Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka in New HBO Series “We’re Here”

We're Here Shangela Bob Eureka

This six-part reality series starring RuPaul’s Drag Race alums Shangela, Eureka and Bob The Drag Queen debuts on HBO on April 23rd.

In the series, our heroines recruit small-town residents across America to participate in a one-night-only drag show. They aim to inspire and teach their own “drag daughters” to step outside their comfort zone for a night of no-holds-barred, full-on drag.

I’m there!

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