The RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 3 winner, New York Times bestselling author, and UNHhhh personality will star in the network's new program Trixie Mattel: Drag Me Home, a docuseries chronicling her and partner David Silver's latest real estate venture as they move into their dream house in Los Angeles.
Debuting in summer 2024, the show will follow Trixie as she and Silver revamp and rehabilitate the property across four one-hour episodes.
From producers Drew and Jonathan Scott — otherwise known as the Property Brothers — Drag Me Home marks Trixie's second major TV show chronicling her budding empire as a property owner. In 2022, Trixie fronted Trixie Motel, a reality show that highlighted the opening of her retro Palm Springs resort — which is so popular that it was recently featured on several episodes of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.
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"I'm a drag queen. This motel is the ultimate stunt that no other drag queen or other celebrity would even attempt because it's psycho. It's psychotic to do this," Trixie previously told EW of developing Trixie Motel both as a show and a physical property that cost her around $2 million.
She also said that she had her eye on investing in other locations.
"David and I would love to open a drag club in Palm Springs. I'd love to open other motels and have those Trixie Motels reflect wherever they are. They'd match the vibe," she said. "The Trixie Motel Palm Springs is very California, very desert, so maybe one in Nashville that's a little more yee-haw that's aimed at bachelorettes, or one in Florida that's like a true vacation bungalow. Or maybe a Trixie Campground where drag queens are camp counselors with clip boards and whistles, and it's adult gay men in camper uniforms playing touch football and s---."
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