DJ Paulo returned to Jungle on Saturday, delivering his magic for a special night celebrating the birthday of the bar's main queen, Phoenix, for a fierce White Party.
Paulo rocks gay Atlanta every time he lands here. And Saturday was no different, except this time he did it for the debut of the club's new sound system. But that wasn't the night's only surprise. The club flew in Phoenix bestie Detox, carried her in on the shoulders of shirtless guys and shocked her drag sister as she wrapped up her birthday performance.
The two queens are also "RuPaul's Drag Race" alums – Phoenix competed in Season 3 and Detox two years later. On Friday, "Drag Race" competitor Roxxy Andrews joined the Femme Fatale cast for Phoenix's birthday show at Burkhart's. Andrews was runner-up on Season 5 of the reality show.
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