Monday, February 13, 2012

Sundays With Mahlae

This past Sunday my friend, Mahlae Balenciaga, invited me to Harry Denton's Starlight Room in Union Square for brunch. I've been wanting to go to the Starlight Room for ages, but never had a chance to. Mahlae performs here on Sundays during their brunch/drag show, along with a few other performers.

Top button, please. Oh here you go... enjoy this view from my penthouse. Okay, not really. 21 stories up, you're bound to get some awesome views. I can imagine the view being amazing at night.

And here's a picture of my dining room. Damn, I'm fancy, huh? *Swizz Beatz Voice*. Okay really, I'll stop now.

Mmm. Brunch before the show. Everyone knows sweets are my weakness. Unfortunately, I had a rough night before, so I really didn't get to have a full brunch. But from what I had, it was amaze-ballz. With my birthday coming up (Pisces, heyyyy), I'm thinking of celebrating here during brunch. Knowing the heifers that me and my friends are, it's bound to be a good time.

Ms. Mahlae paying tribute to Whitney Houston (R.I.P. Nippy! You'll be missed). She performed "I Will Always Love You". So appropriate, and seemed to be everyone's favorite. I've only seen Mahlae perform a handful of times, and she always does an amazing job! Her second number was more upbeat with a Rihanna "S&M/We Found Love" mix. Should've taken a video of the performance, but I was to busy dancing in my seat. Sorry.

Gisele B√ľndchen who? Naomi Campbell what? After the show, I had an impromptu photo shoot with Mahlae. Serving face that even Chanel Iman would even be jealous about. And all red, just in time for Valentine's Day :).

Totally not your typical Sunday. Thank you for inviting me, Mahlae! I had a blast! Check out Mahlae Balenciaga along with other performers at the Starlight Room every Sunday. Mahlae hosts a number of events all around the Bay Area when she's not performing at the Starlight Room. Including hosting a couple special events at various clubs. If you can't catch her here, you're bound to catch her at another function.

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