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Entertainment Jaida Essence Hall Hosts ‘Bring Back My Ghouls’ Featuring ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Queens

01:26  31 october  2020
01:26  31 october  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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BOO! The Queens of RuPaul ’ s Drag Race Season 12 are bringing spooky back in an extra-special Halloween event, Bring Back My Ghouls , a Halloween variety special premiering on October 30th. Dahlia Sin, Rock M. Sakura, Nicky Doll, Zhane, Brita, Jan, Widow Von’Du, Heidi N Closet, Jackie Cox

We are a community dedicated to America's most popular drag competition, RuPaul ' s Drag Race . I avoid IG now for personal reasons but I literally went back in just to like her IG post. Lmao 💕. Jaida Essence Winner? Idk but still feels so right she won.

"RuPaul's Drag Race" stars came together for a virtual special "Bring Back My Ghouls".

a group of people posing for the camera © World of Wonder

Jaida Essence Hall hosted the spooktacular event which included a "Time to Vote Segment".

Heidi N Closet, Brita Filter and the best looking pit crew around chatted about the importance of the election, while parodying RuPaul's "Peanut Butter".

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Sahara Davenport et al. posing for a photo © Provided by ET Canada

Elsewhere in the show, Hall told jokes to Aiden Zhane including "Where does the ghost go on vacation?". Answer: "Mali-boo."

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The Snatch Game was also played with Pennywise, Freddy and the Bride of Frankenstein.

Catch the full special up top.

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