Which Revue Stars Will You Join?
It’s the question you’ve been asking yourself since the first episode of Revue premiered in September 2015.
With a little over 100 episodes on air and more than 3 million views, Revue is an intimate look into the lives of many of the women behind the scenes of the revue.
But this season, there are a lot of women who have more to offer.
From drag queens to standup comedians, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on Revue.
So which Revue stars will you join in 2017?
Check out our exclusive revue picks below and let us know your choices in the comments.
Revue 2017 revue pick: Jodi Dean (Drag Race) This past year, Jodi got to travel to L.A. for Drag Race season eight and was lucky enough to hang out with all the queens from the show and a few of their fans.
She’s a very vocal performer, and she’ll always be a fan favorite.
Jodi’s been known to share some of her personal and professional struggles with Drag Race, and the Revue has already gotten some insight into her life.
Jodie’s been vocal about her struggle with bipolar disorder, and her struggles with depression, and I was so happy to get a chance to sit down and talk to Jodi about it.
Jody has recently had a very public breakdown, and in the meantime, has been dealing with mental health issues.
She says she’s been trying to keep her mental health private, and is just now getting better.
The Revue will certainly find out who Jodi is, but I can’t wait to see more of her.
Revues 2016 revue Pick: Lauren Lapkus (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) After the hit reality show Housewives, there was a lot to look forward to.
But then it came time for Season 13, and Lauren was no longer the housewife we knew.
It wasn’t until the season premiere that we got a glimpse of her in the flesh, as she shared some shocking revelations about her life in Atlanta.
I know I know what you’re thinking: “This is so shocking.
This is a horrible woman.
This woman has been a bad person all her life.”
The truth is, Lauren is a lovely person who is extremely hardworking and incredibly kind.
But she also has some serious mental health problems, and it’s just as clear why she has it this way.
As Lauren says in the show’s intro, she has an extremely high-functioning social anxiety disorder, which has made it hard for her to trust others and cope with her illness.
Lauren’s been very open about her struggles and her struggle to fit in with her peers, and we know that the show is very close to her heart.
I hope that we can all come together as a family to support her and make sure she gets the help she needs to move forward.
Revueluses 2016 revuelues pick: Mandy Moore (The Voice) After working as an on-air personality for many years, Mandy was finally given a chance on The Voice.
Mandy’s story is something I’ve been thinking about for years and I can tell you that it’s not going to be easy for her, but she’s a great person who has been very courageous in dealing with her mental illness.
In fact, her journey to recovery was the story of the show.
She has a history of mental illness and has been on medication for years.
And after the very public break she made during her break, she is now in a better place.
Mika is an incredibly talented and caring performer who has a knack for keeping a positive outlook and never taking herself too seriously.
She knows how to keep herself in front of a camera and has an amazing sense of humor.
And Mika also has an incredible story to tell about her journey with depression.
I can only hope that she can get her life back on track and get back on her feet, because Mika’s just the kind of person who needs all the help and support she can receive.
Revuers 2016 revuers pick: Rachel Nichols (RuPaul’s Drag Race) I’m a big fan of RuPaul’s drag race.
She is one of the most popular and successful drag queens in history.
It’s great to see that the women she’s working with have all the talent, the skills, and all the knowledge to do the show the way it’s supposed to be done.
But for me, the most impressive part about her is how she’s able to do everything on camera in a way that she hasn’t in the past.
And I hope we get to see what she can do with her new job as a reality star.
I’m so excited to see her on the show because I love her.
I love that she is doing it so well, and then we’re also getting to see all the other incredible women who are doing it on camera, too.
I think it’s