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Oct. 6, 2020

Double Snack with Twilight Escada

Double Snack with Twilight Escada

In this episode, Minneapolis based Drag Queen, Lala Luzious has a kiki with Twilight Escada (Justin Bourque) from HBO MAX’s popular ballroom culture competition Legendary.  Follow Twilight on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twilightescada...


In this episode, Minneapolis based Drag Queen, Lala Luzious has a kiki with Twilight Escada (Justin Bourque) from HBO MAX’s popular ballroom culture competition Legendary.  Follow Twilight on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twilightescada Need another snack? Head on over to www.snacksizepodcast.com  _________________ For more information on “The Rainbow Yurt Sanctuary” check out www.alexandrorox.com and check out their fundraiser here at https://tinyurl.com/rainbowyurt _____________________ Sound editing for this episode produced in part by On The Rise Productions (https://ontherise-productions.com/) Intro and Interlude Music for "Snack Size"  is Foxistence (Instrumental) by DayFox https://soundcloud.com/dayfox
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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.840 --> 00:00:05.519 Hey snacks, welcome to season two of snacks eyes, the podcast that will 2 00:00:05.519 --> 00:00:10.070 drag you into your most fabulous life. I'm your host, Rabba Lush, 3 00:00:10.150 --> 00:00:13.869 has also known as the snack of the twin cities, a drag queen that 4 00:00:13.990 --> 00:00:18.190 twirled her way into podcasting, and the rest is a dream come true, 5 00:00:18.670 --> 00:00:23.940 and that's exactly what this podcast is about, making your dreams happen for you 6 00:00:24.699 --> 00:00:29.539 fabulously. This season we are continuing our journey in finding out what makes a 7 00:00:29.660 --> 00:00:34.340 happy and fulfilled life, going places we've never been before. Don't forget that, 8 00:00:34.500 --> 00:00:38.369 when it comes to your potential, the sky is the limit and it's 9 00:00:38.530 --> 00:00:42.170 never a bad time to beat you are. Get you a snack, because 10 00:00:42.210 --> 00:00:57.280 your fabulous life starts now. Hey snacks. On this episode we are going 11 00:00:57.359 --> 00:01:00.479 to have a key Ki with one of the most fabulous members of ballroom culture 12 00:01:00.880 --> 00:01:06.510 that you may have seen on a little show called legendary on Hbo Max. 13 00:01:06.909 --> 00:01:11.390 For those who may not know, the ballroom scene or ballroom culture is a 14 00:01:11.549 --> 00:01:18.189 counter cultural phenomenon rooted in defying social norms and the status quo. This underground 15 00:01:18.189 --> 00:01:23.700 scene was made to escape racism, homophobia and Transphobia and to have freedom of 16 00:01:23.900 --> 00:01:30.299 expression. Ball culture consists of events that mixed performance, dance, lip syncing 17 00:01:30.459 --> 00:01:36.569 and modeling. Events are divided into various categories and participants walk for prizes and 18 00:01:36.730 --> 00:01:42.489 trophies. Both and culture also promotes family, especially for those that may not 19 00:01:42.650 --> 00:01:46.569 have one, and participants compete with a group of performers called a house. 