I never really would have thought that in the midst of a global pandemic, a pair of drag queens would be the cure to any blues that I might be dealing with.
I am not a fan. I am not even an American - I'm a Canadian, and I've been watching your behavior since the run-up to the 2016 election, never mind what's been happening in this current election.
I wasn't introduced to the likes of #JamesBond until I was in my very early teens, but when I was, I was all about #SirSeanConnery, who died on Halloween at the age of 90.
#ChrissyTeigen's latest tweet broke my heart.
Here is a woman who has openly expressed her challenges in conceiving a child, who has spoken from the heart about IVF treatments while conceiving daughter Luna and son Miles, and who was both surprised and seemingly elated - I could only assume so, at any rate, given I do not know her or her husband - at the news that she'd conceived her third child naturally.
I was shocked in ways I could not describe when I'd heard about Chadwick Boseman's passing on August 28 at just 43 years old. This was different than someone you sort of expect is going to die soon from significant health issues or even old age. There were no outward signs that the man was ill. In fact, it was just the opposite: as King T'Challa in the #Marvel Cinematic Universe, #ChadwickBoseman was the absolute picture of health. He looked fit and he was young. He more than held his own onscreen in a series of films that could only be described as rigorous for those performing in them.
Like most people who didn't have heavy exposure to the world of drag prior to the advent of RuPaul's Drag Race, I had no clue who ChiChi DeVayne was prior to my 11-year-old introducing the show to me back a few years ago. When we finally hit Season 8 of the Emmy-winning competition series, #ChiChiDeVayne knocked me back on my heels. She didn't strike me as being as refined as some of her other #DragRace colleagues, such as #NaomiSmalls, #CourtneyAct, #RoxxxyAndrews or even #Katya, and she was a bit abrasive at first. That was what made every moment when ChiChi was on screen totally captivating, though.