What did it mean to you to get a chance to return to the “Drag Race” competition? What did you decide you want to do with this opportunity?

Cynthia Lee Fontaine: To be honest with you I feel very happy because I got the opportunity to have a second chance and of course I love TV, I love RuPaul, I love World of Wonder. It was a great and amazing feeling just to feel that they appreciate what I did on season eight, which was a short season for me. And for them to call me and let me know that they wanted me to return ― it’s just a fantastic experience.

Did you achieve everything that you set out to achieve with your second run on the show?

I think that people get to see more of my personality behind the mask of Cynthia Lee Fontaine. I think I get to deliver a little bit more of my performing arts skills. However, I wish I’d gotten the opportunity to sing! [You saw] my acting skills, my dance skills, my TV skills, but I didn’t get to show my singing [laughs]. But I think mostly in general terms with my character as a performing artist and entertainer, I got to show a lot of Cynthia Lee Fontaine.

“Drag Race” typically only features only one or two queens of Puerto Rican or Latnix descent per season. Why is it important to you that we have diverse representation on the show?

Well I think that the Latino community and the drag community in America and the UK has become an influential one on the history of the LGBTQIA community… and RuPaul appreciates that presence of the Latino community in the show. I’m so happy to say that we have our second Mexican descendent on the show, Valentina. And with me this season we had two Latinas together and that made me so proud because I know Mama RuPaul knows the history of drag and the history of the gay community in America – she appreciates the involvement of Hispanic girls and performers and wants to involve them in the show. That’s an amazing thing.

With “Drag Race” being on VH1 this season, do you see any important political implications of the show being so mainstream at this specific moment in time?

I believe that the social impact – we’re breaking the labeling of the show for the gay community and going outside of different social systems to incorporate other groups in society everywhere. So I think that’s the main reason we got the opportunity to have the show on a different network and I think it’s a great and amazing advantage so we can show every single human all over the world that drag is fun and it’s another way to explore and be happy.

Is there any particular queen that you’ve worked work or come up with that you’d like to see on a future season of “Drag Race”?

Well to be very honest with you, of course my first option is Eureka. She has her free pass and worked so hard on season nine. Unfortunately, I related to her story because I wasn’t feeling well on season eight and then I discovered that I had stage one liver cancer. She discovered on the show on season nine that she had an injury and needs surgery. So I know that she’s going to take this great and amazing opportunity. But if I had to reference another performer that I’ve met in all of my entire years doing drag shows, I believe Brooklyn Heights, former Miss Continental, is an amazing performer, very committed.

Post-season nine and going forward, what do you want the world to know about who Cynthia Lee Fontaine is?

I want the world to know that my personality – the complete crazy package I presented on the show so far ― is motivation, positivity and encouraging yourself to do the best that you can every day. I’m not a complainer – I did not complain about anything at all. When you wake up in the morning and you breathe and you have the opportunity to have a healthier life and you have the opportunity to have all of your expectations organized in your mind, everything else is going to be successful. And that’s my main goal, for everyone to know that I’m very positive, very motivated, I work for my community with no obligation and that’s the best attitude that you can have because your future is going to be brighter.

This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity and length.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Eureka O’Hara? Head here.

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Last Words: Charlie Hides Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out the previous interview with Jaymes Mansfield and Kimora Blac.

This week’s episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” split the girls into two teams for a very queer and (mostly) hilarious morning talk show competition. #MorningBitches

The winners and losers were pretty clear cut ― no one seemed to really fall into much of a middle ground with their performances. And when it came down to the lip-sync, Charlie Hides seemed to, quite frankly, give up while Trinity Taylor worked every inch of the runway.

In this interview with The Huffington Post, the eliminated Hides discusses what she is taking away from this competition and who she wants to be as an artist post-”Drag Race.”

The Huffington Post: Let’s start with the lip sync ― why did you just give up? Was this the tactic you had  planned from the beginning if you ever had to lip sync for your life?

Charlie Hides: You mean, serve authentic Britney Spears 2007? Dressed like a slut and dead behind the eyes while doing a tragic lip sync. Yeah, that was the game plan. 

What did you hope to gain by going on “Drag Race”?

I wanted to be seen as more than just a celebrity impersonator. When you do impersonations, the most you can hope for is to be a second-rate someone else but I have the potential to be the best me!

What is the biggest thing that you feel like you learned? 

“Next time bring sleeping pills!” I arrived from London totally jet-lagged and only got 2-3 hours sleep each night. Not a recipe for success on reality TV.

How do you feel about the way you were portrayed on the show ― was it an accurate representation of who you are as an artist?  

I know I slayed on the runway every time and I should have been top three in the Princess challenge. My aesthetic and flair were definitely represented but you didn’t really get to see my dark sense of humor. I’m glad audiences got to see my more serious side when discussing the AIDS crisis and how I buried almost all of my friends in the 1980’s and ‘90s.

What do you want to do with the platform that “Drag Race” has given you? 

I want to continue to entertain and engage with my growing audience and to educate the younger generation not to take for granted the rights they now have that were so hard fought for by my peers who rallied, marched, organized, protested and made a difference. But most of all I want to continue to make people laugh. It’s more important now than ever.

