British celebs praise gay marriage victory

Stephen Fry, Sue Perkins, and The Saturdays are among the many praising the House of Commons majority for approving marriage equality

British celebs praise gay marriage victory
06 February 2013 Print This Article

Several celebrities have passed on their thoughts after the House of Commons passed same-sex marriage yesterday (5 February).

Here are a few of our favorites:

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Barry Manilow gets married to longtime manager Garry Kief in surprise wedding

Singer, 71, had never publicly acknowledged being gay
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Life is no Cabaret for Will Young as he flees fire

Pop Idol winner had to evacuate a Manchester theatre during a performance of the Liza Minelli musical
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Bruce Jenner transitioning to female

Source close to family tells People: 'He is finally happy and his family is accepting of what he's doing'
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Jessica Simpson's religious dad 'is gay and has a toy boy'

Family source claims US singer's dad divorced from wife of 34 years because he was gay
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Gay slur Italian politician wants to lead Berlusconi's party

Andrea Di Pietro, local councillor in Vigevano, is now running for the primaries of Silvio Berlusconi's PDL party
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Is Adam Lambert throwing shade on Nick Jonas and Harry Styles?

He tweets: “Anyone find it interesting how straight male pop stars are pandering to gay audiences lately!?"
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Cyndi Lauper shares how a gay porn magazine inspired her 80s hit She Bop

'There was Playgirl, but that was kinda boring' so Lauper sought out a copy of Blueboy which she thought was womens magazine
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Rosie O'Donnell explains why she went shark fishing

Talk show host says 'I'm actually a friend of all animals'
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Maya Angelou, pro-gay poet and civil rights icon, dies

'I would ask every man and every woman who’s had the blessing of having children, "Would you deny your son or your daughter the ecstasy of finding someone to love?"'
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'Gay slayer' dies in prison

Colin Ireland, the killer of five gay men in London, UK, has died in jail