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Adore Delano may have only been a runner-up to Bianca Del Rio in the last cycle of RuPaul’s Drag Race, but she is determined to make her mark on pop culture in any case!

Check out the new music video for “Party,” her latest single from her smash set of dance tunes, Til Death Do Us Party.  The album hit #1 on the Dance and Top 10 overall album charts on iTunes.

In case you didn’t know: Adore is the drag persona of American Idol Season 7 Top 16 contestant, Danny Noriega. Even Simon Cowell would be proud to see how far he’s come!

Download “Til Death Do Us Party” from iTunes

Check out the “Party” video, in which the always entertaining Adore, throws a backyard birthday bash that ends in hilarious chaos.

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  • Kimmy Moores

    Still recovering from DTF

  • HermeticallySealed

    Got to admit, Danny is making the most of his stint on the show. He seems to certainly have a well thought out plan on moving ahead.

  • Roimeister

    Only Idol can produce stars like this…

  • Robert D’Angio

    his song I Adore U is so much better… people should go listen to that one

  • jobeob987

    Ha, nice to see Danny doing so well. I’ve always felt he should go into comedy. He has a real flair for it. The song isn’t great, however, the video is cute.

  • Carriefan1

    Alrighty then…

  • Marko

    Go Adore!
    Make Simon Cowell proud…ish.

  • raymarhead

    Here are her other two music videos. I Adore You is the best imo.

    DTF: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4TB4UdDKBM&feature=kp

    I Adore You: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmV62-f-xnU

  • Latin2

    That is my favorite also. I love the video!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmV62-f-xnU

  • Latin2

    I Dore U is my fave also.

  • Porfivor Nixon

    He is doing great- I just wish the product was better- but there is no question he has star appeal.

  • http://www.holyhomo.com/ Rand

    That song and video is better than most of the Pop music that’s out there right now.

  • Roimeister

    the aflac duck is better than most pop music