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February 4, 2014

Song is from is singer's forthcoming new album entitled Symphonica which goes on sale next month

George Michael is finally back with some new music.

Well, not exactly new but new for him anyway.

The singer has just released his version of the song Let Her Down Easy which was a big hit previously for Terence Trent D’Arby in 1993.

It is the lead single from Michael's forthcoming album Symphonica which will be out on 17 May. It is a collection of both standards and re-worked versions of his own tunes.

The album was recorded while Michael was on a concert tour of the same name in 2011 and 2012. It is produced by Michael and the late legendary music producer Phil Ramone.

January 21, 2014

Symphonica, just his sixth solo album, will be released in March

George Michael, who began his solo career 27 years ago, announced Monday (20 January) that he is releasing a new album entitled Symphonica on 17 March.

It will be just his sixth solo album and is produced by Michael and the late legendary music producer Phil Ramone.

The album was recorded while Michael was on a concert tour of the same name in 2011 and 2012.

On the same day as the album's release, the lead single Let Her Down Easy will be available on iTunes and other digital platforms.

November 18, 2013

A woman has created another sure-fire viral hit as she records Jordin Sparks' Battlefield alongside a video of her pre-transition

A trans woman has recorded a duet with her pre-transition self.

Kayhar, who has previously documented her two-year transition, has now released a new video.

Before she transitioned, Kayhar recorded a version of Jordin Sparks’ Battlefield in 2008.

And now, in 2013, she has returned to the video and recorded a duet that she says has never been done before.

‘Progress for the trans community has been painfully slow,’ Kayhar said, in a statement to The Huffington Post.

September 25, 2013

Elton John hopes to make a difference by performing in Russia

Elton John says he knows there are plenty of people who do not believe he should be performing in Russia in December with the country's anti-gay laws still in place.

But he's going to do it anyway.

'On one hand, I want to say, "I'm not going and you can go to hell, you guys." But that's not helping anyone who's gay or transgendered over there,' he tells National Public Radio

December 20, 2012

A Mayan prophecy predicts the world will end tomorrow but who cares when Santa's on his way?

I don't know what I feel most upset about? The Mayan prophecy that the end of the world is nigh at the exact time of year when we can all be excused for greed, gluttony and excess or the fact that if it really does all end in hellfire and brimstone, then I've wasted a shed load of money on Peppa Pig and Spider Man action figures (not for me, but for my nephews and nieces).

October 25, 2012

New York band, which features three gay members, say they are now working on solo projects

Scissor Sisters have announced they are taking an indefinite hiatus from music.

The ‘I Don’t Feel Like Dancing’ group performed their last UK gig at Camden’s Roundhouse in London last night (24 October), and said they have no plans to work together again.

Putting on an extended gig as a thank you to the fans, gay lead singer Jake Shears shocked the crowd by saying: ‘This will be the last time we will play in London for quite some time.’

August 6, 2012

'I think people get too caught up in it. I don't stress about it'

Guillermo Diaz is one of the busiest openly gay actor in Hollywood but he goes about his work without any of the attention that accompanies every career move of Neil Patrick Harris or Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

But that seems to suit this 37-year-old just fine as he takes on roles both gay and straight in television and film. He currently plays the role of Huck, an ex-CIA agent turned computer hacker, on the ABC series Scandal which will return for a second season this fall.

March 12, 2012

Country star admits to 'man crush' on 'sexy' fellow vocal coach on The Voice

It's no secret that gay men and straight women everywhere have a crush on the very handsome Adam Levine, lead singer of the band Maroon 5.

But apparently there is at least one straight guy who has such a 'man crush' on Levine that he'd like to lock lips with him.

That man is country music star Blake Shelton who along with Levine, Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green are the vocal coaches on NBC's The Voice. Levine and Shelton have had an obvious on-air 'bromance' going on since the show debuted last year.

February 7, 2012

Popstar tweets about 'deluded weirdo' yesterday

Beloved gay icon Kylie Minogue tweeted yesterday that she had received 'threats' from a 'deluded weirdo' on Twitter and had reported it to the police.