Todrick Hall Releases Summer Anthem, "Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels" and Joins Paula Abdul at LA Pride
Happy Pride Month! As the contagious Pride energy takes all over SoCal, there is even one added reason to rejoice - Todrick Hall!
Recently Christopher Street West (CSW) – the non-profit that produces the annual LA Pride Festival and Parade in West Hollywood presented by Verizon – announced that singer, actor, dancer, recording artist, director and choreographer Todrick Hall has been added to the lineup for the LA Pride Opening Ceremony presented by Johnson & Johnson.
Hall’s performance is the latest addition to the free programming that will take place on Friday, June 7, and also includes a special 60-minute performance by EMMY and GRAMMY® Award-winning artist Paula Abdul powered by Caesars Entertainment.
Hall recently released the anthem of the Summer, "Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels," and it's pure LIFE! ‘Nails, hair, hips, heels, ass fat, lips real/Purse full, big bills, bitch I’m a big deal,’ Todrick begins the song. The video itself takes place in a garage with one glowing pink powerful triangle in the center. Hall and dancers command attention in the video, I must say the its pretty catchy, and it's only right that Hall joins the festivities!
“I’m so excited to join the amazing lineup of this year’s LA Pride Festival. The weekend is going to be unforgettable, and I can’t wait to get the Haus Party started,” said Todrick Hall. “We are going to celebrate this year’s #JUSTUNITE theme together as a community!”
The Opening Ceremony provides a great opportunity for the community to #JUSTUNITE and come together before the festival. #JUSTUNITE makes a simple, yet powerful statement: that the work the LGBTQ+ community does together is ultimately what will make it stronger and more resilient than ever before.
The LA Pride Friday night programming features a variety of opportunities for the community to participate in the festivities at no cost. The Opening Ceremony begins at 8pm with special remarks from a diverse mix of community and spiritual leaders and advocates for the LGBTQ+ community. LA Pride’s presenting sponsor, Verizon, will also host the US premiere of their documentary film, 5B, which follows the inspirational story of nurses and caregivers of the first HIV/AIDS ward in the country. Additional entertainment for the evening includes a full night of music and dancing from local DJs.