On September 5, the Miss Gay Long Island 2010 took place at the Bunk House, in Sayville, and Madison Mansfield, Edwina Scudevich and Logan Hardcore emerged with the top titles, while Monica Storm and Daisy Divine were named runners-up. Ariel Sinclair hosted the contest, on behalf of Bunk House owners Eileen Shapiro and Colin Hogan.
Madison Mansfield's winning number was a medley that included "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" and "Dreamgirl(s)," and, in the absence of Miss Long Island 2009 Epiphany, Miss LI 2008 Josie Meow crowned her Miss LI 2010. Monica Storm, demanding, "Don't change me," dressed in punk/leather costume, was named first runner-up to Madison. Ooofaaa Mary, a vision in white, then in zebra stripes ("This is my life, this is my song"); Delfina Best, doing "I Got You, Babe," dressed half as Sonny and half as Cher; Billy Little, with a dead-on Wanda Sykes impersonation; Lady Blue ("'Cause I'm a Woman," "Womanizer," and "Absolutely Not" medley); and Violet Storm, giving us a "Legally Blonde" selection, were the other contenders for the title.
Named the Campiest, Edwina did a vigorous workout and finally fell on and destroyed her (cardboard) boom box. Lenox Extravaganza, dressed as Baby Jane Hudson and singing, "I've Written a Letter to Daddy," and Dixie Normous, offering Wendy Ho's "Fuck Me," competed against Edwina.
Logan won the Miss Bunk House title, with Daisy Divine her runner-up. Gigi Glamour, rhymes with l'amour, and Crystal Storm were the other contestants in this category.
WBLI radio's Chloe introduced the contest judges, who were Lisa Bacall (head judge), Charity Charles, Gina Marie Versace, Peggy Pussy, Carlos Anthony Lopez, China, Josie, and this writer, all of us well attended, during the evening, by Bunk House hunk Michael.
Ariel began the event with a parody of "Wizard of Oz" songs. Peggy Pussy's comic routine included Sherry Vine's scatological parody of Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" and ended with her showing off her skid marks. Special guest Porsche entertained by singing a song from "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" ("Wig from the shelf").