The Blaque Tea

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Bambi & Lucy sit down with the fresh-faced Founder, CEO, and Director of VAM, Vincent Martell. They talk about their approach to making being experimental, intentional, and very black. The Black diaspora is expansive and rich, and as such, Blac
Bambi & Lucy sit down and sip with Peppermint. From daydreaming about the stage to stomping on Broadway with legends, Peppermint gives us a peek at her journey. As the entertainment world gears up to reopen more spaces, the sippers explore what
Bambi & Lucy sit down and sip with some beautiful bearded babes. They talk rough starts with unsupportive drag families, the petty evolution that follows, broadway, and drag reaching beyond nightlife. 
Lucy & Bambi connect with the other Chicago contestants, including the winner, from the Drag Queen of the Year pageant. They reflect on their experience as well as discuss what their participation and win could mean for the Chicago scene. 
Luxx Noir London & Pangea stop by to share their origin stories, what it's like to storm a scene in a brand new city, as well as plans for the near future as fully vaccinated dolls. 
Luc Ami and Rachel Slurrz talk about their beginnings in drag with some special announcements from the Outhouse of Stoole!
Lucy and Bambi sit down with Bob The Drag Queen and chat about recent projects and updates! 
Lucy and Bambi chat with Laur Elyse and Neon MUA about being black in the makeup industry.
Lucy Stoole and Bambi Banks-Couleé sit down with Meatball!
Lucy & Bambi kick off season 2 with musicians Kaycee & Roy
Lucy Stoole and Bambi Banks-Couleé finish out the season with Saint and Yvie Oddly as they discuss their drag journeys and making space for Black people in queer spaces.
The family comes together as Lucy & Bambi catch up with Kenzie, Khloe, and mother Shea Coulee
Lucy & Bambi learn the in's & out's of burlesque courtesy of Jeez and Shimmy
Lucy and Bambi sit down with Sky and TransFat to discuss neurodivergence and accessibility of spaces for the disabled community within the drag community
Lucy & Bambi discuss with Dutchesz and Kenya about their experiences in Chicago and the segregation between the different sides in Chicago. 
Bucy & Lambi discuss with Crystal & Maxi favorite horror films, what digital drag has become, and future projects
Lucy & Bambi speak with makeup mavens Siichele & O'Laysia about how they all got into makeup, inspirations for looks, and future projects
Lucy and Bambi get real comfy with Chanel and Wildcat when it comes to discussing love, sex, & relationships
Lucy & Bambi chat it up with Texas natives, Kylee and Blackberri, to discuss how Quarantine has affected their drag scene and community
Lucy and Bambi chat with Texas natives, Kylee & Blackberri, to discuss how quarantine has changed and affected their drag scene and community
Miss Toto and Kara, the Blaque Tea producers, chat with Lucy Stoole and Bambi Banks-Couleé about their experiences integrating into the Chicago drag scene and how it has been for them as alternative queens.
Lucy and Bambi sit down with Chicago comedy icons, Aunty Chan and Khloe Couleé discuss their backgrounds in Chicago, comedy, inspirations, and more!
Lucy and Bambi sit down with Dida Ritz, Sasha Love, and Darby Lynn Cartwright to discuss racism in Boystown, specifically with Sidetrack.
Lucy and Bambi discuss topics of being vocal in your community, racism in the fandom of drag, The Brave Space Alliance, and the treatment of nightlife DJs
Lucy and Bambi discuss the Chicago Drag March, the shift of power in the Chicago Drag Scene, and the Chicago Black Drag Council.
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