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Writer/Editor of the Award winning LGBT blog, “The Randy Report” and special guest contributor
How could we go through Pride Month celebrating the “Sounds of Pride” without noting our favorite girl from ‘down under’ – the awesome Olivia Newton-John?
Not only has the Australian pop star sold more than 100 million albums, she’s been a stalwart LGBT ally the entire time. Livvy was one of the very first Aussie stars to call for marriage equality, and she’s performed at numerous Pride events in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago and Sydney.
Roller-skating, dancers, and special effects plus her gorgeous vocals took the song to #1 when the film was released.
Olivia has been associated with “I Honestly Love You” since early in her career. It’s her go-to song for closing her concerts, and for good reason. Not only is it a well-written song, but the lyrics are totes poignant. What many folks don’t know is the song was penned by fellow Aussie, Peter Allen. Now, knowing that the song was written by a gay man, take a listen to these lyrics. It might reveal a whole different life of the song for you.
And finally, how could we not love the woman who gave us gym guys getting all sweaty back in 1981? She knew what the gays liked 😉
If you haven’t seen in a while, make sure you get to the final seconds of the video. By the way, did you know Olivia won her 4th Grammy Award for ‘Physical’s’ music video?
Happy Pride everyone! Thanks to Larry for letting me play in theOUTfront’s sandbox. I’ve loved seeing all these great “Sounds of Pride” posts! – R.S.
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