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This raven-haired “always keepin’ it real” chick can be heard daily, dishing out the fierce humor and fast wisecracks that she has become known for. But radio is not the only place you have heard Michelle Visage, or SEEN her for that matter…..
Michelle was on VH1 for 2 years hosting live coverage of such glamorous events as: The Grammy Awards, the Los Angeles premiere of Paramount’s Grease (anniversary re-release), Universal’s Blues Brothers 2000, and The Viewer’s Choice Awards to name a few. She is currently a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race on the LOGO Network which debuts it’s 3rd season in January.
This glamorous firecracker finished arts high school in South Plainfield, New Jersey at 17 and headed for the Big Apple to follow her dream of becoming an actress. To pay the bills, Michelle auditioned for her first gig, fresh out of college (The American Musical and Dramatic Academy), and landed it. It was a coveted spot in the all girl group Seduction, signed to A&M records in 1990. A year later, Michelle had a platinum-selling album with Seduction called “Nothing Matters Without Love”. The album spawned 4 top 10 hits, with their gold single “Two To Make It Right” going all the way to number 2! Michelle achieved drinking age while on an 8 month national tour with Milli Vanilli (when they were selling out 60,000 seat venues). Not bad for a beginner!
After Seduction ended, Michelle went back into the studio and wrote and sang the remake of Bill Withers’ “It’s Gonna Be A Lovely Day”, and the song was immediately signed to Arista Records by Clive Davis himself! The song was featured on Whitney Houston’s smash “The Bodyguard” soundtrack, which ultimately sold 35 million copies!
For more on Michelle, visit http://www.michellevisage.com
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We're back for a brand new season of recaping Rupaul's Drag Race Season 7. Tonight we are recaping episode one. We will run down each queen, the mini challenge and the main stage run way looks. The Library is open tonight hunty. Tonight we are Rucaping episode 3
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We're back for a brand new season of recaping Rupaul's Drag Race Season 7. Tonight we are recaping episode one. We will run down each queen, the mini challenge and the main stage run way looks. The Library is open tonight hunty
KELLY MANTLE is an entertainer extraordinaire. Whether she’s singing live, lip syncing & dancing, or brandishing her sardonic comedy as an emcee, her high-energy shows captivate audiences worldwide and leave them wanting more.
Audiences will immediately recognize Kelly from the last season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” But this isn’t her first time on TV. Kelly has been a working actor (in and out of drag) in Hollywood for the past ten years with a list of credits longer than her legs.
As a stand-up comedian and stage actor, Kelly has starred in over 50 plays in the theatre. Kelly wrote & starred in her critically-acclaimed one-person show “The Confusion Of My Illusion” which was produced at the Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Theatre at the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center.
Kelly has a few movie credits, but wants MORE! Most recently, Kelly finished filming Confessions of a Womanizer (with Gary Busey) and American Dream (with Nick Stahl, directed by Steven Spielberg‘s Oscar-winning cinematographer, Janusz Kaminski). Both movies will be released in movie theaters this year.
Kelly is also a singer, songwriter, and musician. To date, Kelly has recorded three albums which have been hailed by critics everywhere: “Ever Changing,” “Rock N Glow” and “Satellite Baby.” Kelly’s cover & video of “My Neck, My Back” has won over thousands of viewers on YouTube, including the song’s originator, Khia.
Kelly grew up in Oklahoma like her uncle, the late great Mickey Mantle. (Yep…Kelly’s a switch-hitter too.) Kelly received a B.F.A. in Theatre from the University of Oklahoma. Kelly is also a graduate of Second City in Chicago.
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Host Infield Jen was at Martinsville Speedway this weekend and she will share her at track experiences to give listeners an insiders peek of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series & NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races! She'll share what it was like to help make some of those Famous Martinsville Hot Dogs for hungry crew members!!!
Christopher Fouche was Jen's "Dedicated Fan in the Stands Reporter" & he did an excellent job covering everything that went on in Martinsville! He's calling in to chat all about it. Then Jen is chatting with Mike Smith, Public Relations Representative of Martinsville Speedway. He's sharing everything about Martinsville Speedway including that famous Red Hot Dog & he'll share some of the feedback he recieved about the new Martinsville hot dog as well as everything he has to do to get a race track ready for when the biggest series in racing comes to town! You Def don't want to miss this show!
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On the show, we will chat with NASCAR K&N driver Emilee Riley. How did she get her start? What are her goals? At 19, she has been so successful in a race car, that the sky is the limit.
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Cross-dressing is the act of wearing items of clothing and other accessories commonly associated with the opposite gender within a particular society. Cross-dressing has been used for purposes of disguise, comfort, and as a literary trope in modern times and throughout history.
Nearly every human society throughout history has expected distinctions to be made between males and females by the style, color, or type of clothing they are expected to wear, and most societies have had a set of social norms, views, guidelines, or even laws defining what type of clothing is appropriate for each gender.
With social media we have the ability to view variables of cross dressing from men wearing women’s clothing, wigs/weaves, and even the bold and outlandish application of cosmetic make-up.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to examine and discuss what many have dared to speak about… Cross-Dressing and how society views those who choose to dress and present themselves as the opposite sex.
Join us on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, at 8:00pm PST/10:00pm CST/11:00pm EST
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Tonight on the program, Up All Night’s Justin Pinotti, joins the program to talk about a number of topics! We will chat about the race to the playoffs in the #NBA, the Final Four and we have to talk about #WrestleMania 31 and what were his thoughts on that main event? Tune in and find out! All of this and more as we are LIVE!
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