Taylor Interview on Studio 54 Radio – Sirius XM

Sunday 10/16 at 10pm Eastern

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Taylor Dayne & Sharon Lia, Ladies Who Rock 4A Cause

Pop Icon, Taylor Dayne & Founder of Ladies Who Rock 4A Cause Foundation, Sharon Lia, talk about the Ladies Who Rock for a Cause 5th Annual Music Festival. Hear about this foundation’s incredible mission to provide assistance to women facing life-changing circumstances by bridging the gap between the resources they have and the resources they need.

‘RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race’: Taylor Dayne On Hating Lip Syncing

Taylor Dayne has been open about transforming into Electra Owl on RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race season 2. She says the hair and makeup team did such a good job that she didn’t even recognize herself staring into the mirror. After surviving the first week, she was booted in week 2’s elimination. Though her experience was brief, it was life-changing. The Masked Singer alum spoke with Shadow and Act Unscripted about her journey to the Drag Race stage. Read more

Singer Taylor Dayne says ‘Secret Celebrity Drag Race’ was like preparing for a role in ‘Avatar’ – Houston Chronicle

The chart-topping singer, whose hits include “Tell it to My Heart” and “Love Will Lead You Back,” was the second celeb to sashay away from the lip-sync competition. She follows Houston native Loretta Devine, who was the first chop of the season.

Under big hair and bigger makeup, Dayne lived her fantasy as Elektra Owl. She struggled with lip syncing and dancing, essentials for a drag queen. Dayne spoke about her time on the show and her fierce connection with the LGBTQ+ community.

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We’re Sorry to Tell You – HITS Magazine

This vintage photo of Taylor Dayne holding a copy of our print publication—unquestionably because a publicist told her to—is proffered as a reminder that we are now assembling our 36th Anniversary Special. The implications of this sobering news are many; chief among them is the fact that we are somehow still in business despite having published our dreck for 36 years. In any event, we have no idea what will end up in this year’s Anni, as our editors typically imbibe enough cannabis to pacify a mid-sized city before pulling an all-nighter, dispatching the pages to the printer and then settling in for a three-day nap. But there’s a chance you’ll see some vintage photos and a reminder that once upon a time in the biz, a week’s worth of wacky radio pics included what would now be a lifetime of HR violations.

Palm Springs is hotter than ever for a fall escape

The event that turns Palm Springs into a women’s paradise with upwards of 15,000 queer women from around the globe switched seasons from spring to fall. It is happening September 21-25.

The Dinah producer Mariah Hanson is bringing an incredible musical lineup, with ‘80s pop star Taylor Dayne (“Tell it to My Heart”) headlining the event for the second time. She will be joined by a host of emerging queer women artists Fletcher, Haviah Mighty, Cassidy King, IV4, Zolita, and Siena Liggins, who will be rocking stages while women bump and groove at the famous pool parties.

Back out on the road touring with her 2020 album “Please,” Dayne said she’s looking forward to heading back to the “iconic event” and to Palm Springs in general.

“I love it there and I’m so looking forward to it, ladies,” said the pop star. “It’s going to be such a scene.