Two RuPaul’s Drag Race legends BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon have teamed up to bring audiences a special holiday treat that has been all a buzz. The Seattle sister have been touring with their show To Jesus, Thanks for Everything! Jinkx and DeLa, a song and dance spectacular that showcases all the sugar and spice that we love about these two queens.
The queens have been selling out venues in Washington D.C, New York, Atlanta, New Orleans, Louisville, and are headed to Los Angeles, Chicago, Portland, San Francisco, and their hometown for Seattle.
Terminally Delightful BenDeLaCreme snatched all of our wigs on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 when she chose to bow out of the competition instead of get deeper into the dark reindeer games of having to eliminate a fellow queen. She is a force to be reckoned with as she has toured throughout the world with her one-woman shows and premiered three critically acclaimed Off Broadway productions. Her talent and class earned her Miss Congeniality for Season 6 of Drag Race where we first caught a glimpse of her unique talents.
Winner of Season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the narcoleptic Jinkx Monsoon has proven that she’s not falling asleep and has taken the world by storm. She has toured with her original cabaret shows and has released two albums, The Inevitable Album and The Ginger Snapped, with popular songs like Everybody’s Girl and Cartoons and Vodka.
Together, Jinkx and DeLa give a stellar performance full of original music and holiday classics that delve deeper into the real meaning of the holidays. Touching on a wide range of topics from politics to gender to religion, this is a holiday show like no other. It’s all done in their own expert, intellectual yet hysterical way. You could even say they SLEIGH it!
They’ll be spreading their holiday cheer at their next stop is their Los Angeles show at The Montalbán Theatre on Sunday, December 16th. Tickets start at $35. VIP packages are available which includes a meet and greet with the performers and other surprises!
Head to JinkxandDela.com to catch any of their remaining shows—and you better pray to Jesus that you don’t miss it!