There’s few things that will bring Wild Cherry Sucret out of retirement and once again onto the stage with the Armorettes: A big anniversary, a big benefit or a big tribute to one of her fave dead divas.
So there she was to celebrate the music of Whitney Houston on Feb. 19, just a day after mourners celebrated her life during a star-studded funeral. Longtime drag performer Celeste Holmes was also on hand for the show.
The Armorettes hit the stage again on Sunday at 8 p.m. for their First Annual Burkies Award Show.
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