Today In Music ...Sorta Gay

Rumor has it, homosexuals are everywhere. Apparently they look just like you and me and walk amongst us. Take a look at the proof of this debauchery as we go over "Today In Music" for August 14th.

1965 - Sonny & Cher started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with "I Got You Babe." Everyone knows gay men love Cher. And that's understandable really, she's an easy target for drag queens.

1985 - Michael Jackson outbid Yoko Ono and Paul McCartney to secure the ATV Music Publishing catalog. At 47.5million million he gained the rights to more than 250 songs written by Lennon and McCartney. This is a sad day in history. Nobody should own Beatles songs but the Beatles. Who even owns 'em now, McDonalds?

1993 - Freddie Mercury had his first solo UK No.1 single with "Living On My Own."

2005 - Babyshambles front man Pete Doherty was forced to endure an all-body strip search at Gardermoen Airport in Norway after being held by customs officers for three hours while they ensured he was carrying no drugs. Man why won't Pete Doherty just fall off the face of the Earth?

2006 - Boy George was seen sweeping streets in New York as part of a five-day community service sentence. The former Culture Club front man was moved into a fenced-off area after only 30 minutes because he was mobbed by the media.

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