There are three stars at Missie B's on a recent Monday night, all of them on televisions. Guy Fieri downs a deep-fried hot dog while two bartenders unblinkingly watch from behind the glittery bar. Several men are glued, with jaws dropped, to the latest Lady Gaga music video. And downstairs on the intimate stage, former Miss Gay Missouri belts out a ballad, her realness projected on three screens. A camera follows the twinkle of her six-column diamond choker as the drag queen walks to accept dollar bills from appreciative patrons. Someone waves a Crunch candy bar in her direction, and she graciously collects that, too. Combine all this stargazing with Missie B's fierce daily drink specials and its 3 a.m. closing time, and you get the finest and raunchiest dance party in town. It's an evening that is, in the words of drag-show host Tajma Stetson, totally "amazeballs" — "amazing" and "balls," her two favorite words combined.