Superstar drag queen, RuPaul, is selling his house. But how exactly does one of the most influential queer people in the world live?
RuPaul’s former home, which was listed for 5 million USD (about 4.4 million Euro) has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It was built in 1967 and holds true to iconic ’60s style. It went on sale on June 14th, 2019.
Here are some highlights of the palatial home:
A beautiful open-plan living room, sitting room and dining room combination with eccentric art, ornate furniture, and a fireplace.
PRIVACY. All passersby could see of this home is a bright orange garage, with all else hidden away by fencing and foliage.
A spacious spa-like master bathroom, perfect for getting into drag. Do you think there’s a lifetime supply of Anastasia Beverly Hills in there?
A spacious master bedroom with views of the pool. Who wouldn’t want to wake up looking out on a view like this?
An inground pool perfect for an LA summer pool party.
Incredible views of Sunset Boulevard and downtown Los Angeles. The views are beautiful during a sunny day or beautiful as the nightlife of the city shines across the valley.
Dolly Parton on the wall, of course. And yes, this is Dolly Parton and not Trixie Mattel.
RuPaul’s new programme, The RuPaul Show, is currently enjoying a brief three-week trial run this summer, and it has received much attention since its June 10th airdate. Guests have included Michelle Visage, Gus Kenworthy, Paula Abdul, Cheyenne Jackson, Leah Remini, and many more. The show has been airing on Fox stations in the United States but is also uploaded daily on Rupaul’s YouTube channel.
Today’s full episode with @LeahRemini and @cheyennejackson is on our YouTube channel now: https://t.co/TvkGSrsnzG
— RuPaul Show (@RuPaulShow) June 27, 2019
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