Article Title:Ak Pride Parade: First fifteen
Category:Events
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com staff
Published on:24th February 2015 - 12:31 pm
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Story ID:16505
Text:A random summing up of some of the frivolous aspects of Saturday night's Auckland Pride Parade. Best impersonation of Carmen: Suzanne Paul Nastiest act: Mika roughing it up on a blood splattered float Most dignified moment: The Remembrance float Biggest balloon budget: Westpac Biggest red balloon budget: Body Positive Best dancer: The guy following the 100% float Best buff bod: This guy (no, not Len!) Highest heels: Zakk d'Larte Best political entry: The Greens Best one liner: Buckwheat for “This next float better hurry up before my beard grows back” Sexiest group of women: The mermaids Best drag newbie: Tamati Coffey Sexiest in their uniforms: St John Ambulance Best nice little touch: The witch's legs on the Inspector Spot/Wizard of Oz float GayNZ.com staff - 24th February 2015    
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