Strictly Come Dancing’s Michelle Visage is to spill her funniest and most controversial Twitter chats, moments and debates at event.
Michelle Visage has also appeared on Celebrity Big Brother and is a regular on Ru Paul’s Drag Race.
“I love a good Twitter chat, I mean who doesn’t! I can happily scroll for hours getting stuck into a good thread. They have that special way of bringing people together from all sides of the globe – whether for a hot debate or just sharing something simple that’s made you laugh. I’ve pulled together my favourite tweets and threads ready to share with the audience at Thread Talks – get ready Samsung KX it’s going to be one hell of a night!” – Michelle Visage
Michelle Visage – one of the stars on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing and long-time judge of RuPaul’s Drag Race, has today been announced as the latest celebrity guest speaker to headline ‘Thread Talks’ – a series of exclusive ‘in conversation’ free events celebrating the world of Twitter threads and conversations.
Michelle will join host Alex Zane on Monday 2nd December 2019 to share her favourite, funniest and most controversial Twitter experiences to a live audience at the new Samsung KX experience space in Coal Drops Yard, London.
Launched in association with Twitter, the hour-long, free event will feature Michelle performing a reading of her favourite spats and chats from the Twittersphere, as well as an intimate question and answer session with the audience and host. She joins a diverse array of outstanding speakers performing at the venue’s Centre Stage in front of the world’s first vertical 10metre-wide curved Samsung screen.
Celebrity guest speakers have already included influential journalist and renowned author Caitlin Moran and radio, TV host and I’m a Celeb star Roman Kemp, sports journalist Colin Murray and Gavin and Stacey star Mathew Horne.
“We are seeing more and more people – as well as brands – embracing Threads as a creative way to express themselves and tell their stories on Twitter. It’s fantastic that some of these amazing conversations will be brought to life through the Thread Talks series.” – David Wilding, Director of Planning at Twitter UK
Michelle Visage – Monday 2nd December – 7pm – 8.30pm; Tickets available now.