Big Gay Games adds funny twist to night of shows

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With some funny gays, Paula Deen, Amanda Bynes, drag queens, a singer and a white rapper, how could the Big Gay Game Show on Wednesday be anything but a fun night for a cause? Score it as a big gay home run.

The monthly variety event benefitting Lost N Found Youth continued steamrolling through its second year, expanding its roster of remaking retro game shows by adding some challenges with balloons, simulated sex and Oreos. Gay comedians Ian Aber and Julie Osborne kept the night at Jungle moving along, with singer Dylan Michael and rapper J. Tyler adding their vocal talents.

A lengthy list of drag queens, including Ruby Redd and Wild Cherry Sucret, rounded out the talent. And let's not forget gay actor and author Topher Payne reprising his role as embattled Southern chef Paula Deen during “Match Game” and another participant tackling train wreck of an actress Amanda Bynes.


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