Troye Sivan talks ‘Boy Erased,’ drops Queen cover for AIDS charity

Troye Sivan talks ‘Boy Erased,’ drops Queen cover for AIDS charity

Troye Sivan is very seen proper now.

Within the new drama “Boy Erased,” which hit theaters Friday, the pop singer performs one of many younger males present process homosexual conversion remedy alongside star Lucas Hedges. Filming the film actually struck a chord with the out artist.

“It actually made me admire simply how fortunate I’m, and sort of put a brand new hearth below my arse to maintain pushing ahead and preserve going,” Sivan, 23, tells The Put up.

The South African-born, Australian-bred Sivan — who additionally has a brand new tune, the Jónsi collaboration “Revelation,” on the “Boy Erased” soundtrack — got here out publicly in a YouTube vlog submit in 2013. However he wasn’t at all times so snug together with his sexual identification.

“Rising up, I simply type of tried to maintain myself as under-the-radar as attainable,” he says of coming to phrases with being homosexual, “till I used to be, like, 15 years previous, after which I got here out [in his personal life].”

Now the “My, My, My” crooner has turn into a task mannequin for LGBTQ youth, which, he says, offers him a sure duty.

“I do really feel that strain generally to only wanna do proper by anyone who type of appears to be like as much as me in any manner,” he says. “However on the similar time, that’s quite a bit to tackle.

“I feel the factor that sort of retains me sane is that I feel there’s nice energy in simply current and nonetheless reaching all your desires, whereas additionally being open about who you’re.”

Additionally on Friday, Sivan dropped a cover of the Queen traditional “Any person to Love.” His goth-tinged tackle the 1976 tune celebrates the discharge of the brand new Queen film “Bohemian Rhapsody” and advantages the Mercury Phoenix Belief, an HIV/AIDS charity arrange in reminiscence of Freddie Mercury, who died from AIDS-related causes in 1991.

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