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Falling In Love With A Man Never Crossed My Mind

(GayWebSource.com - Gay News & Press Network) - Posted by Jake Simpson - TheGayUK.com

This isn’t the first time we have heard someone say this (nor will it be the last either) but on this occasion it’s like a bolt out of the blue.

The words are spoken by Clint who is a contestant on ABC TV’s hit reality show ‘The Bachelorette’ and who was meant to persuade Kaitlyn to fall in love with him. The object of his affection however is fellow contestant J.J. of whom Clint said ‘It’s absolutely insane. I never thought that I’d meet somebody like that’.

Even more provocatively he revealed:"‘we’ve grown very close in the shower".

If American audiences do get to see some hot man-on-man action on next week’s show with the man who has been dubbed the Brokeback Bachelor, we will be the first to tell you all about it. Watch this space

@rogerwalkerdack

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THEATRE REVIEW: McQueen

(GayWebSource.com - Gay News & Press Network) - Posted by Jake Simpson - TheGayUK.com

Fashion Designer Alexander McQueen committed suicide in February, 2010 at the age of 39. But his work and memory lives on, including in a new play simply called McQueen.

★★★

Stephen Wright plays (and looks just like) McQueen, who was one of the most celebrated UK fashion designers of our time. McQueen, though very successful, had a troubled life; drugs, depression, the suicide of his friend and muse Isabella Blow, who practically helped McQueen become the success that he was, and the death of his mother are some of the factors that probably led him to take his own life in his Central London flat on Feb. 11, 2010.

McQueen is written not as a play about his life but more about the journey McQueen took to build his career. The journey is brought on by fictional character Dahlia (Dianna Agron) - the idea taken from McQueen's 2008 collection 'The Girl Who Lived in the Tree.' She's basically a stalker who breaks into McQueen's flat. He's startled at first, but her childlike personality and beautiful looks and curvy body appeal to McQueen in a visual sense.

So McQueen and Dahlia travel through a few important milestones in McQueen's life; the tailor shop where McQueen got his start and where, on the spot, he makes a dress for Dahlia. They go to his mother's home, where she is upstairs in bed, sick. And McQueen gets to be reunited with the ghost that is Blow (a smashing Tracy-Ann Oberman), the woman who bought up all of McQueen's first collection but who still wants to know why he didn't take her with him to the top, and why did he leave her behind when it was she who made him what he was. In between these pit stops we are visually treated to very slow moving dancers who change the set and morph with, through and in between each other. Visually it's stunning, you don't realize the set is changing because the movements are so mesmerizing. But this doesn't make up for the fact that McQueen the play is a bit too thin and doesn't provide the theatregoer with a true celebration and story of McQueen's life.

Wright is amazing as McQueen. In fact he looks exactly like McQueen did in his later years. Wright captures all of his mannerisms and idiosyncrasies, including the scene where he instantaneously creates a dress for Dahlia. It's an excellent performance. Agron as Dahlia is given lots of soliloquy dialogue to recite - is she talking to McQueen, the audience, or to herself? And yes, she does recite, likes she's reading from a teleprompter. Hers is not a great performance as she's with the amazing Wright during the whole show. But Oberman practically steals the show from Wright in her all-too brief turn as Bow. It's a showstopping performance, with Oberman dressed in a sexy negligee. Playwright James Phillips and Director John Caird have produced a play that is weak in biography but beautiful in its presentation, but we're still left wanting to know more about McQueen and his life and his fashions. We will have to do with the V&A Museum's Savage Beauty exhibition as well as the highly-acclaimed book about McQueen; Alexander McQueen: Blood Beneath the Skin, by Andrew Wilson, as well as Gods and Kings: The Rise and Fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano, by Dana Thomas.

McQueen is playing at the St. James Theatre until June 27th:

http://www.stjamestheatre.co.uk/theatre/mcqueen

by Tim Baros

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GAY MARRIAGE: Greenland Says Yes, Germany Says Not Yet.

(GayWebSource.com - Gay News & Press Network) - Posted by Jake Simpson - TheGayUK.com

Following hot on the heels of Ireland’s historic Referendum, Greenland yesterday became the latest country to legalise same-sex marriage.

(C) Wickman-Young

SAME LOVE: Same sex couples will now be able to get married in Greenland.

In an unanimous vote in its Parliament Greenland, which is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, extended marriage and adoption rights to LGBT couples. This arctic wonderland with a population of only 57,000 became the 20th country in the world where same-sex marriage is now legal.

However despite the fact that recent polls have shown that 75% of the German population is in favour of same sex marriage, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday quashed all rumours that they may be next saying that they were not a goal of her government. Her spokesman Steffen Seiber added somewhat tersely "In Germany we'll take a path that suits Germany."

@RogerWalkerDack

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Naked Dancing Gets Aaron Booted From Big Brother House

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We revealed earlier that Aaron Frew has been removed for inappropriate behaviour, it turns out that he was flashing which upset Joel.

According to a statement from the Big Brother producers, Housemate Aaron Frew, 24 from Northampton was in the bedroom with Joel, Nick, Jack, Harriet, Sarah and Danny.

The statement reads:

"Aaron seems drunk and is flashing Joel and being rowdy, often naked.

Despite Joel's continual requests for him to behave himself, Aaron continues to tease and flash to the amusement of some of the other Housemates.

As a result of his actions, Aaron is ejected from the Big Brother House."

Earlier in the series, Joel did admit feelings for Aaron, saying that he could make out with Aaron. However Joel, 19, has maintained that he is "proudly heterosexual."

EMOTIONAL ENDING: Aaron is told by Big Brother that his being evicted.

The model and personal shopper took to twitter earlier today to thank Big Brother for his time in the house.

Aaron managed to stay in the house for 16 days. Watch his eviction in tonight's episode at 10PM

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