20 00:01:46.609 --> 00:01:51.159 Our guest today is a member of the House of Escada and gag the world 21 00:01:51.280 --> 00:01:56.040 with their performance on legendary. He even won best dress on the show and 22 00:01:56.200 --> 00:02:00.159 continues to slay ball rooms and runways across the nation. Welcome to snack size, 23 00:02:00.510 --> 00:02:07.629 twilight, a SCATTA. Let's give them a call. Hi, twilight, 24 00:02:07.909 --> 00:02:14.509 welcome to snack size. Him Lala license having me. Oh No, 25 00:02:14.789 --> 00:02:17.419 my dear, thank you. I am so excited. I'm such a huge 26 00:02:17.460 --> 00:02:21.620 fan. I cannot believe that you're here. Thank you for joining us. 27 00:02:22.020 --> 00:02:24.300 I heard you just moved. Is that right? Yeah, I just moved 28 00:02:24.300 --> 00:02:29.180 to the big apple like two weeks ago. How is that going for you? 29 00:02:29.259 --> 00:02:34.090 You know, any moving in a pandemic is probably not the best thing 30 00:02:34.169 --> 00:02:38.129 to do, but she had to go. So you know, I'm making 31 00:02:38.169 --> 00:02:42.930 a word and I'm loving it awesome. Well, congratulations on a successful move. 32 00:02:43.490 --> 00:02:46.560 So for my listeners who don't know what ball room is, can you 33 00:02:46.719 --> 00:02:51.360 explain what it is and what it means to you? So Bob Um today 34 00:02:51.479 --> 00:02:55.439 with me like an underground community founded by black and Latino people of color. 35 00:02:57.159 --> 00:03:00.870 Is the space that we created to express ourselves freely. and to me, 36 00:03:01.150 --> 00:03:05.789 I mean Bob, room is my family. It's kind of like honestly, 37 00:03:05.870 --> 00:03:08.550 like the center of my life right now. So it means everything to me. 38 00:03:09.509 --> 00:03:14.139 So when in your life did you discover ball room culture? So I 39 00:03:14.379 --> 00:03:19.699 was like introduce probably like ten years ago when I saw Miss Lao, me 40 00:03:20.580 --> 00:03:24.219 and the other girls carrying on bog evolution on American's, that dance crew. 41 00:03:24.979 --> 00:03:29.250 So that's like when I when I first saw it. But I went to 42 00:03:29.370 --> 00:03:34.849 my first ball probably about like seven years ago, and Esclita and Manhattan, 43 00:03:34.889 --> 00:03:38.729 which is now closed. So you've been doing this for seven years so now. 44 00:03:38.930 --> 00:03:42.840 So that is where when I was like first really exposed. That's when 45 00:03:42.840 --> 00:03:46.960 I went to my first ball. That's actually when I got the name kwilight. 46 00:03:46.719 --> 00:03:51.840 Uh Huh. I haven't like actively in ball room, like walking balls 47 00:03:51.919 --> 00:03:55.229 and stuff, for probably like three years now. Oh awesome, that is 48 00:03:55.229 --> 00:04:00.270 still a solid amount of time. A little something, cute, little chunk 49 00:04:00.310 --> 00:04:02.710 of change. So I know one thing about bar room is that you all 50 00:04:02.750 --> 00:04:06.550 have a lot of different categories. So I want to know what categories you 51 00:04:06.710 --> 00:04:10.979 like to walk. So I've definitely a performance girls, so you know I 52 00:04:11.060 --> 00:04:15.660 like to move. I walk, I Walk Butch tea involved them, and 53 00:04:15.939 --> 00:04:20.339 I'm also a runway girl, so I walk runway. Can you explain what 54 00:04:20.459 --> 00:04:25.610 each of those categories are and how you like to prepare for them? Yeah, 55 00:04:25.970 --> 00:04:29.490 so my main category is Butch Queen, vote them. That's kind of 56 00:04:29.529 --> 00:04:31.569 like all in the name, right. So a butch queen is typically like 57 00:04:32.850 --> 00:04:38.680 gay man who can tend to be feminine and vote Fem is voguing feminine. 58 00:04:39.399 --> 00:04:42.480 That's like what that's what you see at like a standard ball when they call 59 00:04:42.639 --> 00:04:46.360 for vogue fem. You know, that's what I walk against all the big 60 00:04:46.439 --> 00:04:53.189 girls, and runway is having a nasty effects on and pumping down with that 61 00:04:53.269 --> 00:04:57.350 attitude and confidence. You are so confident. In fact, I would say 62 00:04:57.389 --> 00:05:00.949 that you are one of the most confident people I've ever seen. We're in 63 00:05:00.149 --> 00:05:04.350 your life. Does that come from? So I just like created my confidence. 