Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore was driven into Town Hall on a motorbike by one of the Dykes on Bikes last night, in a stunning …
“It wasn’t until Australia became an entrant and I moved into the gay bubble in Sydney that I realised [Eurovision] is kinda cool and got patriotic myself.”
“Everyone living in a country where LGBT rights are off the public agenda is a hero to me.”
Wurst said that an ex-boyfriend had threatened to out her as positive.
Conchita Wurst talks to the Star Observer about Dami Im’s new role as Australia’s Eurovision contestant for 2016.
The Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here singer will join the likes of Conchita Wurst and Courtney Act to perform live at the biggest LGBTI pride party in the southern hemisphere.
The Eurovision 2014 winner has been announced as a headline act for the post-parade Mardi Gras Party.
The world’s most famous bearded lady, Conchita Wurst, will finally be part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival with a concert at the Sydney Opera House. David Alexander caught up with her to talk about her recent involvement in Adelaide’s Feast Festival, the high calibre of Australian drag queens, and Australia’s return to Eurovision in 2016.