Sam Smith

The Grammy winner said changing their pronouns felt like “coming home,” but they experienced an “exhausting” level of anti-LGBTQ hate along the way.
The “Unholy” singer hasn’t had the best luck with dating sites.
The steamy track is the first No. 1 single performed by a nonbinary artist and an openly transgender artist in the U.S.
"I’m going to have to get it craned into my house," the Grammy winner told Kelly Clarkson of the unusual present, which they first assumed "was a joke."
"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.