Hayes, who wed his university sweetheart, Colby Taylor, in 1995 and separated in 1999, has pirouetted around the question of gaydom for a while.
In May, several Australian gay publications pondered the question in interviews with the singer.
Their nuptials were overseen by a small Oscar Wilde doll, as every wedding should be.
Not much is known about Spencer beside the fact that he’s a big music fan (The Cure and Morrisey in particular), but he’s reportedly helped Stephen find happiness again, so one can only suppose that that’s a good thing.
"I struggled tremendously with anxiety and depression related in part to my sexuality and growing up in a time when to be gay felt to me like a death sentence," he writes.
"I was bullied, I was tormented and eventually I convinced myself the person my Mother gave birth to was something to be ashamed of." Speaking of his own marriage, Hayes writes that "being able to marry the person [he loves]" and have his marriage recognised by law "probably saved [his] life".
Miles has worked together with designers, who need no introduction - Alexander Mc Queen, Yohji Yamamoto and Karl Lagerfeld and appeared on the covers of various specialized magazines. Hollywood press wrote that the separation wasn’t rather nice.
This list doesn’t include couples who haven’t been confirmed by one or both of the participants.
Sure, you might who Jussie Smollett is dating, but if he hasn’t made that information public, we’re going to respect their privacy.
The singer indirectly dissed the Howard Government's opposition to same-sex marriage, saying: "I feel lucky to live in an era where my relationship can be considered legally legitimate and I commend the UK Government for embracing this very basic civil liberty." VINTAGE WHINE On the topic of bitching: Why, oh why are whingers not given the credit they deserve?
We are sick to death of people who mock the writing of letters of complaint, a pastime that keeps retirees and newspaper letters pages busy.