64 00:05:04.389 --> 00:05:08.899 It comes from within myself. It comes from just like not giving a 65 00:05:09.019 --> 00:05:13.220 fuck what people have to say or think about me pretty much. Did you 66 00:05:13.579 --> 00:05:16.899 have a time where you felt insecure about those things and then something within you 67 00:05:17.060 --> 00:05:23.569 change? I would say growing up, like most other queer people in the 68 00:05:23.649 --> 00:05:28.569 community, I was definitely like insecure just to like exist, you know. 69 00:05:28.649 --> 00:05:30.930 I would like he's are being feminine. I was like the fishy and all 70 00:05:31.009 --> 00:05:35.600 that stuff. So I definitely suppressed a lot of like who I am for 71 00:05:35.680 --> 00:05:42.040 a very long time and then I really just like probably in high school, 72 00:05:42.040 --> 00:05:45.480 I really just thought caring, and that's like when I came out the closet 73 00:05:45.680 --> 00:05:49.509 and baby I came out and I was just unapologetic about it and it's been 74 00:05:49.589 --> 00:05:55.829 the same way ever since. That is absolutely amazing. I always say it's 75 00:05:55.990 --> 00:06:00.350 never a bad time to be yourself. So one of the most iconic moments 76 00:06:00.550 --> 00:06:02.750 on the show was the cowboy hat gown, and I have to know, 77 00:06:03.149 --> 00:06:09.420 was that your idea? It was my ideas, like the whole concept of 78 00:06:09.620 --> 00:06:14.220 the dress. So this is some inside tea right now actually. So originally 79 00:06:14.259 --> 00:06:18.089 I was to come out and that all blue veloor body stool and then have 80 00:06:18.329 --> 00:06:21.889 like this humongous oversized hat over my head and I was going to be carrying 81 00:06:21.930 --> 00:06:26.730 it with both hands. I was gonna pretty much similar to how I came 82 00:06:26.769 --> 00:06:30.410 out right on the show. I had I had it around my ways, 83 00:06:30.129 --> 00:06:34.279 but the original idea was was supposed to be a hat that dropped all the 84 00:06:34.360 --> 00:06:39.079 way from over my head and then dam into a gown. The day of 85 00:06:39.399 --> 00:06:46.720 the show I got the dress and baby, she's a little broad shoulder and 86 00:06:46.879 --> 00:06:50.589 did not go past these little bony shoulders, and we definitely all gaged that 87 00:06:50.750 --> 00:06:55.430 first, because I had this big ass how on didn't do the revee. 88 00:06:55.470 --> 00:06:59.350 Yeah, all the designers with it, Johnny check, and then I dropped 89 00:06:59.389 --> 00:07:03.300 it in front of every runned. Yeah, it wasn't mad, but then 90 00:07:03.420 --> 00:07:05.579 I was like, whoa girl, you know, it's the make it work 91 00:07:05.660 --> 00:07:09.579 moment. So I put it on over my body and I house it on 92 00:07:09.660 --> 00:07:13.139 my waist and then, like, I read it the reveal for everybody and 93 00:07:13.259 --> 00:07:15.689 it was still like the same gag worthy reveal. Every you know, mouth 94 00:07:15.850 --> 00:07:18.050 was still down and I was like, okay, this, this is dead. 95 00:07:18.769 --> 00:07:24.129 It absolutely was it. So tell me, how do you prepare for 96 00:07:24.370 --> 00:07:28.089 your looks, like for a ball room? Yeah, like do you have 97 00:07:28.250 --> 00:07:30.639 an idea that pops into your head and then you just make it come to 98 00:07:30.759 --> 00:07:33.959 life. All right. So this is the way I actually ward is in 99 00:07:34.199 --> 00:07:40.279 ball room, every category you have to bring it in a certain effect. 