Do you see any important political implications with “Drag Race” being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?  

We are the opposition party. Drag has always been anarchic and confrontational. “Drag Race” is serving a giant “fuck you” to the right wing conservative assholes in power and at the same time normalizing this art form that I love so much.

Is there a particular queen that you would like to see on a future season of “Drag Race”?    

Cheddar Gorgeous from the UK and Sherry Vine from NYC.

Out of everyone left in the competition, who are you rooting for to win?  

Sasha, Alexis and Trinity!  Three very different, but fierce, competitors.

Ultimately, what do you want people to understand about who Charlie Hides is?  

As a survivor of the plague that nearly wiped out my generation of gay men, I’m a firm believer in the humor and hope need to be celebrated.

And that my new single “The Dame” is available on iTunes!

RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Kimora Blac? Head here.

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Last Words: Kimora Blac Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to read about these queens’ reflections on their time on the show, as well as their legacies as queer artists and performers. Check out last week’s interview with Jaymes Mansfield.

We’re now three episodes into what is shaping up to be one of the best seasons of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” yet.

This week’s episode saw the departure of season nine’s second queen, Kimora Blac of Las Vegas, Nevada. Blac sent Jaymes Mansfield packing last week, and this week she lost her lip-sync battle to Brooklyn’s Aja.

Blac only had a short time to define herself while on the show, but she certainly painted a picture of who she is as an artist. In this interview with The Huffington Post, Blac talks about how she has grown and changed from the experience, what she wants to do with the platform and why she loves Kim Kardashian so much. 

Hey Kimora. Do you feel like you grew or changed at all during your time on “Drag Race”? What is the biggest thing that you feel like you learned?

Well, you know, I got three episodes. It happened almost a year ago and I have grown so much from it because even the way I look, the way I dress, the way I carry myself, my costumes and things have grown so much over the months. So it’s only the beginning. What I got from the show was I just became my biggest critic and seeing myself, I see so much improvement that I want to do and things that I want to take the Kimora brand to. So it’s been a learning process. I mean, it’s a competition and I went in there with a motive and one of my biggest goals was not to go home early and I got my wish.

How do you feel about how the show was editing and how you came across? Do you feel like who you are as an artist was authentically portrayed on the show?

I’m not blaming the edit, I’m not mad at the edit. I do truly think what they portrayed me as wasn’t the full Kimora because honestly the Kimora that I built was ― she’s always going to look bitchy and crazy and fashion and makeup but in person she’s probably the most humble queen on that show. Every place I’ve traveled to, the number comment that I get is, “you are like the sweetest girl I’ve ever met.” So, I kind of agree a little bit but at the end of the day, it’s drag ― who’s not bitchy?

What do you wanna do with the platform that “Drag Race” has given you?

I have a lot of big projects coming up but I’m openminded. I want to do music, I want to do makeup ― my passion is makeup so hopefully my own line one day for drag queens who have problems finding the best makeup to do drag. Things like that ― anything I can do to help the drag culture I’m on board with because I love drag and I support it and helping little, young drag queens grow up and become the ultimate drag queen is my goal. So yes to everything!

Do you see any important political implications with “Drag Race” being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?

I am so proud of the show being on VH1 because I think it’s a step forward. But I think the show and the community and the drag queens need to be open-minded with more critiques and more judgement. It’s going to be cool to see where this goes because now we’re on every single person’s television ― I mean I don’t even have Logo and I’m a strong viewer of the show! So now I’m able to watch it as I desire, so I think there’s going to be a lot of pros and cons but at the end of the day we’re moving forward.

Is there a particular queen that you would like to see on a future season of “Drag Race”? 

I grew up with this queen back in the day, she goes by Melissa Befierce in L.A. We did drag together for the first time when we were like 15 years old. And she’s such a hard worker and still dedicated to this day ― I’m not sure if she’s trying to pursue the show but if she is I hope she gets on.

Out of everyone left in the competition, who are you rooting for?

I have such a strong bond with Trinity. I would love to see Trinity take it because she’s been in pageantry and drag her whole life and someone with that dedication and open-mindedness to other different types of drag, not just performing at a nightclub, I feel like she deserves the throne because this is a dedicated woman. She’s versatile, she sews, she’s polished ― and I just want to see a pageant girl take it! It’s not like protecting girls that perform in nightclubs but just celebrating that drag is drag!

What do you want people to understand about who Kimora Blac is?

My biggest goal [and the thing] I want people to know about me is you can be hot, you can be sexy, you can love drag ― this and that ― but at the same time you can always be about good vibes. And the people that judge me before they meet me, I feel bad for you… because it’s just not ok!

I look up to Kim Kardashian like crazy because every time you hear the name “Kim Kardashian,” there’s always a reaction ― whether it’s negative or positive. And I kind of want to have that title because we shouldn’t judge anybody ― especially homosexuals. Why are we judging each other on what we do and what is what? We should be the first ones to accept each other for who we are. And that’s one of the things I want to stand up for because you really can’t live that way ― you’re not going to go far.

RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1. Check out “Untucked” below. Missed last week’s interview with Jaymes Mansfield? Head here.

This interview has been lightly condensed for clarity and length.

