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Gay K-pop star Holland announces first world tour — but where will he go?

Gay K-pop star Holland announces first world tour — but where will he go?

Gay K-pop singer Holland

Gay Korean pop star Holland just announced his first ever world tour.

The 23-year-old singer (real name Go Tae-seob) took to social media today (8 July) to make the special announcement.

‘Harlings!’ he wrote on Twitter — an affectionate term he calls his fans. ‘I’m going on my first world tour!’

He then said in a YouTube video: ‘The title of my first world tour is Invitation from Neverland!’ This is a reference to his 2018 song Neverland.

Holland: ‘I can’t decide where to go!’

But the young gay star is not sure which cities to take his world tour, so he’s asking his fans to decide.

‘I can’t decide where to go,’ he said in the video. ‘Because I don’t know where you are!’

He then urged his fans to go to MyMusicTaste, to vote on which cities he should go to.

It’s a website where fans create campaigns to get music artists to perform in their city. The cities with the highest demands from fans will likely see the music artist in concert.

‘Stop wishing,’ he said. ‘Start making!’

He also posted a link to the website on his Twitter account.

Want to see Holland in your city? The power is in your hands.

Holland debuted onto the Korean pop scene at the start of last year. He’s continually showed same-sex romance in his music videos, including a long make out scene in his song I’m Not Afraid.

Holland exclusively told Gay Star News in July last year he was ‘nervous’ at first for the filming of the 15 second-long kissing scene.

He said: ‘Even though I was nervous, I just thought that I should listen to the director as much as possible and finish it all at once.

‘But it’s been filmed four times,’ he revealed.

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