Kings and queens reign over MSR’s Saturday

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While some of your friends are enrapt by an ATL-inclusive “Drag Race” on Logo, a very different and more in-your-face Drag Races are going on at My Sister’s Room. The battle heated up again on Saturday.

Every other week, kings and queens alike give it their all (top photo) to see who comes out on top. The best of the contestants is revealed in each of six nights with hosts Tiffnay and Romeo Lee, and the whole shebang — and at MSR, she does bang — culminates with all six winners throwing it down in the ultimate Drag Race on May 17.

Of course, this all happens amid Atlanta’s favorite Saturday night lesbian dance party. DJ Tina V turns the tables, MSR owners Jen “Chase” Daniels and Jami Siden oversee it all, and of course, the ladies get down.

Photos by Laura Baccus Studio


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