Steve September 14, 2021

The Met Gala who? Never heard of her, sorry. In the UK, the 13 September was all about the premiere of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, which saw a galaxy of LGBT+ stars work the pink carpet.

Stars of the film and various Drag Race UK queens donned stunning outfits at the UK premiere of the upcoming musical.

Who needs A$AP Rocky and Rihanna when you’ve got Bimini Bon Boulash – who took over the Instagram page for Amazon Prime Video UK – not to mention Lawrence Chaney and Ellie Diamond?

Also in attendance were the cast of the upcoming season of Drag Race UK with Vanity Milan serving show girl, Charity Kase channeling Barbie and Choriza May as a giant flower.

Then of course there was the cast themselves, including Max Harwood, who plays the title character in the film and the real-life Jamie whose true story inspired the West End musical and film adaption.

The much-anticipated film is skipping cinemas and will be available from 17 September on Amazon Prime Video across the globe.

You can see some of the best looks and posts below and also find out how to stream the film.



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How to stream Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

The film will be available worldwide on Prime Video from 17 September. Viewers can sign up for a free 30-day trial and then pay £7.99 per month or £79.99 per year.

To find out more and to sign up and stream Everybody’s Talking About Jamie go to

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