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Last Words: Jaymes Mansfield Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to hear these queens reflect on their time on the show and their legacy as queer artists and performers.

It’s that time of year again ― for the next few months, queers around the world will gather in bars every Friday night for what has become the Olympics of the LGBTQ community: “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

The ninth season of “Drag Race” marks a major turning point for the reality show. Not only has it moved from Logo to VH1 and shifted to a primetime slot on Friday nights, but RuPaul won an Emmy for his work after the show’s eighth season.

Among a host of other things, this monumental shift for the reality show means that the competition is fiercer than ever. The first queen to go home this season is the sweet and comedic Jaymes Mansfield hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. Mansfield had a bit of trouble finding her footing and was sent packing after a lip-sync against Las Vegas native Kimora Blac.

In this interview with The Huffington Post, Mansfield reflects on her brief time on “Drag Race,” being labeled “the underdog” and what she ultimately wants to do with her platform the show gave her.

The Huffington Post: You weren’t on the show for very long but do you feel like you grew and changed during your time on “Drag Race”? What did you learn?

Jaymes Mansfield: I learned that being eliminated off of a reality television show isn’t the worst thing in the world. And you learn to improve on things that were your shortcomings and to embrace the things that made you weird in the first place – the things that made them want to keep you. 

Do you feel you like the image of who you are ― and who you are as an artist ― was authentically portrayed on this show?

I feel like I was honest! [laughs] The person on the screen was me. 

How do you feel about being framed as “the underdog”? Did you identify with that label?

Being framed as an “underdog” doesn’t feel very good because I wanted to be framed as a strong competitor, not somebody with a bunch of shortcomings [laughs]. To be quite honest with you, as an artist and as a gay person we get a lot of – I come from a background of being bullied and constantly having to fight for who I was, so being in an element where, “oh now you’re an underdog!” It’s like, no, I’m not. I’m a strong competitor. 

What do you want to do with the platform that Drag Race has given you?First, I’m really thankful for this platform that I was given because it’s far beyond what I was before I got on the show. But I want to really conquer that medium of YouTube because I feel like it’s a really untapped entity. I have a lot more tutorials, a whole lot more content, especially movie reviews and drag history – I’m going to keep doing that until the end of time.

Do you see any important political implications with “Drag Race” being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?

I would say it’s a good thing. As far as “Drag Race” being on a mainstream platform now, it’s really beautiful. I remember RuPaul was [on VH1] years and years ago and it’s really a homecoming for her and we really need things like drag now, especially being able to laugh and being able to have things that parody – public image and public figures. It’s an important thing – we need to be able to laugh and entertainment really does that for people.

Is there a particular queen that you’d like to see on a future season of “Drag Race”?

I would love to see somebody like Biblegirl or more legendary queens like Hedda Lettuce or Sherry Vine. 

Out of everyone left in the competition who are you rooting for?

J: Nobody! [laughs] I’m rooting for my girls Nina and Peppermint and Charlie. I hope they all do really well. But I wasn’t there long enough to hate anybody!

What do you want people to know about Jaymes Mansfield going forward?

That I’m a queen who truly cares about drag! And I’m a queen who will continue to talk up the importance of drag queens and our history until I’m blue in the face! That’s always what I’ve wanted to be remembered for is somebody who really and truly cares about drag and the preservation of drag.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1.

 

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30 Award-Winning Wedding Photos That Say More Than Words Ever Could

Hollywood actors and filmmakers aren’t the only ones taking home awards this season.

On Sunday, The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers (ISPWP) announced the winners of their “Best Wedding Photography Of 2016” contest.

Below, we’ve compiled 30 of our favorites. To see the collection in its entirety, head over to the ISPWP. 

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Debbie Reynolds’ Last Words Show The Power Of A Mother’s Love

It seems that the loss of her daughter may have been too heavy a burden for Debbie Reynolds to bear.

The 84-year-old Hollywood icon died after suffering a stroke Wednesday, just one day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, was pronounced dead following a heart attack.

But it’s her final words that show just how much the “Singin’ in the Rain” star loved and missed her daughter.

Todd Fisher, Reynolds’ son, told TMZ that he and Reynolds were planning Carrie Fisher’s funeral Wednesday morning when she began grieving and told him, “I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie.”

Fisher confirmed Reynolds’ last words to E! News saying, “She went to be with Carrie. In fact, those were the last words she spoke this morning.”

After news broke of Carrie Fisher’s death on Tuesday, Reynolds thanked her daughter’s fans on Facebook for their thoughts and prayers.

Reynold’s would also often share vintage photos of her children on Facebook, giving the world a peek into their lives as Hollywood fixtures.

More recent posts promoted the release of “Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds,” a documentary about Reynolds, her children and their lives in show business through the decades, which will air on HBO in March.

While Reynolds’ love for her children was expressed in her last words, she could rest assured that her daughter felt the same way.

Mother and I live next door to each other, separated by one daunting hill,” Carrie Fisher explained in the upcoming documentary, as quoted by Deadline.

“I usually come to her,” Fisher added. “I always come to her.”

