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Sounds of Pride: Frenchie Davis’ “Love’s Got A Hold On Me”

By Randy Slovacek

Writer/Editor of the Award winning LGBT blog, “The Randy Report,” and special guest contributor

The former American Idol competitor came out as bisexual after she left the reality TV talent competition and dropped this awesome dance track. She left the show after word got out she had done lingerie modeling. Frenchie moved on to join the Broadway cast of the hit show RENT and played the role of Effie White in Dreamgirls, leading to four wonderful years on Broadway, eventually becoming a Grammy nominated artist for her involvement in the revival of Ain’t Misbehavin.

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Recently, the singing starlet joined Team Christina on NBC’s hit show The Voice, becoming one of the Top Four Finalists. Her cover of “When Love Takes Over” landed at #3 on the iTunes Dance Chart, launching her undeniable talent into the national spotlight yet again. She teamed up with international singer/songwriter Janice Robinson (Ashley Tisdale, Deborah Cox) to record her first smash single “Love’s Got A Hold of Me,” produced by rising star Marco Borrero.


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Previous posts from theOUTfront series “Sounds of Pride –The Music of Community, Love, and Equality”

Freddie Mercury & Queen “I Want to Break Free” 

Billy Porter’s defiant “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair” 

When “Love is in the Air,” Tea Dance Classics make a “Perfect Day” 

“We Are Family,” our “Family” Anthem

Kim English and “Unspeakable Joy”

Celebrating 25 years of RuPaul’s “Supermodel”


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