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Trinity the Tuck Brings the Laughs for 'Positive Mind-Set' Quarantine Playlist

Trinity the Tuck
Leo Llanos

Trinity the Tuck

In these bleak times, Trinity the Tuck is giving you permission to have a good laugh -- because, after all, why be miserable while trapped in your home when you can make some lemons out of lemonade.

That's why on Trinity the Tuck's new self-isolation playlist for Billboard Pride, she's here to make you laugh and have a good time in quarantine. "I thought about songs that would either make me laugh or make me feel good," she says of her new playlist. "I am trying to stay in a positive mind-set!"

The RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4 winner says she's certainly had to do her fair share of adjustments in isolation, including saving money and trying to stay away from others. Most of all, she says she's adjusting to life without performances, saying "The hardest change is just not working! I like to stay busy."

So Trinity is keeping busy by performing in PEG's brand-new Digital Drag Fest -- a weeklong series of 30-minute live-streamed shows from some of your favorite queens. Trinity performed her first two sold-out shows, titled "Quarantina (I’d Like to Keep My N95 On)." For fans who wanted to see the quarantine-themed one-woman show but didn't get the chance, don't worry: She's added a third show on Saturday, and tickets are available.

In the meantime, get into Trinity's new playlist below, and see why and how she picked each of her songs:

"Celine Dion's "All By Myself” and Robyn's “Dancing On My Own

These two are on my playlist because we clearly are doing social distancing and I am home and not hanging out with friends.

Britney Spears' “Breathe On Me” and Jessica Simpson's “Take My Breath Away”

I picked these for obvious reasons. Miss Corona literally takes our breath away.

Beyoncé's “Fever," Kylie Minogue's “Fever" and Lady Gaga's “The Cure"

These three are a must to be put on!

Gloria Gaynor's “I Will Survive,” Destiny's Child's “Survivor”and Britney Spears' “Till the World Ends"

We will get through this if the world doesn’t end!

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