Two Fat Drag Queens Star In Music Video Together

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Sam Robeson - May 24, 2018


This is a really big day for the fat drag queen community, because two of everyone's favorite fat drag queens have teamed up together for a music video that, you guessed it, tells the emotional story of two fat drag queens. Everyone into singers with severe cases of the vocal runs freaked out when Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato teamed up for a performance of the song Fall in Line at the Billboard Music Awards this past weekend. And now the duo is pairing the new female power anthem with a video that's a cross between The Handmaid's Tale and RoboCop if it was limited to a fifty dollar budget. And, you guessed it again, a drag show. Only starring... fat drag queens.

I saw Christina Aguilera perform while pregnant at freaking Jizz Fest in New Orleans, and honestly she was pretty amazing. Obviously since then she's begun her transition into fat Elvis Kesha, but when compared to her cum dumpster Dirrty phase, it's a step in the right direction. Demi Lovato, on the other hand, sucks dick... but only for the winter... and it's actually surprising to me that Aguilera would stoop to performing with a mid-level pop star (link is to one of the shadiest articles ever.)

Lovato thinks even her dumps are woke, so I'm sure she's proud of this video that shows that girls aren't going to be restrained by the patriarchy. In the inspiring words that Aguilera spread to all her tween fans in the 90's - "Ooh, my body's sayin' let's go. Ooh, but my heart is sayin' no."

Photo Credit: YouTube / Pacific Coast News 

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