English singer, songwriter and model Dua Lipa has been announced as the headline act for the 2020 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Party. The …
“No-one in a club wants to see a ballad after 11pm. And put some damn colour in that cheek, y’all are starting to look like corpses.”
2018 has been another tumultuous one for Australia’s LGBTI community, and the Star Observer has been there to cover the news every step of the way.
Australian dance music mainstays PNAU will be joined on the line-up by buzzed-about transgender pop starlet Kim Petras at next year’s Party on March 2.
“Aaahhhh tucking, I remember doing it as a kid and showing everybody on my street from my front veranda.”
This year’s guests have yet to be announced but Mardi Gras promises that they have plenty of surprises up their sleeves.
“Cher told me there was a life awaiting me beyond the pain of high school loneliness and closeted queerness.”
The packages are worth over $1,500 each and include entry to a 90-minute pre-show function.
“ALMOST FINISHED WITH ALBUM,” she tweeted. “THINK ITS GOOD,& (as we all know) I’M NOT A BIG CHER FAN”