Entries in Willam Belli (6)
It looks like Willam Belli, she of "Chow Down (at Chick-Fil-A)" and getting-kicked-off-Drag-Race fame, is up to the parody video business again. She and another queen, Rhea Litre, have teamed up for a spoof of the Scissor Sisters song playing in gay bars everywhere, "Let's Have a Kiki," and it is, of course, called "Let's Have a Kaikai." You can listen to the teaser now, and expect the video any week now. [Queerty]
We don't know why we're still talking about this, but inquiring gay minds still want to know why Willam Belli got booted off Rupaul's Drag Race last week, and we think we have the answer. An anonymous source tells Le Fag that Belli's booting was for the most mundane of reasons: he repeatedly broke the confidentiality clause in the queens' contracts. Belli's boyfriend allegedly smuggled him in a laptop and cell phone, and he had been repeatedly tweeting and otherwise communicating with the outside world in L.A. during the taping of the show, which is a big no-no. And this is why they had to keep it all some big-ass secret and frustrate viewers with this mystery? Anyway. Whatever. We already don't care. And Sharon Needles better goddamn win. [Le Fag]
Obviously it's Willam Belli week here at Le Fag. Judge us all you want but we know how to run a good thing into the ground. For example, here's our third post of the week, "The Vagina Song," as sung by Ms. Willam. Though to our credit, we've been a fan of this bitch since Tranny McGuyver back in 2006 so her talents are no stranger to us.
When in the history of reality television has a show kicked off a contestant for a rule violation without explaining what happened?! That of course is what happened on Monday's episode of Rupaul's Drag Race (sorry we just got to watching it last night). Off went Willam in the final moments of the show, right after he seemed to be acting moody and then puked off the side of the stage. We're pretty sure he was on drugs (oh, those WeHo queens), and he got caught with them, and all he'll admit to now is being "a troublemaker" -- probably because neither he nor the show wants to get him arrested for possession? Anyway, totally bizarre right?! And the release of that Chik Fil-A video by Willam and friends was so well timed ... right before the episode aired.
Behold this new video for "Chow Down (at Chick Fil-A)," which is, obviously, a drag queen parody of Wilson Phillips' "Hold On (For One More Day)." The lyrics are pretty fun, and is that really Willam Belli's singing voice? Girlfriend shouldn't have to lip sync for her life if that's the case. But anyway, we still hope Sharon Needles wins. [WOW]