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December 8, 2014

Come on season seven, let's get sickening!

Realness just got realer, as the queens of RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 have been revealed.

Polished, tucked and beaten for life, these divas are gunning for that crown.

Who will follow last year's champion Bianca Del Rio? Who will be who for this year's Snatch Game? And will all the girls have finally taken at least one sewing lesson?

From what we can tell from the trailer, it's going to be one shady and sickening season.

See what you make of the girls below:

May 26, 2014

Drag legend tweets: ' I’m still payin’ the f%kin’ light bill over there'

Drag legend RuPaul Charles took to Twitter over the weekend to make a few things clear: he's not going to stop using the word 'tranny' and LOGO TV is not distancing itself from him because of it.

The star of the popular RuPaul's Drag Race wrote: 'Trust! @LogoTV hasn’t “distanced” itself from me, not while I’m still payin’ the f%kin’ light bill over there.'

June 8, 2013

After getting house arrest for Robert Champion's death, defendants promise to combat hazing

For the death of a gay Florida A&M University student, two defendants get to stay home.

Yesterday (7 June) in an Orange County Circuit courtroom, former FAMU drum majors Rikki Wills and Shawn Turner admitted they were on the bus in 2011 November when fellow drum major Robert Champion died. The 26-year-old was subjected to a brutal hazing ritual called 'crossing bus c.' It involved band members pummeling him with punches, kicks and drumsticks.

September 13, 2012

Robert Champion's parents blast school for its remarks

Florida A&M University said in court papers filed this week that the drum major in their marching band 'should have refused to participate' in the hazing that resulted in his death after a football game last November.

The University is seeking to have a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the parents of 26 year old Robert Champion dismissed. Thirteen fellow students have been charged in the death but the university maintains it is not responsible.

May 3, 2012

Robert Champion Jr. died after being pummeled in hazing ritual

Five months after Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion Jr. died following a pummeling by fellow members of the marching band, 13 people have been charged in his death.

The death of the 26-year-old Champion, who was gay, has brought about a focus on college hazing rituals. The beating took place aboard a chartered bus parked outside of a Orlando hotel after a performance.

April 1, 2012

The investigation of Robert Champion's death is over; prosecutors will have to decide what charges to bring

As the United States media hits warp drive in the Trayvon Martin case, there is still no resolution in Robert Champion, Jr's  death.