By: Extra Eric
Never has a mag cover looked so good.
RuPaul is covering Entertainment Weekly for their annual pride issue and the result is sickening — who better to represent the community. “America’s First Lady of drag reflects on 30 years of LGBTQ Pop culture.” Check out the cover:
Let’s hear it for @RuPaul! America’s First Lady of Drag reflects on 30 years of LGBTQ pop culture in this week’s special issue. 🙌🏽🌈 Plus, we reunited the cast of #TheLWord and #BattlestarGalactica, and have a sneak peek at the #Will&Grace revival. 😯Click the link in our bio for more, and pick up an issue on newsstands starting Friday, June 16. #DragRace 📷: @tonykellyworld for EW
In the story, the famous Queen talks about her legacy and what’s coming for the future. Here’s a fun fact, thanks to E! News, “a cameo in The B-52s’ “Love Shack” music video gave RuPaul his first national television exposure. And as a result, Vh1 later green-lit his own variety series: The RuPaul Show.”
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