"If I was bald I would still own it, too because bald is beautiful," the singer said.
Director Jake Wilson used his collection of vintage toys to pay homage to Smith and Lovato's new dance-pop hit from his Los Angeles apartment.
"Everything I’ve read completely pointed to that," the singer-songwriter said, adding that their sister showed similar symptoms.
The singer told fans to still expect the album sometime later this year.
Lil Nas X, Lilly Singh, Sam Smith and more were powerful reminders of the significance of queer representation in the final year of the decade.
The four-time Grammy winner cited the 1977 classic's legacy as an LGBTQ anthem in explaining their decision to record the song.
Speaking at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards, the four-time Grammy winner pledged to live "as loudly and queerly as humanly possible."
The gay "American Idol" veteran sees "some parallels" between his journey and that of Smith, who is genderqueer and nonbinary.
The four-time Grammy winner said the move is their next step in living authentically as a genderqueer and nonbinary person.
The singer channeled researcher Brené Brown's mantra and told fans in a Twitter thread: "That mess in your mind is not a mess. It is who you are."