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February 9, 2012 Comments Off on Untucked with Brian: Willam Belli Disagree’s with our Episode Two Review of RuPaul’s Drag Race Views: 3389 Arts & Entertainment, Drag, Drag O'Tainment, RuPaul's Drag Race Season 4

Untucked with Brian: Willam Belli Disagree’s with our Episode Two Review of RuPaul’s Drag Race


┬áSometimes I think about what goes through the heads of all these drag queen contestants when the show is airing because I will get a comment or an email from a drag race queen and their tone is high in the anger department. Really? That is definately one firm sign that you did not win the race, so why would you want to exploit yourself like that during the season when you’re still in the competition in our eyes, and especially to a writer in the press? This week I wrote my review of the second episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race – which I felt I did a pretty damn good job, but in the process of getting the column published, I managed to piss off a drag queen contestant.

This is what Willam Belli had to respond to my article…I was wearing 8 inch Versace metal spike heels. I will humbly disagr…y’know what fuck it. I won’t humbly anything. I disagree. I was going for the ultimate girly girl cause they said they wanted girly girl drag. I gave them Jon-Benet all grown up, still pageanting but also prostituting.

I was wearing 8 inch Versace metal spike hells. I will humbly disagr…y’know what fuck it. I won’t humbly anything, I disagree. I was going for the ultimate girly girl cause they said they wanted girly girl drag. I gave them Jon-benet all grown up, still pageanting but also prostituting.

I’ll try harder though for you next week. they showed my gown in the preview already and it’s classy as a muthafuck. Vivienne Westwood.

I’m sorry, and I’m not one that easily apologizes for anything that I write, but I was not criticizing your runway outfit. I was stating that you’re performance was a bit less than what I had expected from such a queen that has soared in Hollywood. So if I do need to apologize, then it’s for my writing not being clear: your performance can be better, but your runway looks are doing just fine. Is that better? So the question now becomes am I too rough with these contestants this season or has Seattle taken a toll on my ability to see what is good and what is bad?

New Queer on the Block / brian@seattlegayscene.com

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