With a slew of drag queens, personalities including Baton Bob, guys in briefs selling Jell-O shots and even men in rubber, the Big Gay Game Show continued its fundraising romp Wednesday at Jungle.
The monthly show, inspired by popular TV game shows of the past, premiered in April. The fun night raises funds for Lost N Found Youth, which supports homeless LGBT teens.
The roster of drag queens on Wednesday included Phoenix, Bubba Dee, Wild Cherry Sucret, Edie Cheezburger and actor Topher Payne as Paula Deen. Yes, Mrs. Butter Makes Everything Better. (He nailed it.)
In August, Big Gay Game Show featured Gay Pimp Jonny McGovern and a runway show from Boy Next Door that featured a slew of sexy guys in fashionable briefs. (View photos.)
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