AN anti-Trump drag queen sashayed her way into the first day of Donald Trump's impeachment hearing ready to "cause a ruckus".
Pissi Myles, 32, wore a towering blonde wig, red high heels and a short dress to match - far from the suits traditionally seen near the Capitol.
Pissi Myles was seen fiercely strutting among men in suits for the first day of Donald Trump's impeachment hearingCredit: AFP or licensors
Security paid particular attention to the drag performer's big blonde wigCredit: Twitter
Earlier today, Pissi wrote that she would likely be seen 'probably causing a ruckus'Credit: AP:Associated Press
She strutted her way into Longworth House, in Washington D.C., to report on the first day of the impeachment hearings.
Before the day began, Pissi, of Asbury Park, New Jersey, wrote on Facebook that she would be seen "probably causing a ruckus in day drag."
She told NBC News: "I’m flipping my wig over the high-energy proceedings today.
"Tensions are high, and the bar for who’s allowed in the Longworth House is very, very low."
She's often remarked on how some days it feels more like reality TV than the news.
David Ayllon, husband of drag performer Pissi Myles
When asked about Pissi's political allegiances, her husband David Ayllon told The Sun online she was "not a fan" of Trump "AT ALL".
He added: "I can't really speak for her but the entire political climate is just insane.
"She's often remarked on how some days it feels more like reality TV than the news.
"I THINK he thinks the president is corrupt… but I don't want to speak for him just in case"
One photograph of the award winning performer showed her as she travelled through security, who paid particular attention to her large hair.
David told The Sun online: "He was worried they'd make him remove his wig.
"It's intricately duct taped to his head, so that would've been difficult."
Reporter Heidi Przybyla also commented on Pissi's grand entrance.
She tweeted: "Someone did just ask me last night if there’s anything in D.C. that surprises me anymore."
Pissi and her husband David Ayllon got married weeks after Trump's election after they feared gay marriage may be revokedCredit: Jeff Eason
David told The Sun online that Pissi was 'not a fan' of Trump 'AT ALL'Credit: Facebook
Pissi, real name Joe D'Angio, and husband David decided to tie the knot early, on December 9, 2016, after Trump was elected President.
David added: "We were afraid of what would happen with Trump/Pence in power.
"We decided to get married a few weeks after the election just in case they changed the laws around gay marriage."
Pissi recruited to cover the hearing by Happs, an open-source live news network, while she performed at her weekly New York show Barracuda, on Sunday.
'VERY POLITICALLY ACTIVE'
David told The Sun online: "They were looking for a comedian that could improv live and deliver the news in a fun and refreshing way.
"And Pissi is already very politically active, so it was the perfect opportunity to be there live."
Pissi who has been a drag queen for six years is now in the political spotlight for the "very first time", David added
Meanwhile her husband, who works as her manager, photographer and web designer, is happy to see Pissi getting recognition.
He said: "I'm always so proud of him, he's worked really hard to build the career that he has now.
"It's so awesome seeing so many new people finding him for the first time."
Pissi was reporting on the first day of the impeachment hearings todayCredit: AP:Associated Press
She was recruited on Sunday by someone who was looking for a fast-think drag performer
Pissi has been a drag performer for six years and also hosts a podcast called My Gay Spooky Family