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Jimmy Somerville No Longer Feels Contempt For Closeted Gay Artists - Video

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In an interview with The Guardian, Jimmy Somerville says that although he used to hold closeted gay artists in contempt, he now understands “that it’s up to the individual to decide who they are or what they are.”

The singer also talks about his teenage obsession with Donny Osmond and reveals that his falsetto voice did in fact once shatter glass during a sound-check in Newcastle.

Watch Somerville’s haunting 30th anniversary reprise of Bronski Beat classic Smalltown Boy, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Scott Spark Wants to 'Tag Along': MUSIC VIDEO

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Crooner Scott Spark just released a new song/music video entitled "Tag Along." It's a sweet-if-standard story of a failed relationship and love lost with just a dash of a voyeuristic vibe, but the pleasant little tweak is that the music video shows that the lamentation is from one man to another. 

You can listen to Spark sing his song of woe AFTER THE JUMP...

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'Weird Al' Yankovic Covers Lorde's 'Royals' with 'Foil': VIDEO

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Foil: it both protects your food from spoilage and your brain from indoctrination by the Illuminati. Just ask Weird Al Yankovic as he performs his tin-foil hat trick follow-up to the pedantic "Word Crimes" and star-studded "Tacky" with "Foil", a spoof on Lorde's "Royals".

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'Weird Al' Yankovic Skewers Bad Grammar In 'Blurred Lines' Spoof: VIDEO

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If you get infuriated by people who misuse their, there, and they're, you'll love musician "Weird Al" Yankovic's takedown of horrid grammar in his video for "Word Crimes," a hilariously pedantic spoof of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines."

And if you like the video, revisit the video parody of "Blurred Lines" that some Texan women made in response to Texas' restrictive anti-abortion legislation.

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Matt Fishel’s ‘Finally’ Celebrates Gay Love Worldwide: VIDEO

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Out singer/songwriter Matt Fishel’s new cover of CeCe Penniston's “Finally” celebrates international Pride with photos sent in by fans from the U.S., the U.K., France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Ireland, Australia, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Uruguay, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Lithuania, Cuba, Thailand and China

You may remember Matt’s "The First Time" about young lust and nostalgia and “Testament,” which is about repression, tradition, marriage, religion and celebration.

Watch the video for “Finally,” AFTER THE JUMP...

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Kiesza and 'Hideaway' Wow The Late Show: VIDEO

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OXD favorite Kiesza appeared on Letterman Thursday, bringing some no-joke choreography to the Late Show stage.

The Canadian pop singer is best known for her international hit "Hideaway," whose single-take music video has gone viral.

On Letterman, Kiesza brought the video's choreography alive onstage. The often-prickly Letterman seemed genuinely impressed, flashing a big grin when he came onstage at the song's end.

If you're into old school diva anthems, "Hideaway" will probably float your boat — think a 2014 update on 90s house classic "Show Me Love" by Robin S.

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