Country star Ty Herndon has come out as a " proud and happy gay man ," People is reporting. The year-old singer, who is best known for hits like " What Mattered Most " and " It Must Be Love ," also told Entertainment Tonight in a new interview that the biggest lie he ever told himself was "that I couldn't be gay and be in country music. Herndon, who has been married and divorced to women twice, also said that he is currently in "an awesome relationship" with his partner, Matt, and hopes to tie the knot again. He said the couple, who are devout Christians, weren't concerned about how to reconcile their faith with their sexuality: "We get to choose who we love, and that includes God, and He loves us back. Rumors about Herndon's sexuality began to surface in after the singer was arrested for allegedly exposing himself to an undercover police officer.
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A country music star is re-releasing a song updated with male pronouns to honor his identity as a gay man during Pride Month, NPR reports. On the track, Herndon sings lyrics like "If she was sad, I couldn't tell" and "I thought I knew the girl so well. Herndon, who came out as gay in , said the new version is more reflective of his life and personal experiences. He said he used to perform the original song thinking of his mother and father's "great love story," according to NPR.
Country singer Ty Herndon comes out
Country star Ty Herndon has come out as gay — the year-old singer revealed the news in a sit-down interview with People this week, saying, "I'm an out, proud and happy gay man. After many ups and downs throughout his music career — he was arrested on an indecent-exposure charge for allegedly exposing himself to a police officer in the charge was later dropped in a plea bargain and spent time in rehab for drug addiction — Ty is looking to return to the industry and plans on releasing a solo album next year. As for the country music community's growing openness to homosexuality, he is optimistic; Ty admitted that he "welled up in tears" earlier this month when his fellow country singer Kacey Musgraves won a CMA Award for her LGBT-approving hit "Follow Your Arrow," saying, "There's never been a song more affirmative of that in country music, and it's our CMA song of the year," adding, "I felt so proud of my city.
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