Watch: Double Trouble - Lady Bunny & Bianca Del Rio Debut 'Hateful Hags Network' Comedy Slam

Thursday November 12, 2020

Bianca Del Rio and Lady Bunny on the set of "Hateful Hags Network'
Bianca Del Rio and Lady Bunny on the set of "Hateful Hags Network'  (Source:Project Publicity)

Lady Bunny and Bianca Del Rio bring all the laughs that weren't in "RuPaul's Drag Race Season 12" and "All Stars 5" in "Hateful Hags Network," their deliciously naughty comedy slam.

Premiering Thursday, November 12th at 8 PM on Vimeo, their brand-new roast gives a newsy nod to "SNL's Weekend Update," and it will be the first time the pair has appeared together since New Year's Eve in London.

So much has changed since then and both are ready to super spread their own infectious brand of nothing-nice-to-say humor. "Enough with COVID and politics," exclaims Bunny. "It's time for something really important... back-stabbing drag queens!"

Bianca agrees. "Due to COVID, some 'Drag Race' queens have opened OnlyFans accounts. Bunny and I would never do that. Not because of any moral objections - because we're ugly!"

Bunny and Bianca share an irreverent sense of humor. While some drag queens like to spout platitudes like "Everybody say love!" and others read children's books at drag queen story hours, Bunny and Bianca like insults and dirty jokes. This pair throws more shade than a solar eclipse. They're double trouble with double the stubble.

"If you're overly PC, skip this show," advises Bunny. "If you're 'Drag Race' fans and love twisted comedy, HHN: Hateful Hags Network is the perfect show for you!"

Produced by Bunny and Bianca and filmed and edited by Mikhail Torich, "HHN: Hateful Hags Network" will feature a truckload of gags, oodles of costume changes, and a musical number by a surprise guest — all in one download! "Our totally fake newsroom is pure silliness and escapism for the many of us who suffer from news overload," Bunny continues.

Bianca Del Rio is best known for winning the sixth season of "RuPaul's Drag Race" and touring internationally to sold-out crowds in venues like Carnegie Hall and Wembley Arena. Bianca made the leap to the West End stage as Loco Chanelle in "Everybody's Talking About Jamie." She's starred in two "Hurricane Bianca" films.

Lady Bunny is best known for creating "Wigstock," the outrageous festival of love, peace and hair grease which became the subject of two documentaries: Samuel Goldwyn's "Wigstock The Movie" in 1995 and HBO's "Wig" in 2019. Bunny is also a popular deejay who can't wait until dance floors are safe to return to.

Both performers confirm they were tested before taping... for rabies!

Tune in to HHH: Hateful Hags Network on Thursday, November 12th at 8 PM. Tickets are $14.99 at Vimeo.

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