New Stuff for the New Year: “AJ And The Queen”

What's a new year without a little RuPaul? Can I get an amen in here?
AJ and the Queen

How does she find the time? With back-to-back Drag Race seasons, books, albums, talk show, and a million other activities, RuPaul found time to star in a scripted series for Netflix called “AJ and the Queen”. Not only does it star a zillion drag queens and a smart-mouth kid, but I LOL’s through the trailer. Check it out! Dropping on January 10th!

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