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My wish is for gay to become less of a label, and more of just one of many great colors in the collective box of humanity.
I try to go throughout my daily life just as if nothing has changed, but you don't have much anonymity anymore, which feels really good. People come up, and say hi and they enjoy your work.
I'm trying to convey to my audience that you really can't judge a book by its cover, and there's more to the universe than you can see with your eyes.
I've been kind of toying around with the bi thing in my head. I wouldn't ever give myself the label 'bisexual', but bi-curious? Yea.
Female performers have been doing this for years - pushing the envelope about sexuality - and the minute a man does it, everybody freaks out.
There are female artists I can look at that I find more in common with than the male artists, because they're blending the pop, dance and theatricality… but currently there aren't a lot of guys who go there.
There was a lot of me trying to be a 'fixer.' I was that kind of guy. I'd meet someone who had 'so much potential' that needed 'help.' I think that was kind of my curse for a long time.
My M.O. is just do what you do and don't feel like you have to make apologies for it. I'm sure there will come a point when I have to apologize for something, but not yet.
You can't plan everything - if I did a performance exactly how I rehearsed it, it would be so boring.
The kids that are different and out there and expressive and are bold with those choices, those are the people that grow up to be people we all want to hang out with, that become celebrities or become really successful in what they do because they believe
I've been known to make out with girls from time to time. Couple drinks involved, you know. It's fun. And who knows? Maybe it'll go further someday. I don't know.
I have crushes on women all the time. I don't have intimate relationships with them, but I find women beautiful.
I knew that it was my only shot to be taken seriously in the recording industry, because it's fast and broad.
I think theatricality is just one way of performing. I don't think it's a better way or the way, but it's my way.
The biggest risk I've ever taken is going on American Idol and trying to be myself. I wasn't going to try too hard to conform, and I knew that it could possibly not work out.
There's a certain level of pageantry with 'Idol,' and in order to work the show, you kind of have to feed into it.
So pretty much, to sum it up, if you can freak someone out and bring that kind of emotion out of somebody with a song, you're doing something right.
When I was kid, I remember playing 'Vogue' by Madonna over and over and over again. And ah, you know, something about the beat was really cool, and Madonna, visually, was on TV all the time and I thought she was just so beautiful.
I think Lady Gaga is great and is changing pop music and bringing back a certain rock 'n' roll spirit, swagger to the game.
Those shows I did with Queen were pretty surreal. I was really excited and super-flattered, but intimidated at the same time.
A lot of my male vocal influences are British - people like David Bowie, Freddie Mercury and Robert Plant.
After my tour I had time to stay at home, be with my boyfriend and hang out with friends and that brought me down to earth and helped me write music from a more relaxed place.
I think, for the majority of my twenties, I was always so concerned with what I didn't have, or what I still wanted.
Nowadays in pop, there's not a lot of men that are singing big and loud and high - it's not as common as it once was.
For me, one of the important things about keeping vocally healthy is warming up and making sure I'm aware where my voice is at, drinking lots of water and getting plenty of sleep, and just taking care of myself with exercise and eating healthy.
I think the difficult thing is the transition between TV competition series and going into the actual music industry. There still seems to be a slight disconnect there.
I would love to do a live show with dancers and fashion and scenic elements - definitely bring my love of the theater to a concert-style performance.
In middle school, I really didn't have music, but in high school, I remember taking a lot of choir and drama.
People want to talk about whether I have rock cred, whether I'm selling out, the theatricality, the gay stuff… Chill out! And just enjoy yourself.
I listen to crazy, robust rock music where they sing their faces off, and soul music, which can be similar.
Pop is a little bit theatrical. That's the whole vibe. That's the point - is that it's great music, great melodies, great hooks. But, on top of it, it's a presentation. There's a showmanship about it. And that's why I wanted