DJ Ree de la Vega and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” star Phoenix teamed up for a busy night at My Sister’s Room in Midtown.
Drew Friday hosted the event, which also featured performances by Jackson Rimsday and Co Co Iman Star. DJ Wulf also stepped in to provide some beats.
Hometown girl Phoenix is always busy, whether joining other “Drag Race” stars at Ten, slaying the Peach Party in Buckhead, judging Dragnificent queens or popping by Joining Hearts afterparties.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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