Who Performed At Dylan Mulvaney's Day 365 Of Girlhood Show?
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 16: Dylan Mulvaney poses at the opening night of the musical "Parade" on Broadway at The Jacobs Theater on March 16, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Bruce Glikas/WireImage)

Dylan Mulvaney's Day 365 Of Girlhood Show Was Full Of Stars

Molly Raby March 23, 2023

For five days, Dylan Mulvaney sold tickets to her Day 365 of Girlhood show and it was so popular, the livestream crashed! If you missed it, here is everything you need to know about what went on at the musical extravaganza.

Who Is Dylan Mulvaney?

Dylan Mulvaney is a trans creative who rose to fame on TikTok with her series ‘Days of Girlhood’. She has amassed over 12 million followers over her platforms, with her series receiving over 1 billion views on TikTok alone.

In 2022, Mulvaney was awarded the TikTok Trailblazer award for Days of Girlhood.

Mulvaney is musical theatre trained and even appeared on Broadway in The Book Of Mormon.

What Is Days of Girlhood?

Just over one year ago, Mulvaney posted a video beginning her ‘Days of Girlhood’ series. The series sees her describing all the highs and lows, emotions and procedures, that have come with her own transition.

Throughout the past year, we have seen Mulvaney become more confident in her own skin, embracing pink and turning to haters with kindness. We have also seen her move into a new home, get facial feminisation surgery and even meet the president of the United States.

For day 365 of her series, Mulvaney created a musical show full of LGBTQ+ folks where she celebrated what has occurred over the past year. For five days, you could buy tickets to watch the livestreamed show. All proceeds went to The Trevor Project.


Replying to @barneys_toes day 215- reflecting on day 1 #trans #daysofgirlhood

♬ original sound – Dylan Mulvaney

Who Performed At The Day 365 Of Girlhood Show?

While the show was about Mulvaney, and was a celebration of her transition and success, she also took the time to shine a light on other LGBTQ+ people.

Everyone who appeared on stage had a story to tell from a different part of the community and whether they gave a moving speech, sung a song or hosted a funny game show, even just their visibility is making moves.

Mulvaney’s backing dancers and singers were Samora la Perdida, Zachary A. Myers, Mars Rucker and Wren Rivera.

Other notable people who appeared included:

Dominique Jackson (Pose)

Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)

L Morgan Lee (A Strange Loop)

Renee Rapp (The Sex Lives of College Girls, Mean Girls)

Jonathan Van Ness (Queer Eye)

Senator Sarah McBride

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Molly Raby is a freelance journalist who works closely with GRV Media and Freshered. After completing her BA (Hons) in English Language and Creative Writing at Salford University 2022, she began her journey into the world of journalism and copywriting. In addition to writing for Freshered, Molly also wrote for The Gold and Green Crowd, interviewing jockeys, horse trainers and others within racing industry. Molly has a passion for film and TV as well as a keen interest in sports.