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Jeremy Jordan

‘Newsies’ Jeremy Jordan Talks ‘Supergirl’ Character Winn Schott Being Gay >>

Jeremy Jordan is known to many musical theater fans for his roles in plays like 'Finding Neverland,' 'West Side Story,' 'Newsies' and 'Bonnie & Clyde.' He is also known to many comic fans as Winn Schott on CBS’ 'Supergirl,' which also features 'She Loves Me' star Laura Benanti. Recently, Jordan opened up about the possibility of character in 'Supergirl' being gay.

Joel Grey

Joel Grey Talks Hiding Gay Identity from Ex-Wife Jo Wilder >>

Last year Joel Grey evealed to the world that he was gay. The 83 year old actor managed to keep the secret from everyone except for those closest to him such as children. Now, Grey is opening up about why he felt he needed to be a father and how his ex-wife Jo Wilder was not able to see through Mr Cellophane.

Joel Grey

Joel Grey Opens About Why He Stayed in the Closet Till He Was 82 >>

Last year acclaimed Broadway actor Joel Grey ('Cabaret,' 'Wicked') came out of the closet as a gay man at the age of 82. Now, Grey is opening up about why he waited so long to share this news with the world.


ABC ‘Galavant’ Season 2 Alternate Ending Revealed >>

ABC’s underloved musical series 'Galavant'slayed the cancellation bear and earned a second season. Now, fans are hoping beyond all hope that the series will make it past the bear one more time. The series starring Joshua Sasse, Timothy Osmond, Karen David, Vincent Jones, Mallory Jansen & Luke Youngblood became earned a cult following for its Mel Brooks-esque comedy and its amazing music from Disney and Broadway icon Alan Menken. Even if we do not get a third season, there still are few more bits of funny for us all to see. Recently, the official Facebook page for the show posted an “alternate ending featuring a gay wedding scenec between Galavant & Sid.

Soprano Tamar Iveri Plans Benefit Concert for LGBT People to Apologize for Homophobic Letter

Soprano Tamar Iveri Plans Benefit Concert for LGBT People to Apologize for Homophobic Letter >>

Georgian Soprano Tamar Iveri announced yesterday that she is planning a benefit concert in Tbilisi, Georgia dedicated to gays, lesbians and other sexual minorities. Iveri said that the concert is a way to apologize once more to LGBT people for a letter expressing homophobic sentiments that was posted to her Facebook page last year.

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