The Brits know how crazy Adele is. Americans have no clue about Adele and how crazy she is!
I was a theater major, and I remember being in college, and whenever my professor would assign me songs that I hated, I really had a hard time singing them. One time, I even faked sick so I wouldn't have to sing a song.
I always felt ,like, I'll leave autobiographies to the people who are kind of iconic.
I got involved in the underground world known as ballroom culture, and I used to walk a category called 'face,' and it was a very heavily Latino culture - it's black and Latino - and they used to call me 'cara,' which means face in Spanish, so I started putting 'cara' on everything: hats, jackets.
I am a massive bargain hunter, so my list of bargains goes on and on and on.
Personally, I think what's happening in my beautiful country is embarrassing, but I also know that Trump doesn't speak for the majority of us.
I think Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani, and Victoria Beckham all have an aesthetic that I admire, but I also love extreme risk takers like Miley Cyrus and Rihanna.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder for real.
I would create the best 'Big Brother All-Stars!'
I am just forthcoming - completely blunt and honest.
I was raised in a Jewish family, but since I was adopted, my parents sent me to Hebrew school and Bible chapel, so I got the best of both worlds - singing in both a choir in Bible chapel and a chorus in Hebrew school. It shaped me and my voice.
Listen, there's an expiration date for everything, but I mean, we're not burning out on 'Top Models,' are we? We're not burning out on making things in a 'Runway' room, are we? We're not getting enough 'Got Talent,' right? We'll never run out of talent. So, how could there be a 'Drag' burnout?
I love candles.
My parents both worked; I was a 'latchkey kid.' We were lower-middle class, and they did everything that they could to give me anything I wanted, within reason. We were not rich by any stretch of the imagination, but being an adopted kid, I think we had a different connotation. My parents tried extra hard, I think.
I love creating. I love being with creative people who can think quickly on their feet.
I had a dialect coach from the Royal Shakespeare Company who was from Sheffield.
I do drag. Just because my drag is not the drag of Creme Fatale or Holy McGrail doesn't mean it's less drag. I perform live; I just sing with dancers. It's drag on a different level.
I love Marc Jacobs and what Kim Jones is doing for Dior Homme.
I'm too much of a broad; I make men shake in their boots because I have a male dominance in my make-up that makes them feel emasculated.
I try to be happy as much as I can. I'm really not a downer; I hate victims. I hate needy people. I'm that person who always tries to make the best of any situation. I'm probably happiest when I'm with my kids or with a gaggle of gays.