Watch Pink, Kylie Minogue and more perform for ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’ relief benefit

Watch Pink, Kylie Minogue and more perform for ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’ relief benefit

Pink and Kylie Minogue

Pink and Kylie Minogue were among the performers who took on the stage in Friday’s (June 4) ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’ relief advantage.

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The hour-long stream was set on to help increase visibility and funds for all members of the LGBTQ+ community through organisations such as GLAAD, SAGE, National Black Justice Coalition, The Trevor Project, CenterLink and OutRight Action International.

Hosted by Bebe Rexha and iHeartMedia presenter Elvis Duran, ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’ started with a message in Dolly Parton followed closely by Troye Sivan kicking things off with a performance of ‘You’ along with Regard and Tate McRae.

Other performances came in Pink, that conducted an acoustic rendition of recent single ‘Cover Me In Sunshine’, which originally contains her daughter, Willow Sage Hart; Years & Years, that delivered a sunlit performance of ‘Starstruck’ along with a a quartet of backing singers and a pianist; along with Kylie Minogue, whose dazzled using a glittery, gold-laden performance of ‘Dance Floor Darling’.

The stream also featured appearances from LGBTQ+ community members and recommends including Karamo Brown and Tan France out of Queer Eye, Pete and Chasten Buttigieg, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Hudson, Marshmello and Brandi Carlile.

The show ended with a unique message in Elton John which saw him honor JoJo Siwa to get a youthful trailblazer in the community. She subsequently performed a distinctive rendition of her song ‘Boomerang’.

You can see the Whole ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’ reward under:

If you want to give you can by going to the Can’t Cancel Pride site , by phoning the term “RAINBOW” into 56512, or by clicking the blue “donate” button at the YouTube player.

Last month, Years & Years published a brand new remix of their current individual ‘Starstruck’, including Kylie Minogue.

The original variant of the single, the first to be published by Years & Years since they became the solo project of frontman Olly Alexander, came out in April.

Speaking about the new variant of ‘Starstruck’ (which you may hear below),” Alexander said that the chance to collaborate with Minogue about the remix “is very literally a dream come true”.

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