iHeartMedia and P&G have announced that Kylie Minogue, Leslie Odom Jr., Olly Alexander from Years & Years, and Yola will join previously announced performers Bebe Rexha, Brothers Osborne, Hayley Kiyoko, Jasmine Mans, JoJo Siwa, P!NK, Regard, Tate McRae and Troye Sivan for “Can’t Cancel Pride” relief benefit special on June 4 at 9 p.m.
The hour-long stream will also feature special moments from so many of the LGBTQ+ community’s members and advocates including newly announced appearances from Brandi Carlile, Dolly Parton, Elton John, Karamo Brown and Tan France from Queer Eye, Pete and Chasten Buttigieg, joining previously announced appearances from Busy Phillips, Demi Lovato, Gus Kenworthy, Jennifer Hudson, Lil Nas X, Marshmello, Mj Rodriguez, Nina West, Ricky Martin and more.
Hosted by iHeartMedia on-air personality Elvis Duran and diamond-selling singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha, “Can’t Cancel Pride” will bring together some of the biggest names in culture and entertainment and seek inspiration from the letters in PRIDE symbolizing Power & Purpose, Respect & Relationships, Individuality & Intersectionality, Dance & Defy, and Equality & Everybody.
So, what can our LGBTQ+ members, friends, family, and supporters expect from “Can’t Cancel Pride”? A true celebration for the LGBTQ+ community – and here is a little sneak peek.
Dolly Parton will welcome everyone to the 2021 “Can’t Cancel Pride,” before Troye Sivan with Regard and Tate McRae take the stage to kick off the event with a performance of “You.”
Host, Bebe Rexha will perform her new single “Sacrifice.” In addition, Leslie Odom Jr. will perform “Without You” in a special candlelight moment to remember the 5-year anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub massacre and the souls that were lost there.
The show finale will feature a special message from Elton John as he honors JoJo Siwa for being a young trailblazer in the community, before she performs a special rendition of her song “Boomerang.”
The celebration and fundraising begins at 9 p.m. on The Roku Channel, Revry, and iHeartRadio’s TikTok, YouTube and Facebook, iHeartRadio’s PrideRadio.com, on iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide, and on the iHeartRadio App. The event will be available on demand throughout Pride Month until June 30 on The Roku Channel, Revry, iHeartRadio’s YouTube and Facebook.