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Thousands turn out for Sydney's Covid-adapted Mardi Gras

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Pride events allowed to go ahead.British pop star Rita Ora closed the event with an electric performance at the Sydney cricket ground, where the Mardi Gras was held for the first time in the event’s history.The venue allowed crowds to stay seated while parade participants marched and danced past.Wearing a sparkling electric blue costume and knee-high rainbow-coloured boots, Ora treated revellers to songs including Let You Love Me, Carry On and Bang Bang.“I’m a little bit emotional.

This is my first show in a very, very long time so thank you,” she said.Earlier, the crowd took in live performances from Australia’s upcoming Eurovision contestant Montaigne, First Nations singer Scott Hunter, Electric Fields and G Flip.Sydney’s Mardi Gras chief.

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