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Drag stars, including Drag Race faves, bring the festivities in Revry’s ‘Christmas Queens Sing-Along Concert Special’

What’s more festive than a drag queen Christmas, eh?

Just released on Revry, the ‘Christmas Queens Sing-Along Concert Special’ is a shimmering festive delight full of your favourite drag stars in a combination of live performances, interviews, music videos and backstage moments.

Filmed live in London and Los Angeles during the sold-out 2016 ‘Christmas Queens’ world tour, the special stars Alaska Thunderfuck, Ginger Minj, Ivy Winters, Jackie Beat, Jiggly Caliente, Katya, Manila Luzon, Phi Phi O’Hara and Sharon Needles, and features Michelle Visage in a Christmas extravaganza like no other.

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2 winner Alaska Thunderfuck said: “What better way to celebrate the holidays than watching Drag queens sing, dance, and make merry. Thank you Revry for sharing our season’s greetings with the world!”

Ginger Minj, who is currently starring in the well-received Netflix film ‘Dumplin”, added: “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  What better way to celebrate than donning your gayest apparel and decking the halls with some of dragdom’s merriest Marys?!”

Christmas Queens is our own little Christmas party that we have been fortunate enough to share with the world. Between movies, TV, music, fashion and touring it’s so hard for us to find the time to get together, but once a year, no matter what, we don our gayest apparel, sing some songs and just have a good time.

That’s what Christmas Queens has become … our little family’s Christmas Party. And now we get to share the festivities with the rest of the world!

The sing-along spectacular is available to watch on Revry now for free. Happy holidays, hunties!

Written by QWEERIST editor

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