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Taylor Sheesh Performs At Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, Her Debut International Gig

Taylor Sheesh in Singapore

Taylor Swift impersonator Taylor Sheesh has been taking the Philippines by storm since late last year. And thanks to social media, many people from all around the world have seen her viral performances as well.

If you’ve been eagerly anticipating the drag queen’s appearance in your city outside the Philippines, the wait might not be much longer. On November 21, Taylor Sheesh made her debut international performance in Singapore at the iconic Marina Bay Sands.

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If you think you missed the event announcement and the ticket selling, fret not. Taylor Sheesh’s performance was actually at the private “One Party, One MBS” year-end party for Marina Bay Sands staff.

However, it’s not to say that it’s the drag queen’s last performance abroad, or in Singapore, for that matter.

First international performance

Taylor Sheesh Singapore
Image credit: @hagridmonster via Twitter

This engagement is Taylor Sheesh’s first-ever performance abroad but she has done plenty of shows across the Philippines, from La Union to Davao.

The drag artist began impersonating Taylor Swift in 2017. An unexpected performance at a local Taylor Swift listening party in October 2022 made her viral on social media.

Taylor Sheesh goes international, starting in Singapore

Taylor Sheesh in Singapore is just the beginning for this drag sensation.

With videos of her drag performances gaining global attention, it’s likely that many people around the globe have been eager to see Taylor Sheesh perform live. Now that she’s done her first international performance, that dream may just become a reality.

You can know more about the drag sensation with this list of Taylor Sheesh facts. Alternatively, discover more talented Filipino drag queens to stan, including artists you’ve seen in Drag Race Philippines.

Cover image adapted from: Hu Chen via Unsplash, @hagridmonster via Twitter