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Dylan Mulvaney Celebrates 365 'Days of Girlhood' with Live Show in New York

Dylan Mulvaney Celebrates 365 'Days of Girlhood' with Live Show in New York

Dylan Mulvaney pictured with GameCube.

The trans star commemorated the one-year anniversary of her viral TikTok series.

Trans TikTok sensation Dylan Mulvaney marked the one-year anniversary of her "Days of Girlhood" series by hosting a cabaret show on Monday called "Dylan Mulvaney’s Day 365 Live!" at the legendary Rainbow Room in New York.

“Yesterday was the best day of my life,” she shared in a TikTok video discussing the event's success.

The 80-minute variety show was a star-studded affair, featuring a comedy sketch from Rachel Brosnahan, performances from Mulvaney, Kate Bush covers, and a dating segment led by Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness.

The show also raised funds for the Trevor Project, which provides mental health support and counseling to LGBTQ+ youth.

Mulvaney, 26, spoke to Variety before the show, expressing surprise at just how much she had learned about womanhood in the past year. "Going in, I had no idea just how vulnerable I would get," she said. Mulvaney also discussed the positive impact her “Days of Girlhood” series – which has received over 1 billion views – has had, saying that she has received messages from people who feel closer to their true selves after watching her videos about transitioning.

The show wasn't without its challenges, however. Mulvaney's transition journey has been met with criticism from some online communities, and the show addressed this head-on. Mulvaney's fellow trans sisters dismantled negative rhetoric from comments on her TikTok videos and broke down the definition of a TERF (trans-exclusionary radical feminist). The show also featured a compilation video of right-wing commentators dismissing Mulvaney's gender identity, which was met with boos from the audience.

Despite the challenges, Mulvaney is poised to embark on a new chapter of her life. Earlier in March, Mulvaney remarked to Variety’s Marc Malkin that she may scale back from TikTok and explore new artistic endeavors, such as creating a musical entertainment series.

Also on Monday, an episode of The Drew Barrymore Show Mulvaney featured an interview with Mulvaney.

“I think the greatest weapon that I can contribute is trans joy and comedy and talking about hard subjects, and really intricate moments of a transition, and try to let everybody in to see that I’m not a monster. I’m not somebody that is trying to do anything but be myself,” she told host Drew Barrymore.

"Dylan Mulvaney’s Day 365 Live!" can be purchased for streaming here.

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