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British PM Theresa May’s Leather Trousers Spark War of Words

PANTS ON FIRE: Two British luxury brands – Amanda Wakeley and Mulberry – have been caught in a war of words between the Prime Minister Theresa May and David Cameron’s former education secretary Nicky Morgan.
Morgan has accused May of profligacy in her purchase of a pair of brownish-gold Amanda Wakeley leather trousers, which she wore at home during a recent shoot for The Sunday Times of London — and more recently for work at No. 10 Downing Street.
In the shoot, the fashion-loving prime minister teamed the 995 pounds, or $ 1,250, flared trousers with a pair of black and white Burberry sneakers and a dark, draped sweater. May has long been a lover of fashion, wearing designer brands including Roland Mouret, Anya Hindmarch, and Russell & Bromley.
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What Do Gilmore Girls’ Jaw-Dropping Final Four Words Mean for Rory?

SPOILER WARNING: For those who haven’t watched Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, plot details will be revealed below.

Gilmore Girls‘ final four words left even Lorelai Gilmore in shock.

At the wrap of Netflix four-part revival series, which brought together the beloved cast of the original CW series, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino was finally able to have her two main characters — Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) — complete the dramedy the way that she originally intended it to be wrapped.

After audiences watched Lorelai and Luke (Scott Patterson) finally tie the knot in the center of Stars Hollow after being longtime lovers for nine years, the mother-daughter duo sat until the wee hours of the morning, sipping champagne on the steps of the iconic gazebo as they watched the sun come up.

As Lorelai reflected on saying “I do” to the Luke’s Diner owner in the “Fall” episode, she asked her daughter, who is deep in thought, “Hey, what’s going on in there?” to which Rory responds, “I want to remember it all. Every detail” and paves the way for the final four words.

“Mom,” Rory says to her mother as the two wait for the sun to come up behind their two-story home that they overlook in the near distance.

“Yeah?” Lorelai responds.

“I’m pregnant,” Rory reveals.

Jaw. Dropper.

As audiences watch the conversation unfold, the cameras capture Lorelai’s stunned reaction — an open mouth and wide eyes — before the camera transitions to the credits.

Throughout the revival, Gilmore Girls diehards eagerly watched to see who Rory ends up with at the end of the series. But perhaps to many viewers’ dismay, she doesn’t specifically end up with anyone — although she is forever tied to one of her past beaus because of the baby.

Let’s break it down in order of her boyfriends on the series.

DeanDean (Jared Padalecki) was Rory’s high school boyfriend, whom she later hooked up with while in college when he was married to Lindsay. But after the two finally called it quits during Rory’s early college years, Dean was no longer a contender in her love life. (Sorry, Team Dean, it’s true.)

In the revival, Rory bumps into Dean in the supermarket during the last and final episode (“Summer”), where he worked in high school and where much of their early romance bloomed. After physically running into one another, it’s revealed that Dean is married to Jenny, who is pregnant with the couple’s fourth child: their first daughter.

Rory proceeds to ask Dean’s permission to write about him in her Gilmore Girls book. “What are you gonna say?” Dean asks. “That you were the greatest boyfriend alive. That you were generous and protective and kind and strong. That as much as I wish we’d met when I was older and more mature, I know that if I hadn’t had you with me when I id, I wouldn’t be the person I am today. That you taught me what safe feels like,” Rory responds. As Rory says goodbye to Dean, the question of her ever ending up with him is laid to rest.

JessJess (Milo Ventimiglia) is Luke’s nephew and the bad-boy boyfriend that Rory fell for while still dating Dean. Shortly after breaking up with her first boyfriend, she quickly got together with Jess. The two shared numerous common interests — and the chemistry was apparent — but Jess was too immature at the time to be in a serious relationship. Although Jess attempted to win Rory back during her time at Yale, she refused his pursuit.

In the revival, Jess first returns in the third episode (“Summer”) when he visits Rory in her new position as editor of the Stars Hollow Gazette. While sitting together at her desk, Jess encourages Rory to write a book about her and her mother’s story. It is later revealed that Rory took Jess’ advice and she penned the first three chapters of her book, Gilmore Girls.

In the last episode (“Fall”), Jess makes a return for Luke and Lorelai’s wedding. As he leaves to stay with his mom the day before Luke and Lorelai’s wedding, Rory shows him the first three chapters of the book. “Jess, Jess, look! The first three chapters!” she says to him. Luke witnesses the exchange between the two and asks his nephew, “A work thing, huh? So then you’re over that, right?” to which Jess responds, “Yep, long over.” But as Jess leaves the house, viewers watch as he stares back at Rory through the window with admiring eyes. Clearly, he’s not over her. (Team Jess, there’s still hope!)

LoganLogan (Matt Czuchry) was Rory’s third and final boyfriend in the original CW series. Although the couple had an up-and-down relationship during their time at Yale, the show concluded with Logan proposing to Rory after graduation and her denying his offer. But in the revival, Logan is the first ex-boyfriend to make an appearance, only this time he’s no longer an ex — the two are reconnected lovers.

Logan appears in all four episodes of A Year in the Life, and it’s evident that Rory is still hung up on him. Every time she travels to London, she stays at his flat — regardless of the fact that she has a boyfriend, Paul, of two years and he is engaged to French heiress Odette — calls him when she’s having a crisis or needs a listening ear, and is the only man that audiences see her intimate with (aside from a one-night stand that she has in the “Spring” episode). After Rory attempts to call it quits with Logan in the summer, he makes a charming return in the fourth episode (“Fall) and whisks her away for the night before she says goodbye for good the next morning. But now that she’s pregnant with Logan’s child, can she really say goodbye, and does she want to?

