Towleroad Guide to the Tube #1221

DRAKE JENSEN: The out gay country singer's latest, "Pancho and Lefty".

GANGNAM STYLE: Pentatonix turns in an a cappella masterwork.

DAN SAVAGE: "Tony Perkins sits on a pile of dead gay kids every day.'

LANCE BASS: Tells Ricki Lake that nobody knew he was gay when he was in N'Sync.

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Comments

  1. Randall says

    I highly recommend Drake Jensen’s first album, “On My Way To Finding You,” while waiting for his Christmas album (in about a month, hopefully) and the new album, featuring “Pancho and Lefty,” early next year. (And full disclosure, I’m an old friend of Drake’s, but I’m still a huge, screaming fanboy at heart!)

  2. Diogenes Arktos says

    I’d like to have a full transcript of Dan Savage’s remarks. I’m not surprised it’s a bootlegged video as it’s sometimes difficult to hear him clearly. (A conservative group did the deed.)

    Lance Bass thinks that nobody knew he was gay when he was in N’SYNC? I guess he really is that clueless. (I remember Jay Leno’s comment about his coming out: ‘you mean someone in a boy band is straight?’)

    I remember that Bass wanted to fly in space, went through the training and passed, but failed to come up with enough money.

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