With the mother of all parties, that's how.
Headlining the exclusive digital event is Pabllo Vittar, the Brazilian pop superstar and world's first (and still only) Grammy-nominated drag queen. Expect songs and shenanigans from Vittar's third studio album, 111, which was released earlier this year.
The show will be opened with a special Pride performance from none other than Charlotte Awbery, the viral singing sensation whose rendition of Lady Gaga's 'Shallow' on the London Underground earlier this year catipulted her to stardom.
Drag Race legend Jujubee will also be serving looks and swerves with an exclusive performance that's sure to prove just why she's currently a favourite for the crown on All Stars 5.
You can also expect the infectious pop hits of L Devine, the 23-year-old rising star who's quickly established herself as one of British pop's hottest new acts with singles like 'Don't Say It' and 'Like You Like That'.
She's joined on the bill by Californian singer-songwriter mxmtoon, whose debut EP, 2018's plum blossom, has been streamed over 100 million times. And to think she's still in her teens...
West End superstar and the man who helped put hit LGBTQ musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie on the map, Layton Williams, will also be on hand to add some theatrical heft to the night.
Plus, as well as a performance from girl group Four of Diamonds, pop star Alice Chater will also be delivering an exclusive set - and if the 25-year-old's fierce AF music videos are anything to go by, you can expect her to bring the party.
It'll all be rounded off with a thumping 90-minute set by DJ Fat Tony, who'll be providing the tunes later into the night as we bring our nine-day digital extravaganza to an explosive finish.