Are you tired of eating a chalupa while watching “RuPaul’s Drag Race” from your couch? Well, those days could be behind you.

Some lucky fans of the fast-food restaurant will have the chance to watch drag performances from the comfort of a Taco Bell Cantina.

Taco Bell kicked off their new drag brunch on May 1 at its flagship cantina in Las Vegas. In May to June, the Taco Bell Drag Brunch Tour will make its way to four other cities: Chicago, Nashville, New York City and Fort Lauderdale.

Drag performer and Taco Bell Drag Brunch host Kay Sedia attends a show May 1, 2022, at the Las Vegas, Nevada, Taco Bell Cantina.
A Taco Bell Drag Brunch Tour promotional image.

The idea for the brunch came from members within Taco Bell’s LGBTQIA+ employee resource group, Live Más Pride, according to a company press release.

“We understand the importance of creating safe spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community and are thrilled to provide a unique experience that spotlights and celebrates the wonderful art form of drag and its influence in culture with their chosen families,” said Sean Tresvant, global chief brand officer at Taco Bell.

Drag performer and “taco extraordinaire” Kay Sedia hosts each show, which is open to adults.

The Las Vegas show featured local drag performers Coco Montrese, Mirage Amuro and Anetra. Each brunch also spotlights the It Gets Better Project, a non-profit organization to empower LGBTQ youth.

Among the Taco Bell breakfast offerings available to attendees: a new $5 Bell Breakfast Box, coffee, mimosas and more items.

Last Vegas drag artist Mirage Amuro performs at the Taco Bell Drag Brunch Tour in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Kay Sedia speaks to the crowd with local drag performers, from left to right, Mirage Amuro, Anetra and Coco Montrese during the first stop in Taco Bell's drag brunch tour.

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