The Try Guys are transformed into fierce drag queens for a spectacular, one night only performance.
See the full-length performances by liking the Try Guys on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tryguys
See the full drag photo shoot on BuzzFeed: http://www.buzzfeed.com/eugeneyang/guys-try-drag-for-the-first-time
Previous episodes of The Try Guys:
Guys Try European Swimwear - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbKCT0EdmQY
Guys Recreate Kim Kardashian's Butt Photo -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMxhRq-lE4M
Guys Try Sexy Ladies' Halloween Costumes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRPf_H9X9PE
Guys Try Victoria's Secret Underwear - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwFNSmO9pbg
BuzzFeed Video’s The Try Guys:
Keith Habersberger – https://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedkeith
Eugene Lee Yang – https://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedeugene
IG & Twitter - @cupcakecanne
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Yescupcakecanne
IG & Twitter - @missmistyviolet
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Queenofstupid
IG & Twitter - @theonlymayhem
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theonlymayhem
IG & Twitter - @AllusiaToGo
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/allusia.alusia
IG & Twitter - @dianadzhaketov
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DianaDzhaketov
Various selections licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc.
Robyn - Robin Miriam Carlsson / WikiMedia Commons
Kesha 2011 2 crop adj / WikiMedia Commons
Katy Perry - Part Of Me Australian Premiere - June 2012 (7) / WikiMedia Commons
Beyonce Knowles with necklaces / WikiMedia Commons
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So first its girlfriend the its wife then its sister and the grandma like I dont know if my grandma would like seeing my brother as drag queen no offence to any drag queens out there
And hi there someone who pressed read more.
So I go through moments I think about life and I get depressed - like crying rarely harm myself (and haven't in a year), was crying before I watched the video. Watching the video - the tears stopped and it ended with a smile :) I love the Try Guys.
Eugene, making the pretties Drag Queen. Slay Chayenne Pepper, slay.
https://email@example.com/a-messy-queen-41165a592db?fbclid=IwAR3mppc5BBLP4nMSZlwFIzEmeUwzLCzLV88dTosvAuEiHZbazXD1BU1Y5cg please check this out! its an interview my girlfriend did with a drag queen! please give it a read and share please!!! have a good day <3 (i made this account when i was very young so please forget the name that is shown on this account haha)
I didn't know what Zach's drag name meant or where it came from but realises now that it came frm Greek mythology and can also mean "horn of plenty" which TOTALLY MAKES SENSE no wonder he said that he had "a lot to offer" IT ALL MAKES SENSE
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