I can’t oversell this enough. You’re going to PLOTZ when you see drag legend Britney Girl Dale strutting up and down Ritchie Highway in Baltimore, where she’s a bit of a local celebrity. Watch as she twirls and waves to the honking cars, posing for pictures and soaking up the adoration of her fans. “Hey BritneyGirl, I love you!” someone screams from the opposite lane. “Love you too, baby,” Dale yells back, blowing a kiss. “They just love me out here,” she confides to the camera. And for good reason. Britney Girl Dale is a breath of fresh air in the increasingly stuffy world of drag.
Via Charm City Wire:
The film, now showing on YouTube and embedded below, shows Britney Girl Dale and her pal Anthony doing what they do best within their South Baltimore and Anne Arundel County stomping grounds. Britney Girl Dale’s mission is to entertain the masses- whether they want to be entertained or not. Already semi-famous, Britney has appeared on 98 Rock and has already broken YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook, in that order, but this film gives us a glimpse into her daily existence. Filmmaker Dan Bell shows us why Dale transforms himself into Britney, and Bell’s film shows the love, the hate, and the drama that revolves around the daily grind of being Ritchie Highway’s biggest star. The short is absolutely hilarious at times (especially when Anthony chimes in), but it’s not all beeps and hollas out there on the streets. There are also several sobering and sad moments that paint a complex picture of two of Baltimore’s most unique characters.
I’m just putting it out there now, you guys: BRITNEY GIRL DALE FOR SEASON 8 OF RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE!