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PHOTOS: Check Out Adore Delano And Celebrity Queens At RuPaul’s Drag Race Pride Celebration
Jul 01, 2014
Liberty Theater, the newly renovated Broadway Theater-turned entertainment venue, hosted Logo’s Drag Race Pride Party. Brandon Voss, World of Wonder, and LogoTV organized the event which featured the Season Six Finalists and past season Miss Congenialities. While Bianca del Rio and Michelle Visage were getting the crowd riled up we snuck backstage for a quick visit with some of our favorite contestants from past seasons: BenDeLaCreme, Courtney Act, Adore Delano, Pandora Boxx, Darienne Lake, Ivy Winters, Mimi Imfurst, Rebecca Glasscock, and Latrice Royale. The explosive new electro-group Cary Nokey fronted by the producer of Destiny’s Child’s “Bootylicious” and Lady Gaga’s Grammy-winning album, The Fame, performed with a star-studded lineup of RuPaul’s Drag race stars.
Pandora Boxx and BenDeLaCreme
Cary Nokey With Dancers
Keith Everett Book and Ivy Winters
Rebecca Glasscock and Ivy Winters