Hot Box

Christeene's latest video, y'all

Hot Box

Christeene Vale was recently spotted flash-mobbing food courts, gyms, and the Church of Scientology for the upcoming video "African Mayonnaise," but tomorrow night at the ND at 501 Studios, the local singer unveils her latest work.

"Workin' on Grandma" follows up classic Christeene videos like "Tears From My Pussy" and "Fix My Dick," and if this video is anything like those, you're in for a terrifying ride through smeared makeup, raw skin, and weird feelings.

Local Queen tribute band Magnifico! opens, then the video premieres, then you enter the nightclub trash theater terrordome of Christeene. 10pm - ???.

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