With a book in the works, her and Logan’s baby on the way, her commitment to the Stars Hollow Gazette, and two men that are are still clearly in love with Rory, the youngest Gilmore appears to be closely resembling her mother’s footsteps.

What are your predictions? Do you think Rory would get together with Logan or Jess?

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is now streaming on Netflix.


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Well, we’re finally at that point — we have the top three contestants for the eighth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” — Bob the Drag Queen, Naomi Smalls and Kim Chi.

Unfortunately, fan favorite Chi Chi DeVayne — arguably the best performer out of this season’s crop of girls — didn’t make the cut.

Chi Chi was the dark-horse this season, walking through the doors in the first episode in a dress literally made out of garbage bags. Many viewers didn’t peg her as a front runner but, as the weeks progressed, she slowly won over the hearts of “Drag Race” fans around the world.

A likely candidate for Miss Congeniality, Chi Chi more than made her mark on this season of “Drag Race.” In this exit interview with The Huffington Post, the drag performer reflects on her time on the show, how the “Drag Race” experience affects queens from smaller towns and what she hopes the future will bring.

The Huffington Post: Hey Chi Chi! What a ride you had this season. A lot of people were surprised — and some even angry — that you didn’t make it into the top three. Were you surprised? How did you feel about how it all went down?

Chi Chi DeVayne: No, I wasn’t surprised because throughout the competition the other girls were consistent and nobody expected me to actually be or get as far as I did — not even me. But I look at it as a game. I had to play the game how it goes and those girls were good and they were consistent throughout the competition.

Once the end came and they lined up all of the pictures from throughout the whole thing, I knew that it was going to to be evident. And me turning into a fan favorite, that was a shocker [laughs]. So I knew the fans were going to be upset. But I felt it — I knew that I was going to be around fourth in the competition. It wasn’t really a big surprise to me, even though I wanted it badly.

You had one of the most pronounced narrative of anyone this season — something along the lines of discovering yourself and finding out that you had what it took all along. Do you feel like the narrative the show gave you was an accurate representation of your experience? 

Most definitely — I feel like there wasn’t much editing [laughs]. I think I was represented very, very well and was happy with the turnout — with everything. It really was like that. There wasn’t much editing going on — everyone was portrayed fairly accurately. I was pleased.

“Drag Race” can change the lives of those who are lucky enough to be chosen to compete. Do you think this show is important for queens like yourself who may not have grown their careers in bigger cities?

Oh most definitely. It’s a wonderful platform and I encourage any queen, whether you’re established and have been doing it for 50 years… I encourage anybody to try out because it is life-changing and we all want a little bit of fame [laughs]. So why not? Go for it.

How would you say “Drag Race” has changed drag?

It opened eyes to so many genres of drag and it’s making people accept that there’s not only one style. I think people are becoming more receptive to the alternative styles of drag. It’s just showing people that it doesn’t matter — drag is drag and your talent is what’s going to carry you through.

Who do you feel like you connected most with on the show? Is there anybody that you feel like you’re taking away as a friend from this experience?

Well, it’s hard for me to call anybody my “friend” because when I say “friend,” like, I’m from the South and friends have grown up with you, went to school with you, stuff like that. But towards the end, the top four — me, Naomi, Bob and Kim Chi — we are the closest out of the whole bunch. And then there’s Cynthia [Lee Fontain] — Cynthia is everybody’s favorite [laughs]. We all have a good relationship. That’s the thing about our season: there isn’t really any hard beef with each other and we all keep in touch.

What do you want the legacy of Chi Chi Devayne to be? What do you see the future holding for you?

I want the legacy of Chi Chi Devayne to be a damn good performer that came from nowhere and took the world by storm. I want to be one of the household names – I want to be one of the “RuPauls.” I want to do music, film, acting — all of that kind of stuff.

Want to catch up with the previous winners of “Drag Race”? Head here and check out the slideshow below for interviews with the previously eliminated season eight queens.

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Donald Trump has a new target… and it’s not a political rival or a debate moderator

Trump is feuding with John Oliver after the comic and host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” said on Friday he has no interest in having GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump on the show.

On Saturday, Trump took to Twitter to claim he already rejected an offer to appear: 

That wasn’t the end of it. 

The team behind ”Last Week Tonight” fired back on Sunday with a message that Oliver retweeted from his personal account

Oliver told “CBS This Morning” on Friday that he has doesn’t care about Trump “in any capacity.” 

“There’s nothing else to add. He’s said everything he wants to say,” Oliver said. ”There’s no internal monologue, that man, so it’s not like you’re going to find the secret nugget he’s been holding back.”

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Megyn Kelly, host of “The Kelly File” on Fox News, is back from vacation — and Donald Trump wasted no time resuming his attacks on her. 

