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Sydney Mardi Gras Parade Takes Oxford Street

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Actor Rupert Everett and gay cowboy Adam Sutton led Sydney's annual Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras parade down Oxford Street over the weekend.

Sutton_everett_1Sutton, a real-life gay cowboy and friend of Heath Ledger's came out a year ago following the release of Brokeback Mountain. Ledger has said his interpretation of the role was based in part on Sutton.

New South Wales police reported a crowd of more than 350,000 to watch the parade which has marked the celebration since 1978.

Said Everett: "I think it's time for us to give back, to care about each other, and to fight for others gay and straight who … don't have a voice just when they most need to be heard."

Among those on hand for the parade were a cadre of "Impossible Princesses" made up of more than 250 Kylie Minogue impersonators.

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  1. Did anyone else notice that Rupert and Cowboy's legs are touching, and Cowboy's hand is lightly touching Rupert's thigh?

    Hot!

    Posted by: Matt | Mar 5, 2007 11:45:56 AM


  2. Rupert looks pretty hot, there!

    Posted by: FanGirlHater | Mar 5, 2007 3:27:16 PM


  3. Rupert looks HOT!

    Posted by: nuflux | Mar 5, 2007 3:43:21 PM


  4. Rupert is hot! Confident too.

    Posted by: Jack! | Mar 5, 2007 3:55:47 PM


  5. PLEASE! Girlfriend is just there to sell her book. Had a great time in Sydney though. The Aussies are the friendliest buggers on Earth.

    Posted by: Mike | Mar 5, 2007 11:18:50 PM


  6. To hell with the hand of the leg. I want to see legs up in the air and banging the daylights out of him.


    Just a thought.


    All-right-tee who cares.

    Posted by: Dr. Pat | Mar 6, 2007 7:46:31 AM


  7. Rupert is over two decades my senior and I would still totally let him. Charming, handsome, clever, talented -- what's not to like? Plus, he's hotter now than he was in "Another Country" back in the early eighties.

    Posted by: Marc | Mar 7, 2007 1:04:42 AM


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