Openly gay singer Steve Grand went from YouTube cover artist to an internationally known star almost overnight when his debut single ‘All American Boy’ went viral. His follow up album under the same name enjoyed success making him one of the most prominent LGBT singers of our time.
With so few successful LGBT members in the media, it is important to recognise and support the openly gay stars that we do have. Steve Grand was an internet sensation turned mainstream success as one of the worlds first openly gay country singers.
Prior to Drag Race and her hit make up web series, Miss Fame shot some x-rated images with an ameatur photographer.
With Adele and Beyoncé fighting it out over all the major awards, Rihanna slated to recieve the opytimous Vanguard Award, and Britney Spears preparing to take the stage since her iconic 2007 performance meltdown you’d be a fool to miss this years VMA’s.
Broadway’s annual Miscast Gala is one of our favourite events of the year, and this time was no exception as our favourite stars took to the stage.
It’s award season once more, and while The British LGBT Awards may not have the clout of the much larger institutions, it is imperative to cast your vote to acknowledge those in the gay community for 2016.
By now you will have all heard Shawn Mendes’ hit song Stitches on the radio, the track has become one of our favourite hits, and the young singer one of our new crushes.
Charlie Carver has chosen to come out for the world, following in the footsteps of fellow Teen Wolf star Colton Haynes.
As we all know by now, one of the world most creative and innovative rock stars, David Bowie, has passed away following a hidden battle with cancer just two days after his final album release, and 69th birthday.
Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor have joined forces, appearing on male pop diva Who Is Fancy?’s latest single Boys Like You.