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About Alaska Thunderfuck 5000

A bizarre cosmic collision propelled Alaska to Earth…and onto the fifth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” where she finished in the final 3 before returning and taking the crown as winner of season two of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.” She has released three chart-topping studio albums, “Anus,” “Poundcake,” “Vagina” and a 4th on the way in 2022 with “Red 4 Filth”, played Queen Gynecia in the Go Go’s scored musical comedy “Head Over Heels”, been a cast member of VH1’s hit reality series “Scared Famous,” released a young adult novel titled “Alaska Thunderfun and the Inner Space Odyssey,”released her memoir "My Name's Yours, What's Alaska? : A Memoir" here in November 2021, starred as Hattie in the short horror film “The Quiet Room” directed by Sam Wineman and has toured the globe spreading her otherworldly message of love, kindness and gender non-conformity. Alaska also co-hosts the wildly popular Race Chaser podcast with Willam here and her YouTube videos boast over 60 million views with 15 million views alone (and counting) for 2017's "The T." She has over 1.8 million Instagram followers and over 1.3 million Twitter & Facebook followers. You can watch her first-ever stand-up comedy special "The Alaska Thunderf**k Extra Special Comedy Special" on the OUTtv USA Apple TV Channel. In addition, Alaska co-founded the LGBTQ+ Moguls of Media podcast channel here on the Forever Dog Network, co-created the Drag Queen of the Year Pageant Competition Award Contest Competition Here and even owns her own vodka line called SERV Vodka Here. She’s currently working on a new live stage show called DRAG: The Musical which she co-wrote with Tomas Costanza & Ashley Gordon that will hit the live stage in 2022. And, in her spare time she stars in Divatronic icon (Gaga, Britney, Miley) tribute shows that she founded and created with director Nick Laughlin. Her message to humankind? “If you’re not wearing nails, you are not doing drag.” Find her online at: alaskathunderfuck.com.

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Drag Queen Alaska Thunderfuck Looks Back To Move Forward (popMatters)

Review: DRAG THE MUSICAL at The Bourbon Room (BroadwayWorld)

The Busiest Queen Might Just Be Alaska 5000 (Buzzfeed)

Alaska Breaks Down Her Early 2000s-Inspired Pop Album ‘Red 4 Filth,’ Track-by-Track (Billboard Magazine)

Interview: Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 Bringing Authenticity to Her New Album, Her DRAG: The Musical & Her Vodka (Broadway World)h

How 2 Drag Race Queens Are Revolutionizing the Podcast Scene (Wired magazine) 

Alaska on the Challenges of Creating Her Warts-And-All Musical About Drag: ‘It Became a Full-On Season of ‘Lost” (Billboard)

Alaska unites powerhouse Drag Race singers for epic Drag: The Musical album (Entertainment Weekly)

Marketing Matriarchs (Edge Media Networks)

"A Day In My Life" (Us Weekly)

Alaska prepares to slay The Go-Gos–and audiences–on stage in ‘Head Over Heels’ (Queerty)

Drag Queen, Alaska Thunderf**k, Releases “Red” Ahead of New LP (American Songwriter)

10 drag musicians breaking down the boundaries of alternative music (Alternative Press)

Alaska Shares How She Took Comedy& ‘Put It In Drag’ For New Special (Hollywood Life)

Beyond the Lip Sync: Everything must be Alaska (LA Weekly)

5 Albums I Can’t Live Without (SPiN Magazine)

Multi-media Clips

BBC Radio “Outlook” show -  Alaska: Drag, drugs and fighting the fame monster

Access Hollywood - Dishes on upcoming tour, Met Gala & new book

 

Alaska Thunderf**k on Comedy Icons

 

Exposed with Josh Shepherd

 

Kesha & The Creepies
 

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