Pair a night of drag bingo with masks and costumes and it’s bound to be a good time for all—and all for charity.
Pets Are Loving Support hosted Masquerade Bingo on Wednesday at Jungle, with Bubba D. Licious and Brent Star serving as emcees. Drag personality Nicole Paige Brooks was on hand to perform. And the costumes and masks added to the fun – just as they did when the non-profit staged its Leather & Lace Bingo in February.
Up next for PALS: Pet Cotillion on May 6, Trailer Park Prom Night Bingo on May 9 and 5th Annual Doggies on the Catwalk on May 18.
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