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Watch Every Performance From Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter’s Pride Summit & Pride Prom

With the coronavirus pandemic keeping people everywhere in their homes, queer people have been left wondering: Is Pride canceled in 2020?

On Saturday, June 13, Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter answered that question with their second annual Pride Summit and first-ever Pride Prom. Taking place online, the daylong celebration featured panels, conversations, glam tutorials and special appearances from celebrity guests to celebrate Pride Month in these uncertain times.

Along with all the other content, the Pride Summit & Prom also featured a number of special performances from some of the top LGBTQ talent in the music industry.

Artists like Shea Diamond, Rex Rebel, Madame Gandhi, Trixie Mattel, Tituss Burgess, Pabllo Vittar, Shamir, Noah Cyrus, the House of Lanvin , Tove Lo and Lauren Jauregui all showed up to give their fans performances to remember.

Here’s a look back on all of the performances from Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter’s Pride Summit & Pride Prom:


Shea Diamond, “Don’t Shoot”

Rex Rebel, “Big Boy”

Madame Gandhi, “See Me Thru”

Trixie Mattel, “Malibu”

Tituss Burgess, “Dance M.F.” (skip to 6:05)

Pabllo Vittar, “Tímida” (skip to 18:17)

Shamir, “On My Own” (skip to 22:54)

Noah Cyrus, “July” (skip to 29:15)

The House of Lanvin’s Vogueing Showcase (skip to 33:22)

Perfume Genius, “Whole Life” (skip to 38:53)

Tove Lo, “Sadder, Badder, Cooler” (skip to 45:07)

Lauren Jauregui, “50ft.” (skip to 53:12)

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