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The “Brady Bunch” is getting a fabulous new look as stars of the classic series will join “RuPaul’s Drag Race” alums in a special crossover episode in time for Pride Month, reported Entertainment Weekly.
Paramount Plus is bringing the two shows together for “Dragging the Classics: The Brady Bunch,” in which “Drag Race” stars will take on some of the roles of the iconic blended family sitcom. The Snatch Game is shook!
The special will reimagine the season 2 “Brady Bunch” episode “Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?”
Original cast members Mike Lookingland and Christopher Knight will reprise their roles as Bobby and Peter Brady, respectively. While Barry Williams, who played eldest brother Greg, will now portray family patriarch Mike Brady. Actresses Eve Plumb, who originally played middle sister Jan, and Susan Olsen, who played youngest sister Cindy, will appear in supporting roles.
Fans of “Drag Race” will be gagging over who is playing the rest of the Brady clan.
“All-Stars 5” winner Shea Couleé will portray eldest sister Marcia Brady, Season 6 winner Bianca Del Rio will take on the mother role of Carol Brady, “All-Stars 6” contestant Kylie Sonique Love is the new Jan Brady, season 13 finalist Kandy Muse is Cindy Brady, and season 11 Miss Congeniality Nina West will play the family housekeeper, Alice.
BenDeLaCreme, a contestant on“All Stars” Season 3, will appear out of drag to take on the role of Greg Brady.
RuPaul and Michelle Visage will also make an appearance as the Wig Attendant and his assistant Helen, respectively.
Maureen McCormick, who starred as eldest sister Marcia, must have sashayed away as she is the only living original cast member not taking part in the special.
News of the crossover special comes as “RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars 6” is set to begin streaming on Friday, June 24th.
Get ready, henny! “Dragging the Classics: The Brady Bunch'' will premiere Wednesday, June 30 on Paramount+.