Tuesday, July 21, 2009

David Paisley is gay

Scottish Actor

Born 2 February 1979
David has had relatively little exposure in relation to how renowned he is in the gay community. His only TV parts have been on Holby City, the relatively unknown Tinsel Town and a bit part on the quirky T4 drama As If. He was featured in an interview with American magazine XY, despite the fact that none of these were shown in the States. A mainstay of the Top 10 of QA's predecessor GSO, and one-time Sexiest Man in Britain according to the readers of the Gay Times, David's been heard from very little recently, other than a part in a film adaptation of While England Sleeps.

George Michael is gay

British Musician

Born 25 June 1963
In a career spanning over 20 years, Michael has had six US number 1's, eleven British number 1's, and has sold more than 67 million records worldwide. He started off as one member of the duo Wham! in the early eighties, and went on to play some of the biggest concerts in history, including Live Aid and The Freddie Mercury Tribute. Michael didn't come out as much as he was 'outed' after being arrested for lewd conduct in an LA public toilet. You've gotta give him respect though, as he then mocked the whole incident in his later music video, Outside. In addition, he talked openly about it, and many other things in an infamous interview with Parkinson. He still has a "fantastic relationship" with his partner, Kenny Goss. Lately, he has been involved in a number of drug-related scandals, but his career goes strong, having just been the first ever performer at the new London Wembley Stadium.