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Drag Race star Jimbo plays a big-breasted Ghostface in Joseph Shepherd’s debut music video

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Joseph Shepherd has launched his pop career with the help of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs the World star Jimbo. Best known as the host of Exposed, a YouTube series in which he interviews various queens from the Drag Race franchise, Shepherd has taken the “leap” and pursued a career in music with the infectious anthem, Don’t Call Me.

On why now was the perfect time for him to become a fully-fledged pop star, Joseph tells GAY TIMES that “getting out of the corporate job world gave me a new outlook on life.” “I felt like my creativity could fully blossom,” he says. “When you’re producing shows in the corporate entertainment world, your creativity and ideas are always either denied or changed so much that your vision never comes to life. “So I said, ‘Let’s become that pop star.

Let’s make those 90s and early 2000s music videos. Let’s just have fun!'” The clip for Don’t Call Me, which says stemmed from the “annoyance” of speaking on the phone, sees Joseph pay homage to Wes Craven’s critically-acclaimed horror franchise, Scream, and Drew Barrymore’s iconic opening kill in the original. “I have always had a fascination with horror movies and absolutely love watching all of the bad B or even C horror films that are hidden on Amazon Prime or Hulu,” he explains. “We all thought [Drew] was going to be the main character of the movie as she was on all posters and top on billing but surprise, she was the first killed.

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