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Michelle Visage Interview


 OMG... It's Michelle Visage

W&W: Hi Michelle, tell us what you're currently working on? 

Michelle: it's a secret! when i am ready to let it out, i will tell you.....promise!

W&W: We had the pleasure of meeting you in Cardiff this year during 'Battle of the seasons' at The Tramshed... What're your thoughts on the Cardiff crowd?

Michelle: Cardiff was so amazing we added an extra night! I LOVE WALES and clearly, you guys love us too! Mutual love is always an awesome thing....

W&W: And you were given a portrait by yours truly, of yourself created in make up (thanks for posting it on social media by the way) what else would be fitting to create you out of? 

Michelle: I think makeup was the most fitting....but also glitter, nail polish and acrylic nail powders and let us not forget hummous.

W&W: Rupauls Drag Race really has taken over the world, 8 seasons in, what do you think makes it so special? 

Michelle: What makes it special for me is the overwhelming feeling over acceptance. The people who maybe haven't had the easiest time in life (like myself in early days) or are going through a hard time, feel a sense of family with the RuPaul's Drag Race crowd. Our fans are the best and they all have a story. What makes us special is NO ONE judges you at a show, we are there loving the same thing.

W&W: The UK really seem to have adopted you, you did great in Celebrity Big Brother, would you do more TV here? We've all heard those Drag Race UK rumours... 

Michelle: I am killing myself day in and day out to become at the very least, a part time UK'er. Mark my words, I will NOT STOP til i am back on UK telly where I belong!

W&W: You've done so much in your career to date, from your music, drag race and your book 'The Diva Rules'! Is there any goal you've yet to accomplish? Maybe a recorded duet with one of your besties Anastacia? I'm just being selfish as I'd love that! 

Michelle: Anastacia  and I have talked about it and we are both in, so I would definitely count on that one! Broadway and West End are my next goals, both of them. It's been my dream since i was a baby, it's time I make that dream come true!


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