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Watch Lots Holloway’s new music video for Lose Myself

Lots Holloway has premiered the music video for their new music video Lose Myself. The singer-songwriter is embroiled in a love affair in the new visual, with Canadian actress Michelle Doiron serving as her co-star. “It’s about being in a relationship but always arguing like crazy, throwing insults and fighting, but ultimately, no matter how insane it gets, you’d both rather lose your minds than lose each other,” Lots told us of the video. “Likewise, the video seems as though we oscillate between crazy and passionate, but we chose to...
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Pennsylvania mayor under fire for cancelling Pride flag-raising at City Hall

A Democratic mayor in the United States is facing backlash after refusing to fly a Pride flag. Wally Scott, mayor of Reading, Pennsylvania, cancelled the flying of the Pride flag outside City Hall just minutes before it was set to go ahead on Monday 15 July, according to CNN. It was meant to kick off a week of Pride celebrations in the city. He defended the controversial decision by saying that although he doesn’t have anything against the LGBTQ community, he believes raising the Pride flag would be a “political...
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Queer Bee’s creators on their groundbreaking LGBTQ streaming service

“Our collections are designed by themes that affect us all.” Earlier this month, award-winning documentary filmmakers Jac Nunns and Angie West launched their LGBTQ-only streaming service for short films, dedicated to entertain and educate viewers on the richness of queer culture. Queer Bee’s aim is to showcase LGBTQ stories that would otherwise go underrepresented. Yes, we’ve been treated to Oscar nominated dramas over the past decade such as Call Me By Your Name, Moonlight and Carol, but there’s still a significant lack of mainstream movies that represent the entire community....
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Premiere: Watch Gregory Dillon’s nostalgic visual for Where We’re Going

“I wrote this song to remind myself that the best moments are in the present.” Gregory Dillon has unveiled the music video for his nostalgic, 80s-inspired romantic banger, Where We’re Going. The stunning clip is interspersed with scenes of the rising retro pop star at a pop-up carnival (which he says happened by accident) and on a rooftop with his love interest as they watch the sunset. “We came across a pop-up carnival and immediately took it as a sign from the universe that we should commit to these beautiful...
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Tituss Burgess puts Trump on blast in powerful political anthem 45

Tituss Burgess is putting Trump under the lens on his political new single 45. The track, a collaboration with actor and rapper Daniel J. Watts, is a powerful rally cry for Americans to take a stand against President Donald Trump, who has proven unfit to protect the rights of LGBTQ people, women and ethnic minorities. “Oh 45, a real nose dive for American lives, because he’s not really sure, I’m so transfixed, he’s dumb as bricks,” Tituss sings on the track, where he begs the listener to “wake from your...
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Netflix threatens to sue ‘Straight Pride’ for listing them as a “corporate sponsor”

“Our legal department is here, it’s queer, and it’s telling you to steer clear.” Netflix have threatened to sue the organisers of ‘Straight Pride’, Super Happy America, after they listed the streaming platform as a “prospective corporate sponsor” for their upcoming anti-LGBTQ event. In Netflix’s email, they wrote, “You should know that we’re unafraid of bullies. Our legal department is here, it’s queer, and it’s telling you to steer clear,” and said the event is “about hate – not pride”. They ordered Super Happy Fun America to “immediately” remove the...
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Patti LuPone faces backlash after telling US senator to “come out”

Patti LuPone has been slammed over a comment she made towards Lindsey Graham. The Tony and Grammy-winning actress called the United States senator a “disgrace” over Twitter for failing to acknowledge President Donald Tr*mp as a racist for his barbaric treatment of undocumented immigrants. “On a personal note, why don’t you just bite the bullet and come out,” she wrote. “You might just come to your senses.” LuPone’s “tone-deaf” homophobic remark was met with widespread backlash – and shock – from Twitter users because of the star’s longstanding affiliation with...
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You need to eat in these London hotspots this summer

Mama’s gotta eat. You might be asking yourself (or Instagram), ‘Where’s hot on the food scene at the moment?’ Well hun, we’ve got you covered. Here’s six of London’s newest restaurants and bars for 2019 that you simply have to try. ________ GLORIA TRATTORIA, SHOREDITCH The Big Mamma restaurant group just opened their first London location, Gloria’s. Located on Eastern Street, Shoreditch, the likelihood of you already having seen this place on your Instagram feed is high. Their interiors are as grand as the exterior, with layers upon layers of...
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Sam Smith vogues in video for dance-pop single How Do You Sleep?

Sam Smith is back with a banger. After introducing fans to a brand new sound with Normani-featuring Dancing With A Stranger in January, the British singer-songwriter is continuing to shed his balladeer image on new single How Do You Sleep? The emotive track was crafted by Sam alongside hitmakers Max Martin, Savan Kotecha and ILYA – so it’s no surprise that it’s the kind of song that’ll be stuck in your head for weeks, and even has a dance break. “This year, both personally and musically, I feel so free....
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Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, Judi Dench and more star in first trailer for Cats

The first official trailer for the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical has arrived. Directed by Tom Hooper – who also helmed Oscar winning musical drama Les Misérables – Cats follows a tribe of felines called the Jellicles who must decide which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and be reborn into a new life. The film features an ensemble cast, including stars such as: Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, James Corden, Rebel Wilson, Jason Derulo, Ray Winstone, Idris Elba, Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Robert Fairchild and Laurie...
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