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Trixie Mattel won season three of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars.” She’s the queen that looks kind of like Dolly Parton — turned up to 11.

Trixie Mattel: ‘12 years into doing drag, I’m a very strange woman’

Trixie Mattel won season three of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars.” She’s the queen that looks kind of like Dolly Parton — turned up to 11.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Trixie Mattel won season three of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars.” She’s the queen that looks kind of like Dolly Parton turned up to 11.

Trixie Mattel: ‘12 years into doing drag, I’m a very strange woman’

Trixie Mattel won season three of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars.” She’s the queen that looks kind of like Dolly Parton turned up to 11.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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