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TikTok Announces Partnership for Sydney’s 2021 Mardi Gras

Ines Besbes
Published on February 11, 2021
TikTok Announces Partnership for Sydney’s 2021 Mardi Gras
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TikTok hasn’t wasted time planning for the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras this year and they start by shining a light on some of the LGBTQIA+ trailblazers on its platform.

TikTok is collaborating with chart-topper, ARIA-award nominated and queer icon G Flip in the lead up to next month’s event. She is announced as the performer for this year’s TikTok Australia float at the LGBTQIA+ celebration.

G Flip “Queen”

As part of a partnership with Mardi Gras and TikTok Australia, choreography by dancer Leah Howard has also been released encouraging users to create content with the sound. TikTok stars and Mardi Gras ambassadors Mitchell Coombs, Kevin In The City, Meissa Mason and more have taken up the trend, sharing videos of themselves dancing to the ‘Queen’ remix with the hashtag #JoinOurFloat.

Check it out below:

@mitchell_coombs

I’m here to represent dags that can’t dance. But it’s #MARDIGRAS b*tch, try stop me from dancing🕺🏻🏳️‍🌈 #JoinOurFloat #PrideTribe #Sydney #Queer

♬ Queen {Pride Remix} – G Flip & Touch Sensitive

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Experienced in digital marketing, and business strategy. Ines previously worked for Google and other tech companies as well as the French Embassy. She speaks 5 languages and is pursuing a Mac of Commerce in Marketing and Strategy at Sydney University with a distinction average.
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