Sherry Vine

From the "Dirty Daddy" of downtown New York's debaucherous underwear parties to the distinguished producer of such queer icons as Liza Minnelli, Alan Cumming, and John Waters.
There is a need for LGBT themed programming; so Sherry Vine is here with "gaySVTV world". From parody songs like "Hung Horse" (to the tune of Katy Perry's "Dark Horse") to hilarious shows all over the world, Sherry Vine is the definition of a drag legend.
Here's why gaySVTVworld could be Vine's most ambitious project yet.
As far as mantras go, "move a muscle, change a thought," plays a major role in my life. (Photo Credit-first photo courtesy
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Sherry Vine: I really wanted to do this show ever since I saw it the first time they did it in NYC years ago. I just thought
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Bar d'O was the place where I developed my act and was educated by the masters, Joey Arias and Raven O. I was so shy; at first I wouldn't talk at all. Two years later, you couldn't get me to shut up!