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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Judges Help Raise Over $250,000 for LGBTQ Adoption Agency

Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor RuPaul and the “RuPaul’s Drag Race” judges raised more than $250,000 for Extraordinary Families on Thursday night at an event in Hancock Park. Michelle Visage, Ross Mathews, Carson Kressley and Jeffrey Bower Chapman co-hosted the celebration for the adoption and foster agency that works with LGBTQ+ parents and kids. World of Wonder co-founder, Drag Race producer and co-host for the night Fenton Bailey announced $250,00 and counting had been donated. Extraordinary Families CEO Barnaby Murff thanked Bailey, who is also on the organization’s board and has two adopted children with his filmmaker husband Billy Luther.

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Drew Barrymore has heartfelt conversation about love and marriage amid co-host’s upcoming nuptials
Drew Barrymore may be the star of The Drew Barrymore Show, she's very clear about the fact that she couldn't do it without her beloved co-pilot, Ross Mathews.MORE: Drew Barrymore shares glimpse into relationship with her ex-husband’s new wifeHe's been with the star through all the two successful seasons of the popular daytime show, which began in September of 2020, and he will continue to bring his bright energy to the show in its third season, for which it was recently renewed.The television reporter is Drew's right hand man during the show's initial segment, Drew's News, where the two go over the latest positive headlines.WATCH: Drew reacts to Britney Spears' heartfelt tribute to herMORE: Drew Barrymore grows emotional as she's surprised with someone from her past live on-airFans of the show are no strangers to hearing Ross often mention to his fiancé, Wellington García, who he affectionately calls Welly, and now they get to actually see the happy couple live on air, as it was announced on Wednesday's episode that their are The Knot magazine's latest cover stars.Audiences were in for an even more exciting surprise, when the stars announced that he was actually joining the two on stage. As he joined, the three hilariously referred to each other as the hottest throuple on daytime television, with the actress admitting that she loves to third wheel.A post shared by The Drew Barrymore Show (@thedrewbarrymoreshow)The sweet conversationShe even teased that she would be "the flower girl at their wedding" and that she already has her dress picked out.MORE: Drew Barrymore has candid conversation about break-ups where she admits she tried to get back together with an exMORE: Drew Barrymore wows in swimsuit video - but fans focus
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Drew Barrymore is on the market and she's just been very clear about her type and just who she's into.MORE: Drew Barrymore opens up about how her tumultuous childhood influenced her approach to parentingDuring The Drew Barrymore Show's popular opening segment, Drew's News, where Drew and co-host Ross Mathews discuss the latest positive headlines, to the star's surprise, one of them involved her.The two got to talking about celebrity crushes and their type, and the morning show host's unexpected answer got everyone talking.WATCH: Drew reacts to Britney Spears' tribute to herMORE: Drew Barrymore makes rare comment about daughter as she reveals unusual upcoming celebrationThe candid conversation came about after Ross revealed that when Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe was asked who his top three celebrity crushes are, despite the fact that he's been in a relationship for ten years with actress Erin Darke, he did admit that Cameron Diaz, Juno Temple, and none other than Drew herself were on the top of his list.The star quickly responded with: "That is crazy, it seems like he has a type!" She admitted that she did Google the couple, and thought they were very lovely.The two went on to reveal who their celebrity and first crushes were, and while the actress' co-host had fairly common answers, such as Andrew Garfield, Mario Lopez and his first crush being Aladdin, her's was a little more unusual.