Don't let the fact that Caroline Reid is a straight woman fool you. Brought up under the collective wing of some of Australia's most notorious drag queens, her kitschy, sharp-tongued air hostess alter-ego Pam Ann (a play on the moniker of the now-defunct Pan American Airways) is as crass, acerbic and gleefully gay as you could hope for. Known for her brazenly blunt critique of all things trolley dolly, Pam Ann resonates not only with the jilted pillow-less sojourner, but also with the first-class, private-jet contingent. She counts Madonna and Elton John among her celebrity fans and has opened for Cher at Wembley Stadium. After conquering America on her first tour last fall, Pam Ann is headlining four nights at Caroline's on Broadway in NYC, April 1 - April 4 (with two shows Friday and Saturday nights).
We caught up with Pam Ann for a special Face to Face video interview during which we discussed celebrities she'd love to have fly her friendly skies, turning back time with Cher, and her mission to bring gay dance parties to the moon:
For more on Pam Ann, visit her official website, and to get tickets to her upcoming shows at Caroline's, head here.
To read our interview with Pam Ann from last October, head here.