RuPaul’s Drag Race Tyra Sanchez Dishes on Who’s a B*tch!

RuPaul’s Drag Race Tyra Sanchez Dishes on Who’s a B*tch!

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rupaul drag raceMonday night means only one thing for many gays right now: RuPaul’s Drag Race! Following the smashing success of the first two seasons, Ru Paul dragulates Season Three of her eponymous show while us gays watch reverently on TVs in bars across America.

For those who have yet to take in the spectacle, RuPaul’s Drag Race is a Top Model for drag queens. Queens from all over the USA compete to become America’s Next Drag Superstar, and are supported by a crack team of writers who craft a witty and wildly entertaining show that pleases.

In my capacity as the Gay Travel Guru, I had the chance to sit down with the winner of Season Two, Tyra Sanchez, while she was in Vancouver doing her Canadian tour. Tyra was promoting the current season of Drag Race, but was also doing a bang-up job in showing exactly why she was selected America’s Next Drag Superstar. Friendly and just a tad shy, she didn’t exhibit any of the legendary bitchiness from her performance on the show.

In fact, it’s really hard not to like Tyra Sanchez!

What do you think about Tyra Sanchez? Any favorites to win this season?

RuPaul’s Drag Race airs tonight on Logo.

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