Columnists :: Hedda Dishes
Hedda Lettuce was in Tampa last week for the GOP Convention where a chance encounter left her more bothered and bewildered than bewitched.
Hedda Lettuce, the six-time Drag Queen of the Year Award-winner, has received national acclaim for her poised characters, startling satire and original music. Drag-debutant, Miss Lettuce, has established herself as New York City’s premiere queen in classic cabaret venues such as Caroline’s on Broadway, FEZ and her classic movie night at the Clearview Chelsea. She has worked on such networks as Comedy Central, MTV and HBO, and in a handful of off-broadway plays. Hedda’s comedy projects include her stand-up tour deforce, The Hedda Lettuce Show; The Dixie Chicks with Dicks, the country-singing drag trio; and Lettuce Rejoice, the annual Chelsea holiday spectacular. She has also has appeared with the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker and Madonna on such television shows as Project Runway, Sex and the City, 20/20 with Barbara Walters, the MTV Movie Awards,The Dave Chapelle Show and Oprah. Hedda’s film appearances include, The Look (Carol Alt), and Too Wong Foo. She starred along with Mink Stole in the play, Sleeping with Straight Men.
Other Recent Columns
Is impersonation the sincerest form of flattery? The contestants on "RuPaul’s Drag Race" thought so. Hedda Lettuce begs to differ in her report on episode 5.
I think I hemorrhaged after watching last night episode of "RuPaul’s Drag Race." As I predicted, Madame LaQueer (the world’s premiere Kirstie Alley impersonator) was given the boot and Milan was victorious!
Hedda Lettuce watched "Drag Race" this week... so you won’t have to. Here’s her report on Monday night’s show.
Pure entertainment at rock bottom prices is what "RuPaul’s Drag Race," episode two provided. Hedda Lettuce watches... so you won’t have to!
Hedda Lettuce is willing to spare you the pain of watching Season 4 of RuPaul’s Drag Race by writing a column every week. This week the hit logo series came back on the air. Here’s her first report.
I take back every critical thing that I’ve said about "Absolutely Fabulous." After watching the second episode, ’JOB’, the spark has once been reignited like a blowtorch to Patsy’s crack pipe.
’Ab Fab’ is back - polite chuckles this time around.
Twas the night before Christmas, and Hedda was doing her show -- with a special guest from the birthday boy himself: Jesus!
Can you believe that cyber-bullying is so bad that Hedda is actually nostalgic for the good-old-days of physical abuse? Sounds flip, but hear her out.
Hedda Lettuce’s childhood was marred by a shocking incident, which she relives in this column.