Here’s All the Footage From Hornet’s Day-Long Livestream Festival #GreatGayStayIn
After more than a month in #LGBTQuarantine, with most of us never leaving home and cooped-up in lockdown, Hornet decided that we could all use a little entertainment. And it was that idea that spawned the #GreatGayStayIn Festival, a day-long event comprised of nine separate livestreams featuring an international roster of diverse gay talent.
What’s that? You missed a few of the livestreams, which ran from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. PST? Well, you’re in luck, as we’ve compiled all the #GreatGayStayIn videos below!
These #GreatGayStayIn videos featured a little bit of everything for a community in quarantine — home workout sessions, a live cooking demonstration, some frank discussion of love, sex and relationships, an HBO premiere, and some much-needed comedy.
And best of all, Hornet users from around the world joined us for the livestreams! But even if you weren’t able to catch them in real time, you can watch them now!
Ricardo Peralta (one-half of YouTube’s famous duo Pepe y Teo) cooked “chicken tinga” live, straight from his kitchen in Mexico City:
Fitness pro and trainer extraordinaire Kenta Seki treated us to a 20-minute home quarantine workout for all fitness levels that needs no equipment. Get your heart rate up!
France-based Hornet user and fashion blogger Maurice Style treated us all to a tutorial on how to stay stylish but (most importantly) comfortable during quarantine:
The hilarious Southern queen of Tupperware Dixie Longate treated all of us to a wine-fueled storytime about dealing with her kids in the era of Coronavirus:
Sex therapist and host of the SiriusXM radio show Loveline treated us to a brilliant, frank discussion about love, sex and relationships in the time of COVID-19. Watch it here:
You’re guaranteed to get sweaty if you follow this dance & workout routine by Mr. Gay Japan SHOGO! And as an added bonus, he closes with some exercises designed to work that booty!
The hilarious L.A.-based comedian Teddy Margas treated us to a brilliant rendition of his “Teddy Tales,” a livestreaming storytime about growing up gay. And if you stick around til the very end you’re treated to a few juicy tales about his time on RuPaul’s Netflix series AJ and the Queen!
At 6 p.m. PST our eyes were glued to our screens for the premiere of the brand-new HBO series We’re Here, in which three Drag Race alums — Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka and Shangela — travel the United States while offering drag makeovers before one-night-only performances. Watch the world premiere here: