June 11 is Jan’s birthday.
I didn’t blog about Jan yesterday because I was distracted by other things. Looking back on my previous posts, that is par for the course this time of year. My mind is in a million places at once. I need to pick a lane.
Jan also needs to pick a lane. I adore her, but I wasn’t surprised whatsoever when she was eliminated from “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” I don’t believe that she has figured out that the bright, sunny girl in the photo above (raising money for charity during the COVID-19 lockdown no less), is the girl who could have won “Drag Race.”
Nevertheless, she wants to be all things to all people. Maybe she has Sagittarius rising? I don’t know because I don’t have a time of birth for her. I know that she has a Pisces moon, so I would strongly advise her to stay away from drugs and alcohol — especially prescription drugs! That’s a killer combo, literally!
In a way, she reminds me of a lot of Gemini natives whose exuberance and outgoing personalities can be a little grating. But to be honest, I’d rather be around a million terminally delightful queens like Jan than just one terminally bitchy queen like Widow Von’Du.
I think Jan actually has what it takes to win an “All Stars” season in the future if she can just refine her drag so that we know who we are actually looking at. She needs to stop trying to be dark and edgy (things that I do not associate with her sun sign whatsoever), and understand that most successful Gemini drag performers don’t straddle every single genre of drag ever invented. Some people can get away with that, but when I see a perky cheerleader/Broadway queen like Jan dressed as Edward Scissorhands, the first thing that comes to my mind is “Sure, Jan.”
I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels this way.