'Nightgowns': Sasha Velour's creative drag platform just dropped on Quibi and fans are calling it a 'masterpiece'

'Drag Race' and Sasha Velour fans get an exclusive peek at the drag queen's hard work and passion for turning her project into a full-fledged stage production


                            'Nightgowns': Sasha Velour's creative drag platform just  dropped on Quibi and fans are calling it a 'masterpiece'
Sasha Velour on 'Nightgowns' (Quibi)

Quibi, the mobile streaming platform created by Jeffrey Katzenberg and former HP and eBay CEO Meg Whitman, launched on Monday, April 6 and brought with it 50 new shows for its keen audience. Quibi's offerings include movies in chapters, unscripted and scripted content and even videos for daily essentials. It will feature big names as Guillermo del Toro, Steven Soderbergh, Anna Kendrick, Steven Spielberg as content creators and Jennifer Lopez, Sophie Turner, Reese Witherspoon, Liam Hemsworth as headliners in various shows.

One of the various reality shows that Quibi viewers have been gearing up for is 'Nightgowns', which comes from 'RuPaul's Drag Race' winner, Sasha Velour. The show offers a behind-the-scenes look at her drag revenue show as she works on adapting it into a full stage production. 'Drag Race' and Sasha Velour fans get an exclusive peek at the drag queen's hard work and passion for turning her project into a full-fledged stage production. 

The web streaming app has launched in America and various parts of Europe, has garnered several viewers, and social media hasn't ceased to express how "entertaining" and "fabulous" Velour's reality series is. Here are some first hand-responses and reactions from Twitter users and 'Drag Race' fans:

"Finished the first episode of #Nightgowns on @Quibi and I’m so excited to see how the rest of the series pans out. @sasha_velour is an incredible performer along with an incredible person & I’m so excited to see these incredible queer performers get the recognition they deserve," one fan tweets standing in full support of the Drag Queen.

Alexander Hedges Steinberg, known by the stage name Sasha Velour, in 'Nightgowns'
(Quibi)

"Everyone please go watch Nightgowns on @Quibi - @sasha_velour I am so grateful for this show. Thank you for opening my eyes to what powerful queerness is. Thank you. I love you," another fan tweets in response to the show's apt representation of the queer community.

Another fan had all praises for the sentiments of the Nightgowns cast: "'Don’t you dare stop us! This is something that is full of love' Probably my favorite quote EVER! This show just attacked my heart! Love you all so much! @sasha_velour @BoyfriendVelour and NightGowns family #sashavelour #NightGowns."

One fan addresses her own obsession with the show and hilariously quips, "How many times is it acceptable to watch NightGowns @sasha_velour before I’m a weirdo?! Oh wait I am a weirdo."

It is also quite evident from this tweet that the show is bound to tap into your emotions to elicit a reaction. "So thank you for making me cry this morning @sasha_velour I don’t have the fancy vocabulary to describe how I feel! But this should be shown everywhere!! Too many emotions! NightGowns is absolutely incredible and I love you even more #sashavelour #nightgowns", the user adds.

A still from 'Nightgowns' (Quibi)

"Wow wow wow. Just watched the NightGowns show, and holy shit, a masterpiece! I teared up multiple times ANNND just had it hit me once again how critical Sasha is to the queer community. Today is a good day," another user tweeted.

Three episodes from Sasha Velour's reality series have graced the app and viewers can stream them for free for 90 days. The above fan reactions should definitely sway you into watching 'Nightgowns' because it is worth the watch. We rest our case.

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