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The other day, I told you about actress/singer Lea DeLaria's new project -- playing an imaginary figure of indeterminate gender who sings "Bali Hai" while wearing a facsimile of Björk's famous swan dress, in a play called Out of Iceland.
You remember the famed swan dress that Bjork wore at the Oscars, which caused so much furor and chatter it was like the original Angelina's leg. Well, singer/comic/actor Lea DeLaria is wearing a facsimile of it in a new play called Out of Iceland.
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