Hotnuts Sensitivity Training

Gentlelady Reg

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Last night at Hotnuts, Gentleman Reg performed in drag for the first time ever. Shortly after midnight, Gentlelady Reg took the stage with an a cappella rendition of “Like Someone in Love” (originally recorded in the 40s and later included on Bjork’s Debut). Her second song was a stunning cover of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” and with that, she broke our hearts. So good. Peg Zilla (Peg’s new name, more on that in an upcoming Hotnuts theme) shot a video of the Lady’s performance, check it out but don’t mind Peg Zilla’s bat-like screaming.

Mary’s outfit was inspired by Mummers, a tradition of her peoples from Newfoundland. My hat was inspired by the bricks my yoga teacher throws at my head every time I start talking to hot boys in yoga class. As you can see, we really tried hard with the sensitivity training theme.

Thanks so much for coming out and the fun times on the dance floor.
Next Hotnuts: October 30th – Hallonuts Hotween for the scariest Saturday of the year.

More pictures after the jump. And on flickr.

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Author: produzentin

drag entity, pie hands & toptions

6 thoughts on “Hotnuts Sensitivity Training”

  1. Fucking brilliant. I was doing community service in Dunnville, so sorry to have missed. Gentlelady Reg is the prettiest brunette ever

  2. Any mummers ‘llowed in?? I’m so happy that everyone finally got to see the endangered mummer species. xoxo

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