Drag Race star Milk strips to a thong for steamy Gay Times photoshoot

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We hope you’re not lactose intolerant, ’cause this is a whole lotta Milk.

Season six of RuPaul’s Drag Race brought us some of the most memorable contestants to have ever sashayed down the runway, but no one served more outrageous and game-changing looks than Milk.

Prosthetic noses, beards and baby bumps – this queen brought it all, and inspired many that followed her.

Now, she’s getting a second chance to snatch the crown as she returns to the work room for All Stars season three on 25 January. To celebrate, Gay Times caught up with Milk for a revealing interview… and an even more revealing photoshoot.

“Being on RuPaul’s Drag Race season six in 2014 was a momentous moment in my life,” she told Gay Times.

“That being said, I was still a little inexperienced. My lip sync for my life was only the third time I had ever lip synced on stage. So I was pretty new.

“I have grown a lot in the now four years since we filmed it. You learn a lot in four years… ask a college graduate.”

Milk continued: “My performance style has grown, my aesthetic has become refined, and I now know what a lace-front wig is!”

You can find the full photoshoot and interview with Milk in the January 2018 issue of Gay Timeswhich is available to buy here.

Laith Ashley, Dustin Lance Black and Trixie and Katya make up our three covers.

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