Extremely good, factual, and not-at-all-weird life advice from 'The Trixie & Katya Show' | Guide
RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 queens Katya Zamolodchikova and Trixie Mattel in 'UNHhhh.' It's a show about season 7. On this episode of "UNHhhh" they offer advice to the season 8 queens. Who would date Trixie or Katya? Turns out. Apr 27, Katya was a really big influence for Trixie during 'All-Stars 3'. Trixie discussed her two albums to date: 's Two Birds and this year's . Of course, it must have helped that she had an All-Stars veteran to turn to for advice. RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 queens Katya Zamolodchikova and Trixie Mattel in 'UNHhhh.' It's a show Katya & Trixie had every intention to discuss a bounty of useful beauty tips, however they got sidetracked. Dating Part 1: UNHhhh 4.
Porn It's extremely difficult to create the titles of porno versions of movies.
I always thought this would be extraordinarily easy, which would explain the thousands of ridiculous, often concerning names of some porno films. But it turns out that porn producers must struggle as much as the people that Trixie and Katya I mean… Brian and Brian interview on the street in this episode — because most of their suggestions are exceedingly terrible or excellent — art is subjective, I guess.
Night of the Living Dick Trixie: Also, not life advice per se, but this episode delivered the clarification that both Trixie and Katya would not go to bonetown with a Minion. I suppose that is pretty solid life advice, in a way: Death There's a lot of advice in this episode, so let me list some of the most life-changing for you: A really good slang term for death is a "dirt nap".
Don't fear death, be turned on by the idea of being free of all of your responsibilities. The perfect funeral consists of the following things: Trixie's idea of heaven is a having sex with Paul Rudd on astroturf, and the Spice Girls are still together.
This is a true fact according to Trixie's brain. You're a monster, Linda. Also Katya's autopsy will reveal she doesn't have human organs, she is instead filled with cigarette smoke, bats and Ed McMahon.
Fear This episode is filled to the brim of fabulous life advice. Turns out one of them was a brand new TV show! This wasn't just a personal career boost for these two queens: From the start, The Trixie and Katya Show was a hit.
However, the show's future was jeopardized in February of this year when Katya took a break from drag for "personal reasons.
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The show must go on! In a previous interview with Billboard, this queen had come clean about her previous issues with substance misuse. Many fans were concerned that this sudden break from the drag industry signaled a relapse on Katya's part. Unfortunately, they were soon proved right. Here's hoping that things only get better for Katya now!
Not only that, she went on to win the competition! Of course, it must have helped that she had an All-Stars veteran to turn to for advice. Katya memorably starred in All-Stars 2, becoming what Screener described as the "People's Princess" of that season.
The fans loved her and were gutted when Katya's rival Alaska snatched the crown.
The two queens revealed that filming for The Trixie and Katya Show took place around the same time as All-Stars 3's shooting schedule. While taking breaks from their Viceland show, Trixie and Katya would spend their time jointly sewing outfits for the former to take to Drag Race.
Well, Trixie and Katya have! Don't ask me why: However, they each posted snaps from this shoot to their Twitter accounts. The pictures are black and white, very artsy, and as absurd as you'd expect from this pair.
Katya's post was, strangely enough, the more understated of the two. This photo simply depicted these two queens embracing their bare selves, totally devoid of both clothes and their drag makeup. Trixie's snap, on the other hand, also included photographer Aaron Jay Young! Young ended up sandwiched between Katya and Trixie, and it's a photo and a half. Well, you know what RuPaul says: Katya alluded to this in an interview with Billboard, stating that drag queens are "alternative, cross-dressing prophets who travel around the globe".
Well, that's one way of putting it!