Drag Race queens take center stage to promote ‘Feud’

Dawn Ennis

Old Hollywood was never this openly queer, or as fabulously funny, as the drag queen tributes to Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? now being staged nationwide.

Stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race have teamed-up to promote Feud: Bette and Joan, FX’s modern-day retelling of the making of the 1962 classic film starring screen legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, as Pride reported. The TV series starring Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange premieres March 5th.

MetroWeekly reported Roxxy Andrews, Willam, and Katya have co-hosted screenings with FX in a number of gay bars, including one in the new center of LGBTQ America, Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. On March 3rd, the FX network is sponsoring “Drag-tacular,” a live concert event at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, starring Niki Haris, Jake Simpson, Kay-Ta Matsuno’s 10-piece band, DJ Laszlo, a dance performance in Baby Jane Drag, and Bianco Del Rio & Peaches Christ.

On Tuesday, Alyssa Edwards and Detox performed their own homage at Hyde Sunset, before a packed house. They were the highlight of a fun, invitation-only event to celebrate the Queerties. 

 

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