Trixie Mattel & Katya Zamolodchikova Chat About "The Trixie & Katya Show"

Born out of their popular YouTube series “UNHhhh”, which recently landed a coveted spot on Entertainment Weekly’s “Must List” of the Ten Things They Love This Week (EW, Summer), “The Trixie & Katya Show” is a hilarious hybrid of late night, daytime and advice shows. Hosted by “RuPaul’s Drag Race” fan favorites Trixie Mattel (Season 7’s breakout, whose elimination remains one of the most controversial in “Drag Race” herstory) and Katya Zamolodchikova (an All-Stars Finalist and Season 7’s “Miss Congeniality”), the girls discuss anything and everything from their distinct points of view. Topics run the gamut from hook-ups and break-ups, fear, God, death and porn, to name a few.

  • See Prince Harry's amazing response to palace aides when told to end conversation with military widow
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    See Prince Harry's amazing response to palace aides when told to end conversation with military widow

    The Duke of Sussex was left rather unimpressed when his royal aides tried to hurry him along during an important conversation with a serviceman's widow. On Friday, Prince Harry was joined by Invictus ambassador Gwen Cherne on the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb in which they talked about grief and loss. Ms Cherne, whose husband served in Cambodia, Afghanistan and Iraq and took his own life in February this year, shared a hug with Harry before they were interrupted.

  • Duchess Meghan dazzles in her first royal gown for Fiji state reception
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    Duchess Meghan dazzles in her first royal gown for Fiji state reception

    The Duchess of Sussex has stepped out to attend a state reception in Fiji in a true show-stopper – her first ever royal gown! Wow. The mum-to-be looked incredible for the formal dinner, hosted by the President of Fiji at the Grand Pacific Hotel where the royal couple are staying. The beautiful shade is in fact thought to be a nod to the nation, with one guest noting the gown was clearly 'Fijian Blue, - a tribute to her hosts.

  • Conor McGregor accepts he made many mistakes against Khabib Nurmagomedov, and is happy to fight the 'next in line' if he can't land a rematch
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    Conor McGregor accepts he made many mistakes against Khabib Nurmagomedov, and is happy to fight the 'next in line' if he can't land a rematch

    Conor McGregor has analysed his UFC 229 loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov in a lengthy Instagram post. McGregor also admitted that many mistakes were made in the build-up to UFC 229, as well as in the actual fight itself. Conor McGregor has accepted that he made many mistakes in the build-up to UFC 229, and in the actual fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov on October 6.

  • Brexit news latest: UK cabinet divided over No10 fear for Ireland leader's future
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    Brexit news latest: UK cabinet divided over No10 fear for Ireland leader's future

    Fresh Cabinet tensions have erupted after senior No 10 officials told ministers they are “concerned” that a tough stance on the Northern Ireland backstop could undermine Irish premier Leo Varadkar. The issue was raised by Downing Street during weekend conference calls of Cabinet ministers organised by Downing Street ahead of Theresa May’s statement in the Commons. Brexiteers fear that Britain’s negotiating stance could be softened to protect a foreign leader whose interests are opposed to the UK’s.

  • Strictly Come Dancing: The professional dancers and their sizzling romances
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    Strictly Come Dancing: The professional dancers and their sizzling romances

    With Strictly Come Dancing continuing to dominate our television screens and all the headlines, there are a number of professional dancers who have become some of our firm favourites. From Aljaz Skorjanec and Janette Manrara to Ola and James Jordan, take a look at these relationships... Aljaz and Janette are a huge hit with the viewers.

  • Legoland should be renamed ‘Deep Fried Crap Land’ due to poor food on offer, researchers say
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    Legoland should be renamed ‘Deep Fried Crap Land’ due to poor food on offer, researchers say

    Legoland in Windsor ought to be renamed “Deep Fried Crap Land” due to the poor food on offer, a food and farming charity has claimed. The venue came joint bottom in a survey ranking the UK’s top attractions on the nutritional value of food and drink served to children, in a report from the Soil Association. It found attractions “are using promotional deals to push unhealthy junk food on families”.

