"RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 8 has gone on a week-long break just ahead of the finale. However, you will still get your dose of drag queen shade on Monday night, thanks to Season 6 winner Bianca Del Rio and her "Rolodex of Hate."
The self-professed "clown in a gown" is famous for her signature sharp wit and unapologetic humour. She uses them to hilarious results in her first stand up special "Rolodex of Hate," which will be aired instead of "RuPaul's Drag Race" at 9 p.m. (EST) on Monday via Logo TV.
During her Season 6 tenure, RuPaul herself had asked Bianca how she developed the ability to whip up one-liners and make witty remarks. Bianca had then responded that she had had them since childhood, and that she calls them her "Rolodex of Hate."
The winner of "RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 6 is also set to release her first feature film "Hurricane Bianca," which the official website describes as, "'Tootsie' meets 'Revenge of the Nerds,' or 'Mrs. Doubtfire'â€‹ for the 'Jackass' generation!"
The film talks about Bianca's journey from being a teacher who was fired for being gay to her return to the small town in Texas as a mean "lady" who gets revenge on the people who were nasty to her.
Along with Bianca aka Roy Haylock, "Hurricane Bianca" will also feature Rachel Dratch, Alan Cumming, Margaret Cho, RuPaul Charles, William Belli, DJ Shanjela Pierce, Alyssa Edwards, Matt Kugleman and Ash Christian. You can help raise money for the film by donating in the "Hurricane Bianca" Fractured Atlas page.
Bianca has a busy year ahead, considering the juggle between the movie, a forthcoming nonfiction book and an impending global comedy tour.
Don't forget to watch "Bianca del Rio's Rolodex of Hate" at 9 p.m. (EST) on Monday via LogoTV. You can also stream the comedy special via LogoTV website.