Deborah Cox live at Capital Pride [video]

Popular singer returns to DC for LGBT Pride Festival in front of the U.S. Capitol

Video: Alex Pacheco, David Uy, Aram Vartian
Editing: Aram Vartian
Producer: Randy Shulman
Published on June 11, 2012, 9:50pm | Comments

Singer and Broadway star Deborah Cox headlined the 2012 Capital Pride Festival in Washington, DC on Sunday, June 10. In this video, Debroah Cox performs her signature hit, "Nobody's Supposed to Be Here," from the 1998 album "One Wish." Other songs Cox performed included "Easy as Life," "Absolutely Not," and "Leave the World Behind," along with tributes to both Whitney Houston and Donna Summer.

Cox told the crowd of thousands that she will be returning to D.C. in the musical "Jekyll and Hyde" at the Kennedy Center later this year. 

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Read more about Pride and the winning Parade contingents, and hear some of the fabulous performances from the Festival stage: Deborah CoxCrystal WatersPepper MashayDC Cowboys.

Deborah Cox at Capital Pride 2012


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