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Kylie Minogue and Crowd Sing-Along to 'Can’t Get You Out of My Head' at GLAAD Awards: VIDEO

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At Saturday’s 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York City, Boy George welcomed singer and longtime LGBT ally Kylie Minogue to the stage for a sing-along performance of ‘Can’t Get You Out of My Head’  

Before the performance, Minogue also took a moment to thank her gay fanbase and GLAAD.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

 

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  1. Longtime ally??!! Could you guys for ONCE just tell us what these Diva's have actually done??

    Posted by: Rowan | May 4, 2014 4:09:35 PM


  2. LOVE YOU, KYLIE!!! <3 <3

    Posted by: Russ | May 4, 2014 5:23:50 PM


  3. @ROWAN, bitterness is so over.

    Posted by: Honesty | May 4, 2014 5:39:32 PM


  4. I'd like to think the audience of the GLAAD awards wouldn't need a karaoke screen to sing along to CGYOOMH!

    Posted by: JMC | May 4, 2014 6:55:35 PM


  5. Really beautiful and loverly...

    Posted by: Patrick | May 4, 2014 7:07:12 PM


  6. Bitterness is never "over." Were you in attendance Mr. President and Founder?

    Posted by: GB | May 4, 2014 7:32:54 PM


  7. Her boyfriend is Andres Segura Velancosa, one of the hottest male models out there. He is from Spain, a former soccer player, and tops on the business.

    Posted by: Randy | May 4, 2014 11:19:18 PM


  8. Hey ROWAN, figure it out for yourself.

    Posted by: marc | May 4, 2014 11:41:32 PM


  9. Kylie has had some great, catchy, heavily-produced songs throughout her career. However, she is not a good live singer. Her voice is weak.

    Posted by: petey | May 4, 2014 11:52:50 PM


  10. no, no, no….flop, flop, flop...

    Posted by: don't a tell la | May 5, 2014 2:16:31 AM


  11. "Longtime ally??!! Could you guys for ONCE just tell us what these Diva's have actually done??"

    Well, for Kylie specifically, she was one of the first commercial, big, pop singers to perform in gay venues. Back in the 80s and early 90s, "gay" wasn't a target audience. It was incredibly taboo and something that mainstream culture felt uneasy about. For someone who was a) a teen star and b) a pop-culture/ mainstream sweetheart (especially back then) to openly say "I have no problem with gay people" was a bold move.

    Posted by: Josh | May 5, 2014 2:38:01 AM


  12. Josh, wouldn't it be better if actual gay men made it big in the music charts? Why are gay men in general giving support to female singers rather than openly gay male singers?

    Posted by: petey | May 5, 2014 2:56:00 AM


  13. Do you really need an explanation for this Petey?

    Most people like mainstream things - gays are no different. So they like mainstream sounds. Statistically, there are very few 'big' gay males singers... but funnily enough, the gays support THOSE singers too. Hello Adam Lambert/Jake Shears etc?

    If you want to go deeper as to why we 'give support' to female singers, first ask yourself "why do I care?" There's nothing wrong with gay men enjoying the music of the likes of Kylie or Madonna.

    THEN stop and think... There are plenty of reasons for gays to like them... They're over the top, brash, sexy, colourful, glittery, something that fits many a gay man.
    Add to that their subject matter - sex, overcoming all obstacles. Being 'fierce'.

    Add to THAT the real life personal struggles of these artists that could easily be linked to those of young gay teens and men in a disco-disco world.

    What a perfect combination.

    Posted by: Sam | May 5, 2014 7:17:30 AM


  14. Do you really need an explanation for this Petey?

    Most people like mainstream things - gays are no different. So they like mainstream sounds. Statistically, there are very few 'big' gay males singers... but funnily enough, the gays support THOSE singers too. Hello Adam Lambert/Jake Shears etc?

    If you want to go deeper as to why we 'give support' to female singers, first ask yourself "why do I care?" There's nothing wrong with gay men enjoying the music of the likes of Kylie or Madonna.

    THEN stop and think... There are plenty of reasons for gays to like them... They're over the top, brash, sexy, colourful, glittery, something that fits many a gay man.
    Add to that their subject matter - sex, overcoming all obstacles. Being 'fierce'.

    Add to THAT the real life personal struggles of these artists that could easily be linked to those of young gay teens and men in a disco-disco world.

    What a perfect combination.

    Posted by: Sam | May 5, 2014 7:17:31 AM


  15. Randy, sadly they have broken up quite a while ago.
    Ugh, there goes our chance to marry Kylie off!:-(
    Oh, well, it should only mean that there's more of Kylie just for us! LoL

    Posted by: iban4yesu | May 5, 2014 11:19:07 AM


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