WILHEMINA IS ENRAGED BY HER DRAG QUEEN IMPERSONATOR,
AND BETTY GETS AN AWARD FOR HER BLOG, ON ABC'S "UGLY BETTY"
Vanessa Williams' Real-Life Brother, Chris Williams, Portrays Wilhediva Hater
Additional Guest Stars Include Kristen Johnston, RuPaul Charles and Carlos Leon
"Chica and the Man" � Wilhemina is furious when she discovers she has a drag queen impersonator � Wilhediva Hater (portrayed by Vanessa Williams' brother, Chris Williams). The fur flies with unexpected results amid guest stars who include RuPaul Charles as Rudolph, the emcee of the cabaret. Meanwhile Betty receives an award for her blog, which causes tension between her and Daniel. When she vents online, her fans in blogosphere escalate the feud, and the press hounds Daniel. Amanda rehires Helen (Kristen Johnston), but Willie orders Amanda to fire her -- which Amanda just can't bring herself to do. And Marc runs his own photo shoot with a famous director (played by Carlos Leon) and actress, on "Ugly Betty," WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Note: This episode was originally scheduled for January 27. It now replaces "Smokin' Hot," which moves to February 10.
"Ugly Betty" stars America Ferrera as Betty Suarez, Eric Mabius as Daniel Meade, Tony Plana as Ignacio, Ana Ortiz as Hilda, Judith Light as Claire Meade, Becki Newton as Amanda, Michael Urie as Marc, Mark Indelicato as Justin and Vanessa Williams as Wilhelmina Slater.
Guest starring are Kristen Johnston as Helen, Chris Williams as Wilhediva Hater/Robert, Carlos Leon as Diego Martinez, Patricia Velasquez as Victoria Velez, Anjelah Johnson as Wendy, Danielle DiVecchio as Callie, RuPaul Charles as Rudolph, Ali Ahn as Fiona, Candi Shell as herself, Jeff Hiller as man, Justin Bond as Manna Wintour, Hedda Lettuce as herself and Varla Jean Merman as herself.
"Chica and the Man" was written by Gail Lerner and directed by Victor Nelli, Jr.
"Ugly Betty" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to airdate.
For more information on "Ugly Betty," visit ABC.com.