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Whether it's dressing up something scary or sexy, the scary movies, the sweets, everyone can find at least one exciting thing about Halloween. These devilish queens are bringing a spooky mashup to your screens to celebrate the spooky season.

Nicky Doll

French beauty Nicky Doll is a 90’s inspired, life-sized doll based in New York. Her edgy fashion appearance is influenced by myriad stylistic movements, ranging from Parisian underground nightlife scene to the J-pop colorful culture. Born as Karl in Marseille and trained as a makeup artist in the high fashion sphere, Nicky Doll likes to be involved in fashion editorials and diverse visual projects. 

Infamous fashion and beauty queen of the season 12 of Rupaul’s drag race, Nicky Doll skyrocketed to a worldwide platform. 


Rosé is one of New York City’s most electric and dynamic drag entertainers, as well as Planet Earth’s official ambassador to the color pink. Hailing originally from Scotland, this international beauty is best and most widely known as a contestant on Season 13 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. One third of the internationally-acclaimed girl group, Stephanie’s Child, Rosé has also appeared on NBC’s The Voice, and America’s Got Talent.


Equal parts razor-tongued comedian and remarkable vocalist, Rosé unites her undeniable passion and broad skillset daily with driving force for a singular and eternally vital purpose: get paid.


To find out where and when to see Rosé in a city near you, you’ll first need to wait patiently for a vaccine, mama — but until then, you can enjoy your favorite fine wine every Friday at 8PM/7c on VH1 for brand new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race!

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Neville Braithwaite (Videographer)

Neville Braithwaite is an NYC based award winning filmmaker. Credits include NYU, The Public Theatre, Black Theatre United, Broadway for Racial Justice and Darkness Rising to name a few. In June, he had the distinct pleasure of editing The Antonyo Awards for Broadway Black, a celebration of Black theatre artists on broadway. 

Choreography: Daniel Gold

Dancers: Courtney Sauls, Daniel Gold, Melissa Sorkin

Music: Kim Petras "There Will Be Blood" and "Turn Off The Light"

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