Entertainment news. Everything you didn't need to know about the huns of the world this week.
The Hun Report: The Instagram Live Episode
We're back! Before we return next week with a brand new format, we jumped on Instagram to chat about what to expect from the podcast over the next few weeks. Drag Race will still be on, but we'll be taking a wider look at the world of huns. This week, we talk Nicki Minaj and her massive testicles, 'dumbo' Laura Kuenssberg, and the concept of Hot Gay Autumn. Welcome back...
Drag Race All Stars 6 - Episode 12: This Is Our Country
We made it to the end! In one of the wildest episodes we've ever recorded, we come together to discuss the finale. David hasn't got a voice, no one knows who Tanya Tucker is and Jack gets VERY confused about Zoe Lucker. For the main challenge, the final four queens are tasked to write and perform their own verse to Ru's new song "This Is Our Country", which sounds absolutely nothing like 'Old Town Road' by queer icon Lil Nas X.
Drag Race All Stars 6 - Episode 11: The Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent Monologues
What was the point in that? Join us in our fury at not one, but two poor results that sandwich a fairly mediocre final challenge. Also, our original recording didn't save so enjoy this short but sweet recap of the last week.
Drag Race All Stars 6 - Episode 10: Rudemption Lip-Sync Smackdown
The game within a game finally arrives...
Drag Race All Stars 6 - Episode 9: Drag Tots
Nearly there girlies. The series splutters on to episode nine, where we're treated to a cross promotion of cartoon series 'Drag Tots', a fuming Charli XCX listening to Boom Clap, and a shouldn't-be-but-is hilarious outburst from Eureka! Meanwhile, the huns play their own version of the classic party game 'All Star Class Superlatives' with riveting results.
Drag Race All Stars 6 - Episode 8: Snatch Game Of Love
Snatch Game is here and in typical All Stars fashion, there's a love twist. Do we think it's needed? Probably not, but we'll enjoy what it offers us anyway. The girlies discuss their favorite impersonations, superstar designer Ms. Tina Knowles Lawson and explain the shock history behind Sheena Easton's hit 'Sugar Walls'. Meanwhile, Tammie Brown won't reply to our emails regarding getting her on the podcast...
Love how this feels like one of those morning radio talk shows like The Breakfast Club or The Ricky Smiley Show. Excited to hear more fun guests on it!
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