[35] [36] [37] Since July 2018 she has hosted a podcast with fellow Drag Race alumna Willam Belli . VH1 Announces Scared Famous Starring Tiffany Pollard, Erica Mena, Drita D’Avanzo, Alaska Thunderf–k, and More! On last night’s episode of Scared Famous Alaska wasn’t looking too well and instead of trying to call a doctor the roommates were thinking about calling a priest.
I especially love scenes where they're all supposed to be scared about something in the house and they all play along but do things like put a pan on a burner to get ready to cook while saying how scared … by Christopher Rudolph 8/24/2017. Scared Famous is a hilarious tale of 10 reality stars who move into a haunted estate and compete in frightening challenges.

Alaska Is “Scared Famous” In VH1’s New Horror Reality Series From drag queen to scream queen. Don't miss the series premiere on Monday, October 23rd at 9/8c. I hope NY and Alaska make it til the end... they are a hoot. Alaska, what is the problem sis? ! [35] [36] [37] Since July 2018 she has hosted a podcast with fellow Drag Race alumna Willam Belli . Get ready for … Don't miss the series premiere on Monday, October 23rd at 9/8c.
Alaska competed in the first season of VH1's Scared Famous, which premiered on October 23, 2017, and placed 6th in the competition.

Scared Famous is a horror reality television series hosted by Redman.It features ten cast members from various VH1 shows competing in horror-themed challenges inside a haunted house in Savannah, Georgia for a prize of up to $100,000 for their favorite charity.

With Don Benjamin, Jakeita Days, Eva Marcille, Erica Mena.

Scared Famous is a hilarious tale of 10 reality stars who move into a haunted estate and compete in frightening challenges. In a haunted house lets see who lasts! Alaska competed in the first season of VH1's Scared Famous, which premiered on October 23, 2017, and placed 6th in the competition. VH1 Announces Scared Famous Starring Tiffany Pollard, Erica Mena, Drita D’Avanzo, Alaska Thunderf–k, and More! There was a lot of potential, but providing lavish accommodations to ten VH1 reality show stars without ever actually scaring them in a show called "Scared Famous" is not just embarrassing, it makes you wonder how such