RuPaul's Drag Race Winner Sharon Needles Transformed the Manor into "a Haunted House"
Fans showered her with money, beer, and cigarettes. They know just what their PBR princess likes. And though if you watched the show without any sound, you might erroneously label it an elaborate freak show, Needles' inherent message amid her ghoul is what makes her pure royalty.
After unleashing a few tracks from her debut album PG-13, including the on point "Call Me on the Ouija Board" (accompanied by a hysterical, sex hotline-like intro video), and the ironically lively "Dead Girls Never Say No," Share pulled at our heartstrings with a cover of Ministry's '80s goth rock subculture anthem, "(Every Day Is) Halloween."
"A lot of people in the gay community and the drag community said there wasn't room for a spooky, Goth drag queen, but look at the witch now!" she screamed.
As she sang, "Why can't they see they're just like me," some people were on verge of tears. It dawned on me: Sharon's adorers, her zealots -- we all love her not only because she looks different than the rest.
"Well, I let their teeny minds think that they're dealing with someone who is over the brink, and I dress this way just to keep them at bay," she pointed vehemently at the crowd.
We love her, because under Sharon's rule, no one can judge us for being freaks.