Shangela

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HBO’s new show “We’re Here” is about illustrating what people around America have in common, says Bob the Drag Queen.

‘We’re Here’: Bob the Drag Queen and Shangela transform small-town America

HBO’s new show “We’re Here” is about illustrating what people around America have in common, says Bob the Drag Queen.

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