Conchita Wurst gave an amazing performance at ‘The George’ in Dublin on Friday night, one of the best I’ve seen her give since Eurovision in fact.
Looking confident and sexy in a super short black mini dress, she arrived on stage singing her version of Cher’s ‘Believe’ (and yes, Conchita’s version is much better than the original).
She continued on with ‘That’s What I Am’, her Eurovision winner ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’, of course, and as an encore ‘My Heart Will Go On’. All songs which, of course, made the crowd go wild.
In the breaks between songs, Ms. Wurst also chatted with the crowd wishing them a “Happy Pride” and talking about how ‘thankful’ she was to have been so welcomed at The George the first time she sang there seven months before. So thankful, in fact, she “had to come back”.
She ended her set as graciously as she always is by thanking the crowd with “Thank you for having me”, ending what for many in the audience was probably a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
I don’t know about you, but every new concert this amazing Austrian singer gives just makes me love her more.
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