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WATCH: Adore Delano Stays True To Her Grunge Style In Fierce New Music Video

by Tim Winfred September 02, 2016

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When it comes to music by drag queens, nobody can hold a candle to Adore Delano. As a former American Idol and (spoiler alert) the first contestant to ever quit RuPaul‘s Drag Race, Adore has already built up a loyal and formidable fan base.

Related: Queens Of ‘Drag Race All Stars’ Recreate Iconic VMA Red Carpet Looks

After her decision to quit RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars during last night’s episode, Adore dropped a brilliant new single (and music video!) in what feels like an attempt to remind her fans that they love her for being her… not because of a television show.

“This song is definitely the heart of my new sophomore album,” Adore told Extra. “I wanted to show a more sophisticated side of me… I have a million sides to me and I’m excited to show them all to the world.”

Related: ‘Drag Race’ Star Manila Luzon Jailed After Donut Shop Fight (In New Music Video)

The new video definitely shows Adore’s love of grunge fashion and her unique aesthetics. It also serves as a gentle reminder to stay true to who you want to be, no matter what.

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