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While social media is currently serving as a way to bring people together, it also allows the queens of Oops! to continue to financially support themselves. Dakota is a full-time drag queen and also models under her drag identity. “It is really cool that we are able to give a platform to people where this might be their only income for a while,” says Dakota. “This is our main source of income, and it is a scary time for people who work in the service industry who work in nightlife. This situation has highlighted how precarious our work is in this world.” Users were able to send tips through Paypal ([email protected]) and Venmo (@oopsgirls). Tips aside—which will no doubt be going to help the queens during these trying times—Dakota emphasizes that one of the main takeaways is that they are able to connect with people from further-flung places than they typically would be able to. “We are connected through Instagram and we are connected to people who aren’t normally at our shows,” says Dakota. “We have a Wednesday night show that might be kind of cliquey, and have people who work 9-to-5 at our regular show. We have a dedicated following that is pretty packed, but we get to bring in people who are normally working and wouldn’t go out on a night like tonight.” It’s far from the end too, and Oops! will hold another set next week. In other words, the show must go on.
The show had taken a week to set up. While it was described as a “DIY” moment, the queens did a stellar job given the sometimes glitchy circumstances. In fact, the digital setup even worked in their favor. Sixteen minutes into the show, one commenter wrote: “the earliest I’ve ever seen Oops! girls ready.” Of course, there were some technical features to figure out. One was that Instagram Live only lasts one hour, but the show would not end until the queens said so. (They split their sets in between Instagram Live tapings.) And in order to perfectly sync, they had to use time.gov and press play to the song at the same exact moment, sticking to “atomic time,” as Juku noted during the performance. The digital space allowed viewers to see the queens making their preparations in real time, like applying stick-on nails: clear for Juku, and a long square shape in a lacquer of lime green for Dakota. (The two passed nail glue between screens.) In the split-screen visuals, the two were also able to merge their faces together. To the yodeling, old-timey-style opening tune of “Vokaliz” by Enot, Dakota’s mouth sang, while Juku eyes cartoonishly mimicked her mouth. Later there were hip-swiveling renditions of Abba’s “Dancing Queen”; pouty-face filters, one of which had “Promote Homosexuality” on the forehead; and shot taking, which according to Dakota, tasted like wintergreen rubbing alcohol. All the while, except for sets, users were able to weigh in. “Screaaaaam,” “Biiiiiitch,” and “Luv from Europe” were some of the more enthusiastic comments.
I found out about the show thanks to the Instagram account for the Chinatown-based vintage store James Veloria, which had posted it on its stories asking for its followers to tune in. Oops! is typically composed of three people (West Dakota, Juku, and Magenta), but for its digital show courtesy of Instagram live—the first of its kind—it would feature mainstays Dakota and Juku, along with seven other guest performers, one of whom hailed from Bogotá, Colombia. The concept to take the act to social media was first sparked about a week ago when New York City began to shutter all nonessential establishments, which included restaurants and nightclubs, and the queens’ performance space at The Rosemont in Bushwick, Brooklyn. “I think this [the city’s decision] sent a lot of people spiraling,” says Dakota. “It is easy to feel defeated by all of this, but, if anything, it is opening up new possibilities with what we can do for our platforms and for drag.”
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