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Billy Porter reignited a quieting career with a brilliant turn on Broadway as the flamboyant drag queen Lola in the hit musical Kinky Boots. The show elevated Billy’s profile considerably, earning him a well-deserved Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical and leading him to a role in the popular FX series Pose, which centers around gay, drag, and ball culture in 1980s New York. Enjoying new shades of celebrity, Billy wisely snatched the opportunity to re-brand as a gender fluid extravaganza, and red carpet showings like his at this year’s Academy Awards are cause for applause.

Billy Porter. Photo by Josh Haner/The New York Times.



    NYTimes.com ran a red carpet picture of Mahershala Ali today. Every time I see him he strikes me as one of the best dressed men on the planet. He’s clearly into fashion but it doesn’t take center stage; he does.

  2. Christopher Fortunato Reply

    Something about Billy Porter’s tux/dress that is rather stunning/becoming. Much in the same way as when Marlene Dietrich wore a tuxedo.

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