Shortly after Monday night’s broadcast, Kelly’s first since Aug. 12, Trump fired off a series of tweets critical of her, including a retweet in which she was called a “bimbo” and another that remarked on her looks

Here’s the Republican presidential candidate’s reaction to the broadcast, which featured an interview with teacher and activist Cornel West:

Trump has been feuding with Kelly since the Republican debate on Aug. 6, saying she was unfair to him by asking about the misogynistic insults he has directed at women over the years.

Hours after the debate, Trump sent out a series of tweets and retweets attacking her. Then, he infamously said she had “blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her — wherever.”  Trump later claimed “wherever” referred to her nose.

Shortly after the Trump tirade, Kelly went on vacation, which Trump implied was “probably” because of fallout over the debate. However, Fox News said the vacation had been planned.

The attacks on Kelly reportedly led to a phone call between Trump and Fox News chairman Roger Ailes in which the two agreed to an apparent ceasefire

Based on Trump’s tweets late Monday, the ceasefire may be over.

 

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Marcia Gay Harden can do no wrong. Any role she undertakes ends up being a special one just because of her talent, charm and charisma. In her latest film “After Words”, she portrays a single woman in her forties who is at the end of her rope. She has a plan to end her life but delays it until after a trip to Costa Rica. Watching Harden go from a beaten plain Jane to a woman on the cusp of a wonderful life makes for grand movie entertainment.

Jane (Harden) is a librarian in Los Angeles, going through the motions of her life but without any real enthusiasm about it. When her employment is terminated due to a downturn in the economy she takes her savings and splurges on a trip to Costa Rica. Suddenly Jane is a woman with a plan. She will go to a foreign land and while there she will end her sad, dull life.

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Director Juan Feldman paces his story perfectly. The friendship between these two flawed human beings takes time to come to fruition. Juan is friendly and charming but it will take more than that to change Jane’s plans to end it all. Plus there is always the possibility the time in Costa Rica will be the perfect note on which to end it all.

Harden’s Jane is a character who sticks with you after the movie ends. She has many transitions and all are played with truth and believability. Jaenada’s Juan is the perfect counterpoint to her depressing aura. He is so alive, and so eager to please that it would be a crime not to enjoy his world. You certainly are able to see what he sees in her and what she sees in him.

This movie is a romantic fantasy and it must be accepted as that to be enjoyed. You can quibble that someone of Jane’s age must have some friends and/or relatives. You can also nitpick that protected hearts can not open up to adventure so quickly. But if you go with the flow and just accept the story as presented you will have a grand time with it.

The film is not rated.

“After Words” is similar to an old Katherine Hepburn film titled “Summertime”. In it she played a “spinster” on a European vacation who finds love. Hepburn made it all believable and Harden does too. So immerse yourself in the beauty of the Costa Rica setting and let your heart open up to a romantic fantasy.

I scored “After Words” a holiday 6 out of 10.

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Comedian Grace Helbig is a YouTube phenomenon, the star of her own new show on E! and a New York Times bestselling author, but the self-proclaimed “awkward older sister” says she owes all her success to failure.

In a commencement speech she delivered Friday at her alma mater, Ramapo College, Helbig, 29, recalled an epiphany she had while working an unfulfilling office job while dreaming of being a professional comedian.

“Quite honestly I think it is way more terrifying to be boring than to be a failure,” she said. “Failures are what make you interesting, and they’re what give you perspective and they’re what get you millions of views on YouTube.”

That mindset, she told the graduates, comes from a mantra she picked up while doing improv in New York after graduating in 2007: “Follow your fear.”

“When you’re uncomfortable, that’s when things get really interesting,” she said. “The more I kept doing improv and the more I kept following my fear, the more I realized that being uncomfortable is truly being alive,” Helbig added later. “The only thing you can do in this life is pursue your passions, celebrate your bloopers and never stop following your fear.”

That philosphy, she explained, led her to one of her most laughable learning experiences.

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Emma Stone Says Her ‘Heart Swells Up’ When She Hears Andrew Garfield’s ‘Poetic’ Words

Everyone’s favorite Hollywood couple, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, may have split in April, but the actress can still appreciate Garfield’s way with words.

The “Aloha” star sat down with Diane Keaton for her cover story in Interview magazine, for which the two reflected on their careers and shared movie memories. During the interview, Keaton also quoted something Garfield said about Stone in the actresses’ July 2012 cover issue of Vogue.

“Andrew Garfield said, ‘Working with Emma was like diving into a thrilling, twisting river and never holding on to the sides,'” Keaton says to Stone. “‘From the start. To the end. Spontaneous. In the moment. Present. Terrifying. Vital. The only way acting with someone should be.’ My God. I mean, what did you feel when you heard such a dream-come-true observation?”

Stone praised Garfield: “He is such a poet,” she said, laughing. “But that’s the way he writes in general. So I hear it and of course my heart swells up. And I also know that he writes things like that on a daily basis.”

Although Stone and Garfield had previously dated since 2011, the two reportedly broke up last month over what sources cited as issues with long distance. However, Stone’s Interview with Keaton took place in March, before the split, according to People magazine. Either way, we’re going to pretend Garfield is still writing his heart-swelling poetry every day.

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20 Photos Of Pets At Weddings That Are Almost Too Cute For Words

February 20 marks an unofficial and little-known holiday called National Love Your Pet Day. We were as surprised as you probably are that there is a day dedicated to loving your fur baby — that’s pretty much all day, e’ry day in our book.

