DJ Dan Murphy previous video for Mardi Gras was “Let’s Have A Kiki” for the Scissor Sisters, which is now the most-viewed video on their YouTube channel.
He was commissioned by Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras to produce a tribute video for Cher’s #1 Hit “If I Could Turn Back Time.”
9 Chers and 80 sailors were recruited to recreate the video on board the former warship?HMAS Vampire at the Australian Maritime Museum in Sydney.
Part One is now available online to watch here:
The major video will be available later this week.
Cher has already tweeted about the video saying:“What could be more fabulous than a Cher-Off. You have my blessing!! Rip it up Aussie Boys!”
WHAT COULD BE MORE FABULOUS THAN A CHER-OFF YOU HAVE MY BLESSING !! RIP IT UP AUSSIE BOYS @SydneyMardiGras
— Cher (@cher) February 16, 2014
This Mardi Gras, it’s every Cher for herself!
As part of the Mardi Gras comes to Darling Harbour activations, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras commissioned Cher The Love, recreating the Cher classic ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ onboard the HMAS Vampire, against the stunning backdrop of Darling Harbour and the Sydney skyline. The production features a troop of dancing Cher?s, lead by Vanity Faire, and supported by over one hundred volunteer Sailors.
The full video clip, (coming soon) is intended as a loving tribute to a legendary pop artist who has demonstrated passionate support for LGBTQI rights throughout her career, and also as a celebration and thanks to the many LGBTQI people who continue to serve our country as members of the Australian Navy.
Watch the video for Mardi Gras was “Let’s Have A Kiki” for the Scissor Sisters, which is now the most-viewed video on their YouTube channel.
You can check it out here:
Plus this year’s brand-new Party Promo, unlike any video they’ve ever done before:
Stay tuned for the full video which will be launched on Mardi Gras’ facebook page here: