RuPaul's Drag Race's Ross Mathews On Joke He Made After Meeting "Three-Fifths of the Spice Girls"

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RuPaul's Drag Race's Ross Mathews On Joke He Made After Meeting "Three-Fifths of the Spice Girls"

"RuPaul's Drag Race" judge Ross Mathews started his pop culture career as an intern on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" back in 2001. Now, he's an award-winning author releasing a second book, Name Drop: The Really Good Celebrity Stories I Usually Only Tell at Happy Hour.

From his publisher: "In Name Drop, Ross dishes about being an unlikely insider in the alternate reality that is showbiz, like that time he was invited by Barbara Walters to host 'The View'—only to learn his hero did not suffer fools; his Christmas with the Kardashians, which should be its own holiday special; and his news-making talk with Omarosa on 'Celebrity Big Brother,' which, as it turns out, was just the tip of the iceberg. Holding nothing back, Ross shares the most treasured and surprising moments in his celebrity-filled career, and proves that while exposure may have made him a little bit famous, he is still as much a fanboy as ever."

"I love this stuff, so this book — I felt an obligation to write it [for other] superfans," Ross says.

"One of my favorite chapters is the Spice Girls chapter — I was lucky enough to meet three-fifths of the Spice Girls," he adds.

The "Zig-a-Zig A-maretto Sour" in Name Drop is inspired by the hit Spice Girls song "Wannabe." Watch Ross dish about his new book and make it for Rach in the video above.

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