The Pandora Boxx Show
About the Show
The Pandora Boxx Show
Heard Every Tuesday at 4pm PST Channel 1
The Pandora Boxx show is journey into pop culture, gay things and really weird news stories. International drag superstar Pandora Boxx is joined by comedian Samantha Hale on a weekly comedic take on the world. Along with a bevy of celebrity guests they tackle every thing from twerk power, to evil nuns, to victimized sausages and even haunted vaginas. The only thing you can expect for sure is laughs.
Drag queen, actor, comedian, recording artist, writer Pandora Boxx is like the best known as a contestant on the smash hit RuPaul’s Drag Race (Season 2 and All Stars). Despite not winning, Pandora proved to be the break-out star and was named by Entertainment Weekly as their ”America’s Next Drag Superstar.” EW.com said that hers was “the most controversial elimination of the season.” Fans voted her “Miss Congeniality” of the show, winning by “a landslide.” That popularity lead to becoming a drag professor on the spin-off show called RuPaul’s Drag U (Season 1 – 3) for which she was voted MVP by fans of the show. Pandora has also appeared in her own GLAAD award winning Absolut ‘Cocktail Cabaret’ commercial and had a sold out hit off-Broadway comedy show calledLick This Boxx. She’s even appeared as a video game vixen in the app RuPaul’s Drag Race: Dragopolis. Pandora has opened for some fabulous ladies like LeAnn Rimes, Chely Wright and comedy legend Roseanne Barr. Other appearances include: The Mysteries of Laura (NBC), Are You There, Chelsea? (NBC), RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars (Logo),One Night Stand Up: Dragtastic NYC (Logo), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC), Jeffrey & Cole Casserole (Logo), Clip of the Week on The Soup (E! Entertainment), People you Know (Web Series), X-Confident (Short), A Voice From A Lantern (Film), Steel Magnolias (Stage), The Lipstick Massacre (Stage) and her own recap show of RuPaul’s Drag Race: Drag Center (LogoTV.com).
In 2011, Pandora added recording artist to the list releasing the song Cooter! (written with Billboard recording artist Jipsta) which reached 56 on the iTunes dance chart. Following up on that success she released a follow up single Nice Car! (Shame About Your Penis) in October 2012 which reached the top 100 in the iTunes dance sales chart. Pandora hit the charts in 2013 with a parody (I Knew You Seemed Shady) of Aretha Franklin and George Michael’s I Knew You Were Waiting For Me, with controversial artist Adam Barta. That song reached 50 on the iTunes comedy sales chart. Her most recent song Unicorn reached the top 100 on the iTunes Sales Chart in April 2015.
Pandora was the creator, writer and star of the public access/internet show The GAY (means happy) SHOW! That show and other work were featured in several film festivals like the ImageOut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and the Berkeley Film and Video Festival (receiving two honorable mentions). In 2009, Pandora produced, starred in and wrote the hit play “The Lipstick Massacre,” a comedic murder mystery. The play premiered at Rochester’s MUCCC to four sold out shows which prompted its return several months later to the prestigious Geva Theatre Center, also in Rochester, to rave reviews. Currently, Pandora is a writer for the new Gay Voices section of the Huffington Post and this website’s SoapBoxx. Pandora’s recap show Drag Center will return for it’s fourth season in March.