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Thursday 10 February 2011

Lady Gaga To Release New Single TOMORROW!

So, little Monsters, who's the biggest gay icon of today?

Whether you love her or loathe her, it's clearly Lady Gaga.

With a serious, political side to her which advocates gay rights to the extreme, Gaga releases music and is seen wearing crazy outfits like there's no tomorrow.

It seems there is no end to her gay advocating related events, but tomorrow, she releases her brand new single, 'Born This Way', which has lyrics that celebrate the LGBT lifestyle, along with our straight allies who were simply born the way they were.

Gaga's new single is sure to become a gay anthem, as no other song - not even one of Elton John fame - celebrates the LGBT society as much as this one is anticipated to. And from the previously released lyrics, it is definitely one to watch.

Look out for the new single tomorrow (11th February) and let me know what you think!

Britanna... On or Off?


As you may or may not know, there's a constant lesbian 'ship', as tumblr addicts call it, within teen comedy/musical TV show Glee.

Yep, if you're a 'Gleek', you'll know of this non-lesbian love that's been hinted at since series 1.

With Jane Lynch playing an officially straight character on the show, lesbi-gleeks - and straight people! - everywhere have been routing for Brittany (Heather Morris) & Santana (Naya Rivera) to get together and have been optimistic ever since this infamous quote:
Santana : Sex is not dating.
Brittany : If it were, Santana and I would be dating.
And, although this is probably old news by now, for you late coming lesbians: BRITANNA ARE ON!

But how do we know that this is not just some rumour? The show's producer, Brad Falchuck, tweeted this earlier on in February:

Who's Gwyneth? I'm pretty sure all of you who don't follow the show are asking. Well none other than Gwyneth Paltrow, of course!

Stay tuned for more info and possibly an opinion or two on how the producers and writers handle the teen romance. With them doing such a good job with Kurt (Chris Colfer) on the show, we assume that Glee will not do the LGBT community an injustice.

So, who's excited?!