100 00:07:40.480 --> 00:07:44.550 So like for both fam at some ball they might be like bring it and 101 00:07:44.670 --> 00:07:47.629 your best mermaid fashion or like. They always kind of have like a direction 102 00:07:48.550 --> 00:07:53.189 for usually because sometimes just bring it and you just did ever, but but 103 00:07:53.350 --> 00:07:56.870 usually a ball room they kind of like have a direction where they want you 104 00:07:56.910 --> 00:08:00.339 to go and then you just use your creativity and whatnot to make it work. 105 00:08:00.819 --> 00:08:03.060 So I'm a creative ass bitch. So you give me direction and baby, 106 00:08:03.139 --> 00:08:07.139 she's going. If you could battle anybody else on the show, who 107 00:08:07.180 --> 00:08:15.170 would you pick and why do you try to wake it up? Yeah, 108 00:08:15.329 --> 00:08:20.050 that's a spicy question. If after battle anyone on the show, I want 109 00:08:20.129 --> 00:08:24.649 all the girls to the bag. Let's go, all right, baby know, 110 00:08:24.769 --> 00:08:30.839 but for I would probably I would probably battle my suit be Song Gucci. 111 00:08:31.440 --> 00:08:35.320 Okay, she buries your Ma Adda, and so behind the scene, 112 00:08:35.480 --> 00:08:41.159 radly similar personality wise, like she's crazy. I'm crazy both by all this 113 00:08:41.279 --> 00:08:45.110 energy. But he bot very dramatic and I vote more sauce and current. 114 00:08:45.350 --> 00:08:48.669 So I think they would be a nasty battle. Tell us what it means 115 00:08:48.710 --> 00:08:52.870 when you say that you vogue more soft. There's like two main styles of 116 00:08:52.909 --> 00:08:58.980 Vogue Gang. So there's dramatic. That's like when the girls are really dipping 117 00:08:58.299 --> 00:09:01.899 on their bags and it, you know, everything is drama, drama, 118 00:09:01.940 --> 00:09:05.659 drama, even with her hands, and then soft and cunt is like when 119 00:09:05.700 --> 00:09:09.169 you vote, more like you're a feather, like, Oh yeah, that's 120 00:09:09.210 --> 00:09:13.289 totally makes sense. I feel like if I were to vote, I would 121 00:09:13.289 --> 00:09:16.409 be soft myself. So tell me. If someone wants to get into ball 122 00:09:16.409 --> 00:09:20.090 room, do you have any advice for someone just starting out? The first 123 00:09:20.090 --> 00:09:24.840 thing I was on anyone wants to come in ball room is do your history. 124 00:09:24.519 --> 00:09:31.679 I know it seems so appealing and so extravagant and when you when you 125 00:09:31.879 --> 00:09:35.720 when you're not familiar with it. You see it on legendary like a lot 126 00:09:35.759 --> 00:09:39.269 of people don't know what it really takes to really be in ball room. 127 00:09:39.309 --> 00:09:41.870 They're just so excited by the GLITZ and the Glam of it all that they 128 00:09:41.909 --> 00:09:45.789 kind of skip doing the history and it is jump right into it, you 129 00:09:45.870 --> 00:09:48.750 know. So I would say if you really want to take it seriously, 130 00:09:48.230 --> 00:09:52.659 do your history. There's LE's you a really amazing website that was just made. 131 00:09:54.259 --> 00:09:58.379 It's called learned your history dotnet. It talks about all the icons and 132 00:09:58.860 --> 00:10:01.500 the blueprints in the legend is like all it dated all the way back to 133 00:10:01.539 --> 00:10:03.580 the s. That would definitely the first thing I say. Do your history, 134 00:10:03.580 --> 00:10:07.450 because when you know better, you do better. Right exactly. It's 135 00:10:07.490 --> 00:10:13.289 actually very similar in the drag performing community. It's very important to know your 136 00:10:13.370 --> 00:10:16.690 history because if you want to change the game, you have to know what's 137 00:10:16.730 --> 00:10:20.210 already been done, and that's advice I would give to anyone trying to do 138 00:10:20.450 --> 00:10:24.720 anything. Always know the history of whatever it is you're trying to do exactly. 