We took advantage of this opportunity to ask our readers and photographer friends to send us adorable pics of their pets at weddings — because everyone knows there’s nothin’ cuter than a well-dressed pup in a bow tie. Check out the most precious photos below.

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Words in a French Life : Lessons in Love and Language from the South of France

Words in a French Life : Lessons in Love and Language from the South of France


Buy Words in a French Life by Kristin Espinasse in Paperback for the low price of 12.59. Find this product in Travel > Europe – France, Essays & Travelogues.
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Kids Exclusive: Exclusive Words For Kids Before Joining School

Kids Exclusive: Exclusive Words For Kids Before Joining School


This book is the best collection of words with illustrations for kids. The book comprises of the basic words that kids have to learn before joining the school. This helps them improve communication and stay ahead of others in school. This will be both a kids fun book and knowledge book. Fun with knowledge along with beautiful illustrations designed exclusively for kids. Megs is a famous author for several jokes books, story books, kids books with illustrations. Megs books are highly published in several formats.

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Final Fantasy: World Wide Words Jump Festa 2015 Trailer (Japanese)

Final Fantasy World Wide Words Jump

Help your favorite Final Fantasy characters take down powerful monsters and dastardly villains in Final Fantasy: World Wide Words.
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Words Of Gratitude (cd): For Mind, Body, And Soul

Words Of Gratitude (cd): For Mind, Body, And Soul


The cutting-edge, enhanced features of these audio books deliver much more to readers than traditional audio books. Enhanced audio book features include: – Audio book as CD and MP3 with music- Interactive, multi-media interface with web browser- E-book in Adobe PDF Format- Videos and photo scrapbooks
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Johnny Depp Slurs Words In Bizarre Awards Show Speech

Johnny Depp‘s awkward speech during at the Hollywood Film Awards on Friday has caught fire online. The “Into the Woods” actor took to the stage to honor Shep Gordon, storied talent manager and the subject of Mike Myers’ documentary “Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon,” and proceeded to slur his speech, swear and wobble around.

“I’m not very good at this kind of thing,” Depp said at the start, after commenting on the “weird microphone.” Maybe he was just being modest: Depp has presented at numerous awards shows in the past without a hitch, including the 2009 Golden Globes Awards. Perhaps, like Depp said, it was “just one of those nights.” Watch the speech above and decide for yourself.
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Town & Country Wedding Vows & Promises: And Other Words for the Bride and Groom

Town & Country Wedding Vows & Promises: And Other Words for the Bride and Groom


The first words may be most important—Will you marry me?—but that’s only the start. From announcing the engagement to creating the wedding invitations, from writing personalized vows to proposing toasts at the reception, Town & Country helps the bride and groom say it in style. Always with an eye to tradition and good etiquette, this guide offers advice and inspiration, and even a space to jot down clever ideas as they pop into your head. All the important questions are asked, and a range of possible answers suggested: How will you word your save-the-date cards? Will you create a wedding website? What lyrics, novels, poems, and quotations move you and have meaning for your relationship? Elegantly designed, with a ribbon marker, this will be a book the happy couple will treasure.
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Words By The Water

Words By The Water


William Jay Smith has been one of the most respected figures on the literary scene for more than half a century. Two of his thirteen poetry collections were finalists for the National Book Award, and the present volume is clearly the work of a true American master.The volume opens with a poetic sequence, The Atoll, concerning the tiny coral island of Palmyra during World War II. Finding himself on the narrow rim of an extinct volcano at almost the exact center of the Pacific, water on all sides, breakers pounding the reef, the poet evokes the distinct sensation that he had of being at the heart of Herman Melville''s oceans vast. In lines resonant and memorable, he recalls the terrifying beauty of standing at night on what seemed then the very edge of the earth.The poet next addresses our current daily terror-war and destruction. In Invitation to Ground Zero he presents a moving tribute to a victim of the September 11 disaster, while in Willow Wood a soldier, having recently lost both his legs in a roadside blast, utters without a trace of self-pity strong words on future wars. Tragedy marks many of these pages, but Smith does not forget his lifelong commitment to witty and satiric verse. To introduce several hilarious pieces, he reprints the celebrated poem Dachshunds. Simplicity and musicality have given his wedding songs a wide audience. Several of them are here, including an extraordinary new one, The Bouquet.Variety has always characterized Smith''s work. Words by the Water is particularly varied and unusually youthful and fresh.
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Words for the Wedding

Words for the Wedding

“Come live with me and be my love…”

Nothing personalizes a wedding more than using the right words. Brides- and grooms-to-be looking for unique, inspiring ways to celebrate their special day will find the best words of love in this practical guide. Romantic and witty, classic and contemporary, multicultural, pop-cultural, and just plain fun-if it’s been said about love, it’s in this book.

Covering everything from invitations and wedding websites to readings, programs, party favors, and more, Words for the Wedding presents hundreds of classic and contemporary poems, quotes, quips, and blessings-from the Buddha to Bono-along with advice on how to use them most memorably.

Whether you’re planning a traditional nuptial or a do-it-yourself celebration on a shoestring, this useful and inspiring book will help you find all the right words to go along with “I do.”

