Sunday, November 27, 2011

"Icons" Fierce Drag in Times Square!

I had a fabulous time at the opening night of the newest and hottest Drag Show in New York City! Icons, a casino-style musical gala with Drag Celebrity Female Impersonators and the necessary hunky bare-chested male back-up dancers, opened at the Snapple Theater in the Times Square Broadway Theater district on November 25th. The show was truly amazing with two Drag performers, Brianna Andrews (Ricardo Torres) and Dennis Williams who invoked Lady GaGa, Beyonce, Tina, Britney, Cher, Madonna, Michael and Janet and many more! The girls were accompanied by the most astonishing and talented dancers who had all the right moves and looks. The show provides the fiercest and most fabulous Drag talent with some powerful and awesome dancers, making it the most electrifying showcase to hit the City in a long time! Power to the Divas!!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Puppets, Television and Comedy

I had an interesting yet fun time at the studio of April Brucker, famed Comedienne, Ventriloquist and actress from NBC's Last Comic Standing and Avenue Q, where we set out to record a hilarious TV episode for Confessions, an Internet based Television program where we joked and talked about friends, enemies and our love-hate relationships with "Frenemies." Comic Peter Magierski and Drag Diva Ivy were also present. April brought out her side-kick puppet May and we all made it through the evening.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

"Meet The Breeds" Four-Legged Friends and Fashion

I had the most "purr-fect" time at an amazing event that showcased over 200 different breeds of pedigree dogs and cats! I made an appearance for a new media project at "Meet the Breeds" at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York City. I loved meeting all the wonderful people and animals and discovered some exotic new breeds, like the "Toyger" cat that looks amazingly like the wild Tiger! I also loved seeing the Cairn Terriers, the breed of Toto of the "Wizard of Oz", the leopard spotted Bengal cat, the elegant French poodles, the cute Mexican Hairless, the outlandish Gypsy Dog (Bedlington Hound) and many others! I especially enjoyed the Cat Fashion Show. I went with Tony Sawicki and I loved meeting City celebrities Schmitty the Weather Dog and meteorologist Ron Trotta.

Monday, November 14, 2011

New Jersey Trans Rocking

I had a great time at one of the hottest and the only weekly nightclub party for Transgender and CrossDressers and friends and admirers in Norther New Jersey. It's called Amanda's Hide-A-Way and its loads of fun. It was formerly Karalyn's Oasis, one of the legendary Trans parties in the NYC Tri-State area. Karalyn retired and handed over the reins to the party to Amanda, who hosts a fantastic evening in the PL Lounge in Hackensack, New Jersey. Special thanks to Rolanda Rose for taking such fabulous pics!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Real Housewives of New Jersey & Jersey Diva

I loved making my appearance on November 5th at the F Word party at club Splash in the Chelsea section of New York City, where cast members of the Bravo reality TV series The Real Housewives of New Jersey were in the house. Being originally from New Jersey, I loved mingling with other VIPs from the Garden State with a Shore. Gregg Bennett, the Gay roommate of the Italian sons of one of the Housewives was so charming and gorgeous. I also loved dishing with Kathy Wakile and many other Jersey girls and guys in the house. Along with the usual F Word club kids, divas and go-go hunks, it was Jersey awesome evening. Special thanks to Jason Russo of Hey Mr. Jason Photography for taking some wonderful amazing pics.

Lady Bunny "That Ain't NO Lady!"

I had a blast at dear friend and "sister of the cloth" legendary Lady Bunny's new hit one-"women" show titled "That Ain't No Lady" at the notorious Gay Latin Nightclub Escuelita. Bunny was hilarious and over-the-top as always and had everyone rolling in the isles with laughter. The show had jokes, song parodies and hot videos and appearances by hot Hispanic young men that Escuelita is known for. I covered the show for an entertainment news segment for Under the Pink Carpet. But Tony Sawicki and the editors will have their work cut out for them with figuring out what takes would be suitable for broadcast on television and FCC standards.