Good Evening America: Drew Droege's Solo Salute to Chloe Sevigny
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The last date listed for Good Evening America was Friday September 7, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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After watching Drew's Chloe many times on youtube, I thought it would be fun to watch him live. Although there wasn't much live Chloe, Drew's show was more or less a humorous explanation of the incarnation and aftermath of his character, including Chloe Sevigny's own mixed reactions to his parody of her. Drew is eminently likeable, funny and is fun to watch out of drag. I recommend this show to anyone who enjoys his Youtube posts.
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So much fun! This was a hilarious conversation about how Drew's "character" was created and how she has evolved, over the last 10 years of his career. He has such an easy, intimate way of inviting the audience into the lunacy, I found myself...
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