Hi everyone! Joining me for this week’s “Drag Race Dialogue” is the fabulous Trannika Rex! Trannika is a towering figure (literally) in the Chicago drag scene and hosts some of my favorite shows in the Windy City.
Chad: So you’re known for a quick wit, and you’ve got some experience in comedy, right? What do you think of Season 6’s heavy focus on performance so far?
Trannika: This is the best season so far because of it. There’s more actual performance to look at than fake drama and awkward forced challenges.
Chad: I agree, but do you think it gives a chance for queens like Trinity and April to shine?
Trannika: The challenge was built aroundAdore and Courtney, so commit to being a good supporting actor. Don’t worry about the singing, worry about the character.
Chad: So, this is my portrait of Laganja this week, after her video message from her parents. I really loved how sensitive she seemed in that moment.
Trannika: I feel sympathy for her, but not because of the reasons that I’m supposed to. She was thrown into this Drag Race machine and it’s pulling some weird emotions out of her brain. She’s Alyssa’s daughter, but she’s also a new queen. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…