Words: Jamie Tabberer; picture: Provided
Jodie Harsh has signed a record deal with Warner Records UK – and dropped epic new single 'My House' to celebrate.
What's more, the dragtastic visual features 61 iconic (and socially distanced) UK queens!
Naturally, the drag superstar - and presenter of Attitude’s RuPaul’s Drag Race UK-themed online series Tea Time - has enlisted an array of RPDR UK talent for the clip, including 2021 competitors Tayce and Bimini, plus last year’s winner The Vivienne.
"I wanted to feature queens from all corners of the UK"
Speaking about the video, Jodie said in a statement: “I wanted to get the whole British drag queen community together in one video as it's never really been done before.
“We were all stuck at home at the peak of the second wave, so I got a lip sync sent over from everyone! Of course, loads of the girls from the first two seasons of Drag Race UK are in there.”
The producer and DJ added: “I also wanted to feature queens from all corners of the UK, such as trans icon queen Juno Birch, bio queens Tete Bang and Heather Duster, and queen of transformations Charity Kase.
“The 61 queens combined make up the best of the best of the British drag scene in their own houses, for 'My House'!”
According to Jodie's reps, the video includes (in no particular order): The Vivienne, Divina de Campo, Baga Chipz, Cheryl Hole, Blu Hydrangea, Crystal, Vinegar Strokes, Tayce, Awhora, Ginny Lemon, Asttina Mandella, Joe Black, Cherry Valentine, Ellie Diamond, Sister Sister, Tia Kofi, Veronica Green, Anna Phylactic, Anubis Finch, Bay Ken, Bones, Candy Heals, Charity Kase, Cheddar Gorgeous, Cookie MonStar, Daisy Puller, Danny Beard, Ella Vaday, Freida Slaves, Gisele, Heather Duster, Honey Foxx, Jonbenet Blonde, Juno Birch, Just May, Kitty Scott Claus, Krystal Versace, Lexi Blac, Liquorice Black, La Voix, Crystal Rasmussen, Lill, Lleddir, Mahatma Khandi, Mary Mac, Miss Blair, Neon Namaste, Ophelia Love, Rehab, Santi Storm, Smiley Vyrus, Smitny, Tete Bang Tiana Biscuit, Vanity Von Glow, Victoria Secret, Virgin X, Ikarly, Banksie, bimini bon boulash, Grace Shush.
Earlier this week Jodie announced her triumphant return to nightlife with a second night of her socially-distanced Harsh House Party on 21 April at London’s Night Tales, after her show on 22 April sold out.