  • Strictly's Neil Jones shares sweet picture of morning cuddles
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    Strictly's Neil Jones shares sweet picture of morning cuddles

    Neil Jones has shared a sweet snap of himself enjoying morning cuddles with a very lucky lady in his life – his pet pooch, Crumbles! Sharing a photo of himself snuggling the adorable little dog, who is a mix of shitzu, poodle and Chihuahua, and wrote: "Morning cuddles." The professional Strictly dancer regularly shares snaps of his dog, and recently posted a photo of the puppy sat next to him after a workout, writing: "I love the Autumn Sun especially after a good workout and of course joined by @miss_crumblejones. Some would even say my hair colour is Autumn Sunset but I just call it Ginger  . The little dog even has her own Instagram page, where Neil and his wife, Katya Jones, regularly share photos of the pooch.

  • Holly Willoughby reveals clever trick to balance busy career with family life
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    Holly Willoughby reveals clever trick to balance busy career with family life

    Holly Willoughby is incredibly busy Monday to Thursday, fronting popular ITV morning show This Morning alongside her partner in crime Phillip Schofield. The star's schedule is also loaded on Wednesday evenings filming Celebrity Juice together with Keith Lemon and Fearne Cotton and soon she will travel to Australia to co-present I'm a Celebrity… Get me Out of Here!, so how does the mum-of-three manage her busy career with family life? "It's not easy and there is no perfect recipe," Holly told HELLO! at an exclusive event celebrating Diet Coke's Because I Can campaign.

  • Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall's iconic polo match photo recreated on The Crown
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    Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall's iconic polo match photo recreated on The Crown

    With production of series three of The Crown well and truly underway, the popular Netflix period drama is ready to focus on the early stages of Prince Charles' romance with the Duchess of Cornwall, who was then known as Camilla Parker Bowles. Actors Josh O'Connor and Emerald Fennell were recently pictured recreating the moment the royal couple were seen talking after a polo match at Cirencester Park in 1975. Both Charles and Camilla dated after meeting in 1971, but their romance ended when Charles left to serve in the Royal Navy.

  • People's vote on Brexit: everyone seems to be missing this key point
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    People's vote on Brexit: everyone seems to be missing this key point

    Has anyone asked the EU if it actually wants the UK back now?

  • Harry and Meghan's royal tour of Fiji: all the best pictures from day one
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    Harry and Meghan's royal tour of Fiji: all the best pictures from day one

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Fiji on Tuesday - beginning their three-day visit to the South Pacific island. Arriving at Suva’s Nausori airport, Harry and Meghan were first greeted by Melanie Hopkins, the High Commissioner and chief of protocol, Jonetani Tagivetaua. After disembarking from their Qantas charter flight in light rain and strong winds, forcing the Duchess to hold on to her hat, the couple were introduced to the Hon Frank Bainamara, Fiji’s Prime Minister and his wife, Maria, Ro Teimumu Kepa, leader of the opposition, Alessandro Truppia, the High Commissioner’s wife and Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto, commander of the RFMF.

  • Tommy Robinson defiant as he addresses supporters outside court
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    Tommy Robinson defiant as he addresses supporters outside court

    English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson addresses hundreds of supporters outside the Old Bailey before his contempt of court case. The case was referred back to the Attorney General.

  • Another princess is joining Queen Maxima and Kate Middleton at state banquet – find out who
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    Another princess is joining Queen Maxima and Kate Middleton at state banquet – find out who

    The Queen is preparing to host a spectacular state banquet for the Dutch royals at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands will be reunited with their sister-in-law Princess Mabel. Mabel is the widow of the king's brother Prince Friso, who sadly died five years ago following a ski accident.

  • Couple in car that towed caravan the wrong way down a busy motorway are named
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    Couple in car that towed caravan the wrong way down a busy motorway are named

    John Norton, 80, and Olive Howard, 87, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, died in the crash on the M40 in Oxfordshire.

  • Britain's highest paying degrees, according to graduate salary
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    Britain's highest paying degrees, according to graduate salary

    Asked which degree you should take for the highest graduate salary, you may well think of Oxbridge excellence in law or economics.

  • Fleetwood Mac tour 2019: How to get tickets
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    Fleetwood Mac tour 2019: How to get tickets

    Fleetwood Mac have announced a European tour for June 2019, with three exclusive performances currently revealed for London, Dublin and Berlin. The tour will feature the new line-up of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie along with newcomers Mike Campbell and Neil Finn – following the departure of Lindsey Buckingham.

  • When do the clocks go back for winter? What time and date?
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    When do the clocks go back for winter? What time and date?

    It’s that time of year again when the clocks go back for winter, gifting people an extra hour in bed. It followed years of campaigning by builder William Willett who published a leaflet called “The Waste of Daylight”, arguing that moving the clocks back in the summer would save on energy costs and give people longer to enjoy outdoors. Daylight saving time (DST) was eventually introduced by the Government the year after Mr Willett died, in a bid to save fuel during the war.

  • A wild rumor claimed Jamal Khashoggi's body had been found in a well, but Turkey's president says it is still missing
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    A wild rumor claimed Jamal Khashoggi's body had been found in a well, but Turkey's president says it is still missing

    A Turkish politician on Monday floated a wild rumor that journalist Jamal Khashoggi's body was found in a well near the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared to have shot the rumor down by saying that "no one knows" where the body is. Turkish officials have continuously leaked intelligence and made bold public statements about Khashoggi's killing.

  • Wonder Woman 1984 release date pushed back as Charlie's Angels reboot fills spot
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    Wonder Woman 1984 release date pushed back as Charlie's Angels reboot fills spot

    Wonder Woman 1984’s release date has been pushed back. Warner Bros – the studio behind the recent spate of DC comics-based movies – are claiming the move was made because the original Wonder Woman was released in June, and so the two dates now coincide with each other. “We had tremendous success releasing the first Wonder Woman film during the summer, so when we saw an opportunity to take advantage of the changing competitive landscape, we did,” Warners president of domestic distribution Jeff Goldstein said.

  • Best grammar schools in 2018 according to GCSE league tables
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    Best grammar schools in 2018 according to GCSE league tables

    The Tiffin Girls' School in Kingston upon Thames is at the top of the tree when it comes to GCSE performance among grammar schools.

  • How popular is Donald Trump? Latest polls, approval ratings and impeachment odds
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    How popular is Donald Trump? Latest polls, approval ratings and impeachment odds

    Donald Trump's approval ratings are at relatively healthy levels in the month before the mid-terms according Telegraph's poll tracker.

  • New trailer for Mary Poppins Returns is released – hear Emily Blunt sing!
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    New trailer for Mary Poppins Returns is released – hear Emily Blunt sing!

    A new trailer for Mary Poppins Returns has been released by Disney – and it's given us all the feels. Fans have been going wild for the sequel, which stars Emily Blunt as the lovable, magical nanny, Lin-Manuel Miranda as Jack, Ben Whishaw as Michael Banks and Emma Mortimer as Jane Banks. Mary is seen returning to the family home and replying, "I've come to look after the Banks children" when Jane and Michael ask her why she's back.

  • Palestinian security forces routinely torture critics, rights group says
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    Palestinian security forces routinely torture critics, rights group says

    The Palestinian Authority (PA) in the West Bank and its political rival Hamas in Gaza regularly detain and torture critics and dissenters, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said in a report. Both have carried out “scores of arbitrary arrests for peaceful criticism of the authorities, particularly on social media, among independent journalists, on university campuses, and at demonstrations,” the New York-based advocacy group said.

  • A budget to end austerity? Only if Hammond makes the rich pay
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    A budget to end austerity? Only if Hammond makes the rich pay

    How do Theresa May and Philip Hammond converse in private? Blair did it from a TV sofa in 2000, panicking when a cash-starved NHS tipped into crisis: he pledged health spending would reach the EU average (an unknowable moving target). May, facing a far worse NHS crisis, promised £20bn – and then went further.

  • Explosive device found at home of George Soros: New York Times
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    Explosive device found at home of George Soros: New York Times

    Authorities responded to the home in Katonah, New York after they received a call about a suspicious package at about 3:45 p.m., the Times reported. “An employee of the residence opened the package, revealing what appeared to be an explosive device,” police said in a statement to the Times. Bomb squad technicians arrived and detonated it, a police official told the New York Times.