Taking a gamble to queer new heights
queens Princess Laya and Regina Slay were the perfect “distraction” for Gamble Breaux, above, as she completed the Adelaide Oval roof climb ahead of the Feast Festival.
The reality TV star-turnedsinger put aside her fear of heights to scale the iconic stadium’s grandstand this week before she performs at the festival’s opening-night party tonight. “I’m actually scared of heights,” says Gamble, with hair and make by Colour Cosmetica.
“I was terrified. But we had such a good laugh, they were such a pleasant distraction. The view was quite spectacular... (and) I’ll do anything to get a good shot!”
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star has written a new track, Fire and Fury, for Adelaide’s annual Queer Arts and Cultural festival, which she will perform live tonight at the Migration Museum, Kintore Ave, city. “It’s about not feeling shame about your sexuality and being happy and dancing in the light,” she says. “It’s about embracing who you are and proudly showing it to the rest of the world.”