Some stars have a huge gay fanbase who are really loyal to them and always turn out to see them, which is why these 5 celebrities have all spoken on how much they love their gay fans who consistently show them support. Jennifer Lopez says that at a recent gay concert she noticed how much more fun everyone was having, while Kelly Rowland feels as though she gets unconditional love from her gay fans who are always there for her. Nick Jonas says his gay fans give him the best gifts and are always the most friendly.
Dolly says she is flattered by her gay fans and she accepts them for who they are: “I have always loved my gay fans.They accept me and I accept them. We get along just fine. I am very proud and honoured when they dress up like me or whatever they want to do!”
Nick and his brothers love their gay fans, especially the good gifts they give: “We love our gay fans. It was definitely cool when we realised that, because the more you can grow your audience, the more people you can impact. They’ve been incredible over the years. My brothers and I totally look forward to meeting them, because they really respond to our style, and it’s cool to see how our influence has impacted what they’re wearing. They also give really good gifts at our meet-and-greets — hats, scarves, and other things. They always have good taste.”
Although Kylie doesn’t understand why she is so popular with gay people, she loves all of her fans and points out that they are always loyal: “I don’t exactly know why but it was (like that) from the very beginning. I can be quite camp from time to time. They’re loyal – loyal as can be – so thanks guys!”
Kelly says she always feels loved by her gay fans: “My gay fans are the reason I’m here, you know what I mean. For me, the gay community provides so much strength and I really say this with from the heart. There is so much unconditional love, and I appreciate that it has been so amazing. When I went to G-A-Y I was so overwhelmed with the love that I almost teared up.”
Speaking to a gay magazine, Jennifer says that her recent gay audience knew how to party: “It’s the best audience ever. You guys enjoy the music, you get into it, and you’re not afraid to let go and express yourself. That’s what I want from an audience. I recently did a show where the crowd was just standing there, staring at me with their camera phones up, YouTubing me or whatever the heck they do now. I was like, ‘This is crazy! I need vibe!’ I’d so much rather have you guys jumping up and down, waving your arms in the air.”