And Noel is more than happy with how he is perceived...
A website celebrating the status of HEAR’SAY’s NOEL SULLIVAN as a gay icon has surfaced.
The site, at www.queersay.freeserve.co.uk, promises to keep track of Noel’s coverage in the popular press, which has thus far been peppered with innuendo regarding Noel’s sexuality, and offers users the opportunity to horribly disfigure the face of ‘Popstars’ reject Darius Danesh.
Lyrics to Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ are included with the comment “What a lovely song this is. Perhaps one day Noel will sing it to his mother”, and ‘Popstars’ judge Nigel Lythgoe is represented by lookalike TV personality Larry Grayson.
As previously reported on NME.COM, Noel is happy with his new-found status as a gay icon. When we asked him about it, he replied: “Wow! Am I? That’s great – is it cos I keep getting calls from my mum? Hahaa! That’s cool.”
Bandmate Myleene Klass continued: “The more the merrier, really. It doesn’t matter who fans are, as long as they like him for the person he is. How can it be a bad thing?”
Hear’say are due to play their first ever live concert at the London Astoria’s G.A.Y. night on March 10.