Drag Queen Noris Performs Kit Chan’s “Home” At Plus 65 LGBT Bash

If there is one National Day Parade song that cannot be desecrated, it goes to Kit Chan’s dazzling, mesmerising, tear-inducing “Home”, which has since become an irreplaceable song in the National Day song repertoire. (Heck, it could even be our National Anthem.)

Plus 65, a pop-up bash organised by PLAY, Hypertainment and Two Queens, turned it up a notch Sunday (Aug 9) at Zouk’s main stage with drag queen Noris who delivered a stellar rendition of the song replete with dramatic hand movements and stature.

The bash was split up into a two-day rager, starting with an Aug 8 bash at Avalon Singapore, followed by a party not to forget the day after, at Zouk and Velvet Underground. Drag queens like Layla On Fire and Becca d’Bus performed alongside DJ acts such as Mike Cruz and mainstays Lorri and Zack C. Fly Entertainment honcho Irene Ang hosted the Aug 9 bash with former One Moment of Glory contestant Jill-Marie Thomas joining her on stage.

Watch Noris kill it (and the rest of the crowd sing along in unison):


Featured photo: Noris/Facebook

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