NYC Drag superstar on making sure your vote counts, maintaining pressure after the election, and personal political advice.
on a balmy Wednesday afternoon, I sit down and gear up my laptop to talk to Lady Bunny over Zoom. Once we link, I ask simply: How are you doing? “Oh, just the usual weekday, arguing on social media with people I don’t know,”
The New York drag icon sings Lizzo, zings Trump and shares her tips for surviving the COVID-19 crisis. The show premieres Friday.
Three decades after landing in New York with RuPaul, Lady Bunny rules as New York’s reigning drag queen, even as a younger generation nips at her heels.
I found myself laughing hysterically while chatting with the one and only Lady Bunny. That shouldn’t come as much of a surprise though given the amount of chuckles she’s given to millions of people throughout her illustrious career.
The outdoor drag festival will feature Lady Bunny and Neil Patrick Harris on Sept. 1 at Pier 17 in Lower Manhattan.
Of course when you are painting on top of an existing painting I listen to and look for underlying things the artist might have intentionally or unintentionally put in there. I like to let what’s their guide me on what to do next…
Artist Kenny Scharf drives gallerist Jeffrey Deitch during a Karbombz! rally Saturday on Santa Monica Boulevard.