BenDeLaCreme has also cemented her legacy in the world of drag from her memorable runs on Drag Race, along with her projects behind the scenes with her production company BenDeLaCreme Presents.
Although they've both thrived in their solo careers, there's something magical that happens when these two come together. Thankfully, fans get to see what they do best on their upcoming holiday tour called The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show.
Fans can expect a brand new show filled with camp, holiday cheer, and everything that makes a gay old time to close out 2023.
"It does get better every year and that's because the audiences are so good to us every year. In the last few years, we've been putting these characters in the craziest situations we can think of. This year, we're going more of a supernatural direction. It's like White Christmas meets Poltergeist meets Looney Tunes," Monsoon says.
"We just throw every idea at the wall, no matter how crazy, and a lot of the crazy ones still stick. It's an overwhelming endeavor, but it's something that has become increasingly natural to us," BenDeLaCreme adds.
While the show certainly takes audiences on a wild and fun ride, the real joy for Jinkx and DeLa is the bond they've built as entertainers and best friends.
"Who else but my sister DeLa would be willing to go on such a cooky journey with me? When you are passionate about what you do and you get to do it with people you love, the work is fun. We have a great dynamic working together. It's not always easy, but it's usually fun," Monsoon shares.
As an election nears around the corner, the queens are hoping to end the year on a positive note and empower the queer community to head into 2024 with a positive mentality.
"What is a wonderful byproduct of these horrible times we're living in as queer people is that we are just craving authenticity. I love to provide entertainment while still touching on the subjects that are important to our community at this time," Monsoon says.
"It's about coming together and laughing and realizing that you have all of these thousands of people that are kindred spirits. Things are working against us so strongly. We need to constantly be remembering that just because we created a tradition together as a family, it doesn't mean that we don't have to maintain it and work to push it forward," BenDeLaCreme concludes.
Tickets to see The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show are available here. To see the full interview with Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme, check out the video below.