T.V. Review

Top 10 RuPaul’s Drag Race Disasters

RuPaul’s Drag Race is about to finish its ninth season, and crown a new queen. Here we take a look back at the follies that have taken place over the past nine seasons.

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Top 10 Posts of 2015

Our readers’ favourite posts from 2015. An eclectic mix of posts that ranges from the serious to the absurd. Enjoy a trip back through the months of the Richtig Haus experience.

An honourable mention in the 11th spot goes to the Fictitious News post “Nick Jonas, Unintentional Serial Killer“.

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Fictitious News

RuPaul to Head New Sharknado 4

Due to the cult following of Sharknado, Sharknado 2 and the upcoming release of Sharknado 3 in July 2015, the inevitable Sharknado 4 has moved into production mode. The latest incarnation of Sharknado will have a specific twist – it will be lead by Supermodel of the World RuPaul Charles. Continue reading

3 Men 1 House

3 Men, 1 Obsession

In our house there is one thing we can all agree upon: RuPaul’s Drag Race. I will first state that none of us are drag queens. Though, if we were, we would pummel that runway. Continue reading

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About the Queen: Alexis Mateo

Alexis Mateo (Alexis Mateo Pacheco) is a consistent pageant queen from Puerto Rico. She made her way to third place in RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 3. Alexis Mateo now resides in the United States, making her home base in Florida. Alexis’s catchphrase from Season 3 was “Bam!”. Continue reading

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About the Queen: Pandora Boxx

The queen of the sewing machine, Pandora Boxx (Michael Steck) was known as the Susan Lucci of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 2. The winner of Season 2’s Miss Congeniality prize, Pandora has stood out as the best of the campy queens. Pandora’s style was often criticized by judge Santino. Continue reading

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About the Queen: Nina Flowers

Nina Flowers (Jorge Luis Flores Sánchez) began her drag career in 1993, and was brought to the world via RuPaul’s Drag Race Season One in 2009. Known for her severe androgenous look, Nina was favoured by many to win Season One. She walked away with second place and the first Miss Congeniality Crown. Nina Flowers became a Professor on the spin-off show RuPaul’s Drag U. Continue reading