Wendy Jo Smith, better known as the foul mouthed, hilarious singer/comedian and rapper Wendy HO- is the number one “female drag queen” in the country and a Billboard top 10 comedic recording artist. Her music has been covered by queens worldwide, chances are if you’ve been to a drag show, you’ve heard her music. She most recently was the only biological female cast member on The Divas of Drag Tour  proving it doesn’t matter what’s under your dress a QUEEN IS A QUEEN!

In 2014 her “Greatest Shits” album ran on the top 10 Billboard comedy charts for over 3 months alongside comedians like: Sarah Silverman, Louis CK, and The Lonely Island.  She has also been impersonated by Jennifer Coolidge on Ryan Murphy’s Nip/Tuck, in their take on Wendy Ho’s original song and video “Bitch, I Stole Yo Purse!,” You can see their version of  the song here: FX’s Nip/Tuck Hot Coco.

Wendy Ho tours non-stop nationally making appearances on drag shows, hosting comedy shows, and/or giving you up to a 90 minute one woman show, “The Wendy Ho Show.”  She has played every kind of venue imaginable: gay bars, comedy clubs, theaters, cabarets, and yes, even weddings and living rooms. Her act is always evolving with original songs and parodies. Scores of other drag artists cover  her songs: “Fuck Me!” , “Poop Noodle.”, and “Public Place.” She is often imitated, never duplicated.

Ho resides in Los Angeles with her film-maker husband Stas Tagios (who collaborates with her on many videos).  When In Southern California, she hosts and performs with Chad Michael’s Dreamgirls Revue, and can also be seen at Hamburger Mary’s and The Hollywood Improv. She has also opened for comedy legends Sandra Bernhard and Margaret Cho. 

Of course, you can always catch her work as interpreted by drag queens around the world, and probably in your very own club–Don’t believe us? Check out this playlist of queens who have covered her work!

Contact us today for booking options of this true HOriginal diva talent: Wendy Ho.

 For the full on story of how Wendy Jo became Wendy Ho, listen to this podcast interview with the Queen Diva of Drag Herself: RuPaul