Revry has partnered with Q.Digital and Lexus for the first-ever television broadcast of Q.Digital’s Queerties, the annual award show produced by entertainment site Queerty. You can celebrate the best in LGBTQ+ culture and media when the Queerties awards ceremony streams live at 6 pm PST/9 pm EST on February 24, 2021, on Revry.
The Queerties will also be available to view on Revry’s third-party channels on Samsung TV Plus, Roku Channels, Xumo, Stirr, Apple TV as well as on Queerty’s homepage, Facebook, and YouTube pages. So, there are numerous ways for you to watch and support this award show. Mark your calendar right now!
“We couldn’t be more excited to broadcast the Queerties this year,” shared Revry CEO and Co-Founder, Damian Pelliccione. “To showcase such incredible, diverse queer talent across all our channels, over 250 million households and devices, will allow everyone to tune-in and enjoy the fantastic show Q.Digital produces!”
The 2021 Queerties will be hosted by RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 12 Miss Congeniality Heidi N. Closet and Queerty Editor-in-Chief Dan Tracer. The show will include a musical performance by Bright Light Bright Light. Also, Q.Digital and Lexus will present Angelica Ross with the Groundbreaker Award, and Billy Eichner will receive the MVP Award. Yay!
“I’ve been voting for the Queerties as a fan for years, so it’s very exciting to not only be a nominee this year but the host of the show!” said fan-favorite Drag Queen Heidi N. Closet. “I’m honored to help celebrate so many amazing and diverse members of our community, and the incredible work they put out during such a challenging year.”
The virtual red carpet is looking forward to appearances by Nicco Annan (P-Valley), James Bland (Giants), Isis King, Jai Rodriguez, Cameron Esposito, Shangela, Jinkx Monsoon, Willam, Alaska, Isabel Torres, Jo Ellen Pellman, and many more.
This year saw fans breaking records with more than 1.5 million votes across 23 categories, including Drag Royalty, Favorite Podcast, Favorite Instagram and TikTok Follows, Best Documentary, and more.
“Our readers are incredibly tuned-in to pop culture, so the Queerties provide a perfect outlet to make their voices heard,” said Tracer. “This year is extra exciting because the show is streaming, so voters from all around the world will get to attend for the first time!”
Take note; rebroadcasts will also be available on Revry to watch for free On Demand.
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(via press release)
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