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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Social media platform Tik Tok have announced they're joining in on the festivities of this years Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras. Launching a month long celebration, the platform is set to to run events that brings an informative line-up of TikTok and real-world happenings that aim to bring positivity and joy.

The platform will also be highlighting a number of Aussie LGBTQIA+ TikTok trailblazers, with LGBTQIA+ icon and avid TikTok creator G Flip taking centre stage on TikTok's float, giving a three minute performance at the SCG on parade night which will be livestreamed from Tik Tok Australia's account. The musician has released a Tik Tok elusive remix of her single Queen, which sees the singer join forces with Sydney synth-king Touch Sensitive to add some flair and elevate the track to dancefloor-ready.

Tik Tok users can join in on the fun, taking part in the nation wide #JOINOURFLOAT hashtag challenge that TikTok has launched today. The initiative encourages Aussies everywhere to learn the moves and post a video, with the chance to be chosen to be broadcast on giant rolling screens as part of TikTok's Mardi Gras float.

TikTok veterans Mitchell Coombs, Kevin In The City, Lawrence Bing, Meissa and Emma Horn have all joined as Tik Tok's Mardi Gras ambassadors. will take place on March 6 at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).


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