From ET Online:
RuPaul was so inspired by the theme of his Logo series, "RuPaul's Drag Race," that he just released Champion, his fifth album, which is now available for download on iTunes.
"It is about being a champion, overcoming obstacles, having courage and winning," RuPaul, who wrote the songs, tells ET. "Even if you don't win first place, you can win just by going for it."
"Listen, the whole world loves drag, whether they admit it or not," he says. "We live in this culture where we have this hypocritical thing. On one hand, people are ashamed of drag and they think it is misogynistic; on the other hand, we all love it because it's sparkly, it's shiny and it's gorgeous."
Speaking of sparkly drag queens, Tyler Perry has once again decided to kill off the only reason we know his name -- Madea.
Tyler, a classic narcissistic, can't tolerate the idea that the world loves him only for his alter ego in a dress. He wants to be loved for himself, which is laughable since he doesn't even love himself.
Anyway, Tyler should ask RuPaul what happened to his career when he dumped his Grand Diva persona, and opted for his own personality: his career tanked.