E !: How does it feel to be a celebrity?
LC: You know, it’s just very difficult. Madonna is on the phone, she wants advice on singing. I said, “Madonna, the lyrics are ‘Bing, Bang, Bong.’ Repeat after me Madonna. “And she says,” Sing, sing, sing. ” No, Madonna, it’s “Bing, Bang, Bong” first! It’s really weird. Getting recognized in public is the stuff you never think of, and I’m just so happy to do what I’m allowed to do on an international platform.
E !: Have celebrities or previous drag race alumni reached out to you to say they are fans?
LC: So many queens. I had Bob the drag queen say, “Congratulations, you slag.” So take what you want from it. Aquariumswas really cute Priyankawas really cute. I was really surprised by the warmth of all the other queens, America, Canada. All of these places are very far from Glasgow, Scotland and I was really surprised at how much they support each other. Because you think, “Oh, it’s a competition. Everyone’s going to be on each other’s necks and ready to go.” But it’s such a sustaining, uplifting bubble of positivity. And to be in such a circle of winners is a dream come true.