RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio is taking on Hollywood in her new two-episode Logo comedy special Not Today Bianca — but before she can achieve ultimate fame, the hilariously hateful comic is getting some sage advice from one Hollywood vet — Tori Spelling!
The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum and soon-to-be mother of five guests on Del Rio’s show, making fun of herself while giving the reality star tips on how to make it in the entertainment industry.
“Do you have a rich daddy that produces a lot of TV shows?” Spelling asks in an exclusive sneak peek, poking fun at how she was cast on her father Aaron Spelling‘s hit ’90s soap.
“It helps a little bit if you can beg your father to put you in something and then pretend to the world that you auditioned for it,” Spelling added. “Like, huge! ”
It’s good advice — but as Tori explains, it’s not fool-proof.
“Then, once he’s gone, it all goes to s—.” she says. “And you have to work your way up that Hollywood hill.”
As for how to stay grounded, Tori warns Del Rio to avoid the Hollywood fads — saying “they are all bulls—.”
“I’ve done gluten, non-gluten, vegan, paleo, pilates, yoga, anal bleaching, vaginal steaming …,” she lists. The only thing that worked? The “primal scream.”
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“Take yourself to the deepest, darkest, worst day of your life,” she explains before launching into a blood-curdling yell.
The hilarious appearance is just one of the cameos fans can expect on Not Today Bianca, which also chronicles Del Rio’s attempt to book herself on Jimmy Kimmel Live and feature Marissa Jaret Winokur, Kristen Johnston, Ross Mathews and the insult comic’s patron saint of drag: RuPaul.
Both episodes of Not Today Bianca are part of Logo’s “Sleigh the Holidays” programming block, which will continue through New Year’s Day and include former View co-host Michelle Collins and RuPaul’s Drag Race alums Shangela and Ginger Minj, among others.
Not Today Bianca premieres Dec. 15 at 9 p.m. ET on Logo.