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Darren Hayes' cover of Dress You Up

Singer and long-time Madonna fan Darren Hayes performed a version of Madonna's Dress You Up during his concert on New Years Eve - here is what Darren told madonnalicious about the performance:

I did this as a special treat on New Years Eve. I told the audience, and it's true, that seeing M doing this on a VHS copy of 'The Virgin Tour' when I was a kid made me want to be a performer. Twenty years later I performed it for my own audience and it felt just as good!


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Darren is a HUGE Madonna fan!
So he can sing all of her songs if he wants!
His cover is amazing!


hes an amazing performer and he sounds great. madonna inspires artist. it should end there he has the talent to back it up and so does our queen M!


Love that. Not only that he loves Madonna so much but I also like his version of "Dress you up". Madonna really should include that song on one of her following tours.


Dress you up is such a great song !! i wish Madonna sing it more often...


It sounds sooo good! It will be a great remake! I hope he records it professionally!

Thank you for the post!



YUCK!! no one will ever do it like Big M., and really they shouldnt try!


didn't that guy do a cover of ray of light aswell? i think he did!


I wish he would quit covering Madonna songs. Oy! Enough already.

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