New York , New York (PressExposure) February 29, 2012 -- About the LAUNCH of Two Fags And A Hag talk radio show Friday mornings . . .
"After all, We Know Fabulous When We See It!" (This could be bigger than Monsters In The Morning!)
"When Anthony came up with the 'Beauty. Brains. Balls.' promo," says Drew - one-third of the internet talk radio sensation 'Two Fags & A Hag,' - "I thought it was hilarious! But it wasn't until I saw the pictures that I found out I wasn't the one with the balls!" She's still sort of disappointed. "Plus, you know Rob looks fabulous in a dress ... especially that vintage Halston that shows off his back hair."
Drew and Anthony - her Alpha-Fag - have been an unstoppable team since 1993, when they bonded over the copy machine at their New York office during a chat about "Melrose Place."
"We've been in love ever since," he notes. "Our ridiculous conversations have been entertaining our friends and coworkers for years." It took the advent of internet radio to allow them to bring their unique brand of hilarity to the masses.
"But we needed extra fag," deadpans Drew. "I've built up a serious tolerance over the years." That's where Anthony's childhood pal, Rob, came in.
Since Halloween 2010, the trio's been making quite a name for themselves, ushering in the weekend with a Friday-morning show with easy, breezy patter covering pop culture, politics, and New York City nightlife - even celebrity interviews. The newest weapon in their comic arsenal: Rob's alter-ego, the dazzling Beardonna, whose hairy send-up of the Material Girl has been garnering serious attention on YouTube.
"Two Fags & A Hag" is a light show, filled with laughter and occasionally grossly inappropriate, but that doesn't mean they won't discuss issues pertinent to the gay community. From marriage equality to gay football leagues, there's no subject they won't tackle, including the controversial topic of "Hagdom." Drew was surprised to find that some people find the designation offensive.
"I embrace the 'Fag Hag' tag since I've been inexplicably attracting and inadvertently accumulating them my entire life,'" she laughs. "I'm in the early stages of writing a book about the science of fag-hag pheromones and the unseen geophysical forces that bond us. I'm hoping Stephen Hawking will do the foreword."
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