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World of Wonder


9781538717653, 1538717654



The definitive history and celebration of the groundbreaking show RuPaul's Drag Race in its first decade, from a Burbank basement set all the way to the Emmy's, and every weave in-between,  as told by its stars, producers and fans.​


Four-time Emmy-winning series RuPaul's Drag Race never set out to find mainstream success. Over thirteen years and about 160 drag queen contestants later, everything from its language and style has seeped into the culture, cementing its place in herstory, one tuck at a time. With viewers from all walks of life, Drag Race has become a worldwide phenomenon.


Told over its first ten years, And Don't F*ck It Up tells a cultural history through the stories of the people who lived it: the creators of the show, the contestants, the crew, the judges, and even some key (famous) fans. It traces the evolution of the show—and its queens—through its first 14 gag-worthy seasons, serving up all kinds of behind-the-scenes realness. With a history as shady as it is inspiring, the once-in-a-generation success story of RuPaul’s Drag Race is explored here as never before, in intimate, exuberant, unfettered detail.

And Don't F&%k It Up (Paperback)

SKU: 9781538717653
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