The UK’s biggest LGBTQ+ collective, Sink The Pink, are here to brighten up your Wednesdays with their new celeb-filled Instagram Live series, 'Pop Tarts'.

For the past year, clubbing has been put on hold, disco balls gathering dust as feet have not danced the night away on dancefloors around the world. Thankfully, Sink The Pink have not let that stop them from continuing their mission to ‘queer the norm’.


Here to lift our spirits, Sink The Pink have launched a weekly extravaganza, cheekily titled ‘Pop Tarts’. Every Wednesday at 7:30pm GMT, a legendary line-up has been crafted of filter-free and fabulous drag queens (as always) to interview the nation’s favourite pop stars in real-time on Instagram Live.

The series is sure to be full of entertainment. Perhaps we will get front row seats to Mel C swapping out her Spice Girls high kick for a death drop, Jonebenet Blonde and Nadine Coyle joining forces for a Girls Aloud lip sync or witness Jade Thirwall receiving a grilling over all things Little Mix, or a good old gossip with Sophie-Ellis Bextor.


Sink The Pink is never short of a famous face and joining those already named is current Dancing on Ice star Myleene Klass, Scissor Sisters’ Ana Matronic and lyricist Kate Nash. Welsh icon, Charlotte Church, was the first to appear on the series.


On the other side of the ‘table’ and ready to deliver burning questions are shining stars Finn Love, Joan Oh, TeTe Bang, Petite Lamé, Le Fil, Jonbenet Blonde, Dinah Luxe and current UK Drag Race favourite, Bimini Bon Boulash.


Tune in every Wednesday at 7:30pm over on Instagram @sink_the_pink.

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