Auslan interpreter goes viral for his racy Kim Petras set


Kim Petras and her AUSLAN interpreter at Sydney WorldPride
Images: Twitter

The Auslan interpreter who performed Kim Petras’ horniest tracks in sign language at Sydney WorldPride’s closing concert is going viral.

During her set at the Rainbow Republic concert on Sunday night, the pop superstar performed every track from her 2022 EP Slut Pop.

However it was Kim’s Auslan interpreter who stole the show on the screens at the Domain with his hilarious renditions of her tracks including oral sex anthem Throat Goat and ode to boobs Coconuts.

Footage of the Auslan pro nailing every lyric and delivering the most iconic moments of the night has now been viewed hundreds of thousands of times online.

“The sign interpreter during throat goat… Give this man a raise,” one person wrote online

“I’ve never wanted to learn sign language more in my life,” another concertgoer wrote in awe.

After the concert, Kim herself also gave the mystery man a shout out, tweeting, “I fkn love him so much.”

@michaelandmatt1 I can die happy now 🥹😂😅 I’ve never wanted to learn sign language more in my life #kimpetras #asl #worldpride #sydneyworldpride ♬ original sound – Michael and Matt

Kim Petras headlined WorldPride’s Rainbow Republic closing concert

The huge Rainbow Republic concert was the Sydney WorldPride’s big closing event at the Domain on Sunday night.

G Flip and Keiynan Lonsdale co-hosted and performed at Rainbow Republic, alongside Kim, MUNA, Ava Max and local musicians Peach PRC, Alter Boy, BVT and Vetta Borne.

Earlier in the day, 50,000 people, including Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge in a one-of-a-kind Pride March.

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Jordan Hirst
Jordan Hirst

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