Just days after being crowned winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3, Trixie Mattel has dropped a music video for “Break Your Heart.” The track is off Mattel’s sophomore album, One Stone, which has been bouncing around the top ten of iTunes’ top albums chart since its release on Thursday (March 15). While the star’s drag character is featured prominently in the video, Brian Firkus, the musician under the overdrawn lips and cartoonish cheekbones, is the video's undeniable lead.
With Thursday night’s bonkers season finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3, it’s time to start dreaming up the cast for its next iteration. Some choices are easy: fan favorites like Valentina and Courtney Act are obvious shoe-ins. But sometimes it’s the less expected choices -- like Aja or Tatianna in past seasons -- that end up making the most of their Ru-demptions. Because it’s never too early, here are Billboard Pride’s 12 choices to fill out the AS4 cast.
Last night, Trixie Mattel snatched the crown in an epic showdown of a finale for RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 -- and she’s already making her first moves as a winner. The Wisconsin-born queen has released the folksy One Stone, out today (March 16), to follow-up last year’s Two Birds. “I'm gay, we like themes,” Mattel told Billboard of her album titles. Trixie’s debut album, Two Birds, debuted at No. 16 on the Americana/Folk Albums chart. It also hit No. 68 on the Top Album Sales chart.
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