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Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer


A story collection that proves less is more.The stories in this collection run the gamut from playful to tragic, conservative to experimental, but they all have one thing in common: they are no more than 25 words long. Robert Swartwood was inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s possibly apocryphal six-word story—”For Sale: baby shoes, never worn”—to foster the writing of these incredibly short-short stories. He termed them “hint fiction” because the few chosen words suggest a larger, more complex chain of events. Spare and evocative, these stories prove that a brilliantly honed narrative can be as startling and powerful as a story of traditional length. The 125 gemlike stories in this collection come from such best-selling and award-winning authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Ha Jin, Peter Straub, and James Frey, as well as emerging writers.

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Words for the Wedding: Creative Ideas for Personalizing Your Vows, Toasts, Invitations and More

Words for the Wedding: Creative Ideas for Personalizing Your Vows, Toasts, Invitations and More


""Come live with me and be my love…" " Nothing personalizes a wedding more than using the right words. Brides- and grooms-to-be looking for unique, inspiring ways to celebrate their special day will find the best words of love in this practical guide. Romantic and witty, classic and contemporary, multicultural, pop-cultural, and just plain fun-if it’s been said about love, it’s in this book. Covering everything from invitations and wedding websites to readings, programs, party favors, and more, "Words for the Wedding" presents hundreds of classic and contemporary poems, quotes, quips, and blessings-from the Buddha to Bono-along with advice on how to use them most memorably. Whether you’re planning a traditional nuptial or a do-it-yourself celebration on a shoestring, this useful and inspiring book will help you find all the right words to go along with "I do."
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Instant Korean: How to Express 1,000 Different Ideas With Just 100 Key Words and Phrases

Instant Korean: How to Express 1,000 Different Ideas With Just 100 Key Words and Phrases


It’s amazing how 100 key words and phrases provide instant communication Do you want to speak simple Korean but are too busy to study it? Are you visiting Korea for a short time and want a Korean phrase book to help you communicate? If so, this is the book for you. It’s tiny 0.4 x 4.1 x 5.9 inches size makes it incredibly convenient to travel with but without losing the most essential content for communication. The idea of “Instant Korean” is simple–learn 100 words and phrases and say 1,000 things. The trick is knowing which 100 words to learn, but the author Boye Demente has solved the problem, choosing only those words you’ll hear again and again. Even with a vocabulary this small, you’ll be surprised how quickly and fluently you too can communicate in Korean. Here’s a sample of what you’ll be able to do: Meet peopleGo shoppingAsk directionsRide the subwayOrder food and drinksAnd much more

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Наклейки на окна no.IS23 Your Own Words Kids Club Polychrome

Наклейки на окна no.IS23 Your Own Words Kids Club Polychrome


Your childs name in a beautiful window picture! The combination of colors varies by the numbers of letters of your wish-name! Enter your personal name in the designated box and we will produce your custom motif exclusively for you! The thumbnail pictures (Fig. 1) we have provided show the motif with a sample name how it may look like. Attention! You get the Window Picture like the general view (picture 2). If you wish to see this side from the outside, but you want to place the print from the inside on your window, so please choose the option ‘mirror inverted’.
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Aerosol Texting: The Power Of Words On City Walls

Brief Analog Messages On Walls Ape Our Digit-Driven Discourse

Whether satire, slogan, or soliloquy, the anonymous street scribe shapes our experience while we walk through the city.

Boffo or blustery, a piece of poetry can sling or sting your unsuspecting heart as you round the corner or look above your head and a rallying cry will bring color to your cheeks or dread into your head. A well-crafted counterpoint can clearly confound and a cleverly flipped script will turn up your lips, but no-one can crack some cryptic confessionals or meandering non sequitors that pop and squirm under your quizzical gaze.

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Whether cute or contentious, the hand-rendered words that we daily see on walls throughout the city are all speaking to us in a cooly comforting lo-fi handwritten way across the bricks and mortar, but somehow they often obey a 140 character limit too. Mercifully brief, as if targeted to our hurried pace and tightly tailored for the twitter-brained among us, these textual communications are looking for a more general audience, but an audience nonetheless.

And here we are. Today we look at a kaleidoscopic collection caught by photographer Jaime Rojo, cobbled together here for you.

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Rambo (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Rambo (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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El Sol 25 (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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El Sol 25 (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Love Me (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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3tt Man (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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B.D. White & Jilly Ballistic (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Banksy (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Banksy (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Pesk ACK (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Gilf! (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Enzo & Nio (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Enzo & Nio (photo © Jaime Rojo)

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Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer


The stories in this collection run the gamut from playful to tragic, conservative to experimental, but they all have one thing in common: they are no more than 25 words long. Robert Swartwood was inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s possibly apocryphal six-word story–"For Sale: baby shoes, never worn"–to foster the writing of these incredibly short-short stories. He termed them "hint fiction" because the few chosen words suggest a larger, more complex chain of events. Spare and evocative, these stories prove that a brilliantly honed narrative can be as startling and powerful as a story of traditional length. The 125 gemlike stories in this collection come from such best-selling and award-winning authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Ha Jin, Peter Straub, and James Frey, as well as emerging writers.
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