Sunday, March 31, 2013
In my Easter Bonnet, with all the frills upon it, I felt like one of most grandest Ladies in the Easter Parade. We were "all in clover" as we celebrated the holiday of Springtime and Rebirth at New York City's annual Easter Parade, an exciting spectacle to see and be seen in. I made my appearance with comrads from Jerseylicious and ran into some people from Real Housewives of New York. For over a hundred years, Fifth Avenue in Manhattan is closed for vehicle traffic from 48th Street to 57th Street for people to strut their stuff, showing off their Easter ensembles and headgear. From the glamorous to the outrageous, thousands of people commemorated the festivity with fierce fashion and tons of fun!
Friday, March 22, 2013
I had the most sizzling of times making my appearance at The Hookies - International Escort Awards. The Hookies, presented by Rentboy.com and part of the yearly BPX: Black Party Expo, celebrate and honor the best in Adult Male Erotica and Entertainment. The grand soiree took place at the legendary Roseland Ballroom in Midtown Manhattan on March 22nd. The hottest Male XXX celebrities from around the world were all gathered under one roof, making an unforgettable, exciting evening none of us will ever forget! Michael Musto (Village Voice), Frankie C (Odyssey magazine), comedian Robbyne Kaamil, Robin Byrd, RuPaul's Drag Race Champion Sharon Needles, Photographers Dick Mitchell and Jason Russo, boylesque star Go-go Harder, Anu Singh, Gio Dell and so many others all had the steamiest evening with me!
Thursday, March 21, 2013
I had a wonderful time performing and co-hosting a glamorous gala to benefit a The LGBTQ Community Services Center of The Bronx called Valentine's Vamp. The Soiree was postponed after the Valentine's weekend snow storm, but we still had the spirit of Love and Romance in March. The event featured dancing and music by DJs Michael Hades and Steve Sidewalk, live entertainment and a sizzling Bachelor auction! The entertainers included recording artist Lovari, Tym Moss (of Artists Exposed radio show), pop artist, singer, TV host PVaz, Spicky Hilton, Athena Reich, Andrea Alton (as Molly Equality Dykeman), L'Tifah Tigress, Sissy Van Dyke and more! There were also special appearances by recording artist Ari Gold, Jason Hellinger (Inked magazine) photographer Rob Ordonez (aka "Mr. Paddles"), fashion designer Geary Marcello (Foxxy Face Couture), Eddie Berto (aka "Mr. Metro-Cub"), actor Taylor, Peter Frank and more! The gala evening took place at Club Rebel, 251 West 30th Street, New York City on March 23rd.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Check out the new issue of Get Out! magazine (issue #100, page 10) to see awesome photos by renowned celebrity/nightlife/event photographer Jason Russo (Hey Mister Jason) at the 20th annual GLBT Business Expo at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York City. There are two exciting images of the Lady Clover Honey in her retro fuchsia-orange print Pucci gown with white hat and black boa. One picture is on the main-stage with sister divas Destiny Divine, Ron B. (as "Tina") and Transsexual icon Amanda Lepore. The other is with other is with male model and mega-hunk Gio Dell.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
I was thrilled and honored to be performing and to be co-hosting the talent Main-stage of the 20th annual Original GLBT Business Expo at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York City. The Expo is America's most recognized GLBT Event held in the heart of New York. It features amazing talent that I was so happy to Emcee the stage with Carmella Cann, Destiny Divine and Ron B. as "Tina". The Main-stage was presented by Kurfew and included the amazing talents of recording artists Lovari, Jade Starling, Aris, Josh Zuckerman, the ultra-glam Amanda Lepore and others There was also sizzling men's fashion and underwear runway shows. For 20 years, the Expo with its exhibitors, sponsors, performers and attendees, has been going strong and providing valuable networking, support and exposure for GLBT-owned and GLBT-friendly businesses and community organizations.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
I was so happy to be part of the 13th annual St. Pat's for All parade in Sunnyside and Woodside Queens on March 3rd. The St. Pat's for All Parade celebrates the diversity of the Celtic, Irish and Irish-American communities of New York City. The parade, first held in 2000, cherishes and celebrates an inclusive St. Patrick's season. The St. Pat's for All parade was created in response to the shameful organizers of the NYC 5th Avenue St. Patrick's parade excluding Irish GLBT organizations. The St. Pat's for All parade embraces the theme of "cherishing ALL the children of the nation equally" taken from the Easter Proclamation of the Irish Republic. I had a blast meeting the Irish residents and marching in the parade with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn, NYC Comptroller John Liu, NYC Council Members Danny Dromm and Jimmy Van Bramer, GLBT Liaison to Governor Cuomo - Erik Bottcher, Gerard Mawn of Staten Island Pride, members of the NYC Police fraternity GOAL (Gay Officers Action League), Brendon Fay of the NYC Irish Arts Center, male supermodel Ronnie Kroell, Michael Mallon, Sebastian Maguire, Chap James Day and many others! It was all green beer, corned beef, green bagels, bagpipes, leprechauns, puppets, dancing, laughing and loads of fun!