TikTok Star Dylan Mulvaney Celebrated Day 365 Of Girlhood With Big Event!

TikTok Star Dylan Mulvaney Celebrated Day 365 Of Girlhood With Big Event!

It was a big celebration for Dylan Mulvaney when day 365 of girlhood arrived.

Wearing a pink ballgown, Mulvaney, 26, commemorated the occasion with a grand celebration that involved singing and dancing at an invitation only cabaret style show at New York City’s iconic Rainbow Room.

Dylan Mulvaney Recently Celebrated Day 365 Of Girlhood

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The variety show began with a pre-recorded clip of Rachel Brosnahan from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” comforting Mulvaney in her dressing room. Then Mulvaney entered the balcony of the Rainbow Room and began singing to kick off the show. The 80-minute show included some special guest performers, duets and lots of celebratory moments.

The audience included Mulvaney’s friends and family, but fans and followers of Mulvaney could watch the show via a live stream for $5. Proceeds from live stream ticket sales benefited the Trevor Project, which is an organization that provides crisis support and mental health resources for LGBTQ+ youth.

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Mulvaney documented her journey from day one on TikTok. And while she’s received some criticism along the way, the support far outweighs that.

“I don’t think I fully knew what I was signing up for when I went online. Overall, it’s been fully worth it because I get messages from all sorts of people saying that they feel closer to their true selves, or they’re discovering things about themselves through my videos,” she told Variety. “I think that’s all I could really ask for is just for people to be their best versions of themselves.”

Dylan Mulvaney Shared Some Clips Of The Show On TikTok

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For people who didn’t get to live stream the show, Mulvaney shared bits and pieces of it on social media. The support Mulvaney gets on social media is apparent in the number of followers on both TikTok and Instagram, as well as the multitude of positive and loving comments she gets on each shared video. So, of course, it was a given that she would share some of her big show on social media so her loyal followers would get to experience it.

Mulvaney shared the pre-show clip with Brosnahan, as well as a clip from the opening number. On TikTok, each of those videos has received nearly 4 million views and thousands of comments.

Many of her TikTok followers took to the comments to say how proud they are of her, and others left their positive thoughts and share words of support.

“There needs to be a Dylan Mulvaney show,” one person suggested. “So when does Broadway air Dylan Mulvaney: To Be a Woman , The Musical,” added another.

Many others were also really impressed with her singing abilities. One person commented, “YOUR VOICE?? HOW DID I NOT KNOW YOU COULD SING??” and another added, “AHHH YOUR VOICE SOUNDS LIKE A PRINCESS ❤️❤️❤️.”

On Instagram, there was a mix of positive and negative remarks. While the positive comments were similar to the ones on TikTok, there were many negative comments mixed in.

Day 1 Of Being A Girl Began On March 3, 2022

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The TikTok series began last March, well after Mulvaney began posting on TikTok. The first video in the series that she eventually began calling “Days of Girlhood” led to many others that showed her life and all the fun she was having with the series.

She shared intimate details of her life, including her facial feminization surgery, and quickly earned a huge following on the platform. She currently has nearly 11 million followers, and an additional 1.7 million on Instagram.

Rolling Stone recently asked Mulvaney what she was most excited for after the big celebration show. She explained that while she’s grateful for her platform on social media, she’s looking forward to a day that she gets to keep some things to herself.

“Especially during those first 100 days of girlhood, every day I woke up and was like, ‘Are they still here?'” I think it’s difficult when you’ve built an entire platform on sharing everything,” she explained. “I actually really want to have a day 365 that’s not for anyone else. This day has now become such a sort of spectacle. And I think there’s something important too about having a moment for myself. To say, ‘Look at how far we’ve come.'”