139 00:10:26.240 --> 00:10:28.799 And Yeah, it's important to know who created it and to pay homage 140 00:10:28.840 --> 00:10:33.639 to those people. And second thing I would say to people is take a 141 00:10:33.759 --> 00:10:37.830 class, like even if you are a dancer, and some people like their 142 00:10:37.909 --> 00:10:43.110 first time Vogan and naturally just hits like they're just FAB naturally. But no 143 00:10:43.269 --> 00:10:46.149 matter where you are and your level of your craft, take a class learned 144 00:10:46.230 --> 00:10:50.580 from other people's perspective, especially people who are legends in the scene and icon 145 00:10:52.019 --> 00:10:54.620 you know, like Laomi has a class like every two thank here in New 146 00:10:54.659 --> 00:10:58.700 York. That I'm going to be Tagang. So I just suggest everyone do 147 00:10:58.820 --> 00:11:03.220 your history, take a class period. That is definitely some solid advice. 148 00:11:03.809 --> 00:11:09.490 So being a legendary is a huge accomplishment. But outside of the show, 149 00:11:09.809 --> 00:11:13.889 what would you say your biggest success is? I don't even know. Girl. 150 00:11:13.889 --> 00:11:16.610 I'm like, Damn, I goes, I'm really not that successful after 151 00:11:16.649 --> 00:11:22.120 all. I hate share. No, I mean I've definitely said the couple 152 00:11:22.200 --> 00:11:26.320 trophies in ball room. So I mean that's that's definitely feel is great, 153 00:11:26.399 --> 00:11:30.200 but my biggest success would probably like, honestly, like be within myself. 154 00:11:30.759 --> 00:11:33.509 Like most people, you know, I went through some traumatic things in my 155 00:11:33.629 --> 00:11:37.549 life and like finding my own happiness to like continue you on to even be 156 00:11:37.710 --> 00:11:41.590 all legendary. That would have been my biggest success, honestly. Yeah, 157 00:11:41.590 --> 00:11:46.110 I remember you mentioned on the show that you had recently lost someone very close 158 00:11:46.220 --> 00:11:50.620 to you. How were you able to deal with that and still manage to 159 00:11:50.740 --> 00:11:54.659 absolutely turn it out on the show? Well, I mean it definitely took 160 00:11:54.700 --> 00:11:58.500 some time. It was my partner of nine years. He was still together 161 00:11:58.620 --> 00:12:01.929 and he passed away like very unexpectedly. So I was in a very dark 162 00:12:03.009 --> 00:12:07.730 place for a pretty long time, I would say. I like vote before 163 00:12:07.769 --> 00:12:09.970 it happened, I wasn't really Intel Ball Room. I was more invested in 164 00:12:11.009 --> 00:12:16.919 my relationship at the time. So very traumatic, but I took sometimes myself, 165 00:12:16.039 --> 00:12:18.879 like I said, and then I moved out of where I was. 166 00:12:18.919 --> 00:12:24.639 I moved to Boston, I met my chosen family, now my ball room 167 00:12:24.679 --> 00:12:26.360 family. Yeah, and they kind of just poke me out of a dark 168 00:12:26.440 --> 00:12:30.470 place and, like, to be quite frank, like I kind of owe 169 00:12:30.509 --> 00:12:33.710 it to ball room like for getting me out of where I was and then, 170 00:12:33.830 --> 00:12:39.070 even furthermore, to be on legendary like I never thought that would happen 171 00:12:39.110 --> 00:12:41.990 in my life, but you know, sometimes you go through some dark things 172 00:12:41.309 --> 00:12:46.659 to be the light. I definitely agree with that. It sounds like you 173 00:12:46.779 --> 00:12:50.899 have a really solid support system. Who has been the most influential person on 174 00:12:50.980 --> 00:12:58.250 this journey? I would say probably my my mother, London. Mother London 175 00:12:58.370 --> 00:13:03.490 has gotta the way we met, mind you, is I moved to Boston 176 00:13:03.610 --> 00:13:07.929 and we had a mutual friend and that friend had two available rooms in his 177 00:13:07.049 --> 00:13:11.850 apartment, so we moved in on the same time and it right when we 178 00:13:11.009 --> 00:13:15.879 moved in, like it was just instant, like you know, you just 179 00:13:16.000 --> 00:13:20.840 come across people and like this, instantly like your souls connect like. That 180 00:13:20.120 --> 00:13:26.840 was me in London and ever since then he's just been like the most beautiful, 181 00:13:26.960 --> 00:13:30.990 Nice, is honest, humble support is like human I've ever met and 182 00:13:31.629 --> 00:13:35.070 I'm just so blessed to have him. Do you want to be a house 183 00:13:35.190 --> 00:13:39.070 mother one day or a house father? I guess I shouldn't assume no, 184 00:13:39.269 --> 00:13:41.700 I love that baby. You clocked it right. I'm definitely never gonna be 185 00:13:41.820 --> 00:13:50.139 no type of house father, that's for sure. Baby. I mean, 186 00:13:50.379 --> 00:13:52.179 I mean that's the goal. The goal is to be legendary, right, 187 00:13:52.340 --> 00:13:58.330 and if motherhood and the ballroom team comes, then it comes. But for 188 00:13:58.490 --> 00:14:01.970 now I'm happy with my mother and I cannot see her not being the mother. 189 00:14:03.330 --> 00:14:05.769 So maybe one day. You know, I want to believe my mother 190 00:14:07.210 --> 00:14:11.120 of her duties, but to not today. So I have my own drag 191 00:14:11.200 --> 00:14:15.759 family and we have a lot of values in our household. One of them 192 00:14:15.960 --> 00:14:18.000 is don't be late for the book thing. If they pay you better show 193 00:14:18.000 --> 00:14:22.559 up and on time. Does the House of a SCATTA have its own set 194 00:14:22.679 --> 00:14:26.230 of family values? Yes, of course. I mean the house of a 195 00:14:26.309 --> 00:14:30.389 SCATTA is different from most houses because we're like a boot tea house. So 196 00:14:30.669 --> 00:14:35.309 that means where a smaller, somewhat more selective. And what I mean by 197 00:14:35.429 --> 00:14:39.899 selective it's not necessarily just on talent. It's based upon how you buy with 198 00:14:39.059 --> 00:14:43.980 people and if they're like a good fit for the family. So our values 199 00:14:43.100 --> 00:14:50.539 are definitely being good people. We drive off like loyalty. So that's definitely 200 00:14:50.580 --> 00:14:54.970 loyalty within the House and I feel like we yeah, we're like the House 201 00:14:54.049 --> 00:14:58.090 of love. So in my opinion, I mean maybe not every ascotta feels 202 00:14:58.210 --> 00:15:03.009 like that, but in my opinion the value is loyalty and love, and 203 00:15:03.169 --> 00:15:09.240 you just leave with that. I absolutely love that. So, when you 204 00:15:09.360 --> 00:15:13.559 think about everything you've learned in ballroom and in life and you had three tips 205 00:15:13.879 --> 00:15:18.600 for someone to live a happy and fulfilled life, what would that be for 206 00:15:18.720 --> 00:15:22.830 you? They true to yourself, first and foremost, the unapologetic about it, 207 00:15:24.070 --> 00:15:31.110 amen, and then be happy with where you are and life. And 208 00:15:31.509 --> 00:15:35.149 Yeah, just like, no, like, good days are going to come 209 00:15:35.230 --> 00:15:37.100 to the dreams of sex. Success that you want is going to come and 210 00:15:37.139 --> 00:15:39.740 night. I might not be today, but you got to value today and 211 00:15:39.820 --> 00:15:45.340 appreciate today to see tomorrow. I I could not agree more. I actually 212 00:15:45.419 --> 00:15:48.379 just went through some things where I had a lot of big opportunities that ultimately 213 00:15:48.620 --> 00:15:52.690 didn't end up working out, and my friends told me the same thing. 214 00:15:52.129 --> 00:15:56.049 They said all that work you just did is preparing you for when it actually 215 00:15:56.090 --> 00:16:02.169 happens. It's important to remember that everything you do builds towards something great. 216 00:16:02.529 --> 00:16:07.320 You have to remember that very bad, very, very dead like I've gone 217 00:16:07.360 --> 00:16:10.919 chap before. I balls it, you know, and maybe she's still made 218 00:16:10.960 --> 00:16:15.000 it on legendary. So let's talk about it exactly. And now you are 219 00:16:15.120 --> 00:16:19.590 legendary. Be where I'm on legendary. I'm not legendary, evolved, roum 220 00:16:21.470 --> 00:16:25.629 different. It was a premonition. I was seeing the future. Okay, 221 00:16:25.870 --> 00:16:32.190 thank you baby. She said you will be legendary. Speaking of the future, 222 00:16:32.509 --> 00:16:34.659 what is next for you? Um, you know, I got something 223 00:16:34.860 --> 00:16:40.659 going on and in the work, some things I really can't talk about because 224 00:16:40.740 --> 00:16:45.139 you know, I sid a little Da. But I do have something that 225 00:16:45.220 --> 00:16:51.850 I fell coming out very soon, very exciting. I am developing my brand. 226 00:16:52.330 --> 00:16:56.370 I have some bally exciting things coming, honestly, and it with in 227 00:16:56.490 --> 00:16:59.529 ball run and also out of ball room. And so I would say too 228 00:16:59.529 --> 00:17:03.039 much girls. Oh, it's okay, I totally get that. Have to 229 00:17:03.080 --> 00:17:06.599 keep the people wondering what's coming next. But if we do want to be 230 00:17:06.720 --> 00:17:08.839 the first to know what's coming up for you, where do we follow you? 231 00:17:10.720 --> 00:17:14.960 I'm definitely follow me on Instagram at twilight is SCATTA. That's where you're 232 00:17:14.960 --> 00:17:18.349 going to get all the hot tea coming at you very fresh. I already 233 00:17:18.390 --> 00:17:22.150 follow you and I know the t posts a lot of great content. So 234 00:17:22.390 --> 00:17:27.150 if you're looking for an entertaining instagram, twilight is Scatta is the person and 235 00:17:27.269 --> 00:17:32.140 I thank you. Yeah, well, twilight, thank you so much for 236 00:17:32.299 --> 00:17:34.579 coming on snack size. It has been an absolute pleasure to talk with you 237 00:17:34.900 --> 00:17:38.819 and you have no doubt been my most iconic guest. Oh my God, 238 00:17:38.859 --> 00:17:41.900 thank you so much for having me. I love your energy. All right, 239 00:17:42.019 --> 00:17:47.849 snacks. Until next time, remember to go be fabulous by snacks, 240 00:17:48.329 --> 00:17:52.609 Byla hey snack. I hope you enjoyed my episode with twilight is gotta from 241 00:17:52.650 --> 00:17:56.930 legendary on Hbo Max. Before you go, I want to give a shout 242 00:17:56.930 --> 00:18:03.119 out to my friend and fellow Minneapolis drag performer, Alexandra rocks, and his 243 00:18:03.279 --> 00:18:07.440 new project, the Rainbow Yurt Sanctuary, located in Bessemmer, Michigan. The 244 00:18:07.519 --> 00:18:14.430 Rainbow Yurt Sanctuary aims to be an inclusive nature based retreat where marginalized people can 245 00:18:14.509 --> 00:18:18.630 reconnect with nature and find peace in a safe, healing atmosphere. Go to 246 00:18:18.950 --> 00:18:26.910 www dot Alexandra roscom for more information about how you can support this safe space 247 00:18:26.180 --> 00:18:30.220 for marginalized individuals. Until next time, see you later. Snack.