‘Drag News': Here's How to Watch NBCLX Queens Read the News

The news can be a drag, but it doesn't have to be

The news can be a drag, but it doesn't have to be.

"Drag News" is an episodic series of news reports where drag queens read and discuss the news unprompted off a teleprompter.

Watch NBCLX's queens read outrageous news stories every Monday at 3 p.m. EDT on NBCLX's YouTube and Facebook channels.

The fabulous Ruby Roo, Lauren Ordair (pronounced Law 'n' Order), Mz. O, Chandilier, Brita Filter and Heidi Haux bring context to the "very serious" news of the day.

CBD oil for pets, the pink tax's impact on women and police busting senior citizens playing bingo are some of the real news stories the queens have covered. 

NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, a division of NBCUniversal that includes 42 local TV stations, launched its new digital news brand in September 2019 and soon-to-launch over-the-air and streaming network designed to serve adults 18-45. LX stands for ‘Local X’ the ‘X’ signifying the exponential abilities that LX has in telling our communities unique stories.

Subscribe to NBCLX on YouTube and follow on Facebook to watch "Drag News."

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