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Viceland’s “My House” Dives Into New York’s Queer Ballroom Scene

"You can dream big in ballroom, but any bitch can be replaced."

More than 20 years after Paris is Burning spotlighted New York City’s ball scene, the culture continues to inspire and influence new generations of performers.

My House/Viceland

My House, a new series from Viceland, takes viewers inside New York’s queer vogue ballroom scene as it follows dancers Tati 007, Alex Mugler, Jelani Mizrahi, Lolita Balenciaga, and Relish Milan as they overcome personal challenges and prepare for competitions while ballroom legend Mother Precious Ebony lays out the rules, the rivalries, and all of the drama.

My House premieres April 25 at 10:30pm on Viceland.
 

Lamar Dawson is a pop culture junkie living in Manhattan.
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