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Towleroad Interview: Jinkx Monsoon

Photo: Tim Harmon Back in January, the world was introduced to “Seattle’s premier Jewish narcoleptic drag queen," Jinkx Monsoon, on season five of RuPaul’s Drag Race. By the time she broke out a note-perfect impersonation of Little Edie Beale from...
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LGBT / Gay : Daily News

Before she was racing to the winner's circle on RuPaul's Drag Race, season 5 winner Jinkx Monsoon was already quite the local celebrity in her hometown of Seattle. Here's a slideshow of 25 exclusive photos (both in and out of drag) ...

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LGBT / Gay : Queerty

Jinkx Monsoon & Ivy Winters PHOTOS: Jinkx Monsoon was crowned winner of season five of RuPaul’s Drag Race in front of a crowd of thousands of fans at New York City’s XL Nightclub on Monday, May 6.  Competition was fierce this season...

"Seattle's Premier Jewish Narcoleptic Drag Queen!"—UPDATE!

United States / Seattle : Slog

Two days ago, I slogged about the Season 5 premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race, featuring Seattle starlet Jinkx Monsoon/Jerick Hofer. In the post, I noted how Jinkx came out as narcoleptic on the episode, and asked "Seattle's premier Jin...

Jinkx Monsoon’s New Single 'Coffee and Wine' Is As Addictive As Its Subject Material: VIDEO

LGBT / Gay : Towleroad

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Jinkx Monsoon Returns To The Stage As Little Edie, Dishes On Life One Year After Drag Race

LGBT / Gay : Queerty

Whatever happened to Jinkx Monsoon, Seattle’s premiere Jewish narcoleptic drag queen? You know, the one that won the fifth season of that show RuPaul’s Drag Race. Remember that? Whatever happened to her? Well, it’s been forty years ...


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