Welcome to the INTERNET'S ONLY drag race podcast! Comedian and self-proclaimed Drag Race her-storian Mano Agapion dives deep into the latest episodes of drag race every single week for your gag-ger-taint-ment with a heavy focus on laughs above accuracy. Joined by special guests like Rachel Bloom and Nicole Byer as well as former contestants like BenDeLaCreme & Peppermint, this pod is TRULY walking children in nature! You will be obsessed with this pod's deranged observations about the queens, the lip syncs, and each other BUT THAT'S NOT ALL- this is the queer pop culture kiki you've been needing, hunty! more
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You alright, BABEZ?! The ONLY drag race pod is BACK with our coverage of RuPaul's Drag Race UK - SEASON 5! Drag Her is covering episodes the GRAND FINALE with the Drag Race UK Icon Pixie Polite! That's right! WOW! GET MORE PIXIE POLITE HERE! Go watch... more
MAPLE-on up! The ONLY drag race pod is BACK with our coverage of Canada's Drag Race - Season 4! Drag Her is talking episodes 1 & 2 with CDR LEGEND BOA! WOW! GET MORE BOA & BOGA HERE! Go watch Canada's Drag Race on WOW Presents+ to stay updated! KIKI ... more
You alright, BABEZ?! The ONLY drag race pod is BACK with our coverage of RuPaul's Drag Race UK - SEASON 5! Drag Her is covering episodes 8 & 9 with the Drag Race UK Icon Just May! That's right! We talkin' about that makeover challenge AND that roast!... more
OFC the only Rupaul’s Drag Race podcast has the best host and guests!! Y’all have been cracking me up for years, please don’t ever stop what you’re doing!!👏🏻👏🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🍫🍫
The show used to be really fun and silly, now it’s just used as a way to promote other podcasts. I miss Oscar, Nicole, and Rachel, now we get stuff like, Here’s Snackarella from Drag Up Dinner podcast a podcast where we drag up your meals ( honestly, my made up podcast sounds better than that actual guests). I hope y’all get paid for these guests cause they are bringing down the quality of the show. Mano, you’re still amazing, it’s a shame what the guests are usually not.
And I will keep listening 😁😁😁 drag is life y’all ♥️
I used to like this podcast and have listened for a few years now, but between the constant "banter" between Mano and Oscar, the continued "joke" that this is the only Drag Race recap podcast, and now active ripping into subcultures Mano doesn't know about or care to understand, I'm done. Unsubscribing. Best of luck, hopefully it gets better but at this point I'd rather listen to Race Chaser (yes, other Drag Race podcasts exist. I know that was a joke, I don't care). Not like anyone's gonna read... more
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Drag Her! A RuPaul's Drag Race Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 294 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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