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After years of speculation, Brendon Urie is coming out as BU: Like every song on this record, the song is very autobiographical. Just very honest and very confessional about exactly how I feel. The biggest summarization of the whole song in general is in the lyric "Love is not a choice," which I completely believe.
I'm proud of who I am and I'm gonna act accordingly.
It's really kind of loosely based on the majority of relationships I've been in, even now with my wife. Yeah, she's attracted to girls, and I think some men are extremely attractive and I don't wanna hide it. I have no shame in it. I like being able to shed some light on that. It's nice to be able to open up like that.
GC: You basically answered my next question: Was this song inspired by a relationship with a bisexual woman? BU: Laughs It was! I've been in these scenarios and I just find that attractive. Maybe not just the bisexuality, but the openness and the honesty that one can accomplish by just knowing, "This is me, this is who I am. BU: I mean, that's a bold statement, but I'd be honored to call it a bisexual anthem -- that's kind of awesome.
I feel like bisexuality needs to be celebrated, because a lot of times I feel like people are ashamed and they hide it and they might be a little scared to open up about it. Being able to do that is a big step for me.
GC: Gay rumors about you have been circulating since the beginning of your career. And last year you tweeted, "Everyone's a little gay. BU: Oh yeah, definitely. It's natural.
I find myself being attracted to dudes all the time. I'm like, "Wow, that's a beautiful man. To stifle that would probably bring on stress and probably make somebody homophobic. But I have, in the past, experimented in other realms of homosexuality and bisexuality. Overall I'm more attracted to women. Like with my wife, I'm just so insanely in love and attracted to my wife that I go, "Well, OK, my love of musicals can't trump that I love pussy.
At that point I was just more mesmerized by how bold it was. I was like, "This guy is so confident that he has no problem being naked. It got real close to seeing his junk.
Something about it was so open and so just naked He's really opening himself up to be that comfortable in front of the camera. This song was such a vulnerable song that I felt it just made sense to do something like that. BU: Oh yeah. Right now I'm naked. I'm naked all the time. If I'm home, I'm naked. GC: How aware are you that both women and men are swooning over this video?
Are you getting salacious tweets? How does your wife feel about all this? BU: Laughs I've gotten a couple. My wife was on set, actually. She was helping to oil me up!
My wife is the coolest. She's so down to let me do whatever crazy thing pops in my Naked brendon urie. It's kind of amazing. But I've gotten tweets from fans, and it's flattering. They're like, "Your video is so hot. I'm not built.
I'm not some supermodel dude. I'm just a normal dude. And I feel it's flattering in a way, and also surprising -- you think it's sexy? I was just spoofing a video that I really love, but it's nice to get some good feedback. GC: You guys are known for putting on a pretty gay show.
It's been about 10 years since you referred to your former bandmate Ryan Ross as your lover and chased him across the stage, trying to kiss him. What's gay about the latest show? BU: We have this thing we call "stage gay" where I become a different person on stage.
I think I can say the same for the rest of the band: We become just a character, a different person on stage, and you treat every situation accordingly. So you get close to somebody on stage and there's sexual tension and you're all of a sudden this cocky person running around on stage. I like to bring that person to the character I play on stage.
It's also just very flamboyant. Our costumes are pretty amazing. Some very flamboyant shiny, sparkly clothing. I have a pinkish, rose-gold jacket that's my favorite thing ever. I gotta gay it up a bit.
BU: I miss the makeup, actually. I've been looking at ideas in the past couple of months to not replicate what we've done in the past but to do something new and different, because I do miss wearing the makeup. GC: You've always prided yourself on being pretty odd. What do you find so weird about yourself? BU: I always roll paper, which is a weird thing. I mean, I can roll a really good t My wife is impressed by it. She's like, "Wow, these are perfectly rolled pieces of paper.
Tightly packaged like a toothpick. BU: Let's see what I have here. This might actually surprise me. Gotta have Ace of Base. Oh, and I've got Aqua. Definitely got Aqua. BU: I have a whole folder! I've got Li'l Abner and Cabaret.
I have The Sound of Music! BU: I was spending a good amount of time going to clubs and just watching people dance -- things I really never did in the past -- and going to Vegas, where I grew up, and just spending time at nightclubs. Basically not being the cynical hipster with the beer in the corner and actually ing in and being one of the people that I would've made fun of in the past.
It's liberating in a way. I wanted to make a record like that. I wanted to make a party record. One that got me excited. One that I felt could excite people to get up and dance -- and dance like no one's watching. And to celebrate life. GC: What inspired the nod to Janet Jackson with the "are you nasty? BU: A lot of times my samples are stolen from a place of admiration. With the "Miss Jackson" line, I was watching Janet Jackson's "Nasty" and, when she gets out of that car and says that line, I'm just like, "Ahh, it's so good! I just started Naked brendon urie the best time dancing around, singing that.
BU: Chances are that yes, I was naked. Log In. Remember me next Naked brendon urie. Forgot Your Password. Stay Connected. December More Press Releases. Current Edition. Online Payment. Magazine Policies. Brendon Urie Image by: Fueled by Ramen. GC: Would you call the song a bisexual anthem? GC: How do you label yourself sexually, then? BU: Yeah, sure. It's fun to dabble! GC: Are you as comfortable with being naked as you look in the video? Laughs GC: So you're at home now?
BU: No I'm walking through a grocery store, totally naked. Laughs GC: How aware are you that both women and men are swooning over this video? GC: Thank your wife for me please. BU: Laughs I thank her every day. GC: What about the heavy eye makeup?
When's that making a comeback? BU: Laughs Maybe! I should look into that. GC: What's on your iPod that would surprise people? GC: And show tunes, right? GC: You were naked when this all went down, weren't you?Naked brendon urie
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