Thanks for partying with us at Hotnuts Get Your Apps Together. The Beaver was rammed. The House of Monroe shook the dance floor with every drip and drop. Again, they brought such a powerful performance, the audience was screaming.
Mary Messhausen had a new friend: the Mary O’Nette.
Mysteriously, they wore the same outfit.
Dance floor killer of the night: Crookers feat. Roisin Murphy – Royal T.
I had to play it twice in a row.
Mary and my dress by Mary Messhausen. Of course!
More pictures after the jump, full set on flickr.
When Mary was pregnant a few months ago, no one, including Mary, heard anything about it again. But then she sneezed and BOOM, there was her drag daughter: Peg.
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We are very excited to have the House of Monroe back as the performers. The House Boys have been really busy in the meantime, doing a video for the Junior Boys and appearing in the Lioness clip for “What You Do Will Come Back To You“. We love Lioness.
Update: Mary has done a great rundown of the outfits for the House of Monroe vs. Junior Boys video. Check it out on omgblog.com
Performance by the House of Monroe at midnight
Hosted by Mary Messhausen
DJs das hussy and produzentin
Door: El Bear App
1192 Queen St. W.
$5 cover, free in drag
Omg, last night was out of control.
At the beginning of the night Mary and I were a bit worn out from the Drag Holes (more on that later), but when the performance by The House of Monroe started, our ship wrecks were set on fire.
Twista, Snoopy and Vixen, members of The House of Monroe shut it down. The energy levels were so high, you thought the roof would blow off any second. So much screaming and cheering.
After we thought it couldn’t get any better, there were more and more super hot dips and moves. And finally, Mary Messhausen and Isabella Hosellini joined in on the action.
Check the pictures below. Lots of pictures after the jump, even more on flickr.
We missed to capture so many great outfits, sorry to all of you who we did not flash.
Memorable Michael Jackson moments on the dancefloor: Stranger In Moscow, Can You Feel It and as the last song: Remember The Time (Silky Soul 12” Mix).
And we all have some homework to do: Brushing up on the Vogue-cabulary.
Mary and my dress by Bernhard Willhelm (thanks Pride Toronto)
My lashes by Viktor & Rolf for Shu Uemura (thanks Prancey Girl, we missed you)
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