“It’s obviously such a difficult and weird time to be gay, and if [LGBT people] come to one of my shows and find a space where they can be free to be themselves, I feel that.”
Kylie will kick off her tour with a show on Tuesday March 5 at the ICC Sydney Theatre, which means Mardi Gras will unofficially run just a little longer next year.
“My fans are predominantly straight men who I’ve only just come out to, so I did worry that I’d lose a lot of support.”
Taking to social media after the concert, the singer said she “would love to come back for my fans when the time is right and hopefully see a room full of rainbows.”
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“I wasn’t on our [Mardi Gras] float for five minutes before girls from other floats came over to make out with me.”