calibro saidactually, i think you're misinterpreting what she said. he clearly has come out as bisexual, and he was singing a song originally performed by a woman for a man. she simply was saying there was no need to reverse the gender pronouns. if anything, she was advocating he be honest with his sexuality on the show... regardless of how untactful it may have come across.
Yeah, but it's kinda rude to bring up someone's sexuality unsolicited on a nationally broadcast program.
Furthermore, he is still being true to his sexuality by changing the pronouns.
I'm sorry I disagree, if he had already made a point about his sexuality on stage, and I don't see the relevance of why he would of done that anyway. Then he had already opened the door for comment of the topic at hand. Now if it was commion knowledge behind stage, and not on, and then some-one was to touch on the topic of his sexuality, then he has been outed and the comment could be seen as out of place. But If I was on stage and was clear I'm a fag, a pure homosexual, it would not be wrong for a judge to asked to I have a boyfriend or husband; now would it.
But did not an American judge on American Idol out that twink, last year?
But gees with so many gays and lesbians still feel a need to shove their sexuality down peoples throtes buy being way out there and having big coming out parties. How can homosexuals and lesbians expect homosexuality to be put in the hall of fame of political correctness, where no-one ca comment on it. It's way to late to try to put the Genni back in the bottle. If some-one is out and open about their sexuality, it's not wrong for another to comment on it.