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Digital Subscriptions > Attitude > May 2019 > START YOUR ENGINES


From Pit Crew duties on Drag Race — wearing just his undies — to his day job as aerospace engineer, Bryce Eilenberg, 30, is always on the go
Photography Raul Romo@raulromo

As told to Tim Heap

Styling Gabriel Langenbrunner@langygang

So you’re back on screen for the new series of Drag Race, as part of the Pit Crew. You’ve done it for quite a few years now, is it fun?

I’ve befriended the cast and crew over the years, so every time we film it’s like going to a big, happy family reunion. It’s a blessing to be back each year and it’s not something I take for granted. And, of course, Ru is such a pleasure to be around.

What’s been your favourite moment on the show?

My single favourite challenge so far was the Breastworld episode from season 10 because I got to have fun with a dramatic death scene when Eureka shot me with her laser gun (it totally wasn’t a hair dryer with glitter). That said, my favourite type of challenges are when the queens have to make their own skits or advertisements. It’s great to interact with them as they come up with creative ways to use us as human props. The whole process is absurd, silly fun.

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