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Cher has announced her first Australian tour in more than a decade, and her fans are thrilled. This September and October, the singer will be bringing her Here We Go Again Tour to arenas in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Newcastle, Adelaide and Perth. The tour will kick off at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre on Wednesday September …

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Orange is the New Black star Lea DeLaria will come to Brisbane in June to perform a jazz concert. DeLaria achieved overnight stardom with her role as Carrie “Big Boo” Black in the hit Netflix prison drama Orange is the New Black, but DeLaria has been a multi-talented comedian, actress, and jazz musician for decades. …

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Community group Lesbians Incorporated is offering grants of up to $1000 each for projects around the country that support lesbians or queer women. Lesbians Inc is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that advocates for and supports all lesbians and queer women including those who are transgender, non-binary, bisexual, queer or asexual. Since 2000, the group has …

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said people were “very mean” to Cher after she took a controversial photo with him at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras earlier this month. The singer, who headlined the Mardi Gras afterparty, subsequently apologised to fans after some criticised her for posing for the snap. Turnbull told radio …

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Orange Is The New Black stars Lea DeLaria, Danielle Brooks, and Yael Stone crashed a Sydney couple’s wedding recently. Actresses Lea DeLaria (Big Boo), Yael Stone (Lorna Morello) and Danielle Brooks (Taystee) were among the Netflix stars who were in Australia to attend the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on Saturday night. Local …

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Former rugby league star Ian Roberts has warned boxer Anthony Mundine of the consequences of the athlete’s recent anti-gay rants during his controversial stint on reality TV series I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. Mundine drew outrage from LGBTIQ and Indigenous advocates when he said same-sex couples were “confusing to society” but backtracked …

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Superstar Cher made a surprise appearance in the crowd at the 40th anniversary of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras on Saturday night. The longtime gay icon was the headline performer at the Mardi Gras afterparty on Saturday night and organisers had hinted she may make an appearance during the parade as it moved along …

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Sydney couple James Brechney and Stuart Henshall have become the first ever same-sex couple to legally marry at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade. The couple got engaged on live TV moments after the marriage postal survey’s “yes” result was announced in November. And on Saturday night the couple got married on top …

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Can’t make it to Sydney for Mardi Gras? Brisbane’s Sportsman Hotel are inviting everyone to come together to watch the parade live on the big screen in the venue’s Lounge Bar this Saturday night. The venue are throwing a Mardi Gras party that evening, with shows by drag performer Miss Synthetique and special guests at …

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A 78er based in Wagga Wagga has invited new deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack to march with him in this weekend’s Mardi Gras parade. Ray Goodlass, one of the protesters who marched in the first Mardi Gras protest in Sydney in 1978, said he was concerned about comments McCormack